This stunning contemporary one bedroom retreat offers exceptional accommodation for couples or solo travellers looking for something special and provides a perfect base for exploring the north west Highlands of Scotland. The house is situated just three miles from the picturesque fishing village of Ullapool and offers uninterrupted views towards the Summer Isles from all rooms. Tigh na Mara is only available for weekly bookings from April to October but we do offer shorter stays in winter.
“This is simply an amazing space and will be stunning at any time of the year. The accommodation has everything you could want or need. We chose to spend as much time as possible at Tigh-na-Mara and utilised the well equipped kitchen to cook each night, looking at the spectacular view. We had combinations of wind, rain, sun, sleet, hail and rainbows, all of which we could watch from the cosy comfort of the living room, with the wood burning stove keeping us warm. I would highly recommend this place, the pictures are gorgeous, but don’t come close to the reality of just how lovely it is. We have stayed at many Airbnb’s - this is absolutely one of the best and will exceed your expectations. If you can get booked, just do it...”
An Airidh (Gaelic for 'The Sheiling") is a cosy cottage for two that has recently been lovingly refurbished to a high standard in traditional style. It nestles below the mighty Liathach and the seashore, in the village of Torridon and has wonderful views of the mountains and sea all around. It has a well equipped kitchen and dining area, a comfortable living area and bedroom with an en suite shower room. All are centrally heated and perfect for all seasons.
“A lovely, cosy, very well equipped and extremely comfortable cottage. Home from home. We loved everything about it...the story behind the cottage, the beautiful internal decorations, the amenities and the wonderful views across Loch Torridon. It was definitely rebuilt with love and passion for the surrounding area. Our ideal holiday cottage. Torridon is a place of outstanding natural beauty and is well placed for some very good 'hill walking' and other low level walks. Recommend the walk up to the Triple Buttress. The triple buttress and the clear water of the hill loch is a sight to behold. A short drive to Shieldaig is worth the visit and the a must do is the Bealach na Ba to Applecross and a return journey along the coast road. Nanny's in Shieldaig is good for lunch and cake. Liz Broome's pop-up 'Fish Friday' at the local village hall / gallery was a definite highlight. So glad we made it and the fish curry and prawn tempura was amazing. Good coffee and cake at the Gallery and the village shop. We would recommend Anne and Kev's place to anyone and we hope to go back there again.”
The flat is situated in the rural crofting settlement of Big Sand around 4.5 miles from the village of Gairloch. The flat is a basement flat and is part of our 3 storey family home. It has just been completely refurbished and now has a fully equiped modern kitchen, kingsized bedroom, shower room and spacious living room with an eating area. The flat can be accessed through the owners main door, however guests have the whole lower floor to themselves. Please note there is no view from the flat.
“We had a lovely stay at Lorna's. The flat was very clean and cozy -way bigger than what we expected- with a super comfy bed. It is located near a beautiful beach; the surroundings are quiet and peaceful. Lorna is very kind and helpful, she took the time to show us around and chat a little. We also loved the family's pets -Baxter is such a sweetheart :) Anyway, can't recommend Lorna's place enough; we'll be really pleased to come back next time we visit Scotland!!”