Kinlochewe Mountain Chalets is in the village of Kinlochewe, which lies 50 miles (80kms) northwest of Inverness at the base of Glendocherty Pass and to the south eastern reach of Loch Maree.

Surrounded by acres of spectacular scenery, on the edge of the world famous Beinn Eighe National Nature Reserve, with superb views of Beinn Eighe, Ruadh Stac and Slioch, these four timber chalets are a perfect base for hill walkers, mountaineers, wildlife and nature enthusiasts, photographers and those seeking peace and tranquility. The chalets are secluded and yet are next to the village shop, cafe, post office, hotel, pub and garage.

The timber chalets named Beech, Birch, Rowan and Alder, set in seclusion, are cosy, well equipped and have modern comforts and amenities, including tv, dvd, vcr, radio/cd etc. Whether your stay is for a month or a weekend, the Mountain Chalets give you that relaxed feeling of being surrounded by beauty, enticing you to enter into another world.

Excursions can be made to the famed beauty of the Isle of Skye, Loch Ness, Aviemore and the Cairngorms, as well as other areas of interest, all within easy driving time. The village of Gairloch (21 miles) is a good shopping centre containing a bank and other facilities as well as a fine leisure centre, heritage centre and horse riding/trekking centre.

From Gairloch, which has a fine beach, there are fishing trips as well as pleasure cruises available on local boats to see minkey whales and seals. Golfers can enjoy the 9-hole links course in Gairloch or the 9-hole course at Lochcarron which lies 30 miles to the south. A visit to the tropical gardens at Inverewe is a must.


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