A superb 'A' frame holiday home in the North of Scotland for rent

Situated in the far North West of Scotland, in Assynt, Sutherland, Drumbeg is a small crofting community well off the beaten track. The climate is mild thanks to the Gulf stream but it can be wet. It is reached on a single-track road that is not for the faint hearted! The village of Drumbeg itself is on the North side of Loch Drumbeg and has a local hotel and pub, church, craft shop and the renowned drumbeg store, 2006 winner of 'best village shop' by the Daily Telegraph and Farmer's weekly. The village of Drumbeg is about half a mile from the house.

Taigh Biorach (pronounced Tie Beeruch and meaning "pointed house" in Gaelic) is on the west boundary of the village, and situated facing south over the loch. It is a well appointed Swedish style timber "A" frame house with 4 bedrooms and sleeps seven comfortably. Accommodation on the ground floor consists of one double bedroom one twin bedded room, bathroom and a large living and dining area with kitchen off with large doors onto a substantial south - facing balcony. Upstairs, there is a further twin bedded room and a single room. There is a separate games room with Pool/Snooker table downstairs and a further toilet.

Open: April to October inclusive
£400 - 500 per week (electricity included)

For more details, please contact Tom Rae by e-mail

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