This unique, architect-designed property on the water's edge has its own private access to the shore with breathtaking views of Pabay, Raasay, and beyond. The accommodation boasts floor-to-ceiling windows, a master bedroom with an ensuite, and an additional adult-sized bunk room for two. It is elegantly decorated with Scottish tweeds and Egyptian cotton linen, underfloor heating, and a wood-burning fireplace. With its sweeping views of the bay, you can indulge your senses all year round. From castles to distilleries, there is so much to explore. Activities for all ages and appetites, you’ll be spoilt for choice. Enjoy locally sourced produce and some of the best seafood in the world.
What makes a stay at The Shorehouse unique?
Boasting a 180-degree panoramic view including the majestic Beinn na Caillach, with the cairn of a Norwegian princess on the summit, as well as the stunning Applecross hills and Munros of Strathcarron. Set back just a few metres from the edge of the water on high tide, you can watch the birdlife on the shoreline, look out for the otters and the wild deers whilst taking in the views of Pabay Island and beyond. Light a fire, throw open the doors and take a seat on the deck to watch the stars. In the winter, keep an eye out for the white glow of the Northern Lights.
What is the capacity for The Shorehouse?
The Shorehouse can host up to 4 adults. It offers a master bedroom with ensuite and an additional adult-sized bunk room for two.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Broadford area?
Broadford Bay is a stunning location with everything you could want. Teeming birdlife, an island to explore, and your own private access to the glorious sandy beach at low tide, ideal for romantic walks, games with the kids, or a midnight dip.
Where can guests enjoy food and drink?
From the fabulous Hebridean Inn just across the road to the nearby village's selection of restaurants and cafes, you can leave the car at home and enjoy a relaxing night out.