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The Uphouse

Kinlochbervie (3mls SW), The Highlands
Sleeps 2
Bedrooms 1
Bathrooms 1
Change Sat
Dogs welcome 3
3 star
Downstairs bedroom
Downstairs bathroom
Waterside views
Enclosed garden / patio
Open fire / woodburner
Fishing onsite / nearby
Towels included
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At a glance

  • Adjoined to the delightful owner’s house with stunning sea and mountain views from the cottage
  • A lovely cosy romantic retreat is ideal for those looking to getaway for peace, quiet and tranquillity
  • Kinlochbervie the skyline is dominated by the mountains of Foinaven, Arkle and Ben Stack
  • Ideal base for Munro baggers and climbers with classic hills like Stac Pollaidh, Cul Mhor and Suilven
  • Amidst the spectacular scenery in the North West coast of Scotland the area is rich in sea life and wildlife
  • The coastline is interspersed with sandy bays, stroll along the golden sands of Oldshoremore
Property code: 35910

This charming semi-detached cottage benefits from magnificent mountain and loch views, situated on the wild unspoiled North West Coast of Scotland, ideal for those looking for peace, quiet and tranquillity

This delightful, semi-detached cottage occupies a remote location on the unspoilt West Coast of Scotland, offering guests the opportunity to go off-grid and appreciate the simpler things in life such as stunning scenery and wonderful wildlife. With no phone signal or Wi-Fi, you will have little choice but to sit back and relax. Overlooking the beautiful Loch a Chadh-fi, the views are breathtaking and the sunset is spectacular on a clear night. Despite its isolated position, you are only 7.5 miles from the small, fishing village of Kinlochbervie, where the hotel offers meals. You also have the choice of eating out at the Rhiconich Hotel (3.5 miles). With endless walking opportunities on your doorstep, you’ll be spoilt for choice. Other activities are also available such as climbing, cycling and fishing (permits can be obtained from the owner).

This lodge-style cottage is accessed via some stone steps. On entering, you will appreciate how the exposed wood panelling creates a homely feel, whilst the exposed beams and stone fireplace add character. The lounge/diner is a good-size with panoramic views across the loch, whilst the wood burner is perfect for snuggling up in front of. The kitchen is modest, yet well-equipped, and has a utility area for washing muddy kit. Wall-hangings add rustic charm to the double bedroom, which is in keeping with the rural surroundings.

Outside, there is a garden which is shared with the owner’s friendly dog and a seating area where you can sit and immerse yourself in the view.

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

  • 1 double bedroom
  • Kitchen: with electric oven and hob, fridge, freezer, dishwasher and microwave
  • Utility area: with washing machine and tumble dryer
  • Lounge: with woodburner, dining table and chairs and TV/DVD
  • Electric, central heating and logs included
  • All pets welcome, dogs are to be kept under control when exploring nearby countryside and on a lead where necessary
  • Enclosed garden which is shared with the owner's friendly dog.
  • Outside seating area
  • Loch fly fishing permits can be obtained directly from owner.
  • Restaurant and pub 2 miles, shops 5 miles
  • Arrival: 4pm

The main attraction in this area is undoubtedly the abundance of wildlife and natural beauty on offer. With rocky coastlines, unspoilt beaches, turquoise sea, vast lochs and distant mountains, you will not tire of the wonderful scenery, whether you're exploring it on foot, on wheels or from behind the lens of a camera. In particular, Oldshoremore beach (9.5 miles) is worth a visit and there's a circular walking route from here taking in the interesting coastline and hidden bays. The most north-westerly village in British mainland, Durness, is 18 miles away which offers a wonderful setting for a range of activities. 5 miles south of the property in Ardmore, you'll find Ridgway Adventure which offers a bespoke range of adventures to suit your interest and ability.

This property is personally managed by Fiona.


From guests that have stayed at the property.

Based on 7 guest ratings

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Reviewed by Lea 26th October 2019

The cottage is in an ideal situation with the lounge window overlooking the loch. Easy access for all grades of walks. Phone and internet connection five minutes drive. Very private but owners on hand if required.

Reviewed by Michael 14th September 2019

For people who like solitude and spectacular scenery this is idyllic. There are great walks and places for dogs to swim within 20 miles and a good restaurant , the Old School House.

Reviewed by Sally 20th July 2019

We had an amazing holiday, the location was really peaceful and beautiful, with lots of nature all around. The owners, next door were really friendly and helpful, but not intrusive on our privacy. The cottage was beautiful and comfortable and we felt very at home. Great views from the windows. Lots of things to do in the area, for all weathers. We Read morehad a heatwave, the beaches were beautiful, clean with white sands and clear cooling sea, and very quiet. Hide

Reviewed by Caroline 22nd June 2019

This is a very comfortable house in a beautifully remote location, with wonderful views and everything you could possibly want by way of equipment etc. Very friendly and helpful hosts (and dog!) next door. The fact that there is no internet connection and no phone signal makes for a complete break from normal busy-ness.

Reviewed by Manon 1st June 2019

Lovely welcome from Graeme, Lynne and Lucy their lovely dog. Dog friendly property with lovely open fire. Very cozy property with all you could need. Well appointed kitchen for my home cooking needs. Fabulously peaceful location with long walks and fishing straight from the door. Thank you for a lovely stay.

Reviewed by Shona 25th May 2019

Idyllic place to stay if you want to get away from it all. No internet, plenty wildlife and friendly next door dog, if you don't mind her in the house leave the door open, otherwise keep door closed. Neighbours very obliging

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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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