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The remote north west Highlands delight the visitor with spectacular scenery and wonderful seascapes and none more so than at Scourie, where the rocky bay stretches north west towards Handa Island. The ferry leaves regularly from nearby Tarbet and takes visitors across to the bird sanctuary - 170 species of birds and 216 species of plants will delight ornithologists and botanists. Loch, river and sea fishing can all be enjoyed near Scourie and walkers will be spoilt for choice - an opportunity not to miss is the 4 miles walk from Blairmore to Sandwood Bay, reputed to be the most magnificent beach in the UK and only accessible on foot. From Scourie you can explore south past Quinag to Lochinver, or north to Kinlochbervie, a major fishing port. A day trip could also be taken to Cape Wrath, mainland Britain's most northerly point.
This detached timber bungalow, 1/2 mile from the sea in the remote crofting village of Scourie, has wonderful views over the hills and out to sea, with the Outer Hebrides in the distance. The bungalow is simply furnished with a homely welcoming atmosphere. garden table/chairs and a barbecue are provided. Village shops approx. 3/4 mile. Restaurant within walking distance.
1 double, 1 twin and 1 single bedroom; sitting room with dining table, well equipped kitchen, bathroom with shower. Sunporch. All electric. Fridge/freezer, auto washing machine, tumble dryer, microwave, television with DVD player, cd/radio, WiFi and wired broadband, telephone for incoming and emergency calls.
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