|Minimum Stay||7 nights|
Strathan House is a 19th century croft house, which sleeps eight. It is attractively furnished throughout with an eclectic mix of antique furniture and modern pictures and prints. The comfortable sitting room has an open fire. The newly installed kitchen/dining room has a generous dining table for eight, which leads out into a utility room with an additional sink and extra storage space for coats and boots. Four bedrooms, a double on the ground floor, three twin rooms upstairs, the one above the kitchen is small and up a steep staircase, suitable for children not grandparents! Two bathrooms, each with a shower and lavatory, both on the ground floor.
The house has an electric cooker, microwave oven, fridge, freezer, immersion heaters, electric heaters in all rooms, shaver sockets and heated rails in both bathrooms.
No television reception but there is a TV/DVD player. Free wifi available.
A mile from the Estate entrance, the cottages nestle among the hills and fields and in the evenings, deer often come into the gardens to graze. A small stream runs through the garden and you can watch the cows and sheep all round. Attadale Estate offers glorious walking (including two Munros), loch and river fishing. Up in the hills, you can walk all day without seeing anyone. If you enjoy mountain biking, you have lots of opportunities here. You are near the sea. There is no passing traffic as the cottages are at the end of the tarmac road. Furnished with an eclectic mix of antique and modern furniture with attractive prints and paintings in every room, the cottages offer a relaxing and pretty home. New 26' widescreen DVD player in every house. Spend the day curled up with a book or explore far and wide and then return to your comfortable home and warm fire in the evening. Uniquely visitors are able to visit the award winning 4 star Attadale Gardens free of charge at any time during their stay.Free Wifi available
Hill walking, loch & sea fishing, mountain biking: A map is provided in each house with a selection of walks marked on it. The walks vary in length from a couple of hours to all day. Climbing the Munros is only recommended for people who are fit and accustomed to hill-walking. The Attadale estate is ideally situated for walking enthusiasts.
There is fishing available in the hill lochs if you are keen on walking. The river Carron is available to fish for the price of a day ticket which is available locally.
It is good country for mountain-biking enthusiasts. The Lochcarron Garage rents bicycles if you do not bring your own.
The villages of Lochcarron and Strathcarron are only a few minutes drive away where all possible facilities are available: an excellent butchers, village shop, petrol stations, garages, restaurant and cafes. In addition a mere five minutes away, you can find an award winning gift shop, the Carron Pottery as well as the Carron Restaurant so you do not have to go far. Convenient for exploring Isle of Skye and Applecross peninsula.
Our own Attadale Gardens are free for you as visitors at any time, so you can explore whenever you feel like it. 20 acres of beautifully laid out water gardens, with sculpture scattered throughout. Enjoy the kitchen garden, the fern garden, the Japanese garden.
Attadale station is on the Inverness-Kyle line which means you have easy access both East and West
Sightseeing: Ideally positioned on the South side of Loch Carron you can explore the Isle of Skye, Plockton, Eilean Donan Castle, Applecross and Inverewe Gardens.
Da mein Englisch schlecht ist schreibe ich lieber auf Deutsch weiter!
Als wir gestern,spat Abends ankamen waren wir sehr froh, dass wir nach dieser langen reise, ein Bett hatten.
Wenn wir das Hasu bewerken mussten, dann:
Wirfuhren uns alle sehr wohl & wir wollen uns bedanken! Thank you!
Cosy, comfortable and homely cottage. Very tranquil setting. Loved the log fire. Within easy reach of a number of mountain ranges e.g. Glen Shiel, and Skye as well as the hills within the estate which involve a long walk or cycle in. Transport to these may be available by negotiation with owners, as we did. Attadale Gardens are delightful, even at this time of year, and gardener I spoke to was charming and knowledgeable. A special thanks to Joanna for her kindness during our stay, and for a very interesting insight into her life on the estate.
Our third visit in six years, all Autumnal visits, we have had three great holidays, visisting Lochash, Plockton, Skye and Applecross during the day and enjoying the comfortable cottage with it's wood fires in the evenings. Would greatly recommend.
Fantastic location, wonderful place, the wood burning stove made the property warm despite the weather outside. Bathroom and one bedroom downstairs which means that if you have mobility problems you are still catered for. Owner and her staff extremely helpful and friendly. The location is a mile along a well maintained estate road. There are a further 7 miles of track up into the hills which you can walk or bike along. The Attadale Gardens are a wonderful place to wander round and has a self service tearoom with locally made cakes to die for.
We have been visiting the Attadale Estate off and on for the past 25 years. That's because we love Wester Ross that chance to return to an estate where we have always had the most amazing and memorable holidays.
The cottages are simply furnished, spotlessly clean and well-maintained. There is always a posy of flowers when we arrive and those who work on the estate genuinely want you to have a special time.
It is the perfect place to visit if you are looking to escape the hurly-burly of city life and you don't need 4-star furnishings and service in order to have a relaxing holiday. The estate has spectacular walks and some of the most beautiful beaches in Europe are a short drive away.
Once you've stayed you'll probably want to keep it a secret from family and friends... there are few places left that are this unspoilt.
Joe Pelissier and family.
We had heard about this location from a friend and it was just as good as he had told us. Close to Lochcarron but set in a scenic valley in the grounds of Attadale House with its beautiful gardens.
We had the biggest of the cottages, Strathan House which will sleep eight although one of the twins is a little small if you have two burly walkers and their kit. We only had one lady in it and that was fine. The other rooms are an excellent size. Parking is a bit limited but you can park on the grass if necessary. We had five cars and managed ok.
Being hillwalkers, getting a lift seven miles up the valley from the head keeper was a great bonus. We climbed both the Munros easily from there on a lovely sunny day.
The Strathcarron Hotel proved excellent for both food and drink.
Overall, it was a great week.
La maison est spacieuse, agréable et confortable. La vue et le cadre sont extraordinaires, nous avions les cerfs le soir juste à côté du cottage. La propriétaire est accueillante, et parles très bien français (ce qui a été pratique pour nous qui parlons très très peu anglais). Pour résumer , un séjour parfait dans cette maison.
Attadale is a 30,000 acre estate in the North West of Scotland. It stretches from the south shore of Loch Carron to Loch Monar, 15 miles away to the east.
Attadale is ideally situated for touring the North West Highlands. To the North are Applecross, Loch Torridon, Loch Maree and the famous gardens of Inverewe. To the South is the magnificent scenery of Kintail, Glenelg and, at Kyle of Lochalsh, the bridge to Skye.
Attadale Gardens is close by and free access is available to all those who have rented accommodation at Attadale Holiday Cottages.
Lochcarron is but a few miles away around the loch with a number of shops selling useful items.
Other Activities: Fishing, walking, climbing, sailing
Golf: Loch Carron Golf Club - www.lochcarrongolf.co.uk
Lochcarron is a nine hole golf course, although there are actually eleven tees. It measures 3575 yards for eighteen holes and is an enjoyable challenge of accuracy. The Standard Scratch Score and par score for the course is 60.
Every hole on the course offers the golfer something of a challenge.
Whether it is simply avoiding the beach on the first three holes or trying to keep your ball on the humpbacked green at the seventh and sixteenth, all players will find the course a test of skill and character.
Being partly along the shore, a player really knows when the wind blows. Due to the criss-cross nature of the course, the golfer can find themselves faced with a downwind tee shot, then one into the wind and finally a crosswind shot and all in the space of three holes.
The greens are all quite small. Some are flat, some sloping and others with tricky breaks and borrows. They come into their own in the fine summer conditions.