|Parking||off road 4 cars||Garden||large enclosed garden|
|Short breaks||N/A||Prices||view details|
|2 person discount||No||Fire/Woodburner||Yes|
Overlooking beautiful Loch Broom surrounded by open hillside, Sgurr Mhor is a large modern cottage set in its own spacious gardens. Situated in the small hamlet of Loggie, at the end of a no through road that runs along the side of the stunningly beautiful Loch Broom and leads onto open farmland and hills, it offers peace and seclusion in a stunning setting. All the rooms are generously proportioned. The main lounge has large picture windows that look out across the loch to the hills beyond. The open fireplace provides a warm and cosy ambience. The large farmhouse - style kitchen/dining room is bright and well equipped. Patio doors open out to the well kept wraparound gardens, which are mainly laid to lawn, with species shrubs. There are three good sized bedrooms (one en suite) and a large family bathroom. This self catering cottage enjoys stunning views throughout from the property and gardens.Read more about Sgurr Mhor
Property is all on ground floor level has electric storage heaters and comprises:
Lounge: With open fire, TV with satellite sky package, DVD and radio/CD; large picture windows maximise the superb views across Loch Broom.
Kitchen/Diner: With electric cooker, microwave and fridge/freezer; a spacious farmhouse style kitchen with dining furniture for six.
Utility Room: With washing machine, sink and space for outdoor clothes and shoes
Bedroom 1: With double bed and en suite shower enclosure, WC and wash basin
Bedroom 2: With double bed
Bedroom 3: With two single beds
Bathroom: With shower over bath, WC and wash basin
All electricity and bed linen included. First supply of coal for open fire provided. Cot and high chair available on request. Towels available on request at an extra charge paid directly to the owner.
Large, fully enclosed garden with outside furniture and stunning views across Loch Broom with hills and open countryside surrounding. Off road parking for 4 cars.
|Nearest town||Ullapool||Shops||11 Miles|
|Distance||11 Miles||Restaurant||11 Miles|
|Nearest railway station||Garve||Pub||11 Miles|
It is 11 miles from Ullapool, a cosmopolitan, vibrant holiday village situated on the west coast, with busy ferry terminal serving the Outer Isles. There are no shortage of pubs and restaurants here, as well as interesting and unusual small shops, a pottery, art and craft exhibitions and a larger supermarket. Dominated by the sea, one of the local delicacies id the freshly caught seafood that arrives daily into the harbour. In the summer boat trips run to the Summer Isles, just three miles off shore, from where sea birds, dolphins, porpoises and otters can be observed in their natural habitat.
There are numerous activities available in the area. Ullapool has its own nine hole golf course on the shores of Loch Broom and there are a number of other courses within a short drive. For fishing enthusiasts there are many hill lochs in this area that are abundant with wild brown trout. You can also fish for mackerel from Ullapool harbour and Loch Broom. For the more adventurous boats can be hired for sea fishing. Permits are available for salmon and trout fishing on loch lochs and rivers
Situated right on the edge of one of the most dramatic and awe-insiring regions in the Highlands, recently afforded "Geopark" status and now the largest geopark in Europe, walkers climbers are spoilt for choice. Here majestic mountains interspersed with pretty lochs make this a climber's and hill walker's paradise. One of the most famous being Stack Polly but there are also plenty of others to choose from for committed hill walkers and climbers. The nearby coastal area of North West Sutherland is renowned for its pristine sandy beaches, ancient settlements and incredible sandstone mountains. On a trip through the West Coast visitors pass through an area known as Assynt. Here visitors can explore the Bone Caves (a series of caves and tunnels which have recently been found to contain bones and fossils of long extinct animals, dating back over 4500 years) and the ruins of Ardvreck Castle perched on the edge of Loch Assynt, before arriving in the pretty fishing port of Lochinver. The nearby white shell beach of Achmelvich is simply stunning. Canoeing, sailing, body boarding, golf, fishing (sea, river and loch), horse riding, mountain biking, climbing and hill walking are all enjoyed in the area. The Highlands 'capital' of Inverness is one hour's drive away and offers a wide range of attractions to suit all ages and tastes.
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Superbly comfortable property - without over-fussiness. Relatively isolated location and remarkable views are just right for us and our holiday needs
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