While the property is in a beautifully remote location, there are amenities nearby, with Drumbeg offering a small shop and pub 3 miles away. If you need a bit more than just the essentials, then Lochinver is 12 miles away and has a convenience store, food shops, cafes and a petrol station. Be sure to also visit the Highland Stoneware pottery shop and the Lochinver larder for their renowned pies.
The local area offers plenty of active endeavours, with nine lochs ideal for a spot of afternoon fishing, or bigger lochs where you can book a session to fish for rainbow, brown and blue trout. For cyclists, you are sure to enjoy the winding coastal roads while walkers can spend hours strolling across the impressive Assynt and Coigach moorlands and mountain ranges.
Peppered with headlands and bays, this remarkable coastal region is home to a plethora of stunning beaches. These include the sandy beaches of Clashnessie, Clachtoll and Achmelvich Bay, ideal for a picnic by the sea. It also allows you to visit the wonderful seaside villages and learn a bit about the local culture, such as through local markets such as Made in Assynt and Elphin Market, or meeting the locals at friendly pubs.