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Ca Na Each

Lochinver (12mls N), The Highlands
Sleeps 4
Bedrooms 2
Bathrooms 1
Change Fri
Dogs welcome 2
4 star
Downstairs bathroom
Waterside views
Enclosed garden / patio
Open fire / woodburner
Internet access
Pub nearby
Shop nearby
Beach within easy reach
Fishing onsite / nearby
Family friendly
Towels included
Travel cot available
Highchair available
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At a glance

  • Detached cottage in an elevated position with magnificent sea and island views
  • Rural retreat set in a charming remote crofting village on the north west coast of Scotland
  • Perfect for a family adventure or for that romantic getaway for two
  • Relax and enjoy the peace, tranquillity and spectacular views surrounding the cottage
  • A walk from the Stoer lighthouse takes you to the famous sea stack the Old Man of Stoer
  • Only 4 miles from the beautiful Clashnessie bay and sandy beach
Property code: 32364

This lovely period property located in the charming crofting village of Culkein, offers peace and tranquillity to those wishing to really get away from it all. Perfect base to explore an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

Stay in this rugged and remote Scottish location, where grassy hills are interspersed by charming detached cottages and the far-reaching sea thrashes around in the background. Sleeping four, this wonderful cottage is perfect for a small family or two couples on a romantic retreat.


Each nook and cranny of this cottage is filled with charming little titbits, be it ornaments or books, creating an ultimately homely and welcoming atmosphere. You’ll get an instant feel for the coast when you reach this whitewashed home, 70 yards downhill from a communal parking area, and the coastal colour scheme continues throughout with bright turquoise and crisp whites.


Step inside and first drop off muddy coats and boots in the porch area, before heading straight into the cosy lounge. Settle into a cushy sofa or armchair and switch on the TV with the multi-fuel wood burner flickering before you. The lounge leads onto a well-equipped kitchen, where you’ll find everything you need to cook for your party, and a dedicated lounge at the front of the home.


Two bedrooms, both full of character, can be found on the first floor. The first of these is a bright double bedroom with a stunning view out to sea. Enjoy a touch of privacy and settle into the armchair, relaxing with a book or simply taking in the view. The second bedroom is a cosy twin that can also be set up as super king-size thanks to a zip-and-link bed. Both rooms have a TV for enjoying lazy mornings and a USB charging point.


The home is surrounded by an enclosed garden, ideal for letting dogs out or allowing kids to play. There’s seating to both the front and the rear of the home, ensuring you can enjoy sitting in the sun both morning, afternoon and evening.


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

  • 2 Bedrooms: 1 Double and 1 twin with zip-and-link (that can be made into a super-king-size on request)
  • Kitchen: with electric oven and hob, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, washer/dryer and microwave
  • Bathroom: with shower over bath and WC
  • Lounge: with multi-fuel burner (initial supply of solid fuel included) TV and DVD
  • TV and a USB charging point in both bedrooms
  • Wi-Fi included
  • Electric and heating included
  • Enclosed garden with front and rear seating areas
  • 2 dogs welcome
  • Ample parking, the property is accessed approx. 70yards down a hill from the parking area
  • Shop, pub and restaurant 1 mile, beach 4 miles
  • Arrival: 4pm

This wonderful coastal location puts you in close proximity to plenty of charming beaches, and arguably the most beautiful of these is 5 miles away at Clashnessie Bay. This sandy beach boasts a mild microclimate and is a great spot for visitors of all ages to enjoy. Go for a swim or wander up the stunning 15-meter Clashnessie Falls (5.5 miles).

Enjoy a memorable day out with a trip to the famous Handa Island, accessible 22 miles by car and a short ferry ride. The varied wildlife on the island includes red deer, otters, seals, dolphins and sometimes even whales, but the area is also famous for its large community of puffins.

The area is abundant in varied walks and hikes, including the stunning three Corbetts in Quinag, accessible around 19 miles away. Take on one of these peaks or tackle all three, enjoying remarkable views on each one. Alternatively, if you prefer fishing, the area is awash with inland lochs for fly fishing or coastal spots for sea fishing. Come home with salmon or brown trout and enjoy fresh local produce from the comfort of your home.

Enjoy a trip to the local village of Lochinver, 15 miles south of the cottage. This cute fishing port boasts a large fish market for enjoying a fresh catch and a popular local stoneware store for grabbing a souvenir to take home with you. Stay and enjoy a meal at the local lodge or sample the village's superb seafood restaurant.

This property is personally managed by Fiona.


From guests that have stayed at the property.

Based on 29 guest ratings

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Reviewed by Paul 15th February 2020

Stunning location. Well appointed. Warm. Clean. Good value for money.

Reviewed by Marianne 12th October 2019

Beautiful location, cottage has a tired interior in need of refurbishment and a deep clean.

Reviewed by Marcus 4th October 2019

Perfect location for quiet holiday with cosy atmosphere indoors and stunning sea views.A great get away from it all cottage and place.

