Cruinn-leum perches high above the narrow road leading down to the pier at Toscaig on the west coast of the Applecross peninsula opposite Breakish on Skye.
The house is built in the round, with large windows to exploit the views, and offers accommodation which is bright, comfortable and of superb quality. Typical examples are the curved oak stairs, the fine wood flooring throughout and the cedar panelled shower room.
The coast has beautiful sandy beaches, and the calm seas, warmed by the Gulf Stream, are perfect for swimming, kayaking and sailing. Toscaig pier is known for great mackerel fishing in summer. The quiet local roads are good for cycling, and of course there are plenty of walking opportunities. Wildlife abounds on land, sea and air. Pine martens are frequent visitors, and golden eagles nest in the nearby cliffs.
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