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Stoer Villa

Beautiful holiday cottage in Assynt, Lochinver


    This refurbished traditional home is spacious and cosy, ideal for families and large groups. Stoer is a perfect base for outdoor activities with stunning views of the sea and mountains, great fishing and beautiful white sandy beaches. 

    Stoer Villa is a late 19th century stone house, with a modern kitchen extension and large front and back gardens. The interior has been completely refurbished.The house comfortably accommodates eight and with the sofa bed nine is possible. All bedrooms are fitted with smoke and carbon monoxide alarms. The house is centrally heated and all rooms have windows that can be opened to admit fresh air.

    Whether you are looking for relaxing family orientated activities or more adventurous outdoor pursuits, Stoer is the perfect base. There is a beautiful beach less than 250 m from the front door, and two others within 3 miles.  There are many easier coastal walks. The quiet single lane roads around Stoer are excellent for cycling and provide spectacular mountain and sea views. Several tour operators offer boat tours out of Lochinver, pony trekking, and various other activities. The area is popular for trout and salmon fishing and there is also excellent sea fishing. For the hard-core outdoor enthusiast, you can hike up Suilven or any of the other hills to the north and south . The coast is superb for sea kayaking and the area is well known for rock climbing. Excellent longer cycling trips can be made along the coastal roads.



    Stoer Villa can accommodate up to nine. It has four bedrooms (two twins, one double and one room with a bunk bed). The master bedroom is en suite and we have two other bathrooms. We have a well equipped kitchen (fridge-freezer, hob with oven, microwave, toaster, kettle, coffee maker, and plenty cooking and baking equipment), a large dining room, a living room with flat screen TV and wood burning stove. The utility area has a dishwasher, washing machine and clothes drier, as well as an iron and other conveniences.




    Our living room has an efficient wood burning stove and the radiators in every room have adjustable thermostats

    Smart TV

    We have a Smart flat-screen TV with satellite in the living room 


    Our well equipped kitchen includes a hob and oven, fridge freezer, microwave, coffee maker, toaster, kettle, pots and pans, and baking utensils

    Free Wifi

    Our free Wifi reaches throughout the house, offering good connectivity to multiple devices


    Stoer Villa has front and back gardens providing plenty space for relaxing and BBQs


    Stoer Villa has free parking on the premises with enough space for up to four cars



    SEE & DO



    Assynt has fantastic trout and salmon fishing, and there is also sea fishing.  For more information see

    Hill walking

    Assynt and Coigach has great hill walking for all levels, including Suilven, one of the most iconic summits in Scotland. For more information see  

    Family activities

    Assynt has lots of activities for families. There are beaches, easy walks, outdoor activities, and many places of interest. For more information see


    Assynt is one of the wildest places in the UK and there are lots of opportunities to enjoy nature whether your are a seasoned naturalist or a novice. For more information see

    NW Geopark

    The dramatic scenery of the NW Highlands is a special in many ways, not least for its remarkable geology. Explore this deep history  of the landscape through walks and other activities. For more information see

    Outdoor activities

    Whether your into cycling, mountain biking, kayaking, rock climbing, or sailing Assynt has loads to offer. 

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    This is an amazing location for people who like the outdoors - particularly hill walking which is world class. There is also a significant amount of very interesting historical sites. Check out the massive 2000 year old “broch” site which is only a couple of hundred metres from the villa.



    Stoer Villa is 7 miles north from Lochinver on the B869

    From Inverness, take the A9 as far as the Tor roundabout and then take the second exit - the A835 to Ullapool. In Ullapool, immediately after the filling station take the right turn to continue out of town along the A835. Continue past Elphin to the Ledmore junction, where you turn left on to the A837. Continue on the A837, past Inchnadamph and Ardvreck Castle, until the B869 turning just before Lochinver.  From Inverness the journey takes about 2 hrs.

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