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Places to stay in Isle of Mull

Places to stay in Isle of Mull
This is a SMALL, BASIC bunk house, not a 5 star hotel! It does not have heating so think before booking it for winter! Bring sleeping bags & food Bedding & cot available on request (£8 each) Microwave, kettle, toaster, plates, mugs etc. Toilet/shower. Easdale is quiet. We have a pub but only other nightlife consists of otters, birds and sunsets. No roads so leave car and take ferry. Views are terrific, people are friendly. Easdale is not just special, it's unique. Well behaved dogs welcome.
When I say "small and basic" I mean it! Think of it as posh camping! A 3 man tent is cramped for 3 people. This is bigger but it is still small. Most 3 man tents do not have an ensuite shower room with toilet!
  • Exactly as described and a perfect hideaway on the perfect hideaway island. Really enjoyed Ruth and Dougal's company and would highly recommend a visit to Easdale

    Eoin2017-07-17T00:00:00Z
  • We had a great time! The room was nice and clean, the views were amazing, and Ruth is just such a lovely person! Highly recommended.

    Alexandra2016-07-12T00:00:00Z
  • Best place ever! Don't hesitate, just go!

    Lies2016-08-29T00:00:00Z
  • Perfectly beautiful tiny, friendly island stay with really warm and entertaining hosts who are both great cooks. You will meet strange woolly pigs too.

    Isabel2017-04-28T00:00:00Z
  • Easdale is a fascinating place and the people there are very friendly and helpful. Ruth's bunkhouse is just exactly 'what is says on the box', a little house with bunks, but also your own shower - so a step up from 'glamping'. There are nice pubs, one on the island and one ashore and a walk around the island to explore is really interesting.

    Richard2017-06-06T00:00:00Z
  • The Wee Bunk House is not that small when you consider what’s inside. You can sleep up to three people, have your own shower / toilet, Kettle (supplied with tea and milk!), toaster, plates and cutlery… The island is great, the quarries amazing, the pigs very cute and the people very friendly :-)

    Arnaud2017-09-08T00:00:00Z
  • The Bunkhouse was just as described - snug, cosy, well thought-out and -equipped. Two adults and a six year old slept like logs - and oh, the joy of hearing the early morning rain drumming on a solid roof! It felt a real privilege to be able to stay on this amazing island for a night (though one night wasn't enough) and have money to spare to spend on Dughall's delicious breakfast, as well as bags of pig feed. (You wait until you meet the (woolly) pigs...) Thanks for a wonderful stay, all!

    Alice2017-08-29T00:00:00Z
  • As mentioned, not a 5 star room, but the private bathroom is much appreciated. The island is amazing, we had a great weather and we enjoyed exploring this piece of heaven.

    Florentine2017-07-25T00:00:00Z
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    Private room


    Property Type

    Cabin


    Accommodates

    3


    Bedrooms

    1

    Oban, United Kingdom

    Converted from the original croft cattle shed, the Cleadale Bothy offers basic self-catering accommodation for up to four people. Costs of £55 per night (regardless of number of people staying) include bedding, wood, gas and electricity. The bothy is located on our organic sustainable croft at the northern end of Eigg with stunning views looking Westwards over the Atlantic Ocean towards the Isle of Rum. New for 2013: Our house extension is now complete which means visitors have access to a shower and flushing toilet. On sunny days there is plenty of hot water from our solar water heater(URL HIDDEN) Cleadale Bothy is a one room building with a wood burning stove, table and chairs, full size gas cooker (with up to date gas safety certificate), sink with cold running water and everything needed for basic self catering accommodation. Sleeping accommodation comprises a double futon and raised single bed. An extra mattress can be placed under the single bed for a fourth person. A compost toilet is situated close to the bothy. As well as food and drink, visitors need to bring their own towels and a torch. We ask that outside shoes are removed when entering so a pair of inside shoes is advisable as the floor in the kitchen area is not carpeted. We provide a hand towel and tea-towel with the bedding.
  • We loved our two nights in the bothy. Sue and her husband were extremely accommodating, picking us up and dropping us back at the ferry and generally making us feel part of Eigg's very special island community. It's a great place for walking or just relaxing in the company of chickens, sheep, goats and very few people.... so very highly recommended!

    Andrew2014-06-03T00:00:00Z
  • The bothy was perfect for my 5 night trip. I slept fine in the bunk and kept nice and warm with one of the two hot water bottles provided. The compost toilet is very close with a proper toilet and shower down at the house are good. The kitchen facilities are good, great gas cooker and a little fridge. There is a radio with good reception. The views of the cliffs from the windows are stunning. Neil and Sue were away when I was there but the volunteer looking after the farm was nice and friendly. The island itself is a beautiful place. I was made very welcome at the pier and invited to a ceilidh that night, it was so much fun, danced all night and got to bed at 3.15am, I don't even stay out that late in Glasgow! The rest of the time I was out walking. The walk along the cliffs is superb. The cafe serves great food and the shop and post office are well equipped. I will definitely return to Eigg and would stay in the bothy again :)

    Shirley2015-10-15T00:00:00Z
  • Beautiful place! Sue was a very caring and organized host. The bothy was comfortable, clean and quiet. We wish we could have stayed longer.

    Kate2015-07-08T00:00:00Z
  • We had a wonderful stay. We could only stay 1 night but wish we could have stayed longer. Sue's husband Neil kindly picked us up and dropped us off at the ferry and gave us an overview of the island. The pictures don't fully show just how beautiful the location is. The bothy itself is compact but does not feel too small. To be honest, though, the bothy isn't the reason to go as you shouldn't spend much time in there at all. Instead, you should go to relax in and explore this beautiful island.

    Jonathan2015-10-02T00:00:00Z
  • We loved our stay on Eigg. Sue's bothy is perfect for two, very cosy with the wood burner. The view from the door is astonishing. We especially liked Eigg's extremely friendly dogs, cats, sheep and chickens!

    Elvie2016-04-22T00:00:00Z
  • Cosy bothy in a beautiful location. Quirky but comfortable

    Lei2018-08-25T00:00:00Z
  • We were met at the pier by Sue and Neil who arrived to collect us in a pick-up and a van, knowing how much clobber we were carrying. The warm and friendly greeting to the island was lovely. The bothy is as they say. Very cosy and comfortable and a woodburner to belt out heat. There is also a room in the house with a piano and access to wifi. The whole set-up is very friendly and communicative. A real treat to stay.

    vicky2015-08-23T00:00:00Z
  • It was a very memorable experience staying here. The location and setting is simply stunning and reminiscent of Iceland or the Faeroes with the back drop of basalt cliffs and the "Finger of the Lord" rock stack and magnificent views over to Rum. Neil picked us up from the wharf and also dropped us back which was much appreciated as it is a pleasant 90 minute walk to Cleadale from the wharf. The facilities are basic (as befits the bothy stay) so please be careful to read Sue's description. Sue and Neil have wifi (which we didn't use) and also a hot shower (for about 2 pounds extra). The water supply is from St Columba's well which has to be the softest water I have ever experienced. There is no mobile reception at the bothy, but signal is available half way to the wharf and at the wharf. All in all, a most memorable experience indeed!

    Richard2016-06-29T00:00:00Z
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    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Cabin


    Accommodates

    4


    Bedrooms

    1

    Isle of Eigg, United Kingdom

    Lochside Lodge is a beautiful luxury log cabin on the shore of Loch Awe. Wood burning stove, wood burning hot tub, natural outdoor fire pit, secluded, all year round use. On the shore front with fishing rights on the Loch
    Lochside Lodge is a beautiful, luxury log cabin full of character and charm and provides a true log cabin experience. The wood fired hot tub sits on the verandah overlooking the loch with stunning views to enjoy. The lodge is situated on its own 1/3 acre plot right on the shore of Loch Awe in the beautiful setting of Loch Awe Forest Park. This luxury cabin consists of open plan Lounge, dining area & kitchen, double bedroom, twin room (bunk beds) and family shower room. The lounge and dining area has a high vaulted ceiling and is mainly glazed to maximise the stunning views. The main bedroom is in the stunning mezzanine which looks out directly on to Loch Awe and with its own ensuite bathroom is absolute luxury. There is satellite TV, DVD, Hi Fi (via TV & DVD), sofa, easy chairs, dining table and a lovely wood burning stove. The French windows opening onto a raised veranda look straight out onto the loch with the steps leading down to the shore and large fire pit. The kitchen area is well equipped, with cooker, fridge (with freezer compartment), microwave, toaster, kettle and all necessary utensils, crockery & cutlery.Shower room is tastefully finished and has electric shower, wash basin, toilet and shaver point The cabin is very private and comes with fishing rights and easy access to boat launch area. The cabin is timber lined throughout, double glazed, highly insulated, well heated and suitable for year round use. It provides a balance of luxury and comfort while maintaining the character, charm & feel of a true log cabin on the shore of Loch Awe. .Whether you require a base from which to explore Argyll and the west coast, simply enjoy the local area or just relax and be at one with nature our log cabin provides the perfect location. We accept up to 2 dogs at an additional charge of £20 per booking FREE WIFI ,TOWELS PROVIDED, NO HIDDEN CHARGES
    The scenery and wildlife of the Loch Awe area is simply outstanding; arguably the best the UK has to offer. Loch Aweside Forest Cabins site is located near Dalavich on the NW shore of stunning Loch Awe, approximately 30 minutes from the west coast of Scotland. It covers an area of nearly 60 acres with a selection of privately owned cabins distributed throughout, on large, well spaced & private forest, woodland and loch side plots. This magical, mythical area is steeped in history and offers amazing scenery and tranquillity with an abundance of walks, cycle routes and places to visit and explore. The wildlife in the area is amongst the most abundant in the UK, with Osprey, Sea Eagle, Golden Eagle, Pine Marten, Red Squirrel, Red, Roe and Sika Deer and much more present. The loch itself, with its many islands, 5 castle ruins, cranogs and bays, is one of the prettiest, least spoiled in Scotland and offers legendary fishing (free of charge to cabin owners) and outstanding outdoor adventure. On site / village facilities include boat hire, bike hire, small shop / café, community centre, bar / restaurant and coin operated laundry.
  • Great wee place, highly recommend a stay here.

