Glenaladale is a modern bungalow at the side of Loch Eriboll. It is 8miles from Durness and 20 miles from Tongue. This remote area of North West Sutherland is very quiet and peaceful, and a popular destination for hill walkers and climbers. Ben Hope, the most northern Munro (a mountain in Scotland with a height of over 3,000 feet) can be seen from two of the bedrooms. There is a lounge for guests with books, magazines, and board games. Wifi is available throughout the property.
There are three letting bedrooms, a double, a twin and room with three single beds, each has an en-suite shower room and T.V.
Breakfast is served in the dining room. Vegetarian and special diets can be catered for if advanced notice is given.
On The Map: Durness is located along the North Coast 500 Route in the North West corner of Scotland.
Durness is idylically situated in one of the most spectacular areas of Scotland and is the most northwesterly Village on Mainland Scotland. Durness Village is comprised of a number of spread-out hamlets. The area has been inhabited since stone age times and there are many places of historic interest. At the end of World War II, 30 German submarines surrendered their craft in Durness. In more recent times, fishing, small farm ‘crofting’ and tourism have propelled the local economy. The Durness region boasts amazing scenery, with a rocky coastline, turquoise waters lapping pristine beaches, a wide array of wildlife and vast open spaces. The rugged scenery around Durness and Cape Wrath reputedly inspired Tolkien in creating the world of Middle Earth in Lord of the Rings. The Cocoa Mountain Cafe and Chocolaterie, located just west of Durness has developed a fantastic reputation for chocolate excellence, and is a must-visit for those with a sweet tooth!