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It’s simple, we adore the location of An Teallach. There aren’t many better views than from this lovely holiday home. Sitting in the open-plan living room, wood burner fired up, dram in hand and sea view straight out the window.
Ground Floor: All on the ground floor.Open plan living space.Living area: With wood burner, Freeview Smart TV and patio doors leading to decking.Dining area.Kitchen area: With electric oven, electric hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, coffee machine and washing machine.Bedroom 1: With double bed and Freeview Smart TV.Bedroom 2: With double bed and Smart TV.Bedroom 3: With single bed, pull out single bed and Smart TV.Bathroom: With shower over bath, and toilet.
Oil central heating, electricity, bed linen, towels and Wi-Fi included. Travel cot available on request. Welcome pack and doggy extras.
Enclosed lawned garden with garden furniture. Private parking for 2 cars. No smoking.
An Teallach is a lovely, luxurious holiday home on the west coast of Scotland near to the village of Aultbea. Enjoying views out to sea over Loch Ewe, it’s the most wonderful getaway that everybody will fall for. The drive to An Teallach is a journey in the truest sense of the word. Memorable whether you arrive via the south or north. but when you do arrive at An Teallach that’s when you realise you’ve struck gold. The moment you see your view from the cottage is when you’ll stand so proud that you’ve booked this great holiday home.Entering into the cottage you arrive in the fantastic open-plan living space which really makes the most of the view, with large windows across the southern side of the property. The view is so good of the surrounding crofting land and nearby sea that you miss at first the cosy wood burner and Smart TV. The living area with outstanding tartan and leather sofas make for the most inviting of spaces that can be enjoyed year-round. The kitchen has everything you’ll need for your stay and the dining space is a nice place to gather after long days out exploring this brilliant part of the world.To the rear of the house - the leeward side! - you’ll find three bedrooms; two doubles and a single with high quality pull-out bed. Each bedroom has a Smart TV mounted on the wall. The garden is enclosed, making it perfect for dogs to visit with you, and as this property is ’more than dog friendly’, you’ll find other thoughtful additions to welcome your pets for their holiday.When staying at An Teallach you’ll find it difficult to leave, but we urge you to do so because there’s so much to see and do in the local area. Obviously there’s too much to mention here, but immediate highlights have to be the beaches, the amazing hillwalking and the nearby coastal villages. Sandy beaches include Mellon Charles, only a short walk away, Mellon Udrigle, accessible via Laide, Firemore, which is visible across Loch Ewe from the cottage, Big Sand near Gairloch, and Gairloch Beach itself near to the fantastic nine-hole golf course. Red Point is also amazing and you reach the isolated spot by going via the lovely village of Badachro, complete with its inn and gin distillery.An Teallach is named after the Munro An Teallach which is to the east of the cottage and we encourage you to adventure up it. The Fannichs are also nearby and worth "bagging". To the south between Gairloch and Torridon there are some iconic mountains, including Slioch and Beinn Eighe. And north of the cottage, beyond the port village of Ullapool the other-worldly landscape of Assynt-Coigach awaits your exploration.Aultbea is a nice wee village, and the Russian Arctic Convoy Exhibition is worth visiting as it gives you more information about the sea loch you look out on from the cottage - it’s full of world war history. The village also has the ever-important shop and places to eat and drink. But a little south Poolewe and Gairloch are bigger, still small though, and offer more places to visit and go for food and drink. Inverewe Garden in Poolewe and the Gairloch Museum in Gairloch are highly recommended.After days out exploring up mountains, along beaches, in museums and all along the NC500 you’ll be yearning to return to lovely An Teallach on the shores of Loch Ewe.
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