The Croft House is a cozy, comfortable, fun place for 2 people to spend time in the little paradise town of Plockton. It's 2 floors, and includes a kitchen, bathroom, and sitting area on the 1st floor, and a bedroom and a sort of walk-in closet room on the 2nd floor. (I'm not using "cozy" here to politely say "small" ... it's not huge, but is *really* cozy.)
Julia kindly provided some basic groceries to get us started, which were all we needed, including coffee, tea, sugar, bread, butter, milk, shortbread (yum), oat cakes, and a few other things.
We absolutely loved spending time in Plockton. It's a remote small town accessible only by single-track road, and includes a grand total of 2 pubs and maybe 3 or 4 places to eat. We ate at the Plockton Inn many times and enjoyed the food and staff every time. Julia provided many guides about local things to do, and we were particularly enchanted with some of the Walks of Plockton. There are many marked trails around the area. Several of them will end with you having a really good view of the ocean. If the whether is nice, the time around 7-9 pm was the most beautiful light of the day during our walks! We also took the walk at the Ruda Mhor, a private estate that allows the public to come walk on the grounds. This was also charming.
A note to anyone not familiar with single-track roads (there's no driving to Plockton without single-track): They're terrifying at first, but great fun once you get used to them. There is only room for one car on these 2-way roads, except at "passing places" where one side of the road gets wider. When you see a car approaching, you do a quick calculation: "Am I closer to a passing place, or are they?" If it's you, then pull into (if it's on the left) or beside (if it's on the right) and let the other pass ... note that this might involve putting the car into reverse.
Back to the Croft House: It's a great place to stay in a wonderland village, and Julia is a fine host. We would (and hope we do) definitely come back.