Holiday House Details
(20 reviews)
From £375 per week
Sleeps 6
4 bedrooms
1 double, 2 singles, 1 twin

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Weekly Rates

From DateTo DateWeekly RateDeposit
Sat 22 Jun 2019Fri 06 Sep 2019£475£145
Sat 07 Sep 2019Fri 20 Sep 2019£475£145
Sat 21 Sep 2019Fri 04 Oct 2019£425£130
Sat 05 Oct 2019Fri 25 Oct 2019£425£130
Sat 26 Oct 2019Fri 08 Nov 2019£375£115
Sat 09 Nov 2019Fri 20 Dec 2019£375£115
Sat 21 Dec 2019Fri 27 Dec 2019£470£145
Sat 28 Dec 2019Fri 03 Jan 2020£470£145
Sat 04 Jan 2020Fri 07 Feb 2020£375£115
Sat 08 Feb 2020Fri 03 Apr 2020£375£115
Sat 04 Apr 2020Fri 24 Apr 2020£425£130
Sat 25 Apr 2020Fri 22 May 2020£425£130
Sat 23 May 2020Fri 29 May 2020£475£145
Sat 30 May 2020Fri 19 Jun 2020£475£145
Sat 20 Jun 2020Fri 04 Sep 2020£475£145
Sat 05 Sep 2020Fri 25 Sep 2020£475£145
Sat 26 Sep 2020Fri 02 Oct 2020£425£130
Sat 03 Oct 2020Fri 23 Oct 2020£425£130
Sat 24 Oct 2020Fri 06 Nov 2020£375£115
Sat 07 Nov 2020Sun 20 Dec 2020£375£115
Mon 21 Dec 2020Sun 27 Dec 2020£470£145
Mon 28 Dec 2020Sun 03 Jan 2021£470£145


Corriekinloch stands in a picturesque rural setting, two miles into a remote Highland glen. This former shepherd’s cottage in the heart of the north west Highlands is found at the foot of a hill with a burn trickling past. It is a very peaceful pretty location and a perfect base from which to walk in the surrounding hills or fish for trout on Loch Shin. The northern coastline, with its rugged cliff tops and long sandy beaches, is within easy reach and this is a great area for exploring!

This idyllic Highland holiday property enjoys wonderful westerly views from the dining room from which fantastic sunsets can be seen. There is varied wildlife here and deer are often seen grazing around the cottage, making Corriekinloch a delightful holiday home, settled in the heart of the dramatic landscape of wonderfully wild Sutherland.



Ground floor:

Sitting room, kitchen, dining room, bathroom with shower over bath, WC & WHB.

First floor:

Double bedroom, twin bedroom, 2 single bedrooms.

Please note:

  • Private water supply.
  • No smoking in the cottage.
  • Pets by arrangement only and an extra charge of £20. Pets are restricted to the ground floor of the cottage and owners are responsible for tidying up after them.
  • Linen and towels not provided
  • Linen can be supplied by arrangement with the housekeeper at an extra charge


  • Village shop 20 miles.
  • Hotel & Bar 5 miles.
  • Dishwasher
  • DVD player
  • Electric cooker
  • Fridge/freezer
  • Linen and towels NOT provided, beds have duvets
  • Microwave
  • Oil fired heating - oil and electricity by meter reading
  • Private garden
  • TV with Freeview
  • Washing machine/dryer
  • Reviews

