Relax and enjoy the breathtaking views from the sunroom
After a day exploring cosy down in from of the fire
Alfresco dining with a view
Well equipped kitchen
Open plan kitchen/diner
Spacious kitchen/diner
Scenic views from the comfort of the cottage
Twin room
Twin room
Twin room
Breathtaking views from the cottage
Alfresco dining with a view
Keep warm by the campfire
Picturesque setting
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2 Letters

Letters, The Highlands
Sleeps 6
Bedrooms 3
Bathrooms 2
Change Sat
Dogs welcome 1
4 star
Downstairs bedroom
Downstairs bathroom
Waterside views
Enclosed garden / patio
Open fire / woodburner
Internet access
Family friendly
Towels included
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At a glance

  • Comfortable cottage in a stunning lochside location
  • Uninterrupted and panoramic views from the sunroom
  • Sit on the garden furniture and watch the otters splashing in the loch
  • Light the fire and relax in its warmth on cooler evenings
  • Make a holiday den in the woodland or swim in the clear waters of Loch Broom
  • Walks for all ages and abilities straight from your front door
Property code: CA003

A three-bedroom waterside retreat perfect for families and friends seeking a tranquil base from which to explore the outdoor activities on offer in the Scottish Highlands.

Sleeping up to six guests, this cottage is situated on a secluded stretch of shore by Loch Broom with uninterrupted and panoramic views in all directions - you couldn't stay any closer to the water's edge. The piece de resistance is the large sunroom at the front of the house with 180-degree views, where you can spend hours relaxing whatever the weather.

The spacious holiday cottage provides comfortable and well-equipped accommodation, with views across Loch Broom to Beinn Dearg and beyond. There is an open fire in the large sitting room, creating a pleasant warm atmosphere on colder evenings. Choose a book from the cottage collection or pop on a film for a quiet night in. The open-plan kitchen/dining room is a stylish and smart space that encourages sociable mealtimes, and the dishwasher will make the clean up easier. During the warmer months, there is outdoor furniture in the private garden where you can dine with an incredible backdrop. There are three delightful bedrooms, one double and two twins. There are also two bathrooms, one with a bath and the other a shower; both have a WC.

Wildlife is abundant with resident otters, seals and herons, as well as porpoises in warmer weather and it is possible to fish or canoe off the beach in front of the house. Walk up the hill behind the property for views out to Ullapool, the Summer Isles and the mountains beyond.

Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.

Please note there is a refundable £150 security deposit for this property payable closer to the start of your holiday.

  • 3 bedrooms – 1 double, 2 twin
  • 2 bathrooms - 1 bathroom with bath and WC, 1 shower room with WC
  • Electric cooker, fridge, freezer, microwave, dishwasher with a washing machine and tumble dryer
  • Electric storage heating and panel heaters
  • Electricity by meter reading paid for on departure
  • Open fire with a starter pack for fuel
  • TV, DVD player, radio/CD player, payphone
  • Wi-Fi included
  • Garden furniture
  • Parking for 3 cars
  • Nearest shops, bars and restaurants 7 miles
  • 1 dog welcome
  • Please be advised that the owners, although not in residence, retain several rooms which are locked

The house enjoys the best of both worlds in a peaceful place, yet with Ullapool only 10 miles away with its shops, swimming pools, restaurants and cafes. There are many craft shops and artists/pottery galleries locally, as well as weekly music sessions and, in the summer months, the local Ullapool Pipes and Drums display. Ullapool is also home to several superb festivals (Book Festival, Loopallu and Guitar Festival).


There is a large amount of land to explore around the house, including beautiful woodland - a brilliant spot for dog walking and children to create dens. It's an excellent base for families or couples to explore this area of Northern Scotland, with its white sandy beaches, Munros and hill walks, boating activities and fishing. Trout and salmon fishing can be arranged on the owner's stretch of the River Broom.


The magnificent Ben Wyvis provides a great place for climbing or walks, while beautiful Rogie Falls offers many walking trails to enjoy the spectacular scenery. Both are just 30 miles from the village.

This property is personally managed by Carol.


From guests that have stayed at the property.

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Reviewed by Therese 7th March 2020

The cottage was clean & comfortable - the sun room was just perfect for wildlife spotting & generally watching the world go by. The kitchen was well equipped, although had there been six of us a few more table mats & cereal bowls would have been needed, no problem for just three though.

Reviewed by Denise 28th September 2019

Very comfortable and the most beautiful location.

Reviewed by L Paton/J Drake

This was or second visit this year and we had a wonderful, relaxing time. The cottage is extremely comfortable, clean and spacious. The newly refurbished, very well appointed kitchen, has all the storage, for your goodies, and equipment that you could ever need to cook up a storm after a day out and about. Whether you are looking for an active holiRead moreday or just want to relax and watch the world go by, this is the place to be. The sunroom is, without a doubt, the jewel in the crown. With a 180 degree vista you can watch seals, porpoises, herons and otters all enjoy Lochbroom. They seem to favour a spot directly in front of the cottage just beyond the green bouy and between the pink bouys. If its a touch chilly, light the coal fire, pour a glass of something nice and watch the ever changing scene across Lochbroom. There are lots of beautiful places for walkers to explore and also brilliant beaches to enjoy. Gruinard Bay is our favourite although, venture a bit further, and the beach at Durness is stunning Corrishalloch Gorge will take your breath away. Ullapool itself is a delight to explore. There are many craft shops, cafes and restaurants. We had a fabulous meal at the Arch Hotel. The Ullapool Smokehouse is well worth a visit for smoked salmon and a good selection of smoked cheeses etc. and if you like ice cream, Gelato Ullapool on West Argyle Street is a must. Nearer to the cottage and worth a visit is Clachan Church which the Local Community bought and are in the process of raising funds for the restoration works. It is open for a very limited time on certain days of the week so check before you go. Hide

Reviewed by Mrs Lafourcade August 2019

2 Letters is a lovely house in an idyllic setting with stunning scenery whatever the weather. The cottage is cosy, well laid and very well equipped. There is a lot of things to do all around from Loch Assynt to Loch Maree and Ullapool is nearby, 20 minutes drive. I will be pleased to come back again.

Reviewed by Mrs Maughan August 2019

We loved 2 letters, the view from the conservatory over the loch was so great we never had the TV on! We saw a porpoise and a seal from the window regularly and towards the top of the loch my husband saw an otter. We even had the blow out canoe on the loch a couple of times though it was a bit windy. The house had everything we needed but a bit disRead moreappointed that the bedroom with a view was a twin instead of a double. Hide

Reviewed by Ms Paton May 2019

We've stayed in some lovely holiday properties over the years in the Scottish Highlands and Islands also Ireland, which we've said that we must book again but since discovering 2 Letters, we never have because 2 Letters has that special "something" that d

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Relax and enjoy the breathtaking views from the sunroom
After a day exploring cosy down in from of the fire
Alfresco dining with a view
Well equipped kitchen
Open plan kitchen/diner
Spacious kitchen/diner
Scenic views from the comfort of the cottage
Twin room
Twin room
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Note: As the postcode is used to identify the general area of the property, it may not always reflect its precise location, therefore please only use this map as a guide.

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