Gairloch, Wester Ross
Enjoy having your own private haven in the spectacular Scottish Highlands at The Lighthouse in Gairloch.
Please note: minimum stay for this property is: 4 nights low season & 7 nights high season
The Lighthouse, Gairloch is managed by Camilla Gray Muir and owned by the family's property company.
You can ask a question or make a booking request directly with Camilla Gray Muir.
The Lighthouse, Gairloch sits easily in the Highland landscape, enclosed in private woodland and gardens on the headland, offering spectacular views and luxurious accommodation. Designed by award-winning architects to make the absolute most of its beautiful surroundings, the house boasts uninterrupted views South across the sea to the Torridon Mountains.
Cleverly arranged, the living and social hub of the property is unusually on the first floor so that those staying can truly enjoy their breathtaking surroundings. On this level the open-plan living room has huge windows looking South across the sea to the unspoilt hills and mountains, with a comfy sofa and wood burning stove, as well as a dining table and chairs seating up to eight people. Alternatively, guests can dine on the elevated outside deck and south-facing balcony. Also on this floor is the stylish and fully equipped Italian kitchen, along with a family bathroom with shower and skylight over the bath. Behind the living room is a warm oak-panelled study/sitting room with a huge antique map of the area, in which you can plan your exploration, read or watch television
Sleeping up to seven people, guests make their way down the handmade oak staircase to the sleeping quarters. All four bedrooms still have views of the sea, mountains, and garden, with the master bedroom also having an en-suite bathroom with bath, shower, and large picture windows to take it all in. There is a further king size bedroom, as well as a single and a twin or super king depending on what is required. Also on this level is a further shower room.
Located in Gairloch on the Wester Ross coast and opposite the Isle of Skye, The Lighthouse is in one of the most scenic parts of Scotland. This unspoilt gem is full of things to explore right on the doorstep, with beaches, mountains, and hundreds of miles of Highlands to discover. For those who seek a little more adrenaline, there are opportunities for mountain biking and kayaking, as well as sea and fly fishing, sailing, and golf. Animal lovers should seize the chance to go whale watching, pony trekking, or falconry.
From the house, guests can also walk over to the Flowerdale estate, where they can visit the arboretum or stroll up to the dramatic waterfall. The famous gardens of Inverewe are only a short drive away as well.
All appliances are Miele. The house is furnished to a high standard with bespoke beds and sofas, Anta tweed and Scottish linen soft furnishings, Tom Raffield dining table, Tala hand-blown lights. The Italian kitchen is fully equipped for the most discerning cook. There is a large deck with a teak table and chairs and a balcony with a small coffee table and chairs. A picnic set is also provided. The garden leads on to the footpath which runs between Gairloch pier to the beach and the golf course five minutes walk away over the headland.
Inverness Airport - 1.5 hours
04-Sep-20 - 29-Oct-20 - £ 275 - £ 1,925 - 4 nights
30-Oct-20 - 17-Dec-20 - £ 260 - £ 1,820 - 4 nights
18-Dec-20 - 07-Jan-21 - £ 290 - £ 2,030 - 7 nights
08-Jan-21 - 31-Mar-21 - £ 260 - £ 1,820 - 4 nights
01-Apr-21 - 24-Jun-21 - £ 280 - £ 1,960 - 4 nights
25-Jun-21 - 02-Sep-21 - £ 300 - £ 2,100 - 7 nights
03-Sep-21 - 28-Oct-21 - £ 275 - £ 1,925 - 4 nights
29-Oct-21 - 16-Dec-21 - £ 260 - £ 1,820 - 4 nights
17-Dec-21 - 06-Jan-22 - £ 300 - £ 2,100 - 7 nights
07-Jan-22 - 31-Mar-22 - £ 270 - £ 1,890 - 4 nights
01-Apr-22 - 23-Jun-22 - £ 290 - £ 2,030 - 4 nights
24-Jun-22 - 01-Sep-22 - £ 310 - £ 2,170 - 7 nights
02-Sep-22 - 27-Oct-22 - £ 290 - £ 2,030 - 4 nights
28-Oct-22 - 15-Dec-22 - £ 275 - £ 1,925 - 4 nights
16-Dec-22 - 06-Jan-23 - £ 310 - £ 2,170 - 7 nights
From Previous Guests
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Fabulous house, ever changing panoramic views, half way between pier and golf course, what more could we ask for?
Stayed June 2021
We stayed in May half term with our 2 teenage boys. This really is an exceptional property both in terms of location and quality accommodation. The house is designed perfectly to make the most of the views of the sea and mountains. A considerable amount of thought has gone into the layout and really high quality finishes and furniture. We had a great time on the nearby beautiful beach (5 mins walk), sea kayaking, bike rides on the quiet roads and hauled ourselves up one of the Munros you can see from the house. But even without those activities it was a pleasure just to spend time relaxing in the house. The communication from the owner was first class. Thoroughly recommended.
Stayed May 2021
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