The Cottage

WAVECREST is a listed crofters cottage set on the shoreline of Loch Torridon in the village of Inveralligin, enjoying uninterrupted views over the loch towards Ben Damph and the river Balgy. Standing within a National Trust Conservation area of outstanding beauty, and with views unequalled anywhere in the country, it has been carefully converted and adapted for holiday use whilst retaining its original character and charm. 

Set in its own grounds with an outbuilding containing a fuel store drying area freezer and storage for fishing tackle boating equipment etc, Wavecrest is exceptionally well equipped to cater for those who enjoy walking, fishing, bird watching, boating and peace and quiet.

Cottage Living Room
The sitting room has ample seating and a wood burning stove, television and DVD player for those off days. The dining room is equipped for four with ease and can cater for six with the extending table and more chairs in the storage cupboard, cutlery etc to suit. All appliances are electric including heating in all rooms.  The bathroom is on the ground floor and consists of a shower, wash basin and WC, including a shaving socket and heated towel rail.
There are two bedrooms, one with a double bed and the second with two single beds. There are duvets in both bedrooms and blankets as required. The fitted kitchen is very well equipped with cooker, microwave, fridge etc and to the rear of the cottage is a grassed terraced garden. A freezer, washing machine and tumble drier can be found in the byre adjacent to the cottage.

Facilities,  Questions and Answers:

HEATING: immersion heaters heat the water and there are electric panel heaters in all rooms. There is a wood burning stove in the sitting room as and when required, solid fuel is allowed for in the rental.

ELECTRICITY: Rather than fitting a slot meter we ask tenants to pay a fixed charge for electricity of £20.00 per week from 1st May to 1St October & £40.00 per week from 1st October to 1st May over and above the rental and to read the meter at the beginning and end of the let. We will then refund according to the number of units used at the standard Hydro Board rate, if more units are used we will expect the tenant to pay accordingly.

INTERNET & WIFI:  Please note that we do not have an internet connection or WIFI at the cottage, but there is a 4G mast within range.

FREEZER: There is a freezer located in the byre ( adjacent to the cottage ) for guest use.

LAUNDRY: There is a washing machine and tumble drier also located in the byre for guest use.

BED LINEN: Duvets are supplied for all the beds and blankets as required. The tenant should provide suitable and sufficient duvet covers, sheets, pillowcases, towels etc.

PETS: We do allow dogs but must insist that they are kept under control at all times. We ask tenants to keep all gates closed at all times and please clear up after your dog.  (NO CATS ALLOWED)

How to find the cottage

Inveralligin is situated on the north shore of Loch Torridon Wester Ross. The whole village is within a National Trust conservation area of outstanding beauty, the area is renowned for its beautiful coastal scenery, stalking, fishing and mountaineering. There are a number of famous deer forests nearby including, Glenshieldaig, Ben Damph, Torridon, and Sheildaig.The whole area is steeped in history and is probably the last unspoilt wilderness left in the country. It is not difficult to overstate the dramatic grandeur and spectacle of the area and hills that are thought to date back some 750 million years.

Take the A9 to Inverness and across the bridge. At the roundabout at Tore, take the A385 and travel on through Contin and Garve, then take the A382 to Achnasheen. Continue along this road some ten miles to Kinlochewe, then take the A896 to Torridon. At the Information Centre take the road to Inveralligin and Diabeg, continue for about five miles. Turn left at the signpost for Alligin and continue down the hill into the village. Wavecrest is the last cottage but one just before the jetty.