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Sleeps up to 4

Dogs welcome! 10% goes to 'Many tears Animal Rescue'

Grace Cottage, an old ‘black house’ and former croft, enjoys spectacular panoramic views over Loch Torridon, the Applecross mountains and beyond this to the Isle of Skye. Diabaig is Norse for deep bay and a short downhill walk from the cottage brings you to a perfect horseshoe cove.

Approached over a glorious mountain road and through the unique, unspoiled, area of Glen Torridon (which has been described as the oldest glen in the world) our fully renovated character holiday home is dog friendly and sleeps up to four people. There is one double (king) and one twin bedroom and a bathroom (with over bath shower) upstairs. Downstairs is the kitchen - with electric cooker, fridge/freezer, microwave, washing machine, tumble dryer and a large dining area. The sitting room has a coal burner, TV (full sky package), DVD, internet access, stereo and telephone. Heated by controllable storage heaters (which come on in the day at low rate too) Grace Cottage is warm in winter and thick stone walls ensure that it is cool in summer. There is a fully enclosed (dog friendly) natural garden with a seating area facing the sea and mountains, parking and unrivalled mountain and coastal walking from the door.
A quote from Wainwright aptly describes the location." The tiny port of Diabaig is charming, a miniature fit for framing. The pier is small, the cottages few and tidily arranged, the little beaches a delight for pebble collectors, the bay a narrow inlet of Loch Torridon where only the cry of sea birds disturbs the silence"  

Grace Cottage is perfect for lovers and dreamers.