Scottish Holiday Cottages - Luxury Self Catering in Ardnamurchan, Scotland
On the shores of Loch Sunart set in the grounds of Feorag House, Shoreline Cottages are 2 purpose built
self catering Scottish holiday cottages offering 5 star accommodation from the moment you arrive.
A Home from Home enviroment, views to marvel at and highland wildlife to be amazed by.
The design and layout offers as much space as possible with a open plan area of 70 square metres on the ground floor spaciously locating the kitchen, dining and sitting areas around a centrally positioned oil fired stove. The 3 expansive bedrooms (1 on ground floor) are all en-suite with both shower and bath.
With 13 acres of grounds to explore, keep a watchful eye out for otters and red deer. Roam the private shoreline or just sit on a rock and absorb the tranquility. We also have very effective midge-eating machines in the area making the evenings ever more pleasurable.
Switch off from the day to day routine and explore Ardnamurchan. Soothing walks in the hills and historic castles are all close by.
Ardnamurchan has a wonderful reputation for eagles, buzzards, harriers and raven. Whilst otters, seals, pine martens, wildcat and deer can be spotted from the windows of the house.
Loch Sunart is ideal for the boating enthusiast with both fishing and sailing readily available. It's just a short trip to the seal colony or just explore the loch shoreline. We welcome guests bringing their own boat, or they can be hired locally.
The small hill lochs teem with brown trout whilst salmon and sea trout fishing can be organised locally for the more discerning angler.
Stalk red or roe deer within easy distance of Shoreline Cottages - we will be pleased to arrange a day or two for the expert shot. Clay shooting can also be organised.
Ardnamurchan is carpeted with wild flowers and plants. Breathe the unpolluted air and enjoy the perfume of wild heather and primrose.
Visit the quiet sandy beaches at Sanna and the Ardnamurchan lighthouse perched above the clear Atlantic waters with views of the Hebrides across the Scottish Minch.