Introduction
Drumchork Farmhouse overlooks Loch Ewe and the village of Aultbea. The outline of the Isle of Lewis (The Western Isles) can also be seen on a clear day.
This semi-detached property was built in 1881 and was once a working farm on Letterewe and Gruinard Estate .

The view over Loch Ewe and Aultbea from the from the fields above the farmhouse

Hill-walking and rock climbing abound, Torridon being 40 mins drive and Dundonell 20 mins, there is a 7 mile track to Fionn Loch (no access for vehicles) near the house where views over fresh water lochs and heather clad hills can be seen, showing the isolated parts of the Highlands within 15 mins..

There are excellent opportunities for walking throughout the area and numerous safe sandy beaches locally.

The scenic village of Ullapool is within 1 hours drive with its sea views and rugged mountains, the Caledonian McBrayne ferry departs daily to Stornoway and the Isle of Lewis, ( there are frequent sailing’s during the summer allowing you to go out and return the same day, phone their office for details)

The villageof Gairloch is 15 miles distant where pony trekking, guided mountain walks, kayaking and daily marine wildlife cruises are available.

Beinn Eighe nature reserve is 40 mins drive towards Kinlochewe. The renowned National Trust for Scotland, Inverewe Gardens is in its secluded position at Poolewe .

Pub & Hotel, Butchers shop - 5 min walk.
Post Office & Shop - 10min walk.

The view from the Farmhouse over Loch Ewe with the village of Aultbea strung along the shore.

Click here for video clips of views from the mountain tops

Click here for photos of local walks in the area around Aultbea

Click here for photos of birds visiting the garden

Click here for places in the Loch Ewe area to launch a canoe or dingy easily

Contact

Drumchork Farmhouse
Aultbea
Ross-shire
IV22 2HU

tel : 01445 731207
mobile : 07710 501031


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