Tigh Nuilt Inverkirkaig built in 1901 is available to let all year round. Set on the edge of Inverkirkaig bay, with a large sunroom which enjoys uninterrupted views onto the beach and bay, means this house and location can be enjoyed in all weathers.
Situated 3 miles south of Lochinver on the coast road, 35 miles north of Ullapool, and approximately 100 hundred miles from Inverness, Inverkirkaig is a small, scattered crofting settlement in the parish of Assynt (find on GoogleMaps). The cottage looks over Inverkirkaig Bay and is only seconds from the pebble beach and tranquil Kirkaig bay. It is an ideal house for a relaxing holiday enjoying the delights and activities of this most beautiful part of the north west Highlands of Scotland.
It has a fenced garden and ample off-road parking space for two cars. Well behaved dogs are welcome by prior arrangement, but owners should be aware that there are often sheep in the area.
Tigh Nuilt is a ideal base for a range of activities including hill walking, loch, river and sea fishing, wildlife and bird watching, boating and kayaking.
Tigh Nuilt has ample space for family and friends downstairs it has a recently modernised kitchen (including a new washing machine, cooker, dishwasher and fridge freezer), dining room, living room (including open fire, TV with Freeview and DVD, Wii and WiFi and one large sofa bed), large sunroom (with sitting area and dining area, 1 double bedroom downstairs with a super kingsize bed, and a bathroom (inclduing a bath with a shower over it), upstairs, there is a twin room, a double room and a shower room, all with windows overlooking the bay.
Within the house there are also two childs blow up beds, two travel cots and two highchairs. So the house comfortably accommodates 6-8 adults plus up to 4 children.
- Kitchen - well equiped kitchen including new appliances such as washing machine, dishwasher, cooker fridge and freezer. A list of utensils can be provided if asked for (eg blenders/mixers)
- Dining Room - Table comfortably sits 6 adults. Dresser containing all the crockery.
- Living Room - 3 seater sofa bed, 2 seater sofa and armchair, Open fire, flatscreen TV with freeview, DVD and Wii also attached. Boardgames and plenty of books on the shelves in here and the sunroom.
- Sunroom - sofa and 2 comfy armchairs with uninterrupted views of the bay, expanding dining table and chairs comfortably sitting 6-8 adults.
- Bedroom 1 - superkingsize bed, wardrobe, drawers and window onto the bay, with plenty of room for travel cots and/or blow up beds.
- Bedroom 2 - Double bedroom, with plenty of room for travel cots and/or blow up beds.
- Bedroom 3 - twin room, with plenty of room for travel cots and/or blow up beds.
- Bathroom - Newly renovated with new bathroom suite, tiling and flooring
- Shower room - walk in shower, WC and sink.
WiFi available throughout the house.
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