Quaint rustic cabin on the Northwest coast of Scotland, surrounded by rugged hills and gorgeous beaches.
Please note: minimum stay for this property is: 3 nights low season & 7 nights high season
Venture north, almost as north as it’s possible to go on mainland Great Britain, and enjoy some peace and seclusion at The Cabin. Located in Durness, the most northwesterly village on mainland Britain, this cosy, stylish retreat is a wonderful bolthole and the perfect getaway for couples looking to escape the retrace. Step inside this pretty wooden cabin on a blustery autumnal afternoon and get toasty and warm next to the wood fired stove. Kick off your muddy hiking boots and feel the warmth of the underfloor heating on you feet as you stroll around this wonderfully rustic, yet modern, comfy cabin.
Though there are two bedrooms, meaning The Cabin can cater for groups of four, it’s perfect for two. The main bedroom has a handmade, king sized, feather topped bed that’s super-comfy and the smaller twin room is perfect for children or friends. A great night’s sleep is guaranteed thanks to fine French linens and top quality bedding.
With gorgeous beaches nearby and rugged hills all around, The Cabin is a wonderfully warm and peaceful reprieve from the blustery winds of winter. In summer it’s the perfect spot from which to explore the gorgeous scenery that’s all around. Arrive back and cook up some amazing food in the fully functional kitchen, then sink into the comfy settees and enjoy a movie together or curl up with a book and a glass of wine.
The beautiful interior makes the most of exposed wood, stylish industrial lighting and pretty, homely furnishings. The kitchen has lovely copper touches and a deep dark black surfaces and guests can dine on a stylish butcher’s block sat at tall chairs in the open plan kitchen, lounge area. Or why not sit outside on the spacious covered deck and enjoy some al fresco dining in the sunshine?
If you want to explore the wonderful wilderness of northern Scotland then you’re in luck. Durness may be remote, but it’s easy to find and offers you great access to some incredible landscapes. Despite being a few hours away the famous John O’ Groats is worth a visit and guests should also visit Loch Eriboll which is just a short drive away.
Inverness Airport (3 hours)
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