Holiday House Details
Coulin Farmhouse
(27 reviews)
From £690 per week
Sleeps 8
4 bedrooms
2 doubles, 2 twins

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Weekly Rates

From DateTo DateWeekly RateDeposit
Sun 23 Jun 2019Sat 07 Sep 2019£1,000£300
Sun 08 Sep 2019Sat 21 Sep 2019£930£280
Sun 22 Sep 2019Sat 05 Oct 2019£900£270
Sun 06 Oct 2019Sat 26 Oct 2019£900£270
Sun 27 Oct 2019Sat 09 Nov 2019£780£235
Sun 10 Nov 2019Sat 21 Dec 2019£690£210
Sun 22 Dec 2019Sat 28 Dec 2019£1,000£300
Sun 29 Dec 2019Sat 04 Jan 2020£1,020£310
Sun 05 Jan 2020Sat 08 Feb 2020£705£215
Sun 09 Feb 2020Sat 04 Apr 2020£795£240
Sun 05 Apr 2020Sat 25 Apr 2020£915£275
Sun 26 Apr 2020Sat 23 May 2020£915£275
Sun 24 May 2020Sat 30 May 2020£945£290
Sun 31 May 2020Sat 20 Jun 2020£945£290
Sun 21 Jun 2020Sat 05 Sep 2020£1,030£310
Sun 06 Sep 2020Sat 26 Sep 2020£945£290
Sun 27 Sep 2020Sat 03 Oct 2020£915£275
Sun 04 Oct 2020Sat 24 Oct 2020£915£275
Sun 25 Oct 2020Sat 07 Nov 2020£795£240
Sun 08 Nov 2020Mon 21 Dec 2020£705£215
Tue 22 Dec 2020Mon 28 Dec 2020£1,030£310
Tue 29 Dec 2020Mon 04 Jan 2021£1,045£410


Coulin Farmhouse deep in the confines of Coulin Estate is surrounded by beautiful secluded Scottish glens providing sensational views of lochs, forests, moorland and mountains from every vantage.

Accessed by a 2.5 mile track, this self catering holiday property is charming. It has been extensively refurbished to a high standard and yet the traditional features have been maintained. From the original pine clad sitting room with its welcoming open fire to the light spacious modern bathrooms and kitchen. All of the bedrooms are located on the first floor, each offering a unique view of the spectacular surrounding countryside.

Immediately outside the farmhouse is a large area of enclosed ground including a lawn making a safe play area for children. Beyond is spectacular scenery making it easily one of the most beautiful parts of Scotland. Coulin overlooks Beinn Eighe Nature Reserve and neighbours Glen Torridon - home to some of Scotland’s most dramatic mountains and within easy reach of Loch Maree, Inverewe Gardens and the lovely sandy beaches around Gairloch. Those who appreciate wildlife and enjoy walking and fishing (by arrangement with the estate) will truly be in heaven here. Coulin Farmhouse, situated in the delightful county of Ross and Cromarty, is a first class holiday cottage, providing a fantastic base from which to explore all the west of Scotland has to offer.

Smaller parties welcome - rent on application.

For smaller parties you will find Torran Cottage on the same estate as Coulin Farmhouse.



Ground Floor: Sitting room with open fire, study with open fire and single sofa bed, kitchen/dining room, utility room, shower room with WHB and WC.

First Floor: Two kingsize bedrooms, two twin bedrooms, two bathrooms each with bath, WHB and WC.

Please Note:

  • One dog only and restricted to utility room.
  • Sleeps 8 plus 1.
  • Short breaks by arrangement.


