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Tigh Charrann Self Catering Holidays


Tigh Charrann Self Catering Holidays

Moira Mould

Tigh Charrann, Croft Road

Lochcarron, Ross-Shire, IV54 8YA

Tel: 01520 72299

Mobile: 07860 285935



Modern well appointed and comprehensively equipped one-bedroom holiday apartment providing comfortable accommodation for 2 people. Spacious lounge/dining room with excellent views. Well equipped kitchen. Fully double-glazed and centrally heated. In quiet semi-rural village location, but within easy walking distance of shops, pub, restaurants, etc. Elevated position on south-facing hillside with superb views across Loch Carron. Well behaved dogs welcome. Off-road parking. Free Wi-Fi Internet access. Please see our website ( for full details.

From the website:

Welcome to Tigh Charrann, our self catering holiday letting property in Lochcarron, Wester Ross.

Our property is a completely self-contained, purpose-built, holiday apartment accommodating 2 people. It is in a quiet village location, within a few minutes' walk of local amenities, and, being in an elevated position, has superb views south across Loch Carron from all windows.

The apartment has its own entrance which is on the opposite side of the building from the road; outside the entrance doorway is a quiet secluded patio area - ideal for sitting outside.

And who knows what wildlife you may see? Herons can regularly be seen fishing along the water's edge andthere have been several sightings of both otters and dolphins in and around Loch Carron as well as buzzards, eagles and sea eagles.

Some of our recent holiday guests even reported that they had had a visit from a pine marten who came and looked in through the lounge window at them one evening!