Overlooking the Summer Isles and the Torridon mountains to the south, Summer Isles Croft is the perfect place to explore the delightful crofting and fishing community of Coigach set in spectacular Wester Ross. Whether you want to just wind down, relax and let the scenery soak in, or enjoy the more energetic things on offer like kayaking, hill walking or mountain-biking, you’ll find your heart’s desire here.
Summer Isles Croft is a newly renovated croft house in Polbain, owned locally by Iain and Lesley Muir who live just along the road – and usually ready on hand if you need any help or advice. Accommodation comprises three double bedrooms (two with king size beds and the other with two twin beds) with views across to Tanera Mor and the other Summer Isles. The bathroom offers bath, shower, bidet and toilet and there’s also a shower room with shower and toilet. Each has cosy underfloor heating and heated towel rails. The ground floor of the cottage is mostly open plan so everyone’s company can be shared, be they resting on the sofas in front of the log stove to plan the next day’s fun, preparing a meal of fresh local seafood in the kitchen or sitting round the farm-house dining table. To take best advantage of the views and the long summer evenings we’ve added a sunroom to the west gable looking out over the Minch towards the Hebrides.
The cottage is heated by an energy efficient heat pump downstairs, and panel heaters in the bedrooms. There’s an easy to light log-burning stove in the sitting room for those cosy evenings snuggling down on the sofa with a book – or your partner – after a happy day’s activity around Coigach.