Knoydart house was built with social space in mind, use of light, loch views and natural resources. No stranger to wood our builder, a tall ship builder to heart, created large vaulted ceilings and open timber frame beams which make way for floor to ceiling glass and an uninterrupted view across Loch Nevis. Warm underfoot, step out across 150 square metres of Italian tiles with under floor heating throughout.
Douglas fir solid stairs, glass banisters, wooden flooring, open beams, an open gallery and drystone fireplace with feature drystone wall made using locally sourced Knoydart stone. Rounded plasterwork, pewter handles and open treads are just some of the touches that set this living space apart from the rest. He took the concept of a cottage in Knoydart and transformed our ideas into Knoydart House offering a very unique concept in luxury self catering accommodation on the remote Knoydart Peninsula.
Old and new sit side by side with a large oval antique dining table for 12. State of the art kitchen with induction hob, oven and microwave tower, dishwasher, large american fridge freezer with chilled water dispenser and ice maker, gaggia coffee maker, panasonic breadmaker, denby dinnerware, lobster crackers, wine keepers, hand blender, electronic scales, coffee grinder and a great selection of kitchenalia and cookery books for when the culinary mood takes you. Fresh herbs in the garden, german outdoor furniture for alfresco dining; just flick the switch on the large gas weber barbeque for night time dining on the floodlit wraparound decking overlocking the loch.
The house lends itself well to all ages, and for little guests we have available by request mamas and papas travel cot, stairgate, trip trapp stokke high chair, baby monitors all washed down with good old fresh highland air for early beds and lazy days. elm antique church chairs, butlers tray, vintage inspired chandeliers, stunning superking beds with 5 foot headboards and white crisp linen fit for an Egyptian queen!