The house is newly built in a crofting style on the site of an old church and is finished and furnished to a high standard in a contemporary style with hard flooring and rugs. It retains echoes of its origins with a double height ceiling over the living room and a gallery area which overlooks the Summer Isles. The house is centrally heated throughout and well insulated against the the occasional (!) wild Wester Ross weather.
The open plan living and dining area with large wood burning stove is the heart of the house and a great place to start and end the day! Both living and dining space have sea views, and open on to a well-equipped modern kitchen.
Quinag can accommodate up to ten people. There are four bedrooms; three doubles and one twin. Two of the double rooms are downstairs (one is en-suite), and would be suitable for less mobile guests. There is a further large family bathroom downstairs, and a shower room upstairs (all with power showers). White towels and high quality white cotton bed linen are included. Toiletries by Scottish Fine Soaps.
The gallery area provides more living / sleeping accommodation with its own TV and a double sofa bed which can accommodate two further guests (by agreement).
The main living area has a large (internet) TV, DVD player and radio/Ipod dock. Wi-fi broadband is available throughout the house. There is an extensive DVD movie library, walking books and OS maps, together with activity guides and suggested walks.
At the front of the house there is parking for up to 3 cars. Some of the garden is laid to grass and there is a large table and 6 chairs. The front garden is south facing and enjoys views over the sea to the Summer Isles.
Quinag is wheelchair accessible and a ramp to the front door can be provided if required. Once inside the open plan layout is suitable for wheelchair users and the hard flooring throughout aids mobility. Cars can be driven straight to the front door. With plenty of room for a large group, Quinag is ideal for a family get-together.