Meall mo Chridhe is set in Camusterrach, a hamlet lying just south of Applecross on the West Coast of Scotland. The house, which dates from 1990 when it was built as a Free Church manse, is in a delightful …
Meall mo Chridhe is set in Camusterrach, a hamlet lying just south of Applecross on the West Coast of Scotland. The house, which dates from 1990 when it was built as a Free Church manse, is in a delightful location, set above the shoreline and with stunning views across Camusterrach Bay to the islands of the Inner Hebrides and mountains of Skye.
The Applecross Peninsula is famous for its beautiful and remote setting, spectacular coastline and charming village with its traditional houses, popular Inn and Walled Garden restaurant. In spite of its popularity, Applecross remains unspoilt, its coastline and stunning landscape providing a habitat for wildlife and native flora. Applecross is on the North Coast 500 route - http://www.northcoast500.com/ - a popular tourist route bringing with it a further demand for accommodation in the region.
There are good facilities in the area with a school and a resident doctor in Camusterrach and a shop in Camustiel. Lochcarron, about 45 minutes away, has a small supermarket, while weekly boarding is available at Plockton Secondary School. Inverness, about 2 hour’s drive away, offers all the facilities of a modern city, including its airport with regular flights to the south.
Meall Mo Chridhe is a delightful family house, its bright and spacious interior providing extremely comfortable and well laid out accommodation. The impressive dining hall with solid oak flooring provides a warm and welcoming entrance to the house and the sitting room takes advantage of the stunning coastal views. The bedrooms are all roomy and light filled and the bathrooms are modern and unfussy with good quality white fittings.