Boom House stands detached in its own garden ground above the shore of Loch Ewe, about 35 minutes' drive from Gairloch and 5 miles from Poolewe.
Situated about 10 miles away from Gairloch (shops, hotels, golf course) on the wonderful north-west coast, this stunningly designed modern house stands above Loch Ewe, beautifully furnished and with impeccable green credentials. One corner of the open plan living area (with wood burner) is completely of glass, and the views and sunset can also be enjoyed from the decking area (furniture). The shingle beach is right alongside, with access from the cottage.
Guests can enjoy walks along the shore, in the surrounding hills or nearby Laide woods (looking out for the abundant local wildlife), fish, or visit the famous Inverewe gardens, while Gairloch offers pony trekking and boat trips. The nearest sandy beach nearby is at nearby Mellon Udrigle.
And why Boom House? The point in front of the house once formed one end of the boom across the loch to prevent German submarines entering it in World War I.
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