Stunning locations

For an unforgettable escape into Ardnamurchan’s incredible landscape, our holiday cottages are perfect. Your gateway for getting out there and exploring the wilds, or just as a place to watch the world go by from… we’ve got something to suit everyone.

Most of our holiday cottages are just a short stroll from the beach – a real winner for children, dogs and adults alike. Sleeping groups of 2 to 11, these cottages are home to holidays that you’ll talk about for years to come.

Braehouse Cottage

From £265
Sleeps 2
  • TV
  • Wood burning stove

This is the characteristic traditional Highland cottage, nestled into the hillside, overlooking the vista of islands to the north. The cottage has recently been refurbished and now sleeps two in a double room, ideal for a couple looking for a romantic retreat for two.

The elevated position is great for spotting wildlife. From the garden you can watch deer in the surrounding parks. Wake early in summer and you will see hinds with their spotted young. In autumn, from this cottage especially, you will hear the roar of rutting stags as they gather and defend their harem of females.

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Branault House

From £265
Sleeps 4
  • TV
  • Wood burning stove

The house has a large enclosed garden where children and pets can play safely, and it's a short walk to the beautiful white sands of Kilmory beach. The surrounding hills are also ideal for walking. After so much fresh air and exercise you will probably want to curl up in front of the log fire - the living room also has satellite television. Upstairs there is one twin and one double room, and a bathroom with shower and bath. The kitchen has a microwave as well as cooker and a washing machine and fridge-freezer.

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Fascadale Lodge

From £425
Sleeps 8
  • TV
  • Wood burning stove

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.

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Fascadale House

From £425
Sleeps 8
  • TV
  • Wood burning stove

Just above the horseshoe of Fascadale bay, the windows capture views of turquoise water and rocky shoreline. Sit out on the patio or in the lounge and relax to the sound of waves on the shore, taste salt on the sea air, and enjoy views of islands to the north. There is also a sauna, for the seriously stressed. In less clement conditions you might want to enjoy the drama of a winter storm from the fireside.

Be sure to pack binoculars - basking sharks, dolphins and whales are regularly sighted offshore.

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Fascadale Cottage

From £365
Sleeps 6
  • TV
  • Wood burning stove

The cottage is built right on the coast on the ruin of a netsman's bothy. The view to the mountains of Eigg, Muck, Rum and the Cuillins of Skye is spectacular as are the green and turquoise waters of Fascadale bay.

The bay itself is stunning. Banks of rounded stones, cast up by countless storms, line the shore. At low tide a beach of pale sand is exposed, which gives the waters their colour. This is where the boats landed their catch, to be stored in the ice house, which remains to this day.

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Achateny House

From £425
Sleeps 8
  • TV

The house has views northwards across the sea to the islands of Skye, Eigg, Rum and Muck. The garden attracts many songbirds, which in turn have attracted a pair of sparrowhawks which regularly create havoc overhead. To the west deer graze the open ground overnight, returning to the hills in the early morning.
Achateny beach is a couple of minutes walk away down a rough private track. Otters are often seen fishing among the reefs here, and the apparently deserted beach is alive with birds.

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Achateny Cottage

From £374
Sleeps 6
  • TV

Words don't do this cottage justice, but the photos speak for themselves - it is very picturesque and has an incredible outlook to the islands of Eigg, Rum and Skye. This was originally the farmhouse for Achateny farm, with a tiny one-room bothy on the end where the shepherd lived.
Now the cottage has one double room, one twin and one room with bunk-beds, two bathrooms, and the kitchen has cooker, microwave, fridge with freezing compartment and washing machine and dishwasher.

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Swordle Byre

From £448
Sleeps 10
  • TV
  • Wood burning stove

The converted byre is a stylish combination of old and new. The original walls and courtyard remain, however the interior is fresh and modern - the large living area has a traditional log burning stove, and a 42 inch wide-screen television with satellite tv.
There is plenty of living and sleeping space here for large families or groups. In total there are five bedrooms, three double and two twin, all of which are en-suite. Although advertised as sleeping ten, one of the double rooms has a single sofa-bed - ideal as a family room - and the small upstairs lounge also has a double sofa-bed.

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Swordle Bay House

From £495
Sleeps 11
  • TV
  • Wood burning stove

The enormous windows reveal views over the white sand bay and beyond to the islands of Eigg, Muck and Rum, and beyond that to the Cuillins of Skye. From the comfort of the fireside you can watch summer sunsets or winter storms.
The beach is just in front of the house and children while away the hours making sandcastles, exploring pools and paddling. As the beach is secluded, at the end of a private road, it's also great for sunbathing, swimming, boating and bbqs.

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Swordle Farm House

From £495
Sleeps 8
  • Wifi
  • TV
  • Wood burning stove

Swordle Farm House is near a secluded beach which is just a short walk from the house at the end of a private road, perfect for sunbathing, swimming, boating trip and bbqs. Not to mention a popular place for kids to while away the hours on – making sandcastles, exploring pools and paddling.
There are three double bedrooms and one twin, all of which are en-suite. There’s also an additional toilet on the ground floor. The kitchen has cooker, microwave, washing machine, dishwasher and fridge-freezer. The lounge features a large flat-screen television and internet TV.

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