    Andy2017-06-12T00:00:00Z
  • Excellent and so relaxing

    Ian2017-04-11T00:00:00Z
  • Gorgeous magical place to stay, especially as it snowed. Hot tub was the highlight, and the dog loved playing on the enclosed garden and the surrounding woods. Would love to stay again. Super warm and cosy. I was devastated to come home. Thank you!

    Sam2017-12-12T00:00:00Z
  • Its a wonderful and picturesque cabin - we enjoyed our stay very much!! I absolutely can recommend it.

    Anna Marejke2018-05-10T00:00:00Z
  • Amazing location on the shores of Loch Awe. Peaceful and relaxing. Hot tub is great - recommend the pre heat service. Local bar and grill open Thursday to Sunday within easy walking distance. Cabin is comfortable (not high end) but the location more than makes up for it.

    David2018-05-13T00:00:00Z
  • Beautiful setting, very relaxing, stunning view... and great hot tub!! Thank you for a lovely stay. Highly recommend!

    Cat2018-04-26T00:00:00Z
  • What an amazing lodge. Right on the Loch with a wood burning hot tub. Our dog loved playing in the loch and chasing the ducks. Lots of great walks for dogs and we hired a boat for a few hours. Well worth doing. Cruachan power station is only 40 mins away. Guides are very knowledgeable and an interesting day out. Loved our weekend and would throughly recommend the Lochside Lodge.

    Linda2017-09-25T00:00:00Z
  • We had a wonderful family stay at the lochside cabin. The views are breathtaking, hot tub incredible, cosy cabin with the log fire and the cabin is equipped with everything you need, bar towels and food! Sonja was an incredible host, very welcoming & kind and went out of her way to make sure we had a perfect stay at the cabin. The kids (2&6) absolutely loved the cabin and the loch, as well as a walk in the woods. Just wish we could have stayed longer....definitely be back though! Highly recommend to anyone wanting a 'back to nature' secluded and remote retreat.

    Charlotte2016-12-20T00:00:00Z
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    Cabin


    Accommodates

    6


    Bedrooms

    3

    Dalavich, Scotland, United Kingdom

    Charming log cabin with a wealth of character and charm in an area of outstanding natural beauty. Lovely, peaceful forest setting, overlooking a babbling burn. Rustic log cabin with wood burning stove & wood fired hot tub.
    Situated in extensive grounds in a peaceful forest setting, overlooking lovely burn and a short walk from the loch shore. Cabin has a Scandinavian style, wood fired hot tub that is available for guest's use at an extra £62 per stay. The accommodation sleeps 8 & consists of open plan Lounge, dining area and kitchen, double bedroom, double bunk room, twin sleeping loft (accessed by ladder) and family shower room. The lounge / dining area has a high vaulted ceiling, Satellite TV, DVD, Hi Fi (via TV and DVD), double sofa bed, easy chairs, dining table for 8 and a lovely wood burning stove. The front elevation is mainly glazed, to maximize the views over burn, with French windows opening onto a raised veranda area. The kitchen area is well equipped, with cooker, fridge / freezer, microwave, toaster, kettle and all necessary utensils, crockery and cutlery. Shower room is tastefully finished and has electric shower, wash basin, toilet and shaver point. Bedroom 1 has a double bed, built in wardrobe / clothes storage and bed side cabinet. Bedroom 2 has bunk beds, wardrobe / clothes storage and bed side cabinet. Sleeping loft has 2 no single beds, clothes storage and bedside cabinet. Outside there is parking for 2 cars, an elevated veranda with garden furniture, a BBQ / fire pit area and ample grounds. The cabin provides privacy and is a short walk from Dalavich village. The cabin is timber lined throughout, double glazed, highly insulated, well heated and suitable for year round use. It provides a balance of luxury and comfort while maintaining the character, charm and feel of a true log cabin in the forest. PLEASE NOTE: Use of hot tub is charged at an additional £62 / stay to advertised rental rates & includes 3 bags of logs. Please confirm if this is required when booking. Additional logs can be purchased from our House Keeper. All electricity and linen (not towels) are included within quoted prices. This is a non smoking cabin.
    The site is in an area of outstanding natural beauty, with breath taking scenery, endless walks, great fishing (free of charge) and abundant wildlife. Whether you require a base from which to explore Argyll and the west coast, simply enjoy the local area or just relax and be at one with nature our log cabins provide the perfect location. Further afield there are endless things to see and do, with Oban, the west coast and the isles within easy reach.
  • We all had a great time at our lodge, very traditional which we loved, hot tub was fab, lovely walks, very peaceful and our dog was welcome too.

    Andrea2018-10-21T00:00:00Z
  • This place is outstanding! A must see! Location is amazing and we had the best weather! We will be back!

    Cally2017-05-08T00:00:00Z
  • This cabn is an absolute gem and just perfect for being away from it all. THe cabin was clean and the service was very professional. I would thoroughly recommend it. Lots of wildlife and great value. I will be coming back.

    Charles2017-10-16T00:00:00Z
  • Host was extremely welcoming and accommodating in the lead up to the trip and during also. The listing was as described and perfectly suited for our needs. The loch and views were perfect and just what we were looking for, would go back in a heartbeat!

    Paul2016-06-11T00:00:00Z
  • Loved the cabin and hot tub! It’s a good size for 5 people with plenty of space and nicely decorated. The surrounding area right beside loch awe is beautiful and very peaceful and the local community very friendly and welcoming. It is a 35 minute drive down B road from Taynuilt so be prepared for a long and windy drive. Definitely worth it once you get there though. Would highly recommend.

    Alice2018-05-25T00:00:00Z
  • Lovely place to visit with friends, we enjoyed the wood burning hot tub, as did the kids! A swallows nest above the balcony with fledging chicks was an added bonus

    Diane2017-08-29T00:00:00Z
  • Just bring your own towels as they charge you £12 for 4 towels. The check out is quite early at 10am so be prepared! The hot tub is £60 pounds for a very difficult to maintain hot bath.

    Tom2017-09-01T00:00:00Z
  • An ideal place for a few days off the grid. Beautiful surroundings and a cosy, well-appointed cabin. Irene and the maintenance man (didn't get his name) were very helpful. We thoroughly enjoyed the hot tub. All of us felt that we had just the kind of experience we were hoping for, and better. Thank you David!

    Katie2017-10-29T00:00:00Z
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    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Cabin


    Accommodates

    8


    Bedrooms

    3

    Taynuilt, Scotland, United Kingdom

    Crannog Lodge is a cosy traditional log cabin with Scandinavian wood burning hot tub on the shores of Loch Awe. With a wood burning hot stove, large verandah with the hot tub and steps down to the BBQ hut and shore it is the perfect retreat.
    This lovely traditional log cabin sleeps 4 people in 2 bedrooms. The cabin has a double size verandah with steps leading down to the BBQ hut and shore. The wood burning hot tub sits on the verandah which means all you have to do is step out of the cosy cabin with its wood burning stove into the luxury of the hot tub. For more fun enjoy yourselves in the BBQ hut. The cabin comes with linen and towels. We provide 2 bags of logs which will be enough to heat the tub for the first time and then you can buy more bags on site. We accept up to 2 dogs at a charge of £20 per booking FREE WIFI, TOWELS PROVIDED, NO HIDDEN CHARGES
    The scenery and wildlife of the Loch Awe area is simply outstanding; arguably the best the UK has to offer. Loch Aweside Forest Cabins site is located near Dalavich on the NW shore of stunning Loch Awe, approximately 30 minutes from the west coast of Scotland. This magical, mythical area is steeped in history and offers amazing scenery and tranquillity with an abundance of walks, cycle routes and places to visit and explore. The wildlife in the area is amongst the most abundant in the UK, with Osprey, Sea Eagle, Golden Eagle, Pine Marten, Red Squirrel, Red, Roe and Sika Deer and much more present. The loch itself, with its many islands, 5 castle ruins, cranogs and bays, is one of the prettiest, least spoiled in Scotland and offers legendary fishing (free of charge to cabin owners) and outstanding outdoor adventure. On site / village facilities include boat hire, small shop / café, community centre, bar / restaurant and coin operated laundry.
  • Great location, lovely cabin and surprisingly good weather! We would highly recommend this to friends and everyone really! Would definitely stay again for a relaxing, peacful break spending most of our time on the massive deck in the hot tub and hammock, complete bliss☺️ Thanks again!

