Join us on our Highland croft, worked by our family and its previous generations.
Our traditional self-catering cottages have been modernised by us and are comfortable and well-equipped. Assynt is an ideal location if you are coming to explore the breath-taking North Coast 500, to pursue one of the many available outdoor activities or simply coming to this stunning location for rest and tranquillity.
Clashmore Holiday Cottages will be your ideal home from home, and we look forward to welcoming you.
COVID-19 Cleaning and Changeover Protocol
Our priority is protecting the health of our guests and our family, as well as the local community. We have studied the guidance from the Association of Scotland’s Self-Caterers and VisitScotland and developed our own COVID-19 Cleaning and Changeover Protocol. We live in Clashmore, so we clean the cottages ourselves and are always on hand to deal with any enquiries.
COVID-19 Cancellation Policy
Guests can choose to either select alternative dates, subject to availability and up to the same value, or claim a full refund where they book any of our cottages and cannot visit due to:
(a) COVID-19 related restrictions here meaning we cannot open;
(b) COVID-19 related restrictions covering the area where they live prohibiting travel outwith that area;
(c) one or more of the guests contracting COVID-19 and self-isolating at home; or
(d) one or more of the guests being instructed to self-isolate at home due to contact with a third party who has contracted COVID-19.
Our normal cancellation terms and conditions apply in all other cases.
The Byre, which sleeps 2, is situated in an excellent location overlooking the Loch and out towards the waters of the Minch.
This former crofthouse, which sleeps 5, is ideal for peace, quiet and just getting away from it all.
A former crofthouse, which sleeps 4, set in a quiet, secluded location overlooking Loch na Claise.
There are great empty beaches, wildlife abounds and the islands are alive with the cry of sea-birds.
We are located in the North West Highlands of Scotland. Viewed by many as one of the last unspoilt wildernesses of Europe.