An Teallach is a comfortable, 3-bedroom house located in Strathcarron in the north west of Scotland. At just over 1 hour’s drive from Inverness, and located amongst stunning scenery, it is the perfect base to explore the surrounding castles, mountains, coastlines and villages.
Built to a high specification in 2006, the well-equipped cottage SLEEPS 6 in three bedrooms (1 king, 1 double and 1 twin). It is perfect for family holidays, mixed groups or couples and those who love the outdoors or exploring will appreciate its facilities at the end of a long day. The large sitting room has a lovely open fire for those chilly nights and the modern kitchen has a large dining table and wall mounted map around which to plan the next day’s activities. There is a bathroom on the ground floor and a shower room on the first floor complete with power shower. Being Scotland, you may just get wet at some point, so there are plenty of places to dry off wet clothes in a large heated porch and in a utility room with washing machine and tumble dryer. There is WI-FI throughout the house. Outside, there is a west facing garden to take advantage of the sunsets with a picnic bench and barbeque. Well-behaved dogs are welcome and owners will appreciate the fully enclosed garden.
Located in the village square, the cottage is only 100 metres from both the Strathcarron Hotel and the local railway station. The welcoming hotel sells excellent food and local beers. The railway station is part of the famous Inverness to Kyle of Lochalsh line which has been voted as one of the top 5 railway journeys in the world. Strathcarron is only 3 miles from Lochcarron where there are further restaurants and an excellent and well-stocked shop.
The cottage is excellently placed to explore the famous Eilean Donan Castle, Applecross peninsula, Plockton and Isle of Skye. Closer to hand, the famous Attadale Gardens are just 5 minutes from the cottage. For those who love hillwalking, there is access to 20 Munros and 15 Corbetts within 30 minutes’ drive of the cottage including the peaks in Torridon, Kintail and around Achnashellach.