    Matt2016-08-03T00:00:00Z
  • We stayed at Crannog for the Easter weekend. It was amazing. Everything you need, the feeling of being secluded whilst still having other cabins around. Oban is quite a drive and the local community store really doesn't have much so definitely stock up before you arrive - you won't want to leave anyway! Also, if you plan on using the hot tub bring plenty of wood and kindling - you can buy locally if you run out (as we did). We will definitely be coming back!

    Eliza2017-04-17T00:00:00Z
  • Very good communication and the cabin comes with everything you need. Basic and rustic but has charm. Needs some TLC like grouting and paint work but otherwise a lovely cabin with amazing views and fantastic hot tub!

    Selena2018-05-08T00:00:00Z
  • This cabin is to die for. My friends and I stayed for three nights, and it is truely perfect for a quiet escape for quiet relaxation. The cabin has 2 double rooms with ample storage - and for those big kids out there, one of the double beds has a little set of stairs up to it! There is a small well equipped kitchen, opening out into the lounge dining area - anyone that wants to try the small house movement - this would be a fabulous intro. There is a huge balcony area, with enough seating for 4 round a table, the view is wonderful, and though we visited in early january the weather was mild and very forgiving. The highlight, of course, is the scandinavian hot tub, it takes a bit of work to get going but is just fabulous once on and stays warm for 24 hours - even in january! Bring your cosiest dressing gown for getting in and out of the tub - there are hooks right beside it, and just sit back and enjoy - i can safely say there is nothing quite the same as looking over loch awe, listening to the local ducks, watching the odd red squirrel checking you out, all the while enjoying a mimosa. The local shop is a short pleasant walk away and is also a cafe, and post office. The lady running it is super nice - infact, all the locals we met were very helpful and friendly. My advice - stock up on all essentials before you go, so you can just kick back in your tub and forget the world. Thank you Sonja and team.

    Lolli2017-01-08T00:00:00Z
  • This is a stunner of a cabin! We had a great time in the BBQ hut and the wood fired hot tub (but beware it gets very hot!) the cabin is remote and quite literally on the banks of the Loch — situated in a wee community of similar cabins. It’s cute and would be good for families or like us- a few friends on holiday. It’s quiet and secluded but a nice and cozy cabin. Sonja is responsive — just be sure to come prepared with food and coals! Beware there is little cellphone reception and the road in to the cabin is a long one- single car and a few potholes-so budget time wisely and get (Hidden by Airbnb) maps loaded beforehand and follow the instruction manual! Also if you plan on using the BBQ hut be sure to get BBQ (not house) coals while you’re in a more populated area because it took us a few tries at petrol stations before we were successful! The BBQ hut is so unique (whether it’s just veggies or burgers going on the grill— well worth it!) I just have a few complaints- the check in is only from 4-7pm which is difficult when you’re coming from a walk further away and unaware of this until just hours before. Also checkout time is 10am and they ask for it to be vacuumed and tidied (including the BBQ hut) — and all surfaces cleaned up by then which if you’re cooking breakfast for 4 and have been up hot tubbing the night before can be a bit of a stretch!— and I’ve never had to do that for an Airbnb before— but totally manageable (as I don’t think there is a cleaning fee). I just wish there was a bit more Flex on each end! Anyways, overall was a great experience there are some board games at the cabin and I would highly recommend — might be best for some people who are planning to stay around the area as the road in and out is quite long (but also beautiful) if you’re planning on doing loads of walks. The surrounding hills are stunning and you can see some wildlife along the way!

    Olivia2018-01-12T00:00:00Z
  • Our stay at The Crannog was excellent the views over the Loch was beautiful and relaxing- our accommodation was ideal for the four days with all the amenities we required for the 4 days , with the small log stove and the one of the small bedrooms having the best view over the Loch you wouldn't get tired of waking up to in the morning for! But the cherry on the cake has to be the hot tub ! sheer Bliss would recommend you pay for the small fee to get it preheated before you arrive as it takes 3 to 4 hours to warm up- only takes one hour to reheat up , with a log should do it ! The crannog boasts a barbecue hut fantastic and cozy !!! No struggling with a blown out BBQ , all under cover and idyllic ! WiFi , TV , balcony , stunning views , a hammock ! Would we be back again ? A big Yes ! Infact perhaps even for longer !

    Richard2018-04-12T00:00:00Z
  • Fantastic place. Very unique. Waking up and looking out over the lake is an amazing experience. Hot tub is fantastic!

    Emily2016-12-18T00:00:00Z
  • The location of the cabin was undeniably beautiful

    Lisa2017-07-03T00:00:00Z
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    Accommodates

    4


    Bedrooms

    2

    Dalavich, Scotland, United Kingdom

    Dunans Cottage is situated in the beautiful Knapdale Forest 1.9 miles from Cairnbaan within a National Scenic Area. The views are fantastic! The Cottage is off the beaten track but within a traditional farming hamlet with access via a forestry track ( see illustrated map ). Many outdoor and indoor activities are available within the area but the peace and quiet at Dunans are unique.
    The cottage is small and cosy (6m x 4m, not including porch and bathroom), open plan studio style with a log burning stove. We will provide a log basket of firewood, and more can be bought on request. There is also electric heating. A small separate bathroom contains W.C., wash basin and shower. The kitchen area is well equipped and fitted with cooker, sink, a small fridge with a freezer compartment, washing machine and micro wave.
    We live in mid Argyll and within that area there are many places worth a visit depending on your interest. Crinan(6 miles), is at the west end of the famous Crinan canal and has an hotel and coffee shop. From here it is possible to take a boat trip to the Corryvrecken whirlpool between the Isles of Jura and Scarba where you often can watch sea eagles. Crinan ferry beach is great for walking at low tide. Kilmartin (8 miles) is surrounded by archaeological sites(standing stones, stone circles and cairns) and the award winning museum and café are well worth a visit. The road to Tayvallich (11 miles) takes you along the shore of Caol Scotnish and past the ruined crofting community of Arichonan. Tayvallich village overlooks a bay with many boats. There is a pub and a shop. Passing through Tayvallich you can visit Taynish nature reserve, a beautiful area of ancient old oak forest and then on to the end of the peninsular and look straight across the water at the Isle of Jura.
  • Really peaceful location. Friendly welcome. Really enjoyable stay.

    Matthew2018-05-05T00:00:00Z
  • This cottage is the perfect place to relax. A peacefull escape in the nature. Ali is really attentive and gave us a warm welcome.

    Bertrand2018-08-11T00:00:00Z
  • We had the most incredible stay in this cottage! We were immediately made to feel welcome and at home, and were so delighted by the loveliness of the breakfast fixings and bottle of wine. It was the most well-stocked holiday accommodation I've ever been to, with so many little touches that really made our stay special. We'll be back again for sure!

    Meg2018-04-13T00:00:00Z
  • Just perfect in every way... a cosy, clean and comfortable cottage, in the heart of the forest. the wood burning fire and comfy furniture are great, but the hosts and the little touches make this true Scottish hospitatility. I'd hoped to find a base for road trips and day trips, but I found beautiful walks and scenery on the doorstep. If you are considering it, book now, stay as long as you can.... You wln want to leave. it will exceed your expectations.

    Rickeera2018-09-24T00:00:00Z
  • The place to go to if you wish to forget this "mad-mad-world" for a while! Cosy little cottage, superb surroundings, valuable vicinity of the islands - West Scotland is so beautiful. Many (MANY!) thanks, Ali and Dino, for the very warm welcome!! Sylvaine and her son, Pascal

    Sylvaine2017-06-10T00:00:00Z
  • The cottage is wonderful, truly tranquil setting and perfectly appointed for a very comfortable holiday. Home away from home with all the thoughtful details to make for a really cozy stay. Welcome pack and breakfast bits are an excellent addition. Thank you for a lovely stay, Finn and I thoroughly enjoyed ourselves

    Emma2017-10-23T00:00:00Z
  • Hand on heart, this is the best Air B&B we have used, in fact it is one of the best cottages we have used full stop. If you're looking for peace, quiet, relaxation, nature and the opportunity to get away from the rat race I MUST recommend that you stay here, it would be impossible to be disappointed!

