The Green House
Highlands

Details for The Green House

Exquisitely designed lodge in the Scottish Highlands
Large decking with traditional Finnish hot tub

Located by the village of Glenelg in the North East of Scotland and with stunning views across the sea to the Isle of Skye is The Green House holiday accommodation.

This tin clad cabin is the ultimate in romantic hideaways and was voted the best beach house in the country by The Times newspaper. The cabin has a hand made oak four poster bed sleeping two people in complete luxury. At the foot of the bed is a covered large bath in addition to a wet room with shower and toilet. The living area has a comfortable leather sofa to relax on with Freeview television and DVD player. There is a compact kitchen fully equipped with all appliances and utensils for a wonderful break or longer holiday. A log burning stove and underfloor heating keep the cabin warm and cosy whatever the time of year or outside weather. There is wi-fi internet access available and a telephone for guests to use.

Outside there is a large decking area complete with deckchairs, making it the ideal spot to unwind with a drink and watch the spectacular sunsets. The decking also houses a Finnish style wood burning hot tub for the benefit of guests. Unwind in the hot tub under the stars or take in the amazing sea views. Take walks along the beach and you may well see a whole host of wildlife including seals, dolphins, minke whales, otters and sea eagles.

This is a great spot for water sports enthusiasts as swimming, canoeing, diving, water skiing and wake boarding can all be found locally. Take a boat ride across to the Isle of Skye and explore this famous unspoilt island. The iconic Eilean Donan Castle near the village of Dornie is close by and well worth a...

 
The Green House
The Green House, Quarry
Glenelg
Highlands
IV408JT
01599 522756
 
 

Further Details

Accommodation Type:  Lodges & Log Cabins
Beds:
  • 1
Bedrooms:  1
Sleeps:   2
Speciality:
  • Hot Tubs
  • Romantic Retreat

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