Enjoy views over Loch Torridon from the raised position of this lovingly converted church - the perfect unique bolthole for a family break in the Highlands.
A family home you’ll never want to leave, this converted church sits within a secluded plot in stunning surroundings on the shores of Loch Torridon, overlooked by the majestic figure of Beinn Alligin and the neighbouring peaks.
The house itself has been lovingly restored from church to cottage. Arrive via a set of steps, and you’ll see the facade blending prettily with the landscape, and inside the rooms are bright and spacious, with cosy country touches and elegant, natural decor.
On the ground floor, you’ll find the kitchen and handy boot room. A real country setup, the kitchen boasts a generous family table, all the equipment you could need to make meals for a pack of adventurers, and French doors leading out to a gravelled area, with spectacular views of the surrounding mountains. Further on this level is your double bedroom, a sweet, romantic room with en-suite, ideal for a little escape and some time with a good book.
On the first floor, two twin rooms offer delightful retreats, furnished with delicate colours and showing off the astounding views of the surrounding landscape. And, the heart of the home, you’ll find a bright, welcoming sitting room, the perfect place to cosy up in view of the hills and chat about the next day’s activities.
Outside the property is a small gravelled area with mountain views. Please note that the house is accessed via steep steps near the house and that parking is available down these steps and across a bridge.
Please note there is a refundable £250 security deposit for this property payable closer to the start of your holiday.