    Dan2017-08-01T00:00:00Z
  • Dunan's cottage is the perfect little getaway! It's so peaceful and quiet but with all the comforts of home. It had a nice big enclosed garden for our dog to run around in but mostly she played with the nearby farm dogs. Tucked away up a forest track we didn't have to worry about her getting anywhere near busy roads. There was a little welcome basket waiting for us with some of the tastiest bread and jams I've ever had! We were surprised at the size of the cottage itself it was very spacious and the little shower was nice and hot. Honestly 5 stars is not enough to rate Ali's place it was everything we wanted it to be and more! Thankyou so much for having us!

    Zoe2017-07-21T00:00:00Z
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    2


    Bedrooms

    0

    Cairnbaan, Scotland, United Kingdom

    Feorag Ruadh Cabin has a wealth of character and charm and provides guests with a true log cabin experience. It is situated in a peaceful woodland setting within Dalavich Chalet Park. This 4 berth (dog/pet friendly) log cabin has a hot tub (new one installed August 2018) and sauna and is approximately 100m from the shore of the beautiful Loch Awe.
    Feorag Ruadh Cabin has a wealth of character and charm and provides guests with a true log cabin experience. It is situated in a peaceful woodland setting, positioned in a secluded forest glade. This 4 berth log cabin has a hot tub and sauna set within extensive, secluded grounds and is approximately 100m from the shore of the beautiful Loch Awe, it also features extensive decking at the back of the cabin equip with BBQ and picnic table. The accommodation consists of a bathroom with shower, open plan lounge/kitchen and a wood burning stove, two double bedrooms, one kingsize bed / one double bed. The lounge has satellite TV, BroadBand/Wifi, DVD, Hi Fi (via TV & DVD), corner sofa, dining table & chairs, and a lovely wood burning stove. Back elevation is mainly glazed, to maximize views, with French windows opening onto a raised decking area. The kitchen area is very well equipped, with cooker, fridge (with freezer compartment), microwave, toaster, kettle, coffee machine and all necessary utensils, crockery & cutlery. Shower room is tastefully finished and has electric shower, wash basin and toilet. Bedroom 1 is located on the mezzanine level with a kingsize bed, and wall mounted TV. Bedroom 2 has a double bed, wardrobe / clothes storage and bed side cabinet. Outside there is parking for 2 cars, an elevated decking / patio, including picnic table and a BBQ / camp fire area. The woodland surrounding the cabin is a wonderful natural habitat for an abundance of wildlife, including Red Squirrel and Pine Marten which are frequent visitors. The cabin is timber lined throughout, double glazed, highly insulated, well heated and suitable for year round use. It provides a balance of luxury and comfort while maintaining the character, charm & feel of a true log cabin in a quiet forest location. Whether you require a base from which to explore Argyll and the west coast, simply enjoy the local area or just relax and be at one with nature our log cabins provide the perfect location. Note* For the phone signal, O2&Vodafone networks get reception, but not other networks,due to the remote location.
    Loch Awe is one of Scotland's most spectacular lochs. Its is 23 miles long and runs south west from the village of Lochawe to Ford near the west coast. Kilchurn Castle is a dramatic ruin which is one of Scotland's most famous and most photographed castles. There are a number of islands in the loch including Innishail, which is the burial island of the Dukes of Argyll. Inveraray Castle, the seat of the Dukes of Argyll, is at the head of Loch Fyne. There are two notable hotels on the loch side the Taychreggan and the Ardanaiseig both of which cater for the upper end of the market and have good restaurants.
  • My friends and I had a great stay here! The area is lovely, very peaceful and a great place to escape to. Beds were comfy, arrival was easy, everything was provided. Only minor issue is the hot tub is more luke warm than hot and no matter how often you try to turn the temperature up, it does not work. Rather chilly on a November evening! Otherwise a great stay!

    Eilidh2016-11-13T00:00:00Z
  • Lodge very clean, bottle of prosecco in fridge very welcome. We struggled however the first night to get the hot tub jets working and asked for assistance with this. No one replied until the next day then said they would come round that afternoon but this never happened. Otherwise the lodge was lovely but disappointed by the lack of communication and assistance.

    Claire2018-07-12T00:00:00Z
  • Amazing location , we had a great time exploring and loved the lodge - jacuzzi and sauna were great and working well.

    Joe2017-08-04T00:00:00Z
  • We loved our cabin at Loch Awe. Super cosy and great use of space. The fire, hot tub and great location made our girly weekend!

    Charley2017-10-15T00:00:00Z
  • This little log cabin is part of a resort of similar cabins, but is far enough away from others that it still feels very secluded. Beautiful views over the loch and surrounding hills which can be enjoyed from the hot tub whilst listening to music through the in-built Bluetooth speakers. Cabin is clean and well equipped with comfy beds. A car is necessary to get to the nearest Munros and arriving stocked up with food is recommended as the nearest supermarket is in Oban. Overall we had a fantastic time and would highly recommend.

    Rob2017-04-03T00:00:00Z
  • Location is very remote, perfect for a relaxed stay. Hot tub was very well maintained and we enjoyed very much. Very clean and tidy. Perfect log cabin stay

    Louise2018-09-06T00:00:00Z
  • This is a very cute, charming cabin right next to Loch Awe. Cabin is on a smaller side but has everything we need for a family of 4. Highlights of our stay were definitely the awesome hot tub (very roomy and powerful), the sauna (quite tricky to turn on, would suggest you check that right away with the site team when you check in), and the wood burner. Unfortunately, it was foggy and rainy during our stay, so we didn't venture out much, but the forest is right outside the door step. A few caveats for this cabin though: there's a small shop at site, but for fresh food & produce, we were told the nearest supermarket is Oban which is one hour drive away. So be prepared. To reach the cabin, you have to drive half an hour, 15-20 miles of a potty single track road from Taynuit. We arrived in a foggy winter evening, and it was not a nice experience. In the morning, the drive is much more manageable though with stunning views of loch Awe. I recommend this cabin as long as you know what to expect and prepare yourself.

    Annie2017-12-23T00:00:00Z
  • The cabin is fantastic, very well appointed, comfortable and modern. Our check-in was convenient although connectivity in the area is patchy so do coordinate in advance. The Loch is closeby and is beautiful, and the holiday park itself is in a very nice area, wooded and secluded with great views of surrounding hills. Our own stay was unfortunately torturous due to a particularly bad midge problem, this is something that is a much bigger problem in the holiday park and immediate surroundings vs nearby towns. The situation was so bad that unless we travelled outside the area we were largely unable to step out and had to stay indoors the entire time. The cabin also does not have any working repellent equipment etc. so you will need to be very well prepared even to be indoors. Even after being careful, the midges get in and make sleeping impossible. Perhaps this was our bad luck and the season etc. but do check ahead before you travel! Imran however was easy to communicate with and also extended us a late checkout. Thanks! Hope to be back in better times.

    Arnav2018-06-05T00:00:00Z
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    Taynuilt, United Kingdom

    Cross the famous Bridge over the Atlantic to the tranquil idyll of the Isle of Seil, one of the slate islands that "roofed the world." Seil is a perfect base to explore the West Coast of Scotland, including the isles, with Oban's ferry terminal, restaurants and shops just 30 minutes away. Alternatively, you could just relax and listen to almost nothing except the variety of wild birds, and watch the deer, pine martins, otters, dolphins and basking sharks that can be found on land and sea.
    Iona Chalet was entirely refurbished to a high specification in 2016. It is luxuriously appointed & has a spacious, characterful, light and airy open plan living, fully-fitted integrated kitchen, and dining area with french doors leading to an enclosed and covered veranda for spring and summer, and cosy log burning stove for the winter. Every care has been taken to make your stay as comfortable as possible from the luxury shower room with underfloor heating, to cosy bedrooms. The chalet is detached, with a good sized lawned garden surrounded by fields & woodland, & is in an idyllic setting overlooking the shores of Balvicar Bay. The shoreline is approximately 100 metres from the chalet, & is easily accessed by way of a wooden gated walkway. Upon your arrival you will be supplied with a large basket of logs, kindling & matches, tea, coffee, sugar, milk, choice of red or white wine, butter, fruit, Seil jam & eggs, homemade bread & baking, a selection of the latest magazines, & complimentary toiletries.
    Balvicar Chalets is a small community (just seven) of cabin-type properties, most of which are lived in permanently. They are set in a peaceful setting backing on to farmland and overlooking Balvicar Bay. Iona Chalet is just 100 metres from the shore, which can be accessed by a wooden walkway.
  • Great place in a beautiful area and a short drive to places of interest. The chalet was great and very cosy. Sally was very helpful giving tips on places to eat.

