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Tigh Nuilt, “The House By The Burn”, Inverkirkaig built in 1901 is available to let all year round. Set on the edge of Inverkirkaig bay, with a large sun-lounge which enjoys uninterrupted views onto the beach and bay, means this house and location can be enjoyed in all weathers. Situated 2.5 miles south of Lochinver on the coast road, Inverkirkaig is a small, scattered crofting settlement in the parish of Assynt (view on Google Maps). The cottage looks over Kirkaig Bay (beautiful in every season) and is only seconds from the beach. It is an ideal house for a relaxing holiday enjoying the delights and activities of this most beautiful part of the north west Highlands of Scotland.

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Tigh Nuilt is a ideal base for a range of activities including hill walking, loch, river and sea-fishing, wildlife and bird watching, boating and kayaking. Tigh Nuilt has ample space for family and friends. Accommodation on the ground floor includes a brand new fitted kitchen (with a new range cooker, dishwasher, fridge freezer and washing machine),  dining area (with large dining table seating 8 and flat screen TV), living room (including open fire, TV with Freeview , two large sofas and an armchair), large Sun Lounge (with sitting area and dining area), 1 double bedroom downstairs with a super kingsize bed, and a bathroom (including a bath with a shower over it), upstairs, there are two double rooms and a shower room, all with windows overlooking the bay. Within the house there is a travel cot and highchair, additional blow up child sized beds are available by request. The house offers accommodation for up to 6 adults and up to 4 children. It has a fenced garden and ample off-road parking space for two cars.

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