Commanding superb views of Loch Inchard and the mountains beyond, this detached bungalow is the perfect base for those look for an active holiday in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Enveloped by magnificent Highlands scenery, this picturesque cottage makes a wonderful retreat for a small family or a couple looking to explore this secluded part of the Sutherland countryside. Two happy hounds and four humans can enjoy uninterrupted views across the stunning Loch Inchard, before grabbing the lead and setting out on adventures amongst the dramatic mountain peaks and spectacular glens of the North West Highlands Geopark.
With cosy seating, a warming wood burner set in a stone fireplace and TV/DVD, the inviting lounge is perfect for relaxing with the whole pack at the end of an exhilarating day. The stylish kitchen/diner features an attractive dining area, ideal for any meal. Well-equipped with everything you may need during your stay, the kitchen is a pleasure to prepare your favourite meals in and serve a bowl of biscuits to your pups. Two restful bedrooms can be found on the first floor which is reached via cottage-style stairs – a lovely king-size room and a charming twin, both with glorious views. Stepping outside, the large garden features plenty of space for dogs to roam, as well as outdoor furniture so you can enjoy al fresco meals while watching the local bird and animal life.
The cottage is just a mile from Kinlochbervie, a popular fishing village in the north-west of the Highlands, with plenty of opportunities for hillwalking, climbing, bird watching, kayaking and fishing. There are miles of windswept coastal paths for your canines to sniff out, with beautiful beaches and sandy bays nearby including Oldshoremore Beach (3.5 miles), Sango Bay (17.5 miles) and Scourie (14 miles). Attractions and landmarks include Cape Wrath (28 miles), Smoo Cave (18 miles), the Kyle of Durness (15 miles) and Loch Laxford (10 miles).
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.