Glenelg Cottages

Bernera and Riverfoot

Highland properties in idylic surroundings

Bernera Farm Cottage

Key features

Earliest arrival: 16:00
Depart by: 10:00
Price range: £250 - £600 per week
Sleeps: six
Bedrooms: four
Separate beds: six
Bed layout: ground floor: double and twin single beds
upstairs: double and twin single beds
Pets: sorry no pets
Prices based on: four guests
Booking policy:

booking changeovers saturday to saturday

Smoking: sorry no smoking

Bernera Farm Cottage is an original Highland house with accommodation for up to 6 set in it’s own glen.

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One and three-quarter story stone and slate built cottage with original pine lined interior, there is oil central heating throughout along with a wood burning stove in the lounge.

Ground floor

  • Dish washer, washing machine, microwave
  • Electric oven and hob
  • Pantry
  • Overhead drying rack
  • Full height fridge freezer
Bedroom 1:
  • Twin single beds
Shower room:
  • Power shower
  • Toilet and basin
  • Wood burning stove
  • Cosy sitting area with view across meadow
  • Full size bath
  • Toilet and basin
Bedroom 2:
  • Double bed

First floor

Bedroom 3:
  • Double bed
Bedroom 4:
  • Twin singles
  • Large fenced area of grass and small mature pine tree plantation
  • Solid fuel BBQ
  • Covered verandah
  • Garden furniture
  • Uninterrupted sea and mountain views


Local area

  • Kyle of Lochalsh - 25 miles, 7 miles by sea
  • Inverness Airport - 80 miles
  • Kyle of Lochalsh station - 25 miles/14 miles by ferry
  • Glenelg Inn a short walk to the village - good food
  • Wildlife watching from your veranda.
  • Water sports.
  • Pony Trekking.
  • Sight seeing.


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View to the sea (open time-lapse archive in new tab)

View across the meadow (open time-lapse archive in new tab)

Riverfoot Cottage

Also known as RAM’s cottage is situated in Glenelg by the mouth of the river as it flows into the sea.

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