Brybeg (B) is just off the spectacular Torridon to Diabaig road, about four miles from the junction with the Wester Ross coastal route, and 4 miles from us here at the Gille Brighde.
Diabaig Self Catering Cottages:
Nestled on the hillside, looking down onto the stunning bay of Loch Diabaig, ElevenDiabaig is a traditional 3 bedroom croft house, on a working croft. It provides self catering accommodation for up to 6 people, and sits within its own secure garden.
Grace Cottage, an old ‘black house’ and former croft, enjoys spectacular panoramic views over Loch Torridon, the Applecross mountains and beyond this to the Isle of Skye.
The cottage is a traditional croft house, which has been the MacKenzie family home for four generations. The cottage has central heating throughout and an open coal fire in the sitting room. There is an enclosed garden and a small conservatory to the front with views over Loch Diabaig and to the Isle of Skye in the distance.
Around the area:
https://www.syha.org.uk/where-to-stay/highlands/torridon.aspx – the fabulous Torridon Youth hostel with lovely hosts Emily & Mat!
http://durriecottage.wix.com/durrie This is s alovely cottage in Fasaig (Torridon) which accommadets upto 4 and does short stays of 3 nights or more.
www.shieldaig.eu. The Cottage, Corran, Shieldaig,
The lovely red cottage in pretty little Shieldaig (about 40minutes drive)
http://www.holidaylettings.co.uk/rentals/torridon/4940579 – a lovely cottage with amazing views, in Alligin (next village along!)
http://www.visitwester-ross.com/torridon-accommodation.asp – a really good website with all Wester Ross stuff! Accommodation, things to do, places to see and places to eat.
http://www.visittorridon.co.uk/self.php – the local area website which gives a wee tatse of life here in the wild wild west.
http://discovertorridon.co.uk/ – discover Torridon and Diabaig with this new website set up locally so it’s a real insiders scoop!
http://www.stevecarter.com/ansh/ansh2.htm – another website featuring lots of info – but check out Steve’s photographs for THE most stunning pictures of the area…and dogs, pinemartins, eagles and flashy cars! yes really…