  • Shops/pub:
  • 5.5 miles
  • Dishwasher
  • Electric oven, gas hob and hot plate
  • Freezer
  • Fridge
  • Linen and towels provided
  • Oil fired central heating - electric, oil and gas included
  • Open fire - complimentary solid fuel
  • Private garden
  • Private parking
  • Telephone
  • Travel cot available on request
  • Tumble dryer
  • TV with Freeview
  • Washing machine
  • 1 Pet only - £20.00 charge per Week per Pet. Restricted to utility room
  • Reviews

    (27 reviews)
    Coulin Farmhouse reviews
    Great time there. Extremely clean and well looked after. fully equipped. two suggestions: 1- provision of a fire pit for having fire outside 2- A gazebo for the back garden, as its mostly raining so we can still enjoy the weather - couldn't be better if its fly/midgets proof/ netted.
    Dr Khan - July 2019
    We had a very happy week at Coulin Farmhouse with our grown up children. The house was perfect and had every thing we needed. The gravel driveway was slow but in good condition and no problem at all. We did a couple of great walks from the house and very successful day trips to Applecross and Diabaig. Excellent lunch spots in both places. Also did a couple of extreme walks and bagged a couple Munros! Lots of good walk info at house and we also had fun doing a challenging puzzle.
    Ms Sherwood - July 2019
    The house was the perfect place to stay. It's not only located in a beautiful spot but it also offers all amentities we could hope for. Communication with the caretaker went well and he gave us some useful tips. It's only a pity we only stayed for three days (or rather two) days. Definitely a place to visit again!
    Mr Schlindwein - June 2019
    Recent refurbishment raised the quality of accommodation to new heights! Setting lovely and great for biking,fishing,climbing and appreciation of native woodland,rivers and lochs. Neil couldn’t have been more helpful especially in making a room suitable for a disabled guest in a wheelchair. Excellent family accommodation with washing and drying facilities. Coulin is a special gem of a place with so much beauty and interest in a small area easily accessed by all ages.
    Mr Simpson - May 2019
    Mr Rous - May 2019
    Coulin Farmhouse exceeded our expectations, the photographs on the website don't do it justice. We had a fantastic week with great family walks and bike rides from the door step with stunning mountain views. The farmhouse was extremely comfortable with everything you need. The wifi signal is weak but that's what you expect for being in such a remote location. We will be definitely coming back.
    Mrs Stirling-aird - April 2019
    We have visited Coulin estate on many occasions, our recent visit was once again fabulous. Everything is just right for a restful, revitalising holiday...from the beautifully presented accommodation, to the outstanding scenery and the support from Simon and Neil. The farmhouse has everything you could want, it is fully equipped, spotlessly clean, huge (!) and is a great vantage point to see the incoming deer of an evening. The large gardens provide a safe environment to sit out on when it gets dark and watch the stars , see the milky way and even the Aurora borealis on one occasion. No visit is complete without a trip to the 'tea house' and the Easan Dorcha waterfall, returning home to the farmhouse and log fire to eat and relax. Just fabulous.
    Mrs Morrison - March 2019
    Having recently returned from a weeks holiday in this farmhouse we can only describe it as fasntastic. The farmhouse itself is stunning, exceptionally clean and warm. All the rooms are of a high standard and very comfortable. The cutlery was that clean, it dazzled you when opening the draw and all the plates dishes etc matched and there was plenty of it. The enclosed garden was spacious - an absolute delight for our two dogs. The Estate itself has lots of walking tracks as well as nearby places to visit for walking from mountains to forests and beaches. The two caretakers for the Estate are very friendly and exceptionally helpful, nothing is too much trouble. We would highly recommend this farmhouse to anyone seeking a holiday in a remote location away from the hustle and bustle of every day life and we will certainly return in the near future. Steve, Deb, Pete, Jen and Harley and Maddy the two Flatcoats
    Miss Barlow - February 2019
    It is a truly magical place hidden in a beautiful valley on a hunting estate. The house is newly renovated and everything is to the highest standard. The housekeeper is a great guy and he takes care of everything to make your stay as lovely as possible. We recommend a 4 by 4 because the road to the house is quite bumpy (we even got a flat tire in the middle of our stay because of a sharp rock) but other than that it was perfect.
    Mr Plojhar - December 2018
