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The Cottage, Lochinver - Sleeps 2

This traditional, detached cottage is conveniently situated on the quiet side of the bay, in an attractive fishing port, within walking distance of the town centre, beautiful waterfront and the ....

This traditional, detached cottage is conveniently situated on the quiet side of the bay, in an attractive fishing port, within walking distance of the town centre, beautiful waterfront and the working harbour where boats unload their catch at the fish market. Freshly decorated and comfortably furnished it is traditional in style, well presented and welcoming. The large enclosed garden has a seating area looking out over the village and a pond (care with young children). Off street parking.

Lochinver sits in a lovely location between the bay and the magnificent mountains of Suilven and Canisp at the heart of Assynt, a stunning area of unspoiled, natural beauty offering excellent walking, climbing, mountain biking, angling and ornithology. Scenic single track roads lead round the coast to Kylesku or Ardmurchan, passing crofting villages and quiet sandy beaches with spectacular views of cliffs, sea and mountains at every turn. In this remote corner of Scotland time stands still making this an ideal choice for a relaxing break to enjoy outdoor life in spectacular surroundings.

1 twin bedroom, lounge with open fire, kitchen/dining room, bathroom with shower over bath, All electric plus open fire. Fridge/freezer, washing machine, microwave, Freesat television, CD player. Bed linen and towels provided.


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Customer Reviews of The Cottage, Lochinver - Sleeps 2


"Cosy idyllic little cottage in a beautiful highland village."

This is an ideal cottage for a couple. Comfortable sized kitchen and cosy if slightly old fashioned sitting room. We would have preferred double bed but understand twin beds may suit other renters. Good sized garden and good outlook over part of village. Central for walks round both sides of village which surrounds river running into sea loch. Good restaurants and pub in village. Ideal location for exploring assynt which is spectacular

- John Stewart Moir, Glasgow
Jul-2012



"Traditional cottage in great location"

Nice, traditional cottage - very comfortable. The location is fantastic - 5 minutes walk from the village centre, including a good pub (the Caberfeidh) and the Lochinver pie shop (highly recommended!) Ideal for anyone wanting a peaceful base to explore the mountains of the North-West. We had a wonderful time there.

- Sandie C, Kemnay, Aberdeenshire
Jul-2012



"Lovely"

We had a great stay thank you. No problems at all with the cottage, set in a fantastic location. Owner is friendly and was very helpful. Two local shops nearby for all needs. I will definiatly like to stay again :)

- Ken Allen, Fareham
Jun-2012

More Property Details

  • Property Reference: SU304
  • HMG Ref: 1109623
  • Property Type: Detached Cottage
  • Number of Bedrooms: 1
  • Sleeps Suit: 2
  • Features: Open Fire, Nearby Pub, Enclosed Garden
  • Facilities: TV, Satellite, Washing Machine, Shower, Microwave
  • Location Features: Rural
  • Sleeps: 2
  • Week rental Starts: Saturday
  • Parking: For 2 Cars
  • Pets: 0
  • Local Pubs

    • The Caberfeidh

      Friendly local pub in centre of the village with good beers and locally sourced food. Good for stop and sunsets at the right time. Popular with locals

    Local Visitors Attractions

    • Clachtoll Beach

      Small sandy beach with headland protecting from the waves that faces west. There is a ranger hut and also some toilet facilities. Great for family paddling and sand castle building.

    Nearby Castle

    • Ardvreck Castle

      Ruined castle that stands on its own promontory overlooking Loch Assynt. Not as old as you might expect but with its wonderful position such a romantic castle...

    Places to Visit

    • Clachtoll Broch

      Spectacular iron age settlement beside sandy beach at Clachtoll that dates to before 150BC. In the process of being stabilised by local archeology groups. You can visit and on a fine weather day with the beach, its a great day out.

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