Leachachan Barn sits in an enviable shoreline location on the banks of Loch Duich. This unique property has been sympathetically converted and retains much of its original character, and this contrasts beautifully, with the contemporary interior it now provides. Inside the property certainly has the wow factor, this is open plan living at its best, with a full height vaulted ceiling, and floor to ceiling picture windows, ideally situated to take full advantage of the views of Loch Duich and the magnificent mountain range of the Five Sisters of Kintail.
Inside the property is furnished with an eclectic mix of modern and traditional furniture, the open plan lounge, kitchen and dining area, is a perfect place for the whole family to relax after a day exploring. Throughout the property has beautiful wooden floors and benefits from wifi internet access. In the lounge area the large comfortable sofas are placed not only to enjoy the view, but the warmth from the striking wood burner in the corner. Additional facilities out with this area on the ground floor include, a spacious master bedroom, again with a large picture window, a large utility room, and a shower room.
Upstairs a mezzanine area houses a second bedroom with twin beds, and a small seating area with a television, a perfect place to enjoy the view to the lounge below. Outside the property an enclosed garden is ideal for anyone taking a pet, and located to the rear of the property in an elevated position is a summer house. From the outside guests will notice the striking wooden shutters which can be used if required during the hours of darkness.
Homes & Interiors Scotland Magazine recently ran an article on Leachachan Barn, you can read what they had to say here.
Loch Duich is home to the most iconic of Scotland’s Castles, Eilean Donan, the castle recognised throughout the world has featured in many major films and today you can explore almost every part of it. The Castle also has its own visitor centre and gift shop. Further afield Kyle of Lochalsh is within thirty minutes, and offers a good range of facilities for the visitor. From here guests can take the bridge over the sea to the Isle of Skye, a fabulous day out, and well worth a visit to enjoy the many activities and attractions available including boat trips, historic castles and even a distillery.
North from the property the picturesque village of Plockton lies on the shores of Loch Carron, unusually palm trees line the main street and the village is popular with artists and photographers. The village also offers a small range of shops and a number of quality establishments for lunch or dinner, a popular choice being the Plockton Hotel, which serves the best of the local seafood. Travelling around Loch Carron takes you north to the Applecross Peninsula, Shieldaig and the Torridon mountains. The landscape here is relatively unspoilt and the scenery some of the most dramatic in Scotland.
Included in the rent
Good Housekeeping Deposit of £75.00 required.
The lastest reviews of Leachachan Barn...
We spent the most relaxing week in Leachachan Barn. When you open the shutters and look out at the view, it is magnificent! The barn comes fully equipped for every thing you would need. Our dog just loved it, spacious and secure garden for him to play in. We will definitely come back again. We saw the most amazing colours of skies at night from blue, red and orange. Great seeing Eilean Donan Castle from the barn. A little gripe we had was the TV was upstairs and we are both football fans, the Euro 2016 was on and it meant we both had to go upstairs to watch it. We would have liked a TV downstairs but apart from that would definitely recommend it.
We booked this for our silver wedding anniversary. We had a fabulous time. The weather was hot i was looking forward to lighting the log burner everyday but it really was tropical up in the highlands. Waking up to the loch and the sun everyday heaven! The barn is kitted out with style all mod cons that u need. Dogs loved the garden and were safe as no where to escape. Would love to go back.
We had the MOST wonderful time in this breathtaking part of the world. Such a great base from which to travel to surrounded areas, beautiful walks, explore the Isle of Skye and highlands, or just laze around the immaculate and tasteful barn conversion. You will fall in love with the barn and the area and leave feeling energised and aching return!
Fantastic barn, tastefully renovated, with fantastic views of the mountains and loch. The barn was well stocked,and sitting in front of the log burner with my book was very relaxing. The wild life around the barn was amazing, seals,porpoises,otters, stags, and the golden eagle were all spotted in the week we were there, I highly recommend a visit, and I hope to go back soon
The barn was everything we had hoped for and more - the best thing? The views! We experienced all types of weather - from sunshine to rain, to hail storms, crazy winds and even snow! Spending Christmas relaxing in the barn and walking in the local area, then coming back to sit & relax in front of the fire with views of the snow capped mountains was magical! Between oct - April most businesses shut down but it didn't bother us as we had taken enough food with us, so I am unable to comment on the local pubs and restaurants. The barn is ideally placed to explore Skye. Our dogs absolutely loved the break too, and were as sad as us to be leaving! The barn is fully equipped with everything you could ever want. We were delighted the tv was upstairs rather than in the lounge - we watched it once! We also thought the set up of having the dishwasher etc in the utility was a good idea - reducing noise and clutter in the social space! Don't hesitate, just book!!
