Self Catering near Inverewe Garden
The Lodge & Cottage at Coille Bheag (2 Miles)*
Ideally placed for walking, fishing, boating, watching wildlife or just relaxing, both properties at COILLE BHEAG command spectacular views of the mountains of the Great Wilderness and the Torridons.
Seaside Croft (3 Miles)*
Seaside Croft is a modernised crofters cottage on the shore of Loch Ewe, it has wonderful views and direct access to the shore and is a great base from which to explore Wester Ross. There are sandy beaches.
Ross House (7 Miles)*
Ross House is a two storey 4 bedroom architect designed contemporary finished upside down house to maximise one of the best and most idyllic uninterrupted views in Scotland. From the balcony you can look right across the Gairloch.
14 Aultgrishan (8 Miles)*
A former traditional croft house with outstanding sea views to Skye and the Outer Hebrides set amid working croft land. The cottage has three bedrooms, a cosy sitting room, with real fire, and a large dining kitchen.
Rona and Raasay (8 Miles)*
In Designated National Scenic Area, the cottages are based in the quiet village of Melvaig, near Gairloch. Overlooking the sea and the islands of Skye, Harris and Lewis.
Glendale House S/C Apartments (10 Miles)*
The little village of South Erradale is in a very picturesque seaside location south west of Gairloch on the single track road which ends at Red Point Beach.
Caladh (15 Miles)*
Torridon is one of the more spectacularly beautiful parts of the west coast. Caladh looks south across Upper Loch Torridon, with open view to the sea and mountains.
Cairn Shiel (16 Miles)*
In Designated National Scenic Area and standing entirely by itself in the Beinn Eighe Nature Reserve, one hour from Inverness and ten minutes from Torridon. Cairn Shiel is a well appointed 4 star rated detached bungalow.
Creag Ruadh (16 Miles)*
Creag Ruadh is a recently fully refurbished, centrally heated,detached two bed-roomed bungalow located next to the petrol filling station within the village of Kinlochewe, amongst some of the most spectacular scenery in the Scottish Highlan
Strath Cottage (17 Miles)*
Built on the waters edge in the 1880s Strath Cottage is a detached cottage located in the fishing village of Ullapool on the west coast of Highland Scotland.
Tigh na Reultan (18 Miles)*
Tigh na Reultan is over a 130 years old and is a traditional stone built cottage, centrally located in a conservation area of the village and only a minutes walk from the seafront and all local amenities.Sleeping 5, plus a cot.
Seagulls (18 Miles)*
Seagulls is a newly available self catering house in the centre of Ullapool but located in one of its most attractive and quietest streets. Ullapool is 56 miles from Inverness with its air and rail connections.
Sabhal Mor Cottage (18 Miles)*
The Cottage (Sleeps 7) Panoramic views over Loch Broom to Beinn Dearg (3,000 ft mountain) from this bungalow set in a superb elevated position. Enjoy walking, picnicking or paddling 50 yards down on the shore.
Bruaich Rainich (19 Miles)*
Bruaich Rainich, the name is Gaelic for Bracken Brae, is a traditional crofters family home. Built from local stone during 1923 by the Grandfather of the current owner. Set in a peaceful hollow beneath the hills in the village of Polbain.
Runie Lodge (20 Miles)*
Runie Lodge was built in 1851 as the local school and schoolhouse. It ceased being a school in 1941 and has since been refurbished, retaining original stone features, oak beams, stairs, floors and opens fires.
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