    Niall2017-03-20T00:00:00Z
  • Beautiful chalet which was really nicely decorated and had absolutely everything we could need. Plenty of wood for the log burner which kept us nice and cosy and the welcome treats were much appreciated. I would recommend Iona chalet and the area. We would love to go back.

    Gillian2017-02-14T00:00:00Z
  • Lovely chalet, bigger than I had imagined and beautifully laid out and tastefully decorated. Unfortunately I was working during the week so wasn't able to take full advantage of the location so near the water. Very peaceful - only the odd owl sound at night. Would be a great place to be based with kayaks or a small boat. I am jealous of the internet speeds - about 5 times as fast as my own.

    Stephen2017-03-02T00:00:00Z
  • Hi Grandson absolutely loved being in your chalet. told us he did not want to go home lol. he had so many new experiences of bugs, animals and boats. Neil was a gem. Jack keeps asking where he is and he wants to come back. We had everything we needed but could of benefited from black out blinds or curtains with a wee one. Thank you so much.

    Frances2018-06-27T00:00:00Z
  • This was our favourite holiday we've been on in years. The chalet is unbelievably stylish, clean, cozy, with fantastic amenities and is of course in the most beautiful surroundings. Pictures don't do it justice - It was paradise. We did not want to leave. Huge thanks to Sally for such warm hospitality with the basket of goodies, as well as setting up a travel cot and high chair for our baby! We hope to return soon :)

    Laurel2018-05-19T00:00:00Z
  • We enjoyed a very relaxing stay on Seil which gave us everything we hoped in a quiet weekend away from the city. Once you cross the Bridge over the Atlantic, there's just a couple of roads that take you around Seil. The chalet is about a mile off the main road down a rough track. It's loch-side chalet on the outside but luxury-lodge on the inside which makes for a thoroughly relaxing trip. We loved the little luxuries like the wood burning stove, the dishwasher and underfloor heating in the bathroom. The jam-packed welcome hamper packed was delightful and made us feel welcome right away. There's lots of walks nearby and you're well connected for hopping onto some of the lesser-known islands. You'll come across plenty of wildlife too - we were greeted by rabbits, a pair of young deer, and a pheasant on our first morning. Be sure you take plenty of books and games and get cosy by the fire when you're done exploring nearby!

    Carl2017-10-24T00:00:00Z
  • Beautiful chalet, quiet but a short trip to some amazing sights.

    David2018-01-02T00:00:00Z
  • Iona Chalet left us with wonderful memories of cosiness, warmth and being perfectly looked after. If you want to forget it all, hide yourself, meditate over a fireplace or indulge in breath-taking views, then Iona Chalet is for you! It is both perfectly located and beautifully decorated, with lots of attention to detail. Sally was a very nice and helpful host. She stayed in touch and made several recommendations, which we followed to our great satisfaction. The pack of goodies she left to welcome us was mouth-watering and added to our experience. The chalet is well-equipped and heated floor in the bathroom was certainly most appreciated treat. I couldn't recommend it enough!

    Agnieszka2017-01-30T00:00:00Z
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    Oban, Scotland, United Kingdom

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    Willow Lodge is our lovely, cosy lodge which sleeps four in a double and a twin room. Willow has been refurbished for the 2018 season. Comfortable new sofas, quality curtains and blinds throughout, super Hypnos mattresses and pure cotton seersucker bedding make for a fantastic base for your holiday on Mull. We provide short breaks from Mondays or Fridays - three nights from Friday or Four nights from Monday or weeks from either start date
    The kitchen has everything you need with full size oven and hob, fridge, freezer, washing machine and microwave. Quality glassware, porcelain and cutlery are all new for 2018. The lounge area has television, Bluetooth Micro system with CD player and a DVD player. There are plenty of books, games and jigsaws along with a selection of children’s toys. Decking at the front of Willow lodge provides the perfect setting for a Barbeque or a drink whilst watching the sunset. All towels and bedding are provided at no extra cost and electricity is included in the cost of your holiday. Free Wi-Fi is available in all our lodges
    Dervaig is a small friendly community with a good pub, shop and bakery. We are 7 miles from Tobermory and five miles from the beautiful white beaches of Calgary Bay
  • The chalets were great - well equipped and had everything we could have needed. It was a great location to visit the surrounding areas and easy to pop to Calgary bay. We brought our dog who loved having the garden to explore

    David2018-08-12T00:00:00Z
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    Dervaig, Scotland, United Kingdom

    Ulva Lodge is a STB 4 star, silver Green tourism, luxury lodge exclusively for adults. We are one of Vernon's 100 best self-catering properties and our average Freetobook rating is 5 stars. Relax and unwind surrounded by private woodland, birds, wildlife and stunning scenery. Enjoy the convenience of being centrally located on the Isle of Mull whilst benefiting from the peace and tranquillity of this secluded location.
    Perfect for romantic breaks and relaxing getaways.
    3 miles away from Salen which has a pub, restaurant, coffee shop, spar shop & post office.
  • The Hideaway Lodges are wonderful. Great location with river, loch and mountain views, when deer tiptoeing past in the evening. The cottages are well equipped and tastefully furnished. A perfect place to unwind. Highly recommended!

    Jean2017-09-02T00:00:00Z
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    Gruline, Scotland, United Kingdom

    Fern Lodge is a traditionally built Scandinavian Log Cabin with a wood burning hot tub and wood burning stove and provides a true log cabin experience. Situated in a peaceful woodland setting by a babbling burn, approximately 150 yards from the shore of Loch Awe. Has Fishing Rights
    Fern Lodge is a beautiful, luxury log cabin full of character and charm and provides a true log cabin experience. It is situated on its own 1/4 acre plot in a peaceful woodland setting by a babbling burn, approximately 150 yards from the shore of Loch Awe in the Loch Awe Forest Park. The Scandinavian wood burning hot tub adds to the rustic experience of staying in the cabin. This luxury cabin consists of open plan Lounge, dining area & kitchen, double bedroom, triple bunk room (double bed with single bunk) and family shower room. The lounge and dining area has a high vaulted ceiling and is mainly glazed to maximise the stunning views. There is satellite TV, DVD, Hi Fi (via TV & DVD), sofa, easy chairs, dining table and a lovely wood burning stove. The French windows opening onto a raised veranda overlooking the babbling burn (stream). The kitchen area is well equipped, with cooker, fridge, microwave, toaster, kettle and all necessary utensils, crockery & cutlery.Shower room is tastefully finished and has electric shower, wash basin, toilet and shaver point The cabin is very private and is adjacent to an open meadow area, where children can play safely.The cabin is timber lined throughout, double glazed, highly insulated, well heated and suitable for year round use. It provides a balance of luxury and comfort while maintaining the character, charm & feel of a true log cabin in the woods.Whether you require a base from which to explore Argyll and the west coast, simply enjoy the local area or just relax and be at one with nature our log cabin provides the perfect location. We accept up to 2 dogs at a charge of £20 per booking FREE WIFI TOWELS PROVIDED NO HIDDEN CHARGES
    The scenery and wildlife of the Loch Awe area is simply outstanding; arguably the best the UK has to offer. Loch Aweside Forest Cabins site is located near Dalavich on the NW shore of stunning Loch Awe, approximately 30 minutes from the west coast of Scotland. It covers an area of nearly 60 acres with a selection of privately owned cabins distributed throughout, on large, well spaced & private forest, woodland and loch side plots. This magical, mythical area is steeped in history and offers amazing scenery and tranquillity with an abundance of walks, cycle routes and places to visit and explore. The wildlife in the area is amongst the most abundant in the UK, with Osprey, Sea Eagle, Golden Eagle, Pine Marten, Red Squirrel, Red, Roe and Sika Deer and much more present. The loch itself, with its many islands, 5 castle ruins, cranogs and bays, is one of the prettiest, least spoiled in Scotland and offers legendary fishing (free of charge to cabin owners) and outstanding outdoor adventure. On site / village facilities include boat hire, small shop / café, community centre, bar / restaurant and 24 hour coin operated laundry.
  • Cosy and very comfortable lodge in a beautiful, remote location. Cabin is well equipped with all you need for a very relaxing stay. Worthy of note is the log burner in the lounge and the very comfortable beds. Hot tub is fantastic but you do need to preserver as it takes about 4 hours for the fire to warm it up. The main disadvantages were the fact that no towels are provided (which is advised at the time of booking) and the Wifi is only turned out periodically (and not always in line with the times on the notice). But on the whole, we loved the cabin and we thought it was very good value for money. Thanks very much to our hosts!

