Set amongst beautiful hills with distant views across to the high mountains of An Teallach. Whether touring Wester Ross and the NC500, or simply looking for peace and tranquillity to 'get-away from it all', you will find this an ideal base.
The Sheiling is a modern house in Achgarve on the Gruinard Peninsula on the rugged north-west coast of Scotland. We offer two guest bedrooms (one twin room with ensuite shower, and one double room with its own private bathroom and private lounge). Both rooms are tastefully and comfortably furnished.
Due to Covid-19, we now have enhanced cleaning in place, as well as social distancing measures. Guests have 2 separate dining areas to take breakfast. Rest assured, the safety of our guests is extremely important to us. To check availability, please call us direct on 01445 731487 / 07821969609.
We provide our guests with a Continental breakfast including cereals, muesli, yogurt, toast, oatcakes, tea, coffee and orange juice.
The Sheiling is situated 2 miles from Laide (hotel/PO/shop), 16 miles north of Gairloch and 44 miles from Ullapool. A wide range of meals is available in cafes and restaurants in the local area. We offer a peaceful place to rest, a short drive from the main North Coast 500 route.
Achgarve consists of a remote scattering of croft-houses in a genuine peaceful Highland community. The village has distant views across Gruinard Bay to the high mountains of An Teallach (3,383 ft). Mellon Udrigle beach (10 minutes away) is an unspoilt hidden gem.
You can explore the outstandingly lovely scenery in search of rare birds of prey, and photograph the dramatic landscapes; walk the fine sandy beaches covered with shells while watching seals, possibly otters, and a myriad of seabirds; fish in a nearby loch, or take a whale watching boat trip from Gairloch. Ferry services operate for vehicles & passengers between Ullapool and Stornoway (Isle of Lewis) and the Summer Isles (passengers only).
Other memorable places to visit are the traditional fishing village of Ullapool, Gairloch Heritage Centre, local arts and crafts studios, the breathtaking Corrieshalloch Gorge (32 miles), and the famous Inverewe Gardens (National Trust for Scotland). Local activities include pony-trekking, golf, sailing, bicycle hire and the Leisure Centre (Gairloch), and swimming (Poolewe).
On clear nights, amateur and professional astronomers can enjoy an unparalleled view of the night sky, unpolluted by street-lighting.
1. The accommodation is not suitable for children;
2. In the interests of health and safety, this is a NON-SMOKING household;
3. We regret that we cannot accept pets.
|Double Room||£90 Per room per night (breakfast inc.)|
|Twin Room||£90 Per room per night (breakfast inc.)|
Note: Prices are a guide only and may change on a daily basis.