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The Green House, Glenelg, By Kyle of Lochalsh, Wester Ross

Bedrooms: 1 Sleeps: 2 Pets welcome
Bedrooms: 1 four poster bed. Sleeps: 2. Glenelg. Well behaved pets only. Short breaks. Hot tub.
The Green House
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The Green House, an utterly unique and romantic hideaway for two in the Western Highlands. This self-catering accommodation features a four-poster bed, wood-burning stove and a Finnish hot tub overlooking the sea to Skye; along with a chest bath, walk-in shower, underfloor heating, and a cosy kitchen. Located on a little hill on the south end of a large Highland garden, the Green House is entirely private, and is a three-minute walk from the sea.

The price per night is £200 with a minimum stay of three nights.

A snap shot of what people say:
Had the best time ever at The Green House!

It was a birthday surprise from my other half and what a surprise it was!

Here’s some of my pictures and these don’t even do it justice!
Chris was so welcoming and everyone we met was lovely!

We will be back! The hot tub was my favourite, and just the general relaxed feel about the whole place!

We stayed for three nights in August for a mini moon and it was just perfect. Glenelg is beautiful, the views took our breath away. The very close local pub had excellent food and local ales to try. Chris the host was always on hand. Sipping a drink from the hot tub whilst admiring the view was a highlight. We’ll definitely return.

This place is amazing. Woke up to the best views ever 5* for views also. Hot tub at night under the stars. Great, friendly place. So private and peaceful. Our dog also loved adventuring in the garden and surrounding area. Loved our stay. Thank you.

What an idyllic place. Cosy cabin, stunning views, fantastic Finnish hot tub and a great location for seeing more of the Highlands/Skye. We had a great time here and wish we could have stayed longer!

Just got home after our third visit to Glenelg and the Green House which was totally perfect in every possible way once again. Already looking forward to our fourth visit!

Perfectly magical little house! Definitely coming back!


These are some of the highlights of Glenelg and surrounds:

The Glenelg-Skye Ferry
The original ferry crossing to Skye on the last manually operated turntable ferry in operation in the world, Ferry Station offers gifts, tea & coffee.

The Glenelg Inn
Traditional Highland Inn with cosy character and superb local Scottish cuisine.

Eòlach Supper Club
Local, seasonal, foraged. 8 course tasting menu served at a 10 seat communal table.

Cosaig Growers
A market garden for the local community. Organic principles.

The Glenelg Shop
All the basics plus occasional veg from the area’s three organic farms (in season)!

As well as…
The Tea Hut at Corran (perhaps the UK’s most remote cafe?), Dun Brewing (Organic Ales & Tap Room), Corrary Farm (Organic Farm & Wagon Cafe), The Brochs (2,000-year old Iron Age Towers), Gavin Maxwell’s Sandaig, The Ceilidh House at Arnisdale, Chocolates of Glenshiel, Seafood Shop Skye (deliveries to Glenelg on a Wednesday) ... not to mention many walks and climbing opportunities (OS Map: Explorer 413).
Read what people say:


  • Pub within 2 miles
  • Fishing close by
  • Fire/wood-burning stove
  • Hot tub
  • Beach close by
  • Pub / Restaurant close by
  • Sailing
  • Near the coast
  • Boat hire
  • Minimum stay 3 nights
  • Horse riding close by
  • Bedrooms: 1
  • Sleeps: 2
  • Pets welcome/request
  • Weekly price: £1400
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