This wonderful semi-detached bungalow benefits from lovely views of the hills and countryside, in the pretty village of Poolewe.
Perfect for couples or friends to enjoy, Church House retains much of its charm and character, a homely place to make your own with rural surroundings to keep you company.
Arrive into the vestibule which hosts a storage cupboard, ideal for leaving your belongings behind before wandering inside.
Beyond this, discover the lounge/diner a comfy haven including both a sofa and two armchairs, sitting amidst the traditional furnishings which create somewhere peaceful to return to day after day.
There is even an entrance to the enclosed garden should you wish to stroll into the fresh air and take in the beautiful hillside drifting by in the distance.
The kitchen is tucked to the back of the layout with its collection of appliances, and a pleasant front-facing view brings the location to your doorstep, as you cook up those appetising meals.
There are two bedrooms, a double which benefits from views of the garden, and a twin, both pleasantly designed with bedside tables and fitted storage.
Outdoors, spend an hour or two in the enclosed garden to the rear, also providing a paved seating area.
The village is a pretty place surrounded by spectacular scenery and is home to a shop, small swimming pool and two hotels.
Firemore beach is five miles to the west and north along the coast is Gruinard Bay with its striking sands; a series of attractive beaches lace the bay and a number are easily reached from the main road.
Scenery, mountains, hill-walking, golf, fishing, wildlife cruises and much more, are just the start of a holiday at the magnificent Church House.
About the location
Dingwall 50 miles; Ullapool 50 miles.
The pretty village of Poolewe sits in the shelter of Loch Ewe, at the mouth of the River Ewe where it tumbles down from Loch Maree.
It is a pretty place in an area of spectacular scenery and is home to a well-stocked shop, small swimming pool and two hotels.
The world-renowned Inverewe Garden (National Trust) is half a mile across the bay from the village.
The site was developed by the botanist Osgood Mackenzie from 1862 until his death in 1922.
Warmed by the Gulf Stream, it is home to exotic plants, imported from all over the world – a must for all visitors to the area.
Firemore beach is five miles to the west and north along the coast is Gruinard Bay with its striking sands; a series of attractive beaches skirt the bay and a number are easily reached from the main road.
With spectacular scenery, mountains, excellent hillwalking, golf, fishing, wildlife cruises and much more, this is a great area for a holiday!.