Hot Tubs Under Starry Skies at West Coast Hideaways
Gorgeous, luxurious and utterly unique - three self-catering romantic shepherds huts with wood burning stoves, hot tubs under starry skies, jaw dropping sea & mountain views, abandoned castles and where wild deer graze the croft land.
West Coast Hideaways
Nedd, Drumbeg, Lairg, Scotland
Three luxurious shepherd huts, Iris, Handa and Rowan offering gorgeous en-suite accommodation for two, including rainfall showers, log burning stoves, fully fitted kitchens with oak worktops, king size beds and large picture windows showcasing the magnificent sea and mountain views. Each individual shepherd hut has its own personality, giving a unique stay every time. Outdoors living at West Coast Hideaways offers a relaxing space beside each hut with a wood-burning hot tub, outside dining furniture and BBQ for alfresco dining.
The family croft has stunning sea views out over Loch Nedd looking out to Lower Badcall, Scourie, Handa island and to the distant mountain peaks of Fionaven, Arkle. and Ben Stack enjoying commanding views over the dramatic Western side of Quinag, a mountain that dominates the horizon in this part of Assynt. Whether you are touring the fabulous North Coast 500 route or simply wanting to get away from the hustle and bustle of modern living, the Assynt region makes a perfect base to explore. The North West Highlands are blessed with some of the most awe-inspiring scenery anywhere, from soaring mountains to turquoise seas with white sandy beaches and deep glens, it has everything.
A stay at West Coast Hideaways will leave you spoiled for choice, whether it's relaxed strolls along pristine beaches, lochside walking or hiking high into the mountains. The Quinag, a magnificent mountain which dominates the view over the croft to the east has three peaks Spidean Coinich, Sail Gorm and Sail Gharbh which can be tackled separately or for the more energetic in one day. A popular walk with clear paths, you can find the car park on the A894 about 25mins drive from the huts. The more competent climber can tackle Suilven, one of Scotland's finest & easily identifiable mountains, Suilven has an iconic status, set amongst the cnoc & loch landscape of Assynt. Park in Lochinver, the start of the walk is just past Glencansip Lodge. Other great mountain walks close by are Canisp, Cul Mor & Cul Beag and for the munro baggers amongst you Cornival and Ben More Assynt which can be reached from Inchnadamph.
With fabulous beaches, lochs and impressive waterfalls in abundance, a short drive from your hut, heading towards Lochinver on the B869, you can find Clashnessie beach (20 minute's drive) - set in a rocky inlet, the beach is a deep crescent of beautiful sand, a short walk upstream leads to Clashnessie falls. There's also Clachtoll beach (25 minute's drive) a stunning beach and within a short walk to the ancient stone aged Broch. Or Achmelvich beach (35 minute's drive) a renowned beach with crystal white sand and turquoise sea. A ‘must do' stop on the NC500 touring route and the North West Highlands snorkel trail. Further afield heading north across the Kylesku bridge are the beautiful beaches of Oldshoremore, Polin beach and the stunning Sandwood bay. A little further afield towards the Summer Isles is Stac Polly (Stac Pollaidh ) which is great walk with stunning views.
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