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Durnamuck - Northwest Highlands - Scotland
Welcome to “Sound of Durnamuck", ​A great escape with a few little extras you'll find hard to beat!

We invite you to our rural private croftland covering 16 acres of unspoiled natural environment. Here on the seaside we offer three exclusive self catering opportunities;  our Tiny House Elegance Grand, our Western Wagon and The Rustic Barn. 
Our croft land is completely car free, secure and enclosed by stunning, natural landscapes and shady woodlands.

Sound of Durnamuck is an ideal location to be one with nature. Here you can walk through the woods and along the Allt Doire Nam Muc stream, surrounded by the natural sounds of birds, running water and the wind whistling through the trees. Ideal for an adventure with the kids. It’s a truly relaxing experience with amazing sealoch and mountains views.

Everything is available for your four-legged friend(s), after all, we are dog-friendly.

Sound of Durnamuck is more than a self catering, those who wish can order a breakfast basket delivered to your door. With that option we are a B&B on the days you choose.

Below the croft land lies Little Loch Broom, a protected marine territory located in "The Minch" (a strait in the Atlantic Ocean between the Highlands and the Hebrides). The loch is home to whales, dolphins and giant sharks, among others. Little Loch Broom is roughly 9.5 miles / 15.3 km long and 1 mile / 1.6 km wide.


Wester Ross is home to no fewer than three national nature reserves. There is the Beinn Eighe National Nature Reserve, then the hugely impressive Corrieshalloch Gorge National Nature Reserve, and finally, Knockan Crag National Nature Reserve, where incredible discoveries in Victorian times changed the world concept of geology forever. So, don't just drive through Wester Ross without stopping - take some time and discover more about where we live! 


The famous North Coast 500 route is just 0.8 miles / 1.2 km away. This is one of the world's most iconic coastal tour routes. Discover the breath-taking beauty of the Northern Highlands with its white sandy beaches, rugged mountains, deep gorges, wild moors and hidden gems that provide a wealth of unforgettable experiences.


In addition to our Shetland sheep and chickens, you can often see herds of wild deer roaming the hillside of Sound of Durnamuck, and various birds such as buzzards and sea eagles flying overhead.

Linda and Mike

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