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Self-Catering in Gairloch

Wester Ross Retreats, Gairloch, Highlands

Wester Ross Retreats
5 Braeside

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Welcome to our wide range of self catering holiday cottages and apartments in Wester Ross, a breathtakingly beautiful part of Scotland and home to some of Scotland's, and indeed, Britain's, wildest and most spectacular coastal and mountain scenery. Much of our accommodation is centred around Gairloch, where we offer the largest selection of holiday cottages in the area, this being an ideal base from which to tour the Highlands and explore the many natural assets of Wester Ross.

We are proud of the quality and high standard of the holiday cottages we offer and are confident that you will find your ideal holiday retreat within our cottage selection, whatever your requirements. We have lodges, apartments, traditional croft houses and new luxurious detached houes and bungalows. Most have sea views and will provide an ideal ďget away from it allĒ bolthole. If its peace and quiet you are looking for or just glorious scenery, you wonít find better. And we havenít even mentioned the beaches!

Only an hour or so from Inverness, Wester Ross is an ideal destination for a self catering holiday.It is a wild mountainous county with many picturesque coastal villages, a great place to visit any time of the year.


Months Open: All Year
Nearest Airport: Inverness
Number of Units: 42
Unit Type: Cottages/apartments
Price Guide: £180 - £800
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