57 Nord is a remote hideaway for two in the Scottish Highlands, featuring sleek, contemporary architecture and fine home comforts from which to explore the stunning natural surroundings.
The property, set at the junction of three ancient sea lochs, is designed to emulate the traditional Scottish crofter’s dwelling. Floor to ceiling windows frame the panoramic views of Loch Duich, Eilean Donan Castle and the Kintail Mountains.
Couples will enjoy complete removal from distractions and the romanticism of the surrounding elements.
The property is designed to emulate the traditional Scottish crofter’s dwelling from the outside, while the interior resembles a combination of contemporary Scandinavian hygge and artisanal Scottish details that celebrate the region’s unique, Norse-Gaelic heritage.
Rooms and Suites
A large bedroom and open plan living area sleeps two.
Food and Drink Facilities
Guests enjoy a hamper of fresh artisanal goods on arrival including the modern essentials, from expertly baked sourdough to the finest Scottish smoked salmon and local cheeses – the small hamlet within walking distance ensures supplies are kept in abundance. An honesty bar further confirms there is no need to seek civilisation, comprising a selection of internationally celebrated wines and local peated whiskey. There are a number of acclaimed distilleries in the area and restaurants serving world-class cuisine should guests choose to explore, otherwise the option to have their own chef deliver fine dining at home.
Onsite Recreational / Activity Facilities
Activities focus primarily on life’s daily rituals, from making fresh coffee to watching the elements or cooking freshly caught crayfish on an open fire.
This part of the Highlands is home to famous distilleries and Michelin starred restaurants, with breath-taking hikes and drives all around.
£900 for three nights
57 Nord is located on the scenic coast of Wester Ross, just two hours by car from Inverness Airport and 15 minutes from Skye.
Address: Sky House, Upper Ardelve, Kyle IV40 8EY