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Badachro, The Highlands
Sleeps 8
Bedrooms 4
Bathrooms 3
Change Sat
No Dogs
4 star
Downstairs bedroom
Downstairs bathroom
Waterside views
Enclosed garden / patio
Internet access
Pub nearby
Beach within easy reach
Travel cot available
Highchair available
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At a glance

  • Spacious four bedroom detached house with spectacular views over Badachro harbour
  • Large enclosed private garden with south-facing patio
  • Sunroom extension to snuggle up in on those wintery days
  • Idyllic and peaceful location yet close to shops and amenities
  • Situated within walking distance to the pretty harbour waterfront
  • Gailoch Bay is 6 miles away and provides you with an array of shops, restaurants and exciting activities
Property code: CA238

This lovingly converted detached house is an ideal spot to enjoy the coastal village of Badachro and surrounding areas. Located in a peaceful setting with stunning views over the harbour.

This delightful property is set in an idyllic location on the west coast of Scotland and offers breathtaking views across Badachro Bay. With plenty of space for eight guests with an additional infant, it’s a lovely holiday retreat which makes a fabulous base for exploring this beautiful and secluded area. It is also a marvellous base for keen walkers and climbers, with plenty in the area to explore and enjoy including long coastal walks, spectacular lochs and remote mountains - with chances for activities even including kayaking and mountain biking. With nearby destinations like Inverewe Gardens and the glorious Loch Maree to explore, the cottage makes a great hideaway. There are also plenty of pubs and restaurants to relax in as you uncover this breathtaking region.

This bright, airy and inviting property has been attractively decorated in light, soothing and neutral tones. Furnishings include a tasteful choice of comfortable furniture, with plenty of attention to detail and a refreshing sense of space throughout the house. The highlight of the property is the magnificent sunroom which has been specially designed to make the most of the stunning scenery of this haunting part of the western coast.

Entering this wonderful property, you will find the pretty lounge. With a lovely view, plenty of seating and TV, this is an ideal space for relaxing in at the end of a great day discovering this fantastic area. Exploring this lovely retreat further, you’ll find the beautifully designed kitchen has been fully equipped and is perfect for preparing your favourite meals. The kitchen also features an attractive breakfast table, and leads into a larger dining room which is perfect for enjoying a special family meal. The large sunroom, with its large windows and exposed ceiling beams, makes a wonderful space for the family to sit back in while enjoying the views and chatting about the day. The ground floor also has a delightful and comfortable twin bedroom along with a shower room.

Going upstairs, the first floor offers three more light, simple and cosy bedrooms. The charming double bedroom has its own en-suite shower room, and the delightful second double room and the pretty twin room share the main bathroom.

Stepping outside via the dining room French doors, the lovely south-facing patio is furnished with a choice of outdoor furniture, allowing you to unwind with a BBQ, an al fresco meal or a glass or two of wine in the evening. The delightful garden is fully enclosed.

  • 4 bedrooms - on the ground floor is 1 twin, on the first floor is 1 master double, 1 further double and 1 twin
  • 3 bathrooms – on the ground floor is 1 large shower room and separate WC, on the first floor is 1 en-suite shower room and WC (to the master double) and 1 family bathroom with shower over bath and WC
  • Electric oven and hob, microwave, dishwasher and fridge/freezer
  • Utility room with washing machine/dryer
  • TV, DVD
  • Sunroom with TV and CD player
  • Wi-Fi included
  • Ample off-road parking
  • Large secluded south-facing patio area
  • 1 dog welcome
  • Nearest pub is The Bacharo Inn on the waterfront 0.6 miles from the property
  • Nearest shop is 6 miles

The picturesque village of Badachro (0.5 miles) is ideally situated for exploring the spectacular countryside and rugged coastlines of Wester Ross. Badachro features a number of useful shops and a fantastic inn which serves great food. Nearby attractions include the Badachro Distillery (1 mile) and the popular Shellfish Safaris which leave from Dry Island (1.5 miles). Also, within easy reach are the famous Inverewe Gardens (12 miles). Here you will find a vibrant and beautiful haven of unusual and colourful plants and trees – including the enormous Californian redwoods – with chances to spot a range of wildlife including red squirrels, red deer, otters, seals and golden eagles. There are wonderful beaches including Red Point (6 miles) and Gairloch (6.5 miles). Gairloch is a pretty coastal village with shops and a number of great places to eat and drink, and is also home to a fascinating museum looking at life in these isolated parts. This is a great base for a wide range of activities including walking, hill-walking, climbing, shooting and stalking, with a number of vast estates nearby including Letterewe (13 miles) and Coulin (25 miles). You can also explore Loch Maree (9 miles), Poolewe (12 miles), Kinlochewe (20.5 miles) and Aultbea (18.5 miles).

This property is personally managed by Carol.

Guest comments

Reviewed by Mrs Collier June 2019

The house itself is beautiful, plenty of seating and very airy, a lovely sun room, plenty of kitchenware, crockery & cutlery. The problem was the cooker, there was no separate grill, the grill was the top of the oven which meant that you couldn't use the grill if the oven was on and visa versa. This was not such a big problem for us as only 3 peoplRead moree could actually make the trip due to illness but as the house sleeps 8 it could cause problems for others. We were surprised that the downstairs room was a twin not a double and that this room had very little furniture to hang clothes etc. The garden is enclosed so perfect for dogs, unfortunately ours didn't make the journey because of the family illness but I'm sure she would have enjoyed exploring it. Hide

Reviewed by Ms Munro May 2018

A great house for a group of friends walking and catching up. House warm and welcoming, bedrooms spacious and comfortable and the three bathrooms especially welcome. The kitchen/dining room a natural congregation spot. Plenty of storage space, room to hang coats leave boots &c. Extremely well insulate against the elements, with maximum advantage taRead moreken of the views on to mountains and sea. Even the weather played ball (more or less), though we sadly just missed the early summer scorcher in late May! Hide

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