Monday, 18 October 2010

Interiors: Monday morning musing..

As an early riser, waking in the dark is something I find hard in the winter months although I do find it cosy listening to radio 4 while snuggled up until the alarm goes off. Anyway, during the gloomy weather we had recently I found my thoughts drifting towards summer, longer days and holidays..

I have seen this cottage before in a couple of magazines and always liked the simple, comfortable look of the place. I love the calm grey/blue walls and warm wood in the dining room.


Callekille is a cottage which was refurbished by stylist Rosie Brown who is the founder of Papa Stour, the online retailer of Contemporary Scottish craft and design. It is a charming croft , located 8 miles north of Applecross in the North West Highlands of Scotland. It is in one of the most beautiful parts of Scotland, with fabulous uninterrupted views over to Skye, Raasay and Rona. You may journey to the croft over the highest continually rising road in Britain - a winding single track road reminiscent of an Alpine ascent.

The croft has been decorated to a high standard, with 2 bedrooms, a double and a twin, a well equipped kitchen and a snug living room with wood burning stove. It is a 2 hour drive from Inverness airport which has car hire.

For rates and availability please contact Wilderness Cottages

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