Scottish Highlands, Ross Shire
Three bedroom, two bathroom beach house with a large patio, overlooking one of Britain’s most celebrated beaches in Ross Shire
Please note that the minimum stay for this property is 7 nights
Overlooking the famed white sands and crystal waters of Mellon Udrigle Beach, routinely praised as one of Britain’s best beaches, 3A Mellon Udrigle is a dreamy self-catering property which comfortably sleeps six between a king-size bedroom, a double-bedroom and a bunk room, plus two bathrooms. Poised just feet away from the dunes and the glassy sea, 3A Mellon Udrigle is the ultimate getaway for groups looking for a serene Scottish coastal holiday.
The house offers sweeping vistas of the bay, as well as the majestic mountains of the Highlands. It is south facing, meaning you can enjoy cocktails or an al fresco dinner in the light long into the evening. Everything about this modern, luxurious property has been judiciously selected, fitted or arranged, to ensure that all six guests return from their time on the Scottish coast feeling refreshed and restored.
Whatever the weather, gazing out of the picture windows at the crescent shoreline is a hypnotic, relaxing experience, and no expense has been spared in kitting out the house with a state of the art kitchen. Recline in front of the television and watch one of the DVDs provided, take advantage of the WiFi, or simply lounge around the patio, drinking, chatting and reading. A well-appointed kitchen with microwave and dishwasher as well as gas stove and oven means less time doing the washing up, and more time on the beach, while full laundry facilities mean that whatever the season you’ll be ready to hit the trails or ocean each morning. At the end of the day, return home to a spacious, charming house, large patio, and dazzling views over the tranquil bay.
With its proximity to a beach consistently ranked as one of the finest in Britain, the beach house at Mellon Udrigle is a cottage for people looking to spend time swimming, paddling, fishing, kayaking, seal watching and messing about in rock pools. That said, as far as culturally enriching day-trips are concerned, Mellon Udrigle is a perfect destination. Inverewe Gardens and estate has a fascinating history, converted from a barren peninsula in the 1860s to a world-famous garden with National Trust stewardship. Whether or not you stay for a meal at the attached estate restaurant, the gardens are well worth a visit. Those with an interest in quirky cosmetics should head to The Perfume Studio, with its range of fragrances and toiletries produced on-site, plus a brilliant café. The day trip to Gairloch is a must; take a boat from the pier and go whale watching, enjoy a pony trekking adventure or round of golf, and experience how people used to live at the chronologically arranged Gairloch Heritage museum.
Inverness Airport - 135km
2020 weekly price
31st July-13th September: £1,400
14th September-29th October: £1,225
30th October-17th December: £665
18th December-7th January: £875
2021 weekly price
8th January - 1st April £665
2nd April - 27th May £1,050
28th May - 1st July £1,225
2nd July - 16th September £1,400
17th September - 28th October £1,225
29th October - 16th December £665
17th December - 6th January £875
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