Highlands of Scotland,
Pets welcome in certain lodges.
Price range: £345 - £545 pw.
For further details please contact:
Andre Rumkorf and Freda Davidson
Tel: 01971 502003
Last minute vacancies during weeks:Reload this mapSet in 30 acres of private estate, 20 minutes drive from Lochinver and 40 minutes from Ullapool, Kylesku Lodges comprise 10 Scandinavian design A-frame lodges sitting on an elevated site at the head of a sea loch. Quinag, one of the Assynt mountains, provides a spectacular backdrop and each lodge is sited to make the most of both mountain and sea views. Kylesku village, with boat trips, a restaurant and pub is within comfortable walking distance and the lodges provide a great base for touring.
23 Aug, 30 Aug, 6 Sep, 13 Sep, 20 Sep
- Each property provides warm, comfortable accommodation for up to 4 guests comprising an entrance hallway, an L-shaped open plan living space with fully fitted kitchen and a generous living/dining area with patio doors opening onto a deck, a family bathroom and double and twin bedrooms.
- Each property has adjacent parking.
- There is much to enjoy in the local area. Take a boat trip up the loch from Kylesku to view the seals and Britain's highest waterfall or out to sea to search for dolphins, whales and seabirds.
- Visit Ullapool, a thriving small town that links to the Outer Hebrides via ferry. It has a supermarket and a variety of shops, museum, restaurants and pubs which hold live music sessions throughout summer. Other services include a tourist information centre, fuel station, bank and boat trips.
- The villages of Scourie, Lochinver, Lairg and Durness are also within easy reach as are three coastlines.
- Head north over the famous Kylesku Bridge via good tar roads and visit beautiful remote sandy beaches at Oldshoremore, Balnakiel, Durness and Sandwood Bay, reputed to be the most beautiful beach in Scotland.
- Visit Smoo Cave, Cape Wrath and the nature reserve at Handa Island, renowned for its high cliffs and colonies of nesting seabirds.
- Explore the fascinating Stoer peninsula sea stack and lighthouse, a popular spot for whale watching. There are also Nature Reserves, ruined castles, limestone caves and Scotland's first Geopark to explore.
- The Assynt Visitor Centre, Culag Community Wood and Little Assynt Estate are also nearby and there are a variety of walks and climbs to suit all abilities.