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We think this is a wonderful part of the Highlands with masses of great walking, deserted beaches and plenty of places for refreshment. Loch Ewe is well known for the part it played in the Artic Convoys during World War II and in the summer there is a real interesting museum just up the road in the school - there is also a cafe with home made cakes. It is all part of fund raising efforts to raise funds for a new museum about this important part of war time history.
We fell in love with the plot on which Aodann sits because of the views. Aodann sits above the road that runs along the western shore of Loch Ewe which gives you the most amazing view of pretty much the whole Loch. Even if the weather isn't right for walking (well it is Scotland!) we are happy just sitting with a book watching the weather sweep across the Loch - the view is always changing.
We built the house which wasn't without its challenges, but we are delighted with the result. We find we relax as soon as we arrive and we never tire of that view!
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