Iasgair Cottage at Badan Mhugaidh
(pron. Batan Vugey) is newly built in 2016 in the grounds of the Stalker's House of the (former) Ben Damph Estate, Torridon.
Badan Mhugaidh is in a truly stunning position by the Balgy River, nestling in the shadows of Beinn Damph and looking across the loch directly to the Torridon mountains Beinn Alligin & Liathach. Incredible Highland mountain & loch scenery, wilderness and wildlife. A real get-away-from-it-all retreat for families or couples
A beautiful loch side cottage built to the highest specifications.
Accommodation for 4 guests in 2 en-suite bedrooms
A superking (can be twinned) downstairs bedroom with en-suite bathroom featuring a double-ended bath and separate rainfall shower, and a twin room (can be superking) upstairs with en-suite rainfall shower.
The beds are huge, soft and super-comfy with duck feather and down mattress toppers and duvets, luxurious Egyptian cotton bed linen, and of course towels and bath robes.
Organic toiletries from Highland Soap Co.
Open plan kitchen, dining and sitting areas overlooking Loch Torridon and across to the Torridon hills. The kitchen is equipped with double oven, microwave oven, induction hob, dishwasher, fridge/freezer, wine cooler, Nespresso coffee machine and Dualit toaster.
Other features include a large heated porch with boot/shoe storage. There is a shared boot room with dog bed, washing machine, clothes pulley and plenty of hanging hooks. Iron and ironing board.
Wood burning stove.
Oak and Italian porcelain tile floors throughout with underfloor heating. Flat screen satellite SMART TV. Logs for the wood burning stove are plentiful. Larch decking with furniture. Direct access to miles of lochside Estate walks.
Well-behaved dogs are welcome at Badan Mhugaidh
Guests have access to the entire property.
Interaction with guests
We live in the former Stalker's Cottage in the grounds so are available to assist should you need anything during your stay.
Other things to note
Although the immediate area around the cottage is level, the grounds are typically Highland - rocky, peat bog, woodland. Please be aware that there are tree roots posing a trip hazard in the woodlands and take appropriate care if going off track