    (20 reviews)
    Corriekinloch reviews
    Really great location at the base of the corrie at the head of Loch Shin. Excellent base for fishing or for walking into the Ben More Assynt area. The caretaker and the estate factor could not have been more helpful, thank you.
    Mr Beattie - June 2019
    The lodge is fairly basic but it has everything you need. Fully equipped kitchen if you like to cook, eat and enjoy during your stay. It is clean, has oil fired central heating(payable extra as per meter, our week cost £32 in heating @55p per litre of oil), water is from burn, but it's safe to drink(tastes a bit different). Bathroom is basic but functional. Beds are clean and comfy-which was important to us. Scenery is amazing. If fishing and walking/trekking, cycling is something you enjoy this is a place for you. You have to prepare for the trip(food, toiletries etc) as there are no shops withing around 20 miles. There are some amazing beaches within 1hr drive, well worth venturing out. The only downside costing this review 1 star were: creaky noisy stairs(with bathroom being downstairs not ideal at night time), and single glazed windows/house insulation preventing the house getting warm (to our standard) just from CH system. Electric heater was provided, which was sufficient. The caretaker was very helpful, made the stay even more enjoyable.
    Mr Latocha - April 2019
    This was our second stay at Corriekinloch. We had a wonderful time and Marion made us feel very welcome. We were a few weeks later this year, and you could tell as the Midges were in abundance. No problem after a good application of Smidge, which works well as a deterrent. Roddy was a great help with the fishing and helped out if we needed anything. The river was low at first due to 3 weeks of no rain, but storm 'Hector' soon put that right! The cottage had some improvements and redecoration which made it all the more pleasant. We were out each day fishing, but it was nice to get home, have dinner then relax with a Dram. We hope to return in 2019.
    Mr Davis - June 2018
    A well maintained and very clean! cottage. Everything you need is provided for and the setting is absolutely stunning. Caretaker Marion provides a warm welcome and keeps the cottage in great shape! We also hired bedllinnen etc and the beds were made, plenty of great towels and even milk in the fridge, tea,coffee and biscuits were provided. :) We had a wonderfull week.
    Miss Van Beckhoven - July 2017
    I wish I could give this a 6 star rating, beautiful setting, amazing cottage, really clean and tidy, I went twice this year and already planning to return next year, fishing was outstanding.
    Mr Queen - July 2017
    Exceptional setting. Shame about the fixtures and fittings. No non-stick frying pan. No TV signal (just satellite radio) Electricity and oil should be included in a let this expensive.
    Prof Crawley - June 2017
    loved the property,, plenty to do no matter what the weather,, the only downfall was the midges but that cannot be helped!! Lovely and very helpful people :) hoping to return next year :)
    Mr Elvin - August 2015
    I always like to give a full review of the places we stay but I write this one after a good bit of soul searching. Should I say its not worth going? Should I say its wonderful? or should I just keep quiet? I decided in the end to tell the truth, If this review means I can’t get booked up next year I swear I will never write another lol A beautiful cottage at the back of a beautiful glen, so remote and peaceful. The cottage has had a few updates, we liked the Free Sat TV for Weather and News, the new Electric fire is cleaner than the old coal fire, We also noticed how well the redecorating has been done, the cottage is spotlessly clean, has all the Mod Cons Washing machine, tumble dryer, (we are told that it rains sometimes) even a proper Coffee machine, Corriekinloch is a comfortable base for seeing the Highlands. The Trout fishing is first class, Merkland, and Shin fished really well this year, we caught countless trout, nothing massive this trip but some really big fish cruising around in the late evening, if you enjoy your wild fishing then this is the place to go, put on your boots or waders and head off to fish Loch Shin from the far side, or the Merkland River, as well as many other lochs, hire a boat from the Overscaig for a day afloat. Fancy a family bike ride then you have 9 miles of tarmac single track road with few cars, ideal for a family day out. Clay pigeon shooting? Yes you can even book that. If you like hill walking then you will struggle to find a better place to go, just make sure you have a map, Compass and know how to use them. Late evening we always watch the herds of Red Deer come down off the hills, Bird life is always worth watching too, Dippers in the stream, Wagtails on the lawn, Raven, Buzzard, a rare sight of a Snipe, a glimpse of an Eagle. The haunting sound of Curlew. We got lucky this year as a decent breeze kept the Midges away. Take the wife and kids, take your pals or take your partner for a romantic break, whatever you are looking for you will find it here.
    Mr Queen - July 2015
    Fantastic as ever - quiet, serene, remote and beautiful. Loads to do in the area if you're a self-sufficient adventurer. Minor gripes: 1) a shame to have lost the open fire 2) its quietness occasionally spoiled by someone randomly attending the ponies 3) The Overscaig now only opens in the evenings so be aware. Its still 5 star and will go again!
    Dr Newton - June 2015
    Excellent stay, made very welcome, beautiful location stayed many times before.
    Rev. Tanner - June 2014
    Stunning setting, remote, very well equipped, this was my 3rd visit and if everyone keeps quiet about this cottage I should be able to book it again next year. we went for the Trout fishing and if we had wanted to we would not have needed to step out of the gate, Shin, Ghriama, Merkland and many more lochs and rivers. it's perfect for families, groups of hill walkers, anglers, wildlife watchers, and anyone seeking a quiet break. Nah its rubbish don't go ;-) or please keep a week for me.
    Mr Queen - July 2012
    Well appointed, clean and spacious, the cottage was ideal for our purpose of walking in the surrounding hills. Although on a working estate, it is very remote and a perfect place to enjoy the solitude. Suitable for those with a love of the outdoors.
    Mr Smith - June 2012
    CK cottage is located appoximatley 1 mile down a glen away from the main road and is perfect for getting away from it all in the depths of the Scottish Highlands. The cottage itself is quite basic but perfectly suitable for a base for a weeks hillwalking and fishing. Central heating and hot water is fuelled by oil that you have to pay for at the end of your stay along with electricity. The cottage is located in a situation where you can gain easy access to the hills such as Ben More Assynt, Beinn Leoid and Meallan a Chuail. Fishing in the surrounding hill lochans is productive and some nice fish can be bagged using traditional scottich loch methods. This was our first year at CK but will definitley be returning.
    Mr Mee - June 2012
    This is a great cottage for a getaway from everyone I got 45 fish for the week ideal holiday for fishers and hillwalkers
    Mr Hill - May 2012
    This is our 4th time at Corriekinloch. It's remote, fairly basic and perfect for a fishing holiday.
    Mr Prescott - July 2011
    this is about my 6th visit to corriekinloch i love the isolation and fishing in the hill loch above the cottage
    Mr Hill - June 2011
    The cottage is in a lovely setting at the bottom of the glen and is very private, it is in a perfect location for the fishing holiday that we were on.
    Mr Dunbar - April 2011
    The cottage is an ideal place for either a family or for a group of friend. The cottage was equiped with everything that we could hope for. Spacious inside and around the property for our kayaks. The scenery is wonderful and very private. The location is also central to everything we wished to do. Kayaking, Hiking, Cycling and driving to points of interest. I would recommend this place to anyone who wishes to see the Scottish higlands in its natural beauty. "industry Best".
    Mr Bayliss - April 2011
    If you're looking for a remote location, beautiful scenery, peace and quiet, look no further... Although we found the cottage not to be a very cosy one, there's lots of room and the scenery makes up for just about everything! Plenty of wildlife, great views of the loch, lots of deer coming down the hills in the evening, so don't forget to take your camera. Also, don't forget to do lots of shopping because the nearest shop is in Lairg, a 30 minute drive. In case of emergency: the Overscaig Hotel (just 10 minutes away) serves some very decent food.
    Mr Baake - June 2010
    Great cottage for fishing holiday and walking in the surronding area Cottage has all the basics required for its purpose
    Mr Hill - May 2010