    Excellent - everything we expected and lots more. The location is fantastic, especially if you want to hike/walk/run - the landscape right on the doorstep is staggeringly rugged and beautiful. The property itself is of a very high standard - beautifully decorated, well stocked with linen and everything else you need and maintained inside and out to a really high standard. Only slight downside is no cell service and very spotty internet access on the wifi - overall we decided this wasn't a bad thing but there were times (checkin for flights, buying ferry tickets) when it was a bit of a pain.
    Mr Lund - August 2018
    We thoroughly enjoyed our stay at Coulin Farmhouse. The house itself is very well kept, spacious, very clean (even to our Swiss physicians high standards), equipped with whatever you might need but not over-stuffed, and everything is clean and works; the surroundings are obviously regularly mended and looked after, perfect. We particularly enjoyed the fire places with the prepared fires that even we Fire-Dummies could start with one match. For us as a middle-aged couple with a dog, the location was just stupendous, in the middle of nowhere in a fantastic landscape, ideal for people with a car in search of some peace and quiet, and for great hiking/walking tours. Of course, the distance to Kinlochewe (next Pub or (small) shopping location, several miles on a bumpy road) and Gairloch (40miles, supermarket, banks etc) is far, but we knew that beforehand, and it's all a question of planning. Of course, it was cold for a summer holiday (12-15°C) and raining a lot, but we knew about that risk also beforehand and had the right clothes, and the central heating was working and efficient, so no problem with that either. Of course, there were midgets, but here again the right equipment (Autan Spray, Nobite for the Clothes) helped a lot. Coulin Farmhouse exceeded our expectations and reconciled us with a previous experience two weeks beforehand further south in Scotland. Thanks to Gillian, Neill and Simon for looking so well after the property (and their guests).
    Mrs Haener - July 2015
    Wonderful situation - great accommodation - helpful people. The Coulin Farmhouse situated on the Coulin Estate has the sole disadvantage of being about 2 miles off the Kinlockewe to Torridon Road, along a stoney track. But the track has been improved since last year and presents no particular problem other than being slow. But that hardly matters when the scenery is so fine, with two lochs and hills on the opposite side of the glen. There is a great view of Beinn Eighe from the house and stunning vistas of Liathach and Beinn Eighe across Loch Clair. For the climber or hill walker, the challenges of these two mountains are right on your doorstep, and Beinn Alligin and many others not much further away. There is fine walking on the estate, not least Beinn Liath Mhor and its neighbours. The wider area of Torridon and Loch Maree present wonderful walks and vistas even in poor weather. It's about 20-25 minutes by car to Kinlochewe which, though a tiny place, has a couple of shops, a hotel and bunkhouse, and the popular Whistle Stop café. It's the sort of place you could come back to year after year. We have been twice and would consider it again.
    Mr Rowland - May 2015
    The Coulin Farmhouse was clean and comfortable and had all the facilities that you would want to make it a "home from home". Simon from the estate was very helpful. The main reason to choose this property however is the location which is amazing. Set 2.5 miles down an estate track, this really does feel like you are in the middle of nowhere. We spent most of our days walking on the paths and tracks of the estate, the circular walk to Achnashellach station (about 10.5 miles in total) was particularly enjoyable. It's worth noting the previous comments about the track leading to the property but we managed to negotiate it in a fairly low car by taking it very slowly (walking pace) and picking our way carefully. We really enjoyed our stay here and intend to return.
    Mr Hopkinson - May 2015
    We all had a great week at Coulin. Really good to be right in the heart of the mountains. Recommend the tea rooms in Torridon and Nanny's in Shieldaig. House was really warm and comfortable. Simon on the estate was very helpful.
    Mr Eadie - April 2015
    As we have stayed at the farmhouse the last 3 years we knew what to expect the rooms are very comfortable good size living room kitchen etc. Nothing is to much for Neil and Simon if you need anything, and our intention is o return again next year. The location makes it ideal for walkers, fishing and watching wild life nearest shop is in the village at Kinlochewe which also has a petrol station and hotel if you want to eat out or can go further afield to Torridon and the hotel there. As stated it is good for all ages if you like the outdoor life style and not looking for too much in the way of shops so take everything with you unless you are happy to travel about.
    Mr Tannock - June 2014
