Despite its modern facilities Strathcraig remains an original crofter's cottage, and its traditional welcoming character will be apparent as soon as you enter the door of the storm porch.
On the ground floor there is a cosy sitting room, a lovely dining room with a wood-lined fitted kitchen off, and a bathroom with shower. Bedrooms are upstairs and comprise one double, one twin and a small single. There is central heating by electric storage, as well as electric fires in the public rooms. WiFi broadband will keep you in touch as much as you want to be, and television, video, DVD and a variety of books and games are available for evenings in. The kitchen has an electric hob, combination microwave oven, refrigerator and automatic washing machine. There's also a freezer, and the payphone in the hall accepts incoming calls. The cottage is double glazed and well insulated, ensuring warmth and comfort at all times of year. There's ample room in the porch for boots, coats, etc., and you will find everything thoroughly clean and properly prepared for your arrival.
You can sit in the enclosed garden (furniture provided) from which there are views across the Minch towards the Outer Hebrides. Explore over the croft down to the rocky shore, and watch the fishing boats coming and going from the busy harbour of Lochinver. Or pop down to the village in less than five minutes!