We wish you a happy and comfortable holiday in this beautiful part of North West Scotland.
A house existed on this site in the 1840's. At that time it had a thatched roof, thick stone walls and a few very small windows. Some locals still refer to the cottage as the Drover's House. In 1979, the part of the "L" which now contains the living room and two bedrooms was a tumbledown cattle byre with a single bedroom at the far end. It was intended to re-furbish the original, but in the process the walls became unsafe and the present house was built on the same site to the same external dimensions. The roof has been replaced, double-glazing added, made the main bedroom en suite and installed Wi-Fi.
Electricity is extra, payable at the end of your stay depending on units used.
Two dogs are allowed but it is requested that they are not allowed on the furniture or in the bedrooms and are not left unattended in the property. Dog beds and towels are provided.
Sorry, no smoking allowed in the cottage.