Wonderful lochside location,Ideal fishing location,Breathtaking Views
High standard of cleanliness, Local family run for Over 25years,
Mountain range view,Local amenities nearby.
Mountview Self Catering properties with prices from £370 to £735.
MUIR LAN LOG CABIN sleeps four people and is uniquely situated on the waters edge. All the comforts of home are provided. A fully fitted kitchen complete with dishwasher, microwave, washing machine, tumble dryer, and cooker. The living room is furnished to a high standard and the balcony boasts views across the loch to village and mountains. Fishing boats unload their catches at the nearby harbour.
Bedrooms comprise of one double and one twin room, both have adequate clothes storage space.The bathroom includes both Jacuzzi and electric shower unit. There are wall heaters and night storage heaters throughout. Exclusive car parking area.
**Reduced rates apply for 2 people depending on time of year**
SAORSA sleeps two people. This attractive log cabin is situated on the waters edge and has been designed specifically with couples in mind. A cathedral style roof and Douglas Fir interior adds great character and warmth to this charming holiday retreat.
SAORSA consists of a spacious living room and kitchen combined. Complete with every modern convenience. One twin bedroom and bath room with bath and electric shower. French doors leading on to balcony with magnificent views across Loch to Mount Canisp and Suilven. There is electric heating throughout. Also wheel chair access. We think you will agree our unique setting makes this the perfect holiday destination. Exclusive parking area.
MOUNTVIEW HOUSE is a spacious well appointed house, comprising of two en suite bedrooms, one double and one twin. They both look towards the spectacular mountains of Canisp and Suilven. The twin bedroom has a balcony with South facing views of the sea and the impressive mountains. There is also a TV with freeview in this room. Leading down the spiral staircase from the upper floor, you have the main living area, tastefully furnished to a high standard including two large sofas and a 46" wall mounted flat screen TV (complete with DVD and a comprehensive music system). From the living area we have two large conservatories. One comprising yet more wonderful views of the sea loch, opening out on to a spacious decking area with patio table and chairs overlooking our large well kept garden.
Each property is with in a ten minute walk from the Lochinver Village.
Ours is an established family business which we have run personally since 1990. The individual properties are continually upgraded, and none is part of a complex.
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* Unique prime waterside location in lochinver bay with breath taking views of spectaucular mountain range.An Ideal central location for touring the Highlands and Islands. 10 Min walk from lochinver village and shops.Local family run since 1980
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