A stunning house set in spectacular scenery, Mullach offers extremely spacious, well-appointed, modern and comfortable accommodation. For further details please telephone or email.
Mullach is a recently completed architect designed house which nestles in a sheltered rocky nook overlooking the village of Clachtoll and Clachtoll Bay.
This stunning, modern 3-bedroomed house is bright and spacious and is finished and furnished to a very high standard, providing visitors with everything they might need for a comfortable and stress-free escape from daily life. Natural light streams in through the south-facing double height feature window which provides excellent views of the surrounding area.
The front porch leads to a very large open plan living/dining area furnished with comfortable sofas, a wood-burning stove and a large dining table which seats eight. The adjacent kitchen is very well equipped and includes dishwasher, fridge, freezer, integrated double oven, electric hob and microwave. A small hallway leads to a toilet and airing cupboard.
The large integral garage is kitted out as a games room with dart board and small snooker table and it provides ample storage space for outdoor clothes, footwear, bicycles etc. The utility area at the rear of the garage includes a shower, ideal for those sandy wetsuits, a toilet, washing machine, tumble drier and sink. Also on the ground floor there is a twin bedroom with en suite shower room.
Open plan stairs lead up to a stunning living area which offers breathtaking views over the village towards the sea and the split rock. This is the perfect place to enjoy the scenery, whatever the weather. There are two further bedrooms upstairs - one double and one twin - and a large family bathroom which houses a separate shower.
Mullach is fully double glazed and has oil-fired central heating throughout with under floor heating to the ground floor and radiators upstairs. There is ample parking for several vehicles adjacent to the property and a paved area and ramps provide easy access to the house.
Sutherland is rightly famous for its stunning scenery, history, geology and archaeology. Wildlife is varied and includes buzzards, golden eagles, deer, otters, seals, dolphins, porpoises, minke whale and basking sharks. The area is also famous for its unique flora. Mullach provides an excellent base for many outdoor pursuits including walking, climbing, cycling, fishing and water sports and those who prefer a more relaxing holiday can enjoy the ever-changing views of mountains, sky and sea in luxurious comfort.
Guest comments include:
What a perfect holiday home with everything one could possibly need to cook gourmet meals. So comfortable and cosy. We had the best of times. The scenery is very special. Dave and Katie, Sept 2012
An idyllic week in a wonderful location! We have visited Assynt many times but Mullach is hard to beat – the house, the views, the proximity of the beaches and Lexie’s Loch have all contributed to a wonderful week – and NO midges! Weather has been great. We have walked our socks off and caught a 1½lb trout. We’ll be back. Janet and Peter, July 2012
We have visited Assynt many times and stayed in countless holiday homes – from croft cottage to castles over the last 20 years, but Mullach has been the best so far! Resident sparrow at the kitchen window every morning, sheep tucked in by the front door for a snooze and the stoat scampered past the big window several times. We’ll be back to this part of the world and for the first time I can honestly say – we hope to return to this house. Allison, Ian and William, April 2012
Gorgeous house, full of home comforts, which was just as well as we needed shelter from the wild Highland weather! Very relaxing and the games room was an absolute godsend for our 3 boys......and their dad! Thanks. The Brown Family, October 2011
So relaxed, no idea of the date, no wristwatch or alarm clock for a week….mellow! We already knew we loved the area, that’s why we chose it for our 20th anniversary, but the house….the house is the icing on the cake and a great respite from our building site back home. We’ve had a fabulous stay, been at the beach every day, had the most excellent selection of weather and filled the camera with happy memories of a great ourdoorsy holiday. Sarah and Colin, August 2011
Just coming to the end of a lovely two week stay – the sun’s shining, the wind has dropped. Swimming in the sea three times – no wetsuits!; fishing on the Polly Loch; bird spotting on Handa; long leisurely lunch with stunning views at the Shorehouse, Tarbet; coastal walks from Lochinver to Clashnessie; walking up the main road during the 8.15am rush hour and getting a nod and a wave from the only car to pass; just enjoying watching everything from this fantastic window. What a lovely house. So good to be back in Assynt again. June 2011
A stunning week, thank you! Weather mostly fine. Climbed Canisp and Quinag, walked to Stoer Point and Sandwood Bay, strolled from Achmelvich Beach to see the old mill and had a special night out at the Albannach in Lochinver. What a lovely house. We’ve had a fab week. Pam and Hugh, May 2011
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