"Sea eagles circling the island a highlight"

Shieldaig Island

"The house is both private and convenient"

An Cos has commanding views

"Very few places just take your breath away"

Sunrise over Shieldaig village

"Set in one of the world’s most beautiful spots"

Torridon hills in spring

"The Scottish highlands are breathtaking"

Rassay and Isle of Skye from Applecross

"A magical short break"

Shieldaig in winter


1½ hours drive from Inverness

Outstanding area of natural beauty and wildlife – UNESCO Biosphere Reserve

Torridon Mountains & Applecross peninsula

Conservation village

5 minutes walk to village shop, pub, café

Drive the UK’s steepest ascent road Bealach na Ba to Applecross

The Location – Shieldaig, Scottish Highlands

Often referred to as the last wilderness of Europe, Shieldaig, Torridon and the Applecross peninsula offer dramatic scenery, single track roads, amazing wildlife, friendly locals and such a memorable experience, like everyone who visits, you will want to return very soon.

The house is five minutes walk from the village shop, lively pub, restaurant and Nannys café. Shieldaig also has its own smokehouse for delicious freshly smoked salmon.

The Aird path is directly behind the house so you dont need to walk far to experience peace and breath-taking beauty.

Click here for more information about the area.