Two Self Catering cottages in the beautiful West highlands of Scotland renowned for their exceptional locations, views and scenery and for quality accommodation at affordable prices.
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Each of the cottages listed here is individually owned and managed and all bookings and enquiries are handled by the owners, ensuring you receive the best possible personal service and attention together with all the benefits of local knowledge and advice.
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Birchbank Cottage by Loch Awe | 4 bedrooms, sleeping up to 8 adults

Set in an elevated position and commanding stunning views over Lochawe, this detached holiday property is well furnished and ideally located for exploring the west coast of Scotland.

Spend long summer nights on the large deck, over looking the Loch

  • Local activities include boat hire, golf, walking, trout and salmon fishing, cycling and pony trekking
  • View the wildlife with golden eagles, otters and red deer often spotted, or visit the romantic ruins of Kilchurn Castle and the famous hollow mountain at Cruachan
  • Sail to the Inner Hebrides by ferry from Oban, or enjoy the bars and restaurants around the busy harbour
  • Shop, pub and restaurant 0.5 miles
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Fernbank Cottage near Glencoe | 4 bedrooms, sleeping 8

Fernbank Cottage is a split level 4 BEDROOM villa with superb views across Loch Linnhe to Ardgour and the mountains beyond. It is decorated and furnished to a very high standard and is the ideal base for a holiday in this area of outstanding beauty.

The nearby mountains of Glencoe and Nevis Range attract climbers, walkers, mountain bikers and in Winter, skiers. On the doorstep fishing, canoeing and golfing are available.

There are also numerous sites of historical interest to visit. Fort William to the north has the amenities of a large town. In the summer the West Highland Steam Train (aka the Hogwarts Express) runs to Mallaig via the Glenfinnan Viaduct.
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