Coille Bheag is a six-acre family croft with two properties for rent, situated on the shores of Loch Ewe in the western Highlands of Scotland. It's part of the scattered crofting village of Inverasdale, near Poolewe and Gairloch in the Wester Ross region.
Ideally placed for walking, fishing, boating, watching wildlife or just relaxing, it has spectacular views of the mountains of Wester Ross, including the Great Wilderness and Torridon ranges.
It's only a few minutes' drive away from the world-famous Inverewe Gardens, as well as many wonderful sandy beaches.
Fresh home-grown organic produce is usually available - also eggs from our flock of free-range hens.
Coille Bheag offers two slightly different kinds of accommodation - the traditional rustic charm of The Cottage and the more modern, eco-friendly Scandinavian-style luxury of The Lodge.
Both properties enjoy the same splendid view of the loch and the mountains and you can enjoy our acre of woodland and our wildflower meadow from the enclosed garden area, or wander as you please on the croft or by the loch shore.
The Cottage is a 150-year-old traditional crofter's cottage, or 'croft house', which has been carefully refurbished whilst retaining its original rustic character. The 3-bedroom cottage has electric heating, an open fire, a cosy parlour, kitchen/dining room, a conservatory and can accommodate up to six people plus baby. Ideal for family holidays, the cottage welcomes children and well-trained pets.
The Lodge is a brand new luxury 2-bedroomed house with energy-efficient central heating, wooden floors and vast picture windows overlooking the loch and mountains, as well as integrated living area and upper mezzanine. Ideal for a romantic getaway or for small families, it sleeps up to four (plus an extra person on a folding bed if you like!) but sorry - no pets.
Rates from £245 to £550 per week.
||14 Midtown of Inverasdale
Wester Ross IV22 2LW
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This page was last updated: 06 September 2013