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Heather Brae Cottage

Lochinver, The Highlands
Sleeps 2
Bedrooms 1
Bathrooms 1
Change Sat
No Dogs
3 star
Waterside views
Enclosed garden / patio
Open fire / woodburner
Pub nearby
Shop nearby
Fishing onsite / nearby
Towels included
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At a glance

  • A traditional cottage set in a beautiful Highlands location
  • This charming and cosy cottage offers stunning country views
  • A perfect base for walking, climbing, mountain biking and angling
  • An ideal romantic getaway in an unforgettable spot
  • Ideal for enjoying breathtaking rural walks and wildlife
  • Perfect for exploring this stunning and spectacular area of the Scottish Highlands
Property code: SU304

Ideally situated for exploring the beautiful Scottish Highlands, this traditional and welcoming cottage is perfectly positioned close to a picturesque bay with stunning views.

This traditional property affords a great location approximately half a mile from a picturesque bay and boasts gorgeous views of the surrounding landscape. A perfect romantic retreat for couples who wish to explore the Scottish Highlands, this cottage sits in an idyllic setting within the fishing port of Lochinver - a pretty spot between the waterside and the majestic mountains of Suilven and Canisp at the heart of Assynt. The location has plenty of opportunities for visitors looking to explore Scotland on foot, bicycle or by car. There are even opportunities for those of you who are more adventurous and who enjoy kayaking and climbing.

This spacious cottage has been decorated in a traditional style with a homely and welcoming lounge which boasts an open fire (available on request) - perfect for romantic evenings during the winter months. In the lounge you will also find several comfortable leather sofas, TV, Hi-Fi and a small table and chair; the blankets and cushions give this space a real cosy feel. The large kitchen/diner provides plenty of space to prepare your meals. This room is fully equipped with everything you will need including an oven, washing machine and microwave. The twin bedroom is classic in style with white walls and a traditional ornate fireplace. There is a bathroom with shower over bath too.

The super pretty garden area provides beautiful views and an idyllic setting from which to enjoy the sunshine and scenery. This enclosed space has a pond and seating area which overlooks the village.

  • 1 twin bedroom.
  • Kitchen with electric oven and hob, fridge/freezer, washing machine and microwave
  • Lounge with TV and hi-fi
  • Bathroom with shower cubicle and WC
  • Lounge with open fire (available by prior request)
  • Enclosed garden with pond and seating area
  • Electric and initial supply solid fuel included
  • Regret no pets
  • Regret no short breaks
  • Off-street parking
  • Lochinver village restaurants, pub and shops within walking distance

The property is located in an area which provides ample walking opportunities. Explore on foot or cycle along the roads to experience some of the prettiest views in Scotland. Lochinver has plenty to offer its visitors. Here you will find a host of fantastic restaurant choices as well as craft shops, pubs and grocery shops all within 1 mile from the property.

Slightly further afield (approximately 19 miles from the property) you can explore the Assynt Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty which is a paradise for outdoor lovers. Here you can experience some of the best hikes in the area and if you're ready for a challenge, you can climb to the Assynt Viewpoint, where the panoramic vistas will take your breath away.

If you have a car you can travel a little further along the scenic single-track road (approximately 17 miles) to the coast of Kylesku, which not only boasts spectacular scenery but an award-winning bridge too, which is largely considered an architectural feat.

If you're looking to escape city life and experience the heart of Scotland, then this property won't disappoint. Ideal for relaxing getaways, the location is quiet enough for couples looking for a cosy retreat yet close enough to many of the areas' local attractions.

This property is personally managed by Fiona.


From guests that have stayed at the property.

Based on 11 guest ratings

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Reviewed by Veronica 3rd August 2019

Heatherbrae is situated in a perfect location and community of Lochinver - a great base for exploring both the northern parts of the highlands as well as going south. The 360 views from up on the hills were breath-taking. The place is everything a country cottage should be in terms of history and style. The bathroom is modern and clean with a greatRead more shower. The garden is almost magical in places. Mobile phone reception was very good and no internet access a refreshing change! A great place! Hide

Reviewed by David 29th June 2019

Perfect for our purposes. The lack of Wi-fi was not a problem for us as there was good mobile signal with 3 and EE networks.

Reviewed by Nick 8th September 2018

Situated in the village of Lochinver, the picture is a little misleading as it gives the impression the cottage is secluded and alone rather than on a suburban street. However it's a nice enough little cottage, warm and quiet despite the somewhat extreme weather over the last two weeks. We had an enjoyable holiday, without worrying too much about tRead morehe specifics of the cottage itself. Some guests will find the lack of mobile reception or any internet access a drawback. Hide

Reviewed by Philipp 14th July 2018

A cosy and rather comfortable cottage with parking next to the property and just five minutes by foot away from the small village with its few pubs and shops. Very relaxing!

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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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