Nestled in woodland in the North West Highlands with majestic views of Loch Broom and Beinn Dearg is The Tree Hoose.
Please note: minimum stay for this property is: 3 nights low season & 7 nights high season
Please be aware when booking, this property is still being built and the images are an architects mock-up.
In an elevated position overlooking Loch Broom in the stunning North West Highlands is The Tree Hoose. With majestic views of Beinn Dearg and surrounded by the beauty of north-west Scotland, this is the ideal place to relax and unwind.
With a contemporary and bespoke design, The Tree Hoose has traditional timber cladding so it blends seamlessly with its location nestled in woodland on a hillside. From here, those staying enjoy panoramic views through the tree canopy and can feel look up at the starry sky above through large rooflights.
The Tree Hoose is accessed by a steel walkway and sleeps up to three adults - whilst being ideal for couples looking for the perfect romantic getaway. Inside is open plan accommodation with underfloor heating to keep you toasty and warm, and WiFi throughout. There is also a wood burning stove, meaning that whatever the weather outside in what can be a chilly corner of the UK, those inside always remain cosy and warm.
The fitted kitchen is well equipped with an induction hob, electric oven, and fridge with freezer compartment. And when it comes to bed time, there's a king size bed, while the option of a further single bed is provided by the window seating area, which can be converted. In the separate bathroom is a power shower, WC, and basin. Outside, guests can fully take in the glorious views on the balcony, which is an ideal spot for a morning coffee or tasty sundowner.
Its location is, of course, the true delight of The Tree Hoose. The Northern Highlands are spectacular and the mountains, glens, and ancient forests are all easily accessible. Within 30 minutes of the holiday home are many sites, including the world famous Suliven, and there are so many walking and cycling routes to explore for people of all abilities.
Also nearby is the picturesque fishing village of Ullapool on the shores of Loch Broom. It has an array of small independent shops, along with lots of options for eating out - including The Ceilidh Place, Cafe Margot, The Arch Inn and the Sea Food Shack. Elsewhere in this bustling hub are bars, an art gallery, and a museum; but for those who prefer the quiet life then why not simply watch the comings and goings in the harbour.
Inverness Airport - About 65 miles away
Tree Hoose is a free-standing structure providing accommodation for 3 persons and is elevated 5m high into the woodland canopy. The ‘open plan’ accommodation is served with mains electrics, water, and underfloor heating and comprises a king size bed and single bed (converted into window seated area), a fully fitted kitchen with induction hob, built-in electric oven and under counter fridge with freezer compartment, separate shower room with power shower, WC and whb, internal seated area with sit-out balcony offering undisturbed views of Beinn Dearg and Loch Broom. It is also served with dedicated WiFi.
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