Reviewed by James 13th September 2019

Super location and cozy place to stay in the Highlands.

Reviewed by Kelly 16th August 2019

Beautiful warm and comfortable cottage, with stunning views and breathtaking surrounding scenery! Upon arrival at Ca Na Each we were simply blown away by both the beauty of the cottage and the surrounding area. The cottage has a pretty enclosed garden which was perfect for Ellie our JR to explore and for my husband and I to enjoy a glass of wine inRead more the sunshine. Lots of places to visit nearby. I would definitely recommend Invirkirkaig Falls and Clashnessie Beach is a must! Would we return YES Hide

Reviewed by Julia 9th August 2019

Perfect cottage in stunning location. Absolutely recommend to anyone who loves old style cottages. Fell in love with the cottage and the area. Privilege to have stayed.

Reviewed by DenIse 24th May 2019

This was our second visit to the cottage and we were not disappointed, everything needed was on site, clean and in good working order. A lovely bottle of wine and milk in the fridge in arrival is a lovely bonus, quiet and peaceful with a stunning view.

Reviewed by Clare 17th May 2019

The scenery from the cottage was stunning! It is so well placed for a relaxing holiday. We had days where we went for great walks up the mountains or to the beach and other days when due to weather restrictions, we spent the time around the cottage reading and enjoying the views from there. The cottage itself was extremely comfortable and warm withRead more everything needed. A definite place to re-visit. Hide

Reviewed by Diane 29th March 2019

A wonderful quiet location with fabulous views over the sea and mountains.

Reviewed by Julie 1st March 2019

Very windy & very noisy upstairs we had to sleep downstairs for 2 nights. Very cold in house took over 24hrs to get some warmth. Freezing in the bathroom, but then its early March in the highlands of Scotland so we did think it would be cold. We left a day early due to awful weather. The scenery is amazing from the front of house you can't beat it.Read more Lovely but very remote area. Road leading into area is not for the faint hearted. Hide

Reviewed by Paul 8th February 2019

If we could give it six stars for location and equipment we would

Reviewed by Andrea 28th December 2018

We had a fantastic New Year break at this cottage, in a remote location it is the perfect get away. The cottage has all the facilities you need to have a relaxing holiday and with amazing senery and always something to look at out of the windows. In the evenings we saw deer at the top of the garden and enjoyed lots of lovely walks around Drumbeg.

Reviewed by Julie 19th October 2018

We stayed in October so took a chance with the weather which changed every 5 minutes! The location is stunning and being able to wake up in bed and see the sea was fantastic. The cottage is so well equipped it was like a home from home; without the pressures of modern life but with TV and wi fi if you want it. Local store has essentials and we saw Read morethe local deer every day. Saw a seal at nearby Clashnessie beach. Would love to return. Hide

Reviewed by Claire 21st September 2018

Lovely cosy cottage with the most amazing views. Had such a relaxing holiday & so did our dogs. We will definitely be returning.

Reviewed by Julie 1st September 2018

Fabulous location, saw deer most days. Access very steep but forewarned so prepared for it. Useful local shop at Drumbeg. Interesting roads around and about, couldn't hurry if you wanted to. A wonderful base for a relaxing break, the cottage has all you need, furnished beautifully.

Reviewed by Timothy 24th August 2018

Yea i would like to stay forever

Reviewed by John Alan 10th August 2018

The Drumbeg area is only for people who like getting away from it all (like us). The cottage is perfectly located with stunning views, albeit with two similar interesting 10 mile drives via narrow roads from the main roads; the pub come hotel is also near (but check times and the need to book for all meals); there is also a shop with reasonable stoRead morecking. If you are a chiller, or wildlife lover, or outdoor person this is for you; not for shopper types. Hide

Reviewed by Fiona 3rd August 2018

We had a wonderful holiday. The view from the cottage is simply outstanding, and saw lots of wildlife. An excellent property and would definitely recommend.

Reviewed by Stuart 13th July 2018

Path from parking area down to gate is VERY steep and dangerous especially when wet. Steps should be considered, but this should be made clear in the cottage details. The welcome pack consisted of a cheap bottle of white wine and a small carton of milk, already opened and therefore not to be trusted. On the positive side, the location is stunning aRead morend the daily morning and evening visit of the red deer was a delightful surprise. Hide

Reviewed by James 6th July 2018

This is the second time we've booked this cottage and we never get tired of it. This time round on the first day of arriving, I had the privilege of capturing on camera two Royal stag's at the back of the garden. On our last day I had captured a Golden eagle flying over the sea then sitting on the hill beside the cottage. I highly recommend this coRead morettage to everyone. There's so much you can do, plus the views are breathtaking. Hide

Reviewed by Mel 29th June 2018

If you want privacy, and dont mind steep hill incline back to car, then this is an excellent holiday retreat. Beware of ticks in the lawn, dont lie on the grass without protection

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