Built on the ruins of a 15th Century shepherds cottage, the house overlooks Fascadale bay and has a panoramic view of the islands to the north and mountain ranges to the east. The patio is a suntrap and from here you can watch birds or scan for sharks, dolphins and whales out to sea, or just close your eyes and soak up the sounds and scents of the coast.
The nearby woodland is a haven for birds and you are likely to see buzzards, kestrels, sparrowhawks and possibly eagles hunting here and over neighbouring moorland. From this point there are lengthy hill or coastal walks, after which a spell in the sauna or in front of the fire might be in order.
The house has two double bedrooms, 1 en-suite and the 2 twin rooms. In the kitchen there is a cooker, microwave, washing machine and dishwasher as well as fridge-freezer. The lounge has a television and dvd.
Fascadale Lodge is available from Saturday to Saturday.
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Please first follow the directions in Getting Here
From Salen turn onto the B8007 and head west along the shores of Loch Sunart. After about seven miles you will pass the impressive and historic Glenborrodale Castle, the newly built Ardnamurchan Distillery and Nadurra Visitor Centre. The road takes you further along the coast before heading inland for a few miles past the impressive Ben Hiant. You will soon come to a junction to the right, signposted Kilmory (2.5 miles), Fascadale (4 miles), Ockle (4 miles). Follow this road and then after 1.3 miles take the left fork and then after just under a mile turn left. Follow the road to Fascadale towards the shore, Fascadale Lodge is situated on the left as you approach the three properties.
Take the B8007 towards Salen. After about 2.5 miles turn off to the left, signposted Kilmory (2.5 miles), Fascadale (4 miles), Ockle (4 miles). Follow this road and then after 1.3 miles take the left fork and then after just under a mile turn left. Follow the road to Fascadale towards the shore , Fascadale Lodge is situated straight on the right as you approach the three properties.