Church House, Poolewe
In need of rest and relaxation? Look no further!
Located in one of the most picturesque areas of the British Isles, Church House is to be found in the peaceful coastal village of Poolewe, Wester Ross, close to the River Ewe where it flows into the sea.
Poolewe is the perfect base for touring the Highlands, walking, Munro climbing, bird watching, golf, pony trekking, sea life cruises, or … just enjoying the peace and quiet. It lies at the head of Loch Ewe on the Wester Ross Coastal Trail, a drive of approximately 1½ hours north-west from Inverness.
Set back from the road behind St Maelrubha’s Episcopal Church, this purpose-built, church-owned, holiday bungalow adjoins the church hall, but with its own entrance from the church car park. The main bedroom and sitting room are located at the back, overlooking a patio and enclosed lawn area.
Sleeping up to four, there are two bedrooms (1 double, 1 twin) with fitted wardrobes; bathroom with shower over the bath; comfortably furnished sitting/dining room with colour TV, DVD player, radio/CD player, and dining table and chairs. From here the French door leads to the patio and lawn with table and chairs. The fully fitted and well equipped kitchen has electric cooker, microwave, fridge/freezer and a washer/dryer (plus a washing line in garden). The house is well supplied with duvets, pillows, and bed linen, but does not include towels and tea towels. Night storage heating, plus extra heaters. Hair dryer provided. Tea/coffee, milk and shortbread await your arrival. Clean bed linen provided each week if you are staying for longer than one week.
The village has a well-stocked village store/post office, coffee shop, hotel/restaurant, and an indoor heated swimming pool. The world-famous Inverewe Gardens are within walking distance.
Tariff: £295 per week, inclusive of all electricity and hot water.
Let: Friday – Friday, available all year.
Sorry, no pets.
For further details, please look at our website: www.churchhousepoolewe.co.uk
or e-mail Jenny at: firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone: 01445 731177
A Quiet Space in the Northwest
The Chapel of St Mary the Virgin is housed on the ground floor of 25 Market Street, Ullapool and above it is a flat.
The flat on the first floor, has until recently been made available as holiday accommodation on a not-for-profit basis. This arrangement has now ceased, and the flat is now available for use as a resource for the Diocese of Moray, Ross & Caithness, particularly for Clergy, Church-workers or Church groups who wish to make retreat, have quiet time or just ‘time out’.
There are three bedrooms (two twins, and one with a double and single bed), a sitting-room with TV, kitchen and bathroom. No charge is made for using this facility, although guests are asked to cover the costs of the electricity they use, laundry, and cleaning the flat after use (although this last charge can be waived if you wish to do your own cleaning before leaving).
For further details and availability, please contact: Mrs Gilly Court on 01854-612506, or email email@example.com
Priests using the flat are invited – if they wish – to preside and/or preach at the Eucharist whilst in residence. If this is the case, please contact the Rector, the Rev’d Canon Nicholas Court on: 01854-612506, or via email firstname.lastname@example.org
– See more at: http://moray.anglican.org/a-quiet-space-in-ullapool/#sthash.15u1TwBp.dpuf
Courthill Chapel Chalet
Courthill Chapel is the parish church of Lochcarron and the surrounding area. It is situated in one of the most scenic parts of Wester Ross, with easy access to Torridon, Applecross, Plockton and Skye. The area abounds in places to eat, walking paths, and interesting places to visit.
The church lets a little chalet to clergy and ordinands of the Anglican Communion, but welcomes enquiries from other church people as well. We enjoy meeting people from the wider church, and will invite you to officiate or otherwise take part in our Sunday service if you would like.
The chalet provides basic accommodation for four in double and twin rooms. All facilities are provided, and the village of Lochcarron six miles away has all the usual services. We let from May to October, but other dates are possible by arrangement. We provide duvet covers and pillowcases; but please bring bottom sheet and towels. £190 p.w. first week, £170 p.w. for further weeks, electricity at cost.
Enquiries to: Sheila Robinson 01520 722909 or Marcus Given 01520 722617 email@example.com
The Old Post Office,
Main St, Lochcarron.