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The Potager

The Potager is a perfect bolt hole for couples. Floor to ceiling windows make the most of the beautiful sea view. Otters and seals are often seen just a few feet away. In the summer months, stunning sunsets provide a kaleidoscope of colours whilst whilst the winter offers the chance to see a display of the Northern Lights.

There is a colourful, comfortable and inviting sitting room with wood burning stove, WiFi, TV with Sky Entertainment Plus including movies. The fully equipped kitchen has every modern convenience and the garden has plenty of fresh herbs to enhance your cooking. A welcome box of goodies awaits your arrival and the fridge will be stocked with bacon, eggs, milk, butter and smoked salmon. Tea, coffee, oils and spices are all provided. The shower room has underfloor heating and mirror with built in radio. Upstairs, the bedroom offers a super comfy bed, again with gorgeous views. Outside, there is a delightful decked area with commanding views of the bay. There is seating, a table and a hot tub to luxuriate in. In the summer months, loungers are provided.

All linen, towels and a reasonable use of logs are included.

The cottage is within walking distance of the village inn, shops, Post Office, National Trust Inverewe Garden, Village Hall, Poolewe indoor swimming pool, coffee shop, weekly craft and produce market (April to October). Canoeing and kayaking with Ewe Canoe. Boat trips from Inverewe.

The Potager is warm and cosy at any time of year and looks forward to welcoming you.


Sit on the deck and look down on the beach and where you might see someone collecting winkles or explore the shoreline and try your hand at beach-combing. Observe the ever-changing weather and light on the water, spot fishing boats, visiting ships or yachts and the stars at night. Observe the resident birds and wildlife (binoculars provided). Why not book a canoe or kayaking session with “Ewe Canoe”.


The Potager has a collection of beautiful watercolour and oil paintings. In the kitchen the walls display fabulous local photography to encourage you to create your own photographic masterpieces.


If you forget to bring a novel, you will find a good selection of paperbacks, magazines, guidebooks to the area and walking booklets. If you plan on sending lots of postcards, the Post Office is just a short stroll away.


Explore the cliff-top coastal paths with views to the Outer Hebrides. Visit the site of the emergency coastal battery built to defend Loch Ewe during WWII. Walk on the pristine sandy beaches or indulge your archaeological curiosity at Pictish and Viking sites. The area is home to some of the most beautiful mountains, hills, lochs and waterfalls in Scotland and the road to Loch Ewe is listed as one of the top 10 most scenic drives in the world.