    Peter2016-09-22T00:00:00Z
  • Myself and my family stayed at Sonja's cabin for 4 nights last week and absolutely loved it. The area is AMAZING, so so beautiful. It was such a peaceful setting, a stones throw from Loch Awe. The cabin is great to stay in- comfortable with everything you need for a peaceful get away. We loved the hot tub under the stars! The cabin is in a remote area so make sure you stock up on food and essentials so you can just make the most of your time exploring the wonderful area. Thanks to Sonja and Steve for having us :)

    Sarah2016-04-23T00:00:00Z
  • We had a wonderful stay in the cottage on the vacation/cottage parc in Dalavich on the beautful Loch Awe. The kids just loved the hottub that is there. Besides that there is a nice cafe and restaurant on the parc that is open on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. This is ran by the people from the small village. The surroundings and scenery are beautifull. The cottage is basic, but perfect.

    Willem2016-05-01T00:00:00Z
  • A lovely location at Loch Awe, however the cleanliness and some of the equipment within the lodge was poor. We felt the lodge needed a good dust and anti-bacterial clean in the kitchen / dining area. Bearing in mind we visited in winter, the lack of working heating in the bathroom was very uncomfortable. Missing information about walks which we had intended to do meant we struggled trying to find our way around and the cost of wood supplies meant we spent an additional £100 over 5 days so be aware of this especially if your going in the winter and need to use the log burner in the living room. If you've not used to a hot tub, particularly a wood burning one, it will take 4/5 hours to heat up. Make sure you ask for water testing & chemical supplies and are shown how to use them. Be aware that the water does get very hot and other than adding cold water or leaving the lid off for some time there is obviously no other temperature control. One of the double beds does have a single bunk over it and there is a sofa bed in the living room, but we feel it would be very cramped for 7 people as advertised - we were a party of 4 adults. A beautiful location but a basic lodge, we wouldn't return.

    Clive2018-01-10T00:00:00Z
  • Quite good location to run away from busy life for few days.

    Oleksandr2018-03-02T00:00:00Z
  • Beautiful lodge in a picturesque location. Great place to get away from reality and have a break from the outside world . Definitely recommend to others .

    Muhammed2017-11-29T00:00:00Z
  • Just like to say a massive thank you to Sonja and Steve. We stayed in fern lodge and it was amazing. Very clean and fully stocked with all the utensils and items we needed. The hot tub was perfect although I’ve discovered I’m not a hot tub fan, it was perfect for my wife and daughter who loved it. The place was very warm even though there was a frost outside and the log stove provided enough heat for the whole cabin. There were also heaters in both bedrooms and the bathroom and the main living area has an air conditioner / heater as well for those who don’t like wood burners. Lots of places to go walking / running and forest is magical. We loved every minute of it.

    Paul2018-02-23T00:00:00Z
  • Fantastic location! Very peaceful and tranquil. We had good weather and Loch Awe was spectacular. We hired a boat and explored the loch islands with 12th century castle. Magical!

    Harry2018-05-17T00:00:00Z
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    Dalavich, Scotland, United Kingdom

    Charming log cabin situated in a quiet forest location by a babbling burn, approximately 150 yards from the shores of beautiful Loch Awe. Stunning scenery and amazing wildlife on your door step.
    Cabin provides self catering accommodation for up to four people and is situated in a quiet forest location by a babbling burn, approximately 150 yards from loch shore. The accommodation consists of an open plan lounge, with dining and kitchen area, two bedrooms and shower room. The lounge area has TV, video, DVD player & Hi-Fi (via DVD), radio, a three-seater sofa, two easy chairs, fold away dining table and chairs and loft bunk. The well equipped kitchen area has a hob / oven, fridge, microwave, toaster and kettle. A full range of cooking utensils, crockery and cutlery are provided. From the lounge area patio doors give access onto the raised veranda, which overlooks the burn and has picnic table / benches. The shower room has an electric shower, wash basin, toilet, shaver point and heater. Bedroom 1 contains a double bed, built in clothes hanging / storage space and bedside cabinet. Bedroom 2, although small contains three bunks, suitable for adults or children and a built in clothes storage space. The cabin is double glazed, well heated and is suitable for use all year round. It stands in extensive grounds, has a camp fire / BBQ area and parking for two cars. All electricity and linen (not towels) are included within quoted prices. This is a non smoking cabin. A multitude of birds can be seen around the cabin, especially if fed, as well as Red Squirrels and Pine Marten. The Pine Marten will visit the veranda between dusk and dawn if you leave food out. They like jam, honey or peanut butter on bread best. Get back to nature at Dalavich, the perfect forest holiday location. Bed linen (not towels) is provided free of charge. Up to 2 dogs welcome @ £20 each / stay
    The site is in an area of outstanding natural beauty, with breath taking scenery, endless walks, great fishing (free of charge) and abundant wildlife. Whether you require a base from which to explore Argyll and the west coast, simply enjoy the local area or just relax and be at one with nature our log cabins provide the perfect location. Further afield there are endless things to see and do, with Oban, the west coast and the isles within easy reach.
  • Despite terrible weather we had a lovely stay at the cabin. Kids loved the triple bunk room and we all loved watching the many birds and red squirrels. The Community Centre restaurant and bar is a great place to meet the locals and runs a great pub quiz on Thursdays.

    Katrina2016-08-13T00:00:00Z
  • We had such a great time at Stae Cabin and didn’t want to leave. A beautiful location, so peaceful and so much wildlife to see. Very friendly and helpful locals, we’d love to come back here again.

    Sara2018-06-02T00:00:00Z
  • Great stay in the highlands

    Louisa2018-05-26T00:00:00Z
  • The cabin scape was exceptional The location is perfect: quiet and surrounded by wildlife The cabin has everything we needed and more We ended staying one more day than planned and David kindly accommodated us I feel to special mention Irene the housekeeper who solved all our problems and answered all our questions with endless patience and charm The beautiful birds and the curious Mr Fingers (the pine martin) came to visit us everyday to eat the food left for them in the baranda Simply beautiful

    Montserrat2016-04-27T00:00:00Z
  • Strae Cabin is an idyllic location for nature lovers who want to get away from it all. To wake up in the woodland with a stream a mere stones throw from your cabin is amazing with the addition of woodland creatures coming to visit your balcony.

    Susan2017-02-21T00:00:00Z
  • A lovely quirky property set in stunning surroundings. Lovely walks on the doorstep. Very peaceful and fabulous starry skies. Have already recommended to friends.

    Anthony2018-04-01T00:00:00Z
  • We really enjoyed our stay! Everything was wonderful! Many thanks.

    Victoria2016-08-07T00:00:00Z
  • Lovely wood cabin in a pretty, quiet spot. We were a family of four and found the space ample. All the facilities we needed and easy pick up of keys. Clean and functional. Lots to do nearby: mountain biking, walking, boat hire. The kids loved playing on the rope swings along the coast path.

    Luke2017-04-11T00:00:00Z
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    Argyll and Bute, United Kingdom

    Newly refurbished, Kilchurn is a delightful log cabin with a real log fire and a relaxing private wood-fired hot tub (optional), situated on the western shore of Loch Awe with a truly marvellous view over the water.
    Kilchurn is a delightful log cabin situated on the western shore of Loch Awe with a truly magnificent view. The cabin is fully self-catering, no host is present other than the nearby caretaker and you have the place to yourselves. Recently modernised in a fantastic loch-side location, the interior comprises an open-plan living room/kitchen area offering a magnificent view of the loch with a covered balcony, two bedrooms and a shower room/toilet, accommodating 4 guests. The cabin is situated in the Dalavich Chalet Park with wide-open spaces between cabins, guaranteeing peace and quiet even during busy periods. The park is within the Inverliever Forest which offers wonderful country walks in the immediate vicinity, as well as access to fishing, cycling, sailing and of course the rich wildlife. This unique cabin is perfect for a young family or for couples to enjoy a relaxing holiday in a unforgettable location. Dalavich is central to the many and varied attractions in Argyll, such as The Avich Falls, Invarary Castle, Oban and its famous distillery. It also offers a convenience store for amenities and basic groceries, and a social club/bar which serves alcohol and hot meals, but please bear in mind that it is relatively remote, and if you require a more extensive range of amenities, you must drive 45 minutes to Oban. A car is highly recommended to stay here, but there are regular buses which run from Glasgow to Oban, and Oban to Dalavich. Please get in touch before booking, as periods of 7 nights have special prices attached to them! NB: During peak season (June 20 - Sept 11) I can only take bookings of 7 nights minimum.
    Dalavich (Scottish Gaelic: Dail Abhaich) is a village in Argyll and Bute, Scotland. It lies on the western bank of Loch Awe and has a population of around 70. (It is located 30 miles from the main town and port of Oban, connected by the villages of Kilchreanan and Taynuilt) "Dalavich" is Gaelic in origin and means "meadows/valley of the River Avich". The village was established by the Forestry Commission in 1952 to facilitate timber operations in the surrounding Inverliever forest.This was labour-intensive and horses were used to extract timber from the forest - it is possible to get a glimpse of this history by visiting the "old stables" which contain material from this epoch. Nowadays, a number of villagers still earn their living directly from forestry. Inverliever forest was acquired by HM Officer of Woods in 1907 and was one of the original "State Forests". In September 1919, the Forestry Act came into force, setting up the Forestry Commission and giving it responsibility for woods in England, Scotland and Wales. The basis of forestry policy in the 1920s was the need to rebuild and maintain a strategic timber reserve. As the surrounding area could not supply adequate labour, the forestry village at Dalavich was established. In 1971, Inverinan forest was added to Inverliever. There are forest walks and cycle routes maintained by the Forestry Commission nearby, and houses or cabins are available for tourists. Popular forest walks include the Dalavich Oakwood Trail (where red squirrel, pine marten, woodpeckers and many other woodland inhabitants may be seen), and the Avich Falls; there are many more nature trails, e.g. to Otter Point. There is a church, a small shop and cafe with a part-time Post Office. There is also a social club as part of the community centre, the village also hosted a primary school but this was closed in 1997 due to an insufficient number of pupils. In 1997 there was only 1 pupil. There is boat hire and fishing permits can be bought locally. Some of the largest trout caught in Europe have come from Loch Awe.
  • What an amazing place!!!! Couldn't ask for a more beautiful setting to spend the holidays! We loved it from the minute we step foot into the cabin! It rained but it didn't matter because the log fire kept us toasty and warm!

