Tigh na’ Tilleadh is in the hamlet of Polbain (The White Pool or Pond) overlooking the Summer Isles on the Coigach Peninsula some twenty-five miles (40 kilometres) to the north-west of Ullapool in Wester Ross in the North-West of Scotland. The house is equipped as a family home. It has a sitting room, with a sofa-bed, a dining room, with high-chair and a fully-equipped kitchen on the ground-floor. Upstairs there is a bathroom with a power-shower in a bathroom overlooking the sea, a double bedroom, a twin bedroom with additional bunks, and a single bedroom. There is an additional fold-down bed and a cot.The Coigach Peninsula itself is remote, but then that is its charm. For the active, it has the mountain of the North-West Highlands as its backdrop with extensive hill-walking and climbing. It is ideal for leisurely cycling, as long as you do not mind a hill or two. Cearcall na’Coigach (The Coigach Ring Road) in either direction offers some of the best views in the Highlands. Clockwise you have views of the Summer Isles. Anti-clockwise you have the panorama of Beinn Mor Coigach, Beinn a’Eoin, Stac Pollaidh, Cul Mor, Cul Beag, Suilven and Canisp. The sheltered waters of Summer Isles offer some of the best sea-kayaking in Britain between the Summer Isles, as well as a number of excellent diving locations. For those wanting more of a rest, including families, there are gentler walks, wonderful views and a number of beaches including Achnahaird, one of the most stunning in the West. Inverpolly Nature Reserve and the West Highland Geo-Park are close by. There is sea and loch fishing and everywhere there is raw nature with dolphins and killer whales, eagles and deer regularly to be seen.