A cosy cottage with Visit Scotland 4* grading providing comfortable accommodation for two people in a quiet location on the Assynt Peninsular within easy reach of Lochinver and also the seashore.
The cottage has its own secluded garden and overlooks the adjoining heather clad hills and mountains.
The area is superb for outdoor pursuits and exploring including a pleasant beach at Inverkirkaig and also within easy reach of Loch Assynt to the west and Durness to the north including Cape Wrath. There are various boat trips available from Ullapool and a nice day trip can be taken to the Island of Handa which is a superb have for sea birds including puffins. The west coast of Scotland is renowned for its mild climate and exotic plants which grow so the gardens at Inverewe are well worth a visit. There are scenic drives round the peninsula and along the rugged to coast to charming villages such as Achiltibuie.
The Assynt Peninsula offers something for everyone be it dramatic scenery, fantastic beaches, coastal walks, strenuous mountain climbs and great fishing on the lochs and rivers. A visit to the area will leave you wanting to return again as it is a truly captivating area.
Post Code: IV27 4LR
Security Deposit £150
Creigard Cottage is let weekly Saturday to Saturday. Sorry we are uanble to accept short breaks.
Accommodation for 2 on one floor: 1 Double or Twin with ensuite shower room; open plan sitting room/dining room/kitchen.
Services: Electric heating * Washing machine & Drier * Fridge * Electric cooker and hob * Microwave * Mobile reception * T.V. (Freesat) & video * HI-FI/CD * Cot and High Chair * Parking * Patio * Garden with furniture and BBQ * Bed linen and Towels included * Free Wifi * No Pets permitted
All Electricity is by £1 coin meter this will not apply from 2018
|Creigard Cottage||£349 Per unit per week|
Note: Prices are a guide only and may change on a daily basis.
Summer saver @ Creigard Cottage! All weekly stays in July & August now only £480! (Was £552) It's a perfect couples getaway on the Assynt Peninsular.