    Lauren2016-02-20T00:00:00Z
  • We had a great time staying at Kilchurn Cabin and would recommend it to anyone. It is in a beautiful location - Very quiet, very quirky and very romantic. My only suggestion for improving the cabin would be giving it some TLC. We hope to come back soon.

    Alan2016-04-25T00:00:00Z
  • Great cabin! Views in the morning were spectacular. Lovely place to be for some quiet time.

    Aimee2018-01-11T00:00:00Z
  • Highly recommended , had lots of fun the whole weekend , great little escape and well worth the money . Loved the hot tub .

    Neil2017-04-24T00:00:00Z
  • Lovely place

    Ladislav2017-05-20T00:00:00Z
  • Absolutely stunning location! A very peaceful place to spend a few days. Would love to come back.

    Naomi2017-12-22T00:00:00Z
  • There are no words to describe how wonderful it is to stay loch side in this cabin. All is as described and more. We will return to this space as soon as we are able - it is both romantic and chilled. Give it a go you will not be disappointed Sonia and Francesca accompanied by Archie and Titan

    Sonia2015-09-01T00:00:00Z
  • This was absolutely fantastic! The area is quiet and the cabin itself is very sheltered from the others in the holiday park. We loved the hot tub overlooking the loch. The cabin is cozy and warm, rustic but with enough modern touches to make it very comfortable. We loved the ducks that visit to be fed, and with boat hire and a little community shop just a short way up the road we could have stayed there happily for months. A warning that only some mobile providers work in the area (I believe Vodaphone and O2), which gave us a much deserved/needed break but may not be for everyone. Rueben was helpful in the correspondence and Irene that helped us at the site was wonderfully friendly too.

    Jonathan2015-08-16T00:00:00Z
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    Dalavich, Scotland, United Kingdom

    Scandi-style lodge, overlooking a stream. Part of a forest park of similar lodges, Add Burnside, in 0.5 acre of private mixed woodland, is one of the largest & most private. Log burner/electrical heating. Fire pit. Lots of wild life. 1 minute walk from loch shore. Boat/bike hire. Great walking trails. Fishing rights/private boat launching/mooring. Bar/restaurant/cafe/post office/shop/laundrette in village. Area of outstanding natural beauty. No light/noise/traffic pollution. Everyone welcome.
    Open plan living space with log burning stove and fully equipped kitchen/diner. 2 private bedrooms and day bed (adult sized) in living area. Spacious, modern shower room/toilet. Fully refurbished 2017. Verandah overlooking the picturesque burn and fire pit. Great outdoor space.
    Secluded countryside setting of great natural beauty. Wildlife abounds (Osprey, Eagles, Pine Marten, Red Squirrel, a variety of Deer and birds) . Peaceful, tiny village of Dalavich is 10 minute's walk away and provides cafe/shop/post office/laundrette + free WiFi at the local bar and restaurant. The Lodge is set in a forest park of similar lodges, all set in their own, large grounds to ensure privacy. Add Burnside, in a half-acre of private woodland, is one of the largest. The area offers walks, waterfalls, cycle routes and places to visit (such as the Kilmartin standing stones and Ben Cruachan Visitor Centre). The loch has many islands, 5 with ruined castles (one of which lies opposite the boat hire jetty - Innes Chonnel, ancient stronghold of the Campbells). Located approximately 40 minutes from the west coast of Scotland where the port of Oban, known as the Gateway to the Isles, is situated. 1.7 miles north of Oban is Ganavan Sands for those who fancy a day out at the seaside.
  • Add Burnside Lodge is a lovely remote house. Set in a small complex of wood lodges on a burn and lochside, there is a balcony, wood burner and a comfy lounge. The kitchen has all you need and there's a terrific community Hall and bar that serves evening meals on sight. The Wild Rowan Café is recommended for the daytime with its Post Office too. Our kids were either on their bikes or in the burn the whole time we were there. Kay was very accommodating when our plans had to change due to ferry cancellations and it was no trouble to arrive a day early and late at night. Highly recommended for a remote get-away.

    Andy2018-04-09T00:00:00Z
  • Beautiful cabin very close to Loch Awe, within a park with a few other cabins. Really nicely laid out, lots of rugs and colours made it feel very cosy, and the wood burning stove was great. Nice to fall asleep to the sound of the stream. Fishing rights to the Loch from the park was very handy; didn't realise that fishing permits for on the water have to be bought separately, but this was straightforward and pretty cheap. A great base to explore around Loch Awe, Avich and the surrounding hills.

    Mike2018-03-19T00:00:00Z
  • This is a fantastic cabin in an enviably private spot by the river. The layout worked really well for us (family of 4 - enough space for a travel cot in the main bedroom) and it felt very homely and cosy. It's quite rustic but has everything you need, and we really appreciated the big bag of logs! Kay was very accommodating when we needed to change our check-in time - many thanks!

    Nicky2017-09-24T00:00:00Z
  • Lovely scandi log cabin, in idilc location overlooking the stream. Clean an comfortable, but remember to bring all supplies with you as the small shop closes early and the pub on site is only open Thursday to Saturday. Very remote but nice walks nearby. Not a lot going on at the loch, and sadly no swimming for our dog due to blue/ green algae. Would stay again outside of midge season next time, so we could enjoy the lovely balcony and fire pit.

    Emma2018-06-01T00:00:00Z
  • A great, homely cabin in the forest close to the banks of Loch Awe. Lives up to its name... right next to a flowing burn. We'll be back.

    Pete2018-09-20T00:00:00Z
  • Burnside Cabin as fantastic! Even better than the photos and the shower room is lovely. The best part is the sound of the wee burn that sends you to sleep every night. We loved it so much that we added an extra night on at the end :) we would love to come back and would recommend it to other travellers. Best Christmas! Thanks Kay!

    Emma2017-12-27T00:00:00Z
  • Lovely little lodge in a beautiful part of Scotland, equipped with everything we needed. We had a very relaxing break, listening to the stream stream go by, soaking in the scenery. Would love to visit again to explore more of the surrounding area. Would recommend highly.

    Jordan2018-09-02T00:00:00Z
  • Great little cabin in a beautiful setting. Very clean and tidy with and so peaceful. The bed was like sleeping in a cloud- so comfy! Make sure to take some kindling and firelighters with you for the woodburner though :)

    Pip2017-07-02T00:00:00Z
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    2

    Argyll and Bute, Scotland, United Kingdom

    Our fabulous Glamping pods offer en suite facilities and the most amazing views of Loch Linnhe and the surrounding mountains. Each pod sleeps 3 adults or 2 adults and 2 small children. BEDDING NOT INCLUDED. Bring your own bedding or hire our sleeping bags. Pods are warm and cozy. You may take the Corran Ferry to get to Ardgour, however there is a road around the loch Via Fort William, We are not an Island. The ferry saves 1hr drive around the loch.
    These lovely pods are fully insulated so very cosy. All are ensutie WC and shower with tea making facilities. We are cited on croftland and parking is available at the village shop next door.
    The area is outstandingly beautiful. Mountains, lochs, wildlife include seals, pine martins, otters, grey geese and eagles, and much more. There are opportunities to fish, walk, climb, or just relax.
  • Unbelievable location, great scenery, very close to Fort William and Ben Nevis. The pods have everything you need if you are not very pretentious. Only downside is that if you arrive early, there's not much to do there but admire the landscape or go to the pub 1 mile down the road at the ferry crossing. All in all a great experience for us.

