Cala Nedd - Drumbeg
Sutherland & Caithness

About Cala

Cala - Sutherland & Caithness New this Year

Location: Nedd - Drumbeg - Sutherland & Caithness

Sleeps: 4

Price Range: £800 - £1250

Christmas: £1250

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Cala, Nedd near Drumbeg

Sleeps 4 - Wifi - Wood Burner - Sorry no pets

Cala is an exceptional home that sits on a hill, nestled in nature, with dramatic views of Loch Nedd and the magnificent Quinag mountain. Its design was inspired by a desire to create a structure to blend in with the untamed, rugged landscape of Assynt yet provide a warm and comfortable haven sheltered from the sometimes extreme weather conditions of the region. 

The simple yet striking charred larch exterior is mirrored in the simple clean lines and functionality of the interior space.  The open plan living area and master bedroom enjoy breathtaking views. Large windows and skylights allow the sun to saturate the house with light and warmth.  There is a wood burner as well as infrared central heating. The kitchen is equipped with top of the range appliances. An outside deck provides a space for al fresco breakfasts when the weather permits.

The material used to make this modular house is called CLT. It is a form of compressed timber and is highly insulating. The house was designed by Mary Arnold Forster and was featured in the More 4 TV series, Impossible Builds.

Guests with Children

Due to various factors relating to safety at this property, children under ten years of age are not allowed. At the time of booking please insert the ages of your children in the comments box on the booking form.

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Facilities

  • Spacious open plan living with the lounge, dining area and kitchen being one, floor to ceiling windows offering the most amazing views over the garden and the mountains.
  • Lounge with sofas, wood burning stove, flat screen TV for playback only, DVD player, Bluetooth speaker, dining table and seating.
  • Kitchen, electric oven, induction hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, and all the usual kitchen equipment.
  • Master bedroom with king size bed, en-suite with bath, seperate shower, wc, whb, floor to ceiling windows offering direct access to the decked area.
  • Twin bedroom with garden views.
  • Shower room, large walk in shower, whb, wc.
  • Utility/boot room with washing machine, storage area for coats, boots and outdoor wear.

Included in the rent

  • All bed linen & towels.
  • Electricity and fuel for the wood burning stove.
  • Electric infra-red panel heating throughout.
  • WiFi - see note below.

Other Facilities

  • Indoor drying.
  • Ironing facilities.
  • Hair dryer.
  • Telphone for local & emergency calls.
  • Deck and outdoor space.
  • Parking area in front of the house.

Guests with Children

Due to various factors relating to safety at this property, children under ten years of age are not allowed. At the time of booking please insert the ages of your children in the comments box on the booking form.

WiFi Connection

Due to the rural location of the property, WiFi is provided via a portable date simcard, this makes the WiFi suitable for only email and internet browsing and is therefore not suitable for streaming of either video or music. Please note that additional charges will apply for excessive use.

Good Housekeeping Deposit

A Good Housekeeping Deposit of £250.00 is required at the property.

Best Features

  • Contemporary property ideal for two.
  • Ideal as a base for exploring the breathtaking scenery of Assynt.
  • A nature lover’s paradise with endless walking trails, bird watching, seal spotting and stag encounters.
  • Cycling for the brave, fishing with a permit and mountain climbing.
  • Local cultural events, artisan enterprises and studios.

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Cala Reviews


Reviewed this property on 07/12/2019
And awarded it
An astonishingly beautiful setting, the panoramic view of Loch Nedd from Cala is magnificent. The area is ideal for those interested in walking in unspoiled landscapes to enjoy the scenery, its wildlife or the geology of one of the most captivating areas of Scotland. Well appointed and warmly welcoming Cala is in a quiet, sparsely populated area and, out of season, road traffic is refreshingly rare. The ideal place to stay to appreciate peaceful grandeur of the Highlands.

Reviewed this property on 16/10/2019
And awarded it
Amazing architecture, extraordinary location, highest recommendation.

Reviewed this property on 25/08/2019
And awarded it
A perfect retreat from a busy life. Cala is a very individual property in a beautiful spot with stunning views of the Scottish Highlands and sits just above Loch Nedd. We found the space so relaxing with plenty of space, large windows and a well equipped kitchen. The well stocked local store at Drumbeg not only offered food and drink for our weeks stay but were welcoming and offered us local knowledge which complemented the information at the house. We enjoyed mountain and coastal walks, a host of wildlife and cosy afternoons at home.

Reviewed this property on 21/06/2019
And awarded it
We had the most wonderful time at Cala. Getting there already is an experience of its own, on the winding narrow road from Kylesku. The location and view are simply amazing, you can look out of the window the whole day and just watch the changing scenery. The interior is tastefully put together with all you need. Cooking is a pleasure, the bed really comfortable, bathrooms are equipped with showers to spend a day under.... I wouldn't recommend it for 4 people though, as there is little space to store clothing etc. Being only 2 we used the second bedroom for this. We fell in love with the Assynt and definitely want to come again!

Guest's Opinion

Guests at Cala rate it:
Excellent  
from 4 reviews

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