Posted by: Rory Brown | January 1, 2011

Holiday cottage in Achiltibuie for rent in 2011

We always find that the first weeks of January are the peak time for enquiries about our house in Achiltibuie.

greenhill, self catering, house, cottage, Achiltibuie

Maybe everyone is opening their new diaries and planning holidays. Alternatively, the whole country may just be fed up with the problems that air travellers had in 2010 and are looking for somewhere closer to home?

Whatever your motivation I’d really recommend that you consider a holiday in the highlands of Scotland this year.

Here are just a few reasons why you should consider renting in Achiltibuie:

  • The most glorious unspoilt beaches – our favourites are Achnahaird and Achmelvich but there are many smaller and less well known ones along the coast – great for picnics with the kids.
  • Amazing scenery and wildlife. Whether you like walking, bird watching or just soaking up the big country and views out to sea with a good book; the highlands can not be beaten.
  • Foodie heaven. Fancy your langoustines fresh off the boat? How about the freshest fish supper from an Ullapool chippy? Maybe some Michelin-starred dining? This part of Wester Ross has got the lot.
  • Outdoor activities. If you prefer your holidays to have a theme then why not try some sea kayaking around the Summer Isles as part of your holiday. We tried it this year and loved it.

Whether your planning a holiday for the family or a get away from it all break with friends, Greenhill is an ideal base to explore the region. It’s an old crofting house with magnificent sea views & set in its own grounds.

The busy summer months & school holidays are already booking up but there’s plenty of time to think about holidays at Easter, May Day or Spring Bank Holiday. Visit these pages to see some photographs of the house and to enquire about renting.

Come to Achiltibuie in 2011 – we guarantee you a memorable holiday. Happy 2011.

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