    The accomodation is excellent with plenty space to spread out and good facilities (excellent drying room although we luckily hadn't much use for it). The views of Beinn Eighe are stunning and the general area is glorious. There are walks for all abilities literally from the door with plenty wildlife to keep younger ones interested. Our group has been out each year for over ten years and this was the best property/location we have used. The only downside (and you may see it as an upside) is the drive in. Be prepared for a bumpy ride, particularly if you have not got a lot of clearance. It's well worth it!
    Mr Stobie - June 2014
    Coulin is a very special place and the Farmhouse is a wonderful place to stay. Very comfortable and well appointed. We could not have enjoyed ourselves more and will come back for sure. To stay somewhere like this in such a beautiful setting was just magical.
    Mr Wright - June 2014
    This was a return visit to Coulin for us and once again it was magic. Great to see Neil and Simon again and helpful/kind as always. Nothing prepares you for the view of Beinn Eighe from the front door of Coulin, it's breathtaking. If you like walks, cycling, the outdoors and total peace then Coulin is for you. We love this place and will return again and again. The House is a great layout, family friendly, cosy living room all prefect. So many good places to eat in the area. Kinlochewe Hotel has excellent food and really good with families. So much to see and do in Wester Ross you'll never be bored, but to be honest we simply love Coulin it's self.
    Mr Young - April 2014
    Very comfortable house with excellent help from caretakers. Very good cafe at Kinlochewe called Whistle Stop Cafe with varied home cooked menu.
    Mr Hives - October 2013
    Coulin Farmhouse provided a peaceful and spacious base for our family holiday leading up to the Celtman 2013 extreme triathlon. The house sits on the Colin Pass running route so afforded an excellent position to base the family support team. The house is a few km down an un-metalled singletrack road so guests who have 'precious' cars should be advised of the access type beforehand. Thanks for a pleasant holiday base.
    Mr Hicks - June 2013
    This is our second time at the farmhouse and we had a very enjoyable experience, thanks to Neil and Simon for helping in this.
    Mr Tannock - June 2013
    A lovely house in a wonderful position on the Coulin Estate. Easy access to west coast for day trips. New this year in nearby Kinlochewe is an excellent cafe/restaurant called "Whistle Stop"with good menu for snacks and meals. Bring you own wine !
    Mr Hives - October 2012
    We found the house to be well equipped, the drying rooms were much appreciated and the outside ideal for children, the deer past the house at night were a bonus. However, I must say that the house was very dirty - the bins, dishwasher and cooker very greasy, and I am no stickler myself! Most of all, the beds were sour smelling making all the bedrooms most unpleasant to sleep in. The linen was clean but the beds were really past their use. The house needs a deep clean and is the most unpleasant (as regards cleanliness) of all the many of your properties we have stayed in. I suspect there have been too many all male parties in there, so cannot tick any of the boxes below.
    Owners Response: "Thank you for your comments which were helpful in highlighting some unsatisfactory points which have been attended to. There have not been any previous complaints about the beds which are, of course, always made up with fresh linen for each changeover. The Estate Staff are always available to deal with any problems."
    Mrs Greaves - May 2012
    The location in the Torridon mountains is second to none (though I may be a little biased here). At Coulin the cottage is superb throughout with plenty of space for all your needs. The factor ( Mr Morrison) was absolutely perfect and helped with anything that arose during our week stay. A cottage that I would highly recommend to anyone. Situated perfectly for hillwalkers and fishers alike.
    Mr Donnelly - May 2012
    Nestled in the heart of Torridon, the Coulin Farmhouse is an ideal tranquil retreat for a small group or family to get away from it all. You're surrounded by brilliant scenery and unique vistas. The house is of excellent quality, open fires, big kitchen, comfortable beds and two living rooms to spread out in. Being well off the road means that it's very, very quiet and there's no light pollution to interfere with stargazing. Highly recommended.
    Mr Tipple - April 2012
    Thoroughly enjoyed our holiday. Remote and peacefull yet easy to eat out every evening at difference locations.
    Mrs Kermode - August 2011
    Lovely to have a cottage located on an estate where the public cannot drive. This opened up lots of walking to us. The farmhouse was lovely - loads of space. Some people may be put off by the drive from the road
    Mrs Appuhamy - June 2010