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With a view like this from your window you could be forgiven for forgetting about walking! Or you could stroll down to the beach for the sunset. Or you could try one of the many walks in the area, or go out with our local Ranger and learn a bit about the history and natural history of the area while you walk. When you get home you could have a game of pool or table tennis in the games room or relax with a sauna or steam shower. Go on!
Lovely open views. Set back from the ’Road to the Isles’ this detached bungalow enjoys open views across the historic village of Glenfinnan. Situated at the head of Loch Shiel the village is steeped in history as it was here that Bonnie Prince Charlie rallied his Jacobite troops in 1745.
Situated in the village of Arisaig on the 'Road to the Isles', this semi-detached holiday house is perfect for exploring the west Highland coastline. Cruise to the small isles of Eigg, Muck, Rum or the Isle of Skye. For wildlife enthusiasts, minke whales, dolphins, porpoises, basking sharks, otters and golden eagles often spotted.
Come and stay on the tranquil shores of Loch Morar on a working croft with panoramic views of the loch and surrounding hills. See wildlife such as eagles and red deer on your door step and explore wonderful Lochaber at your leisure.
The Byres is a recently renovated stone croft house providing modern. A triangular picture window in one gable provides panoramic views of Loch Morar. The Byres is detached and situated within the owners grounds and has access to an area of garden with a duck pond and furniture. Enjoy boat trips, walks or just lazing around.
A superior, spacious, modern detached holiday home, Locheil Lodge offers luxury accommodation. Set in a rural location, close to the shores of Locheil, this fabulous, tastefully furnished home has magnificent views across Loch Eil to the mountains of Ardgour. Conveniently located on the famous 'Road to the Isles' and within easy reach of Fort William, the 'Outdoor Capital of the UK', Locheil Lodge is an ideal base for those looking to explore this fabulous area of Scotland, with its amazing history, outstanding scenery and glorious wildlife.
Detached wooden lodge in a superb holiday location on a small working farm, on the Road to the Isles, overlooking Locheil and the Treslaig Hills, with splendid open moor and hills beyond. 12 miles from Fort William and Ben Nevis. Modern very cosy lodge, well furnished and attractive. Ideally placed for touring the Western Highlands, walking, climbing and ski-ing.
Set on the banks of Loch Shiel this delightful detached holiday lodge is situated on the 'Road to the Isles' in the historic village of Glenfinnan; an ideal base for touring the West Highlands, with breathtaking scenery and a variety of outdoor activities. Visit the NTS Monument, Visitor Centre and the beautiful St Mary and St Finnan Church.
Traditionally built on one level, the Croft House is situated in the small crofting township of Garvan on the southern shore of Loch Eil. The West Highland Railway Line runs along the opposite shore of Loch Eil next to the Road to the Isles and from May to October a steam train travels from Fort William to Mallaig and back. The view from the cottage is on to Loch Eil and the surrounding hills and mountains.
The Croft House sleeps up to six comfortably in one double bedroom and two twin rooms. There is a well furnished lounge and a large, fully equipped kitchen with microwave, cooker, fridge freezer, washing machine, tumble dryer and dishwasher. Short breaks available, minimum 3 night stay.
If you are looking for breathtaking scenery, wildlife, somewhere peaceful and relaxing to stay then look no further. Ceithir Raithean translated means four seasons and is situated on the 'Road to the Isles' with glorious views across to Eigg, Rhum and Skye. Whatever time of year you find your self here you are bound to be struck by the beauty of the scenery.
Ceithir Raithean was built in 1999 and designed by a local architect. With a light and spacious feel about the place there are three bedrooms, three doubles, one with en suite shower. One single bed on the decking and if you are expecting visitors a sofa bed, which sleeps two.