|Minimum Stay||7 nights|
Kyle Cottage faces both east and west but is predominantly south facing.
To the left of the entrance hall is a downstairs double room with its own shower room. To the right of the hall is a cosy but spacious sitting-room with two sofas and an armchair. Off this is a well-equipped kitchen including a dishwasher.
If you head upstairs from the sitting-room, there is a twin room with its own bathroom together with a comfy television area. The sofa(bed) here can be converted to provide extra accommodation at special request.
Leading on from the kitchen is one of the highlights of this cottage – a west facing garden room. It is pine lined, with under floor heating, soaks up non stop summer and winter light from both south and west, uninterrupted views, and has a sofa and a dining table for 6/8. French windows lead straight out via a seating area into the garden and beyond to the mountains of the west.
Kyle cottage faces both east and west but is predominantly south facing. Downstairs is a double room with its own shower room. There is also a cosy but spacious sitting-room and a well-equipped kitchen which leads to a large garden room facing west. Upstairs there is a twin room with its own bathroom together with a comfy television area. The sofa (bed) here can be converted to provide extra accommodation at special request. Archway cottage faces west with uninterrupted views over the grounds of Linsidecroy, the Kyle of Sutherland. There is a twin bedroom and bathroom together with a comfortable sitting room, off which is a fully equipped kitchen with a dining table for four. French doors lead directly onto a private Caithness flagstone terrace overlooking a managed wild flower meadow and the hills of the west where the sun sets.
Robert and Davina live nearby which allows them to look after the property with its garden and grounds.
Robert and Davina Howden purchased this cottage in 1980
The beautiful views and peacefulness of the area were the main draw with a variety little shops only 6 miles away.
The cottages are situated in beautiful countryside with East and West coasts with their many attractions both easily accessible.
Just topping, couldn’t have asked for more. H&H – Nairn
Such a tasteful and comfortable conversion – the sun room is just heaven. B&JF – Salisbury
Pine marten!! Another lovely week – we shall miss the cottage. C&CR – Cumbria
Amazing deserted beaches on both East and West coasts less than an hour away. Fishing harbours east and west with nice places to eat.
Inverness Airport 1 1/2 hours away
Bonar Bridge 6 miles, Lairg 7 miles, Dornoch 20 miles, Tain 20 miles, Inverness 45 miles
Good pub meals only 6 miles east. Waterfalls, meandering valleys and spectacular mountains. Dunrobin castle 1 hour, Castle of Mey and garden 2 hours. Fishing, Cycling, Highland History, Visitor centres. Wildflowers, Forest Walks and wonderful places for picnics.