Stylish, Remote & Exclusive
Inchnadamph Estate, located in the North-west of Scotland, has been in the same family ownership for three generations. Set amidst the stunning scenery of iconic mountains, lochs and beaches, Inchnadamph is a traditional sporting estate with some of the finest stalking and fishing in Scotland.
The three-storey house was built in 2013 by the renowned architect, Lachie Stewart, with his distinctive style combining traditional Scottish vernacular with a modern-day twist, to create a visually stunning masterpiece.
In addition to its unique design, Inchnadamph House has been sited with the greatest care to optimise the superlative panoramic views over Loch Assynt, across the magnificent range of peaks of Conival, Breabag, Canisp, Beinn Gharbh and Quinag and down to the coast, where on a clear evening the most spectacular sunsets can be witnessed.
Inchnadamph House sleeps sixteen in great comfort. On the first floor, there are three en-suite double bedrooms and a further two double bedrooms sharing a large bathroom. The top floor comprises three compact twin bedrooms and two bathrooms. The turreted master bedroom is an extraordinary feature, with spectacular views and a magnificent chandelier descending from the high, conical ceiling.
The focal point of the ground floor is the large airy sitting room with its great fireplace made from estate marble. The large kitchen is modern and well-equipped and, with its copper fireplace, the dining room has a very special ambience. There is a large and efficient drying room and a separate laundry room.
Two estate cottages within a short driving distance can meet any overflow accommodation requirements, subject to availability.
Up to two house-trained dogs are welcome, dog kennels are also available.