Highland state of Bliss
Situated in the North West Highlands of Scotland, Wester Ross is a designated UNESCO biosphere. Framed by the Torridon Massif to the south and the Outer Hebrides to the north with a whole lot of Atlantic in between. the landscapes are jaw dropping. Bliss Haus sits on the south facing shore of Loch Ewe, a perfect vantage point for watching the abundant wildlife, and with the vast floor-to-ceiling windows, you are always connected to the wild outdoors.
Love our Planet
Bliss Haus is eco chic, green tourism and sustainability are top of our list for making your stay true bliss. With natural materials and textiles, low VOC paints, recycled glass, reclaimed and sustainable wood. The property is on the main grid power supplied by Bulb (using only sustainable power), also there are photovoltaic panels and a clever Zappy electric car charger enabling you to holiday in comfort and style, with a lower carbon footprint. All of the products used here are free from nasties, so from cleaning to laundry to Bath & Body there is a minimum impact on the environment through use and manufacture.
Dwell in Bliss
The interior has a fun, colourful vibe creating a stylish space for two to four people. Intelligent living combines sustainability with integrity and Biophilic design (design features that reconnect people with nature), making for a calming and restorative space.
Curves feature strongly in this stylish Highland abode. A circular entrance hall clad with tactile birch ply draws you into an open concept design, a sociable relaxed vibe giving spectacular views through the giant floor-to-ceiling windows. A super comfy living space with a big squishy sofa makes the ideal spot for enjoying precious time with your favourite folk in front of the log burner.
The contemporary kitchen has all the appliances and gadgets needed to keep the most creative chefs happy and inspired. Fresh fish & seafood, local honey, eggs are readily available for any fine dining feast. There’s a stylish dining space with a reclaimed pine table, retro leather seating for six and a sunset glitterball for your inner disco diva. This kitchen is most definitely made for dancing.
Outside, a large wrap-around larch deck gives you plenty of space to relax, the perfect place to unwind and soak up the amazing surroundings and dramatic sunsets. Funky outside furniture give the option of alfresco dining in the warmer months. Star gazing out over the loch, snuggled up by the fire pit makes for memorable evenings – especially if you get a glimpse of the Northern Lights.
Lets spend the night together
When it comes to sleeping there is one master suite, a romantic cocoon of relaxed calm featuring a king-size Button & Sprung bed, where you can be lulled to sleep with the sounds of the ocean and enjoy uninterrupted views out over the fields. There is a spacious en-suite with a walk through rain shower giving it a spa-like feel. The second bedroom is beautifully designed, with two spacious bespoke steamer style bunks with porthole windows. There’s more curve appeal here in the second bathroom, with a bright, spacious shower and views out to the loch.
The Big Blue
Straight through the garden gate and out to the beach, the loch is the perfect place for some early morning wild swimming. There are plenty of amazing guided kayaking options by Conor Brown of Ewe Canoe available locally for all levels of experience. Experience the diverse marine wildlife with Gairloch marine wildlife centre and cruises, sea snorkelling safaris, fishing trips, sailing all go from the pier in Gairloch village just 12 miles away.
White sandy beaches and turquoise waters are within walking distance, or a quick drive over the headland will take you to Mellon Udrigle, one of the most breathtaking beaches on the west coast. The small vibrant crofting community of Aultbea has cafes, a Russian Arctic convoy museum, an abundantly stocked local shop, Aultbea Stores, with deli/ bakery and an outstanding range of gins and whiskies.