A stay in this unique and romantic Highland roundhouse could the ultimate in remote Scottish staycations
If you are wanting to get as far away from city living as possible for a few days then this one-of-a-kind holiday retreat could be perfect.
Cruinn Leum Roundhouse, located on the stunning Applecross Peninsula in the North West Highlands was originally designed to be an artist’s retreat, complete with a built-in recording studio.
Now it’s an eco-retreat for two with spectacular views over the loch to Crowlin and the Isle of Skye, comprising two quirky round floors with huge windows making the most of the surrounding scenery.
A wood burning stove keeps things cozy, while a well-equipped kitchen, surround-sound entertainment system, spacious double bedroom, cedar-panelled shower room with underfloor heating, and an outdoor sitting area will make sure you are kept comfortable.While enjoying your solitude, look out for visits from the local wildlife, including rare pine martens, red deer and golden eagles.
At night enjoy the star-filled skies free of any light pollution – if you are very lucky you might even catch the Northern Lights.Cruinn Leum Roundhouse is available to rent from £425 per week from www.hostunusual.com.