Apr 062018

Beautiful weather – snowed a little Tuesday morning but nothing to worry about.

Beautiful chalet, fully equipped with everything you need.

Beautiful views of Wester Ross.

Loved seeing the seals at Mellon Udrigle. Lovely ride out to Torridon and Lower Diabaig – well worth the ride just to see the views.

Thank you for our stay – hopefully be back again.

Nov 042017

This was my first visit to the Gairloch/Wester Ross area, and hopefully won’t be my last! As a midwifery student, a 3-week rural placement was a daunting prospect with the geographical aspect and the potential to commute 60 miles (yes, 60 miles) between bases in Gairloch, Lochcarron and Ullapool. However, navigating the roads and avoiding the sheep (even the cows some days) became routine and one I will miss when back in Aberdeen. Somehow dodging sheep on the A96 doesn’t have the same appeal!

The chalet has been the perfect retreat after long commutes and I couldn’t have hoped for better accommodation to call my home for 3 weeks. From spectacular views on a crisp November day, to walking down to the beach at the bottom of the road and greeting the sheep by the gate, Ceol na Mara is one of a kind. Even my family used the excuse of a spare room for a visit!

Definitely going to miss the scenic views Wester Ross has to offer, not to mention the stress-free nature of the place, one I’ve been lucky to experience.

Feb 142017

Never tire of returning here. You have made this place very comfortable! The weather has been wonderful!

Ever-changing scenery – soulful. Hope to be back for some more peacefulness.

Jan 022015

Saw white-tailed eagle from the window—great!

Over to Skye—long drive, but lovely scenery.

Aug 022014

Our second visit and still in love with this place. Highlights—seeing a minke whale out of the kitchen window while making a cup of tea; the scenery never gets old; the cycle to Ullapool will stay in my memory for a long time, the Melvaig Inn and Ian—what can you say? Unique nowadays; long may it continue.

We will be back again—still too much to see!