We saw Leachachan Barn on line when we were looking for somewhere to go on Honeymoon and came across the barn it looked perfect both in facilities and location. When we arrived we were blown away it was as described but so much more. We spent the last week completely chilled out enjoying the Wood burning stove and comfy couches whilst the rain sleat snow and sunshine went about its daily business providing hourly changes in the view. The bottle of Whiskey was a lovely touch and went down well!! We can't recommend the barn highly enough and will be back for sure. You made our honeymoon perfect. Thankyou Michael & Lynne and Wee Kodi
After our 4th visit to the Barn we have returned home refreshed and relaxed from such a lovely stay. We never tire of the view over Loch Duich and the 5 Sisters, from the comfort of the living room and the wood burner. A very special place to stay.
My wife and I enjoyed a fantastic week staying at Leachachan Barn. It's hard to imagine a nicer and more relaxing place to stay. The accomadation was everything we expected it to be from reading previous reviews. A credit to the owners.
If peace & tranquility with stunning views are on your wish list, this is the place for you.
Beautiful house, great and quiet location. It was a perfect start into our holidays to get away from everydays stress. Well the nice weather we enjoyed during the whole week was probably helping out a bit here. Who said it always rains in Scotland?
Great place to stay and relax. Lovely redevelopment of this barn. Even if the weather is not the best this is the best place to stay and watch it all through the big windows. Well appointed property with everything your need and more
We had a very nice stay in this cozy house. Even the few rainy days we have enjoyed, because then you can sit by the fireplace an thereby has the incredible views from the large picture windows. The interior of the house is complemented very well thought out with lots of lovely details. An when it's dark, you have a good view of the beautiful illuminated Eilean Donan Castle. What more could you want?
Beautiful barn, very accessible to Skye, enclosed garden perfect for our dog. Worthwhile taking food with you as very remote. Loch great for seal spotting and whole area fantastic for wildlife.
An amazing property with the most stunning view. Each morning was spent watching the sun rise over the snow-capped Five Sisters of Kintail. Great location with good access to the Isle of Skye, the lovely Glenelg road, Loch Cluanie and even up toward Torridon if you fancy. Excellent for dog owners with a fully enclosed garden and a good skelp of land for the outdoor dog to roam around. Handy path from just outside the property up a hill with lovely views. Can't wait to return.
An excellent place to unwind and recharge! Very well designed cottage with stunning views no matter the weather. Ideal location for wildlife spotting and exhilarating walking.
Just back from a week at Leachachan Barn which we just loved. A beautiful location and quality accommodation. We hope to return soon.
Enjoyed a week in this fantastic converted barn! What an absolute pleasure - even with the worst weather Scotland could throw at us the barn was a great place to be inside, fire burning, watching the wild, weather through the enormous windows!!! Having seen the photos our expectations were high - the barn was even better than we imagined. Highly recommend staying here - we loved it!
An absolute wonderful house! The architect has done a great job and the owners have filled the barn with lovely details and high standard equipment. (including the excellent equipped kitchen!) As an former visitor said ... i can't get enough from watching the changing lights of the Five Sisters of Kintail. We will return next year to explore the rest of the North West Highlands and relax and enjoy this location again!
A wonderful place to stay for a quiet week. Opening the shutters to reveal the view for the first time was an absolute delight. We loved the interior especially the moss green sofas and wooden flooring. We didn't need the TV as the weather and sunsets changing the colours on the mountains kept us entertained. A great location for shortwalks and long expeditions. Discovering the iron age broch at the end of the peninsular was a great experience.
Beautifully converted barn with huge picture windows that make the most of the spectacular view of the Five Sisters of Kintail. Very clean and comfortable but lack of microwave and having fridge, freezer and dishwasher in utility area rather than in the kitchen made things a little awkward. Open plan living would possibly be a problem for families as tv in extension to upstairs bedroom. Overall, well equipped, beautifully appointed and perfectly located for scenery and walks. Would recommend.