Located two miles south east of Drumbeg, the single storey accommodation is comfortable and well equipped and includes two bedrooms, a fitted kitchen, dining room and sitting room with multi-fuel stoves, and a large lean-to play area for the children for rainy days. The pretty orchard garden is a wonderfully peaceful place to spend the evening, dining or simply relaxing. Recroy provides a great holiday home for all the family, and is well placed for guests to explore the attractions of the area including the coast, hill walking, cycling and wildlife watching.
Accommodation: All ground floor.
Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x family room with 1 adult bunks and 1 single. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Shower room with shower, basin and WC. Kitchen. Dining room with multi-fuel stove. Sitting room with multi-fuel stove. Second sitting room. Large lean-to play area.
About the area: The small crofting township of Nedd (An Nead - Gaelic for nest) is situated on the north coast of the parish of Assynt. Ancient native woods surround Nedd, which overlooks Loch Nedd, a sea loch that's home to a wide variety of sea birds, seals and otters which appear occasionally. The famous colony of puffins at Handa Island is nearby. Nedd is an excellent base for hill walkers and climbers who are keen to explore Quinag, Suilven, Canisp, Benn Stack, Arkle, Ben More Assynt, and Foinaven. Trout and salmon fishing and stalking is available by arrangement on the many hill lochs for fishing enthusiasts. The Stoer Lighthouse, the renowned garden of Kerrachar, the caves of Assynt and the incredible geological feature of 'Moine Thrust', are all within easy reach of the holiday destination of Nedd.