‘Jack’ and ‘Jill’, unique 2-bedroom, strawbale houses in a stunning, elevated Highland setting. ‘Jack’ caters to people of all physical abilities.
Each house has floor-to-ceiling glass doors opening onto a balcony, a well equipped kitchen, en-suite bedrooms, wi-fi, a large deck with chiminea and a hot tub. Also adjacent BBQ areas.
‘Jack’ is fully accessible with a wheelchair lift, wet rooms, mechanised toilet, lowered kitchen work surface and hoists in the bedroom, bathroom and for the hot tub.
Robert and Justine Dunn have lived and worked in Strontian for 20 years. Before that they were tropical foresters working mainly in Africa and the Caribbean.
“We have always planned to develop some holiday rental properties and when Robert came across the design for these strawbale houses we knew this was what we wanted to build. It has been a huge learning experience for both of us, but we think we have managed to produce somewhere for a unique Highland holiday experience.”
‘What a fantastic way to spend a honeymoon! We couldn’t have wished for anything better. A beautiful location and house, it has everything we needed for a peaceful escape from everyday life. Nothing like sitting in the hot tub with some fizz gazing at the stars!’ We’ll be back!’
“Jill is an outstanding property, it has everything you would expect from a space with great attention to detail and a decor that compliments its surroundings. The stillness and calmness leaves you feeing refreshed and vitalised. The view is breath-taking and forever changing. The natural light and panoramic design of the front elevation stimulates the senses and you could find yourself lost in a world of mindfulness. Having stayed in many properties in the Highlands this is, by far, the one I have connected with the most. The combination of exquisite design and great hots makes for what can only be described as the ‘perfect getaway’. “
‘Just “Wow!” Views, beaches, wildlife and bubbles! An incredible place to stay. Thank you for all the information, Sanna Beach was worth the winding roads! The kids will miss “Steve Marten”!’