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Welcome to Doire an Daimh

Set on a hilltop in eighteen acres of mature open woodland, with wonderful views of mountains and lochs, Doire an Daimh (Gaelic for 'Thicket of the Stags') provides superior and secluded self-catering whilst being close to the friendly village of Acharacle, with its shops and restaurants.

Doire an Daimh has accommodation for up to six people in three bedrooms, one en-suite: the main bathroom has a jacuzzi bath. The lounge has TV, DVD and radio/CD player, a leather suite, oak flooring,and a wood-burning stove. There is a separate dining room, a fully-equipped kitchen/diner with electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer and dish washer: and a washing machine lives in the utility/drying room, alongside the central heating boiler. The house has wheelchair access.

Outside there are two large deck areas with seats and tables, enjoying superb views across this beautiful area - perfect for a sunny lunch or dinner.

Red deer and badgers are daily visitors to Doire an Daimh and there is a wealth of other wildlife in the area including otters, pine martens, red squirrrels, white-tailed and golden eagles, seals and porpoise.

Walkers will find a wealth of routes straight from the front door, and the area offers a wide range of leisure and sporting activities.

For cyclists, or for the motorist, our roads have little traffic even in summer and offer the chance to see more of this glorious area, which extends westwards to Ardnamurchan, the western-most point on the British mainland.

Sea fishing, hill loch fishing and game fishing on the River Shiel are all available within the Acharacle area.

Explore our website and learn more about Doire an Daimh and the surrounding area - the history, geology, archaeology and the astonishing beauty of our mountains and lochs. A stunning location to enjoy some of the most dramatic landscape the west coast of Scotland has to offer. You can contact us using the links below.