Just south of the village of Tongue, up in the Highlands’ rugged north, is the latest addition to Wildland’s diverse mix of accommodation.
This beautifully appointed cottage perched close to the beautiful estuary (Kyle) of Tongue offers silence and solitude – if that’s what you’re looking for – yet also provides easy access to the broad mix of Highland pursuits and experiences that our guests are visiting us for.
This traditional stone built cottage, thrust firmly into the 21st Century, sleeps two and offers jaw-dropping views to the sea loch to the north and the many glens and hillsides that surround it.
One wall has been given a larger than expected glass window which frames the staggering vista of the Ben Hope Munro. You can easily hike to this. …and perhaps even climb it yourself.
The Wildland design team have imaginatively re-purposed this previously derelict structure – with an over-riding focus towards good design and a love of architecture and craftsmanship have mapped our signature mix of Scandi-cool and Highlands styling. We have created our own all-new interior plan to form sensible and natural living spaces. Actually there is probably nothing else quite like it and we are sure our guests will appreciate this incredible highland hideaway the minute they first walk through the front door.