    Claudiu2017-07-10T00:00:00Z
  • Great pod, we loved our stay, views are great and the location was very peaceful.

    James2016-08-03T00:00:00Z
  • We were gratefully welcomed by our host John with a torch at the road, such that we didn't miss the little village shop behind which the pods are situated. The pods were as described and clean. It was absolutely lovely to have breakfast with the Shetland ponies and an amazing view over the loch to the mountains. Definitely recommend this place.

    Benedict2015-10-27T00:00:00Z
  • My boyfriend and I really enjoyed our stay at the pod. We weren't greeted by Izzy herself (although she did send me a message to check we had arrived with everything we needed) but by Reese who was very helpful and friendly and made us feel very welcome. The pod is in a beautiful location and is very comfortable and cosy.

    Rebecca2016-07-28T00:00:00Z
  • We had a fantastic welcome from Izzy. She showed us about and gave us information on what to near by. The pod was really nice with beautiful views out the front door. I would highly recommend these pods to anyone who is just looking to escape for a couple of days, will definitely be back.

    Stuart2016-05-25T00:00:00Z
  • Great Pods. Easy to access via road or ferry. Close to many nearby tourist attractions. Quiet and peaceful with terrific views. Great walks nearby too! I loved my time here and will definatley be back!!

    Linda Anne2018-07-26T00:00:00Z
  • Arrived in darkness, beautiful to wake up to the sea and the mountain views on our doorstep in the morning! John was brilliant - although we were slightly late arriving, he was there to welcome us within 5mins! Lovely stay!

    Sarah2018-09-22T00:00:00Z
  • Nice area, made to feel very welcome, smooth process, cute pods.

    Nina2016-07-31T00:00:00Z
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    Accommodates

    3


    Bedrooms

    1

    Fort William , Inverness-Shire, United Kingdom

    Sitting in a forest just 200m from the shore of beautiful Loch Awe, Orchy Lodge is perfect for getting away from it all and enjoying the tranquil setting. Overlooking a large grassy area with plenty of room to enjoy the peacefulness and nature of the forest setting whilst soaking away in the wood burning hot tub Pets and children welcome
    Orchy Lodge is a wonderful forest cabin located in the Loch Awe forest park at Dalavich. The lodge sits in an acre of private land surrounded by trees and only a 200m stroll to the shore of Loch Awe where you can fish from the shore or hire a boat. Secluded and tranquil this traditional forestry lodge has a wood burning stove, wood burning hot tub and fire pit. This lovely lodge has 2 bedrooms, a double and a triple bunk room. For added flexiblity of sleeping arrangements there is a double sofa bed in the living area if you don't want to use the singles. Please note we only allow a maximum of 5 people in the lodge and it is best suited for couples, 2 couples or 2 adults and 3 children. There is a TV, free wifi, sofa and fully equipped kitchen. The large shower room is tastefully decorated and the lodge is full insulated for all year round use. The lodge is very private sitting in an acre of its own land. The balcony overlooks a large private grassy area surrounded by the forest filled with walks to explore and wildlife to spot and listen to. Lodge comes with full fishing rights to Loch Awe We accept up to 2 dogs at a charge of £20 per booking FREE WIFI, TOWELS PROVIDED, NO HIDDEN CHARGES
    The scenery and wildlife of the Loch Awe area is simply outstanding; arguably the best the UK has to offer. Loch Aweside Forest Cabins site is located near Dalavich on the NW shore of stunning Loch Awe, approximately 30 minutes from the west coast of Scotland. It covers an area of nearly 60 acres with a selection of privately owned cabins distributed throughout, on large, well spaced & private forest, woodland and loch side plots. This magical, mythical area is steeped in history and offers amazing scenery and tranquillity with an abundance of walks, cycle routes and places to visit and explore. The wildlife in the area is amongst the most abundant in the UK, with Osprey, Sea Eagle, Golden Eagle, Pine Marten, Red Squirrel, Red, Roe and Sika Deer and much more present. The loch itself, with its many islands, 5 castle ruins, cranogs and bays, is one of the prettiest, least spoiled in Scotland and offers legendary fishing (free of charge to cabin owners) and outstanding outdoor adventure. On site / village facilities include boat hire, bike hire, small shop / café, community centre, bar / restaurant and coin operated laundry.
  • We had such a great fee nights here. one of the most secluded of all the cabins in the area. everything you could need for self catering! the hot tub was incredible, we loved getting the fire going before the exciting short wait until it was heated up and ready! we were in it everyday. We didn't feel there were any privacy issues and was never worried anyone could see us. just us under the stars! even when it rained we were out as the roof of the log cabin extends over the hot tub! would highly reccomend this place to anyone looking to get away for a few days. the single track road to dalavich took us about 30 minutes but it only added to the excitement and adventure!

    Rachel2018-09-26T00:00:00Z
  • I totally recommend Sonja's place everything was perfect about our trip, the location was amazing,we had everything we needed, she is a great host, comunicating with us through our trip when we had some trouble finding the place.Otherwise everything went smoothly:)

    Anna2017-05-09T00:00:00Z
  • Great place, wood fired hot tub was fun, plus sky TV and lots of board games if it's raining!

    Ben2017-08-22T00:00:00Z
  • Great cabin in remote location, hot tub was amazing.

    Ana2017-07-22T00:00:00Z
  • We had such an amazing time here and were quite sad to leave. The location is amazing and from all the other cabins we would agree quite secluded, we loved the walks nearby each day we would walk through the forest toward the secluded beach on to Loch Awe, and within a short distance there are som fabulous walks including Avich Falls and Loch Avich. The cabin was lovely for a week away from everything we hardly saw anyone all week, the hot tub is fantastic to come back to after a long day walking. Can't wait to go back we had such a great time already looking to head back next year.

    Tahmina2017-05-06T00:00:00Z
  • Great little cabin and exactly what we where looking for! Clean, enough away from other cabins and great walks and near the water.

    Ryan2018-09-23T00:00:00Z
  • We had a Great Time

    Birte2017-08-25T00:00:00Z
  • Beautiful location, cabin and hot tub. Sonja was very helpful and supplied all the information we needed to have a great stay. Very relaxing and peaceful.

    Helen2018-01-22T00:00:00Z
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    Accommodates

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    Bedrooms

    2

    Dalavich, Scotland, United Kingdom

    Can you imagine lying in bed in the early morning before dawn and hearing nothing but the wind in the trees, the peaceful tumbling of water in the burn and the hoot of an owl? You don't have to. Life is like this in this cottage.
    Publisher’s Cottage was built in 1998 next to the house of Derek and Jennifer Rodger. It was used it as our workspace and from 2000 to 2013 it was the premises of Argyll Publishing. Yes, all the big book plans were hatched here, books designed and edited and parcels dispatched all over the world. Now it’s much more quiet and restful. There is one large double bedroom in the cottage, a bathroom with bath and separate shower cabinet (power shower) and a large open-plan living room with kitchen, dining area and lounge. There is a cooker with extractor hood, fridge and microwave and the kitchen is fully stocked with pots, crockery and utensils. Quality cotton bed sheets and towels are provided. The cottage is fully insulated to modern standards and is heated by electric storage heaters. There is additional convector heating. This is a country home in a quiet glen - an easy place to relax, a retreat from the modern world. To further help you do this, there is no television but there is free wi-fi. Wireless speakers are provided for use with your i-tablet/phone etc. The neighbourhood Glendaruel is on the Cowal Peninsula in the west of Scotland. The mood is truly Highland. From the front door of the cottage, within literally 60 seconds you can walk onto wild hillside. Glendaruel forest stretches up the hill from the back of the cottage and you can walk for miles through trees and on forest tracks usually without seeing another person. Wildlife abounds. There is a combination of native and plantation forest. Lichen and mosses affirm clear clean air. In the bird world, the glen is the preserve of the buzzard (eagles at higher altitudes and slightly further north), owls are heard at night, a heron hunts in the burn at the back and the garden attracts many species of smaller birds. On your walks you may come across red and roe deer and pine martens have recently returned to the glen. At certain times of the year, numerous red squirrels are to be seen at the back of the garden as they gather copious amounts of hazelnuts from the hazel trees that grow abundantly in the area. Further afield, on the south coast of the peninsula, there is the gorgeous beach at Ostaig overlooking the Isle of Arran. The Tighnabruaich Sailing School is 20 minutes south and the 5-minute Colintraive-Rhobodach ferry crossing takes you over to the Isle of Bute where you will find the famous Mount Stuart. There are many castles in Argyll, the nearest being Dunans just 3 miles up the road from the cottage. A few miles further on you will find castles in all directions including the Duke and Duchess of Argyll’s Inveraray Castle. The town of Dunoon, with supermarkets, cinema, swimming pools and hospital etc, is 30 minutes by car. The spectacular Benmore Botanic Gardens are also 30 minutes away. There are several local restaurants, many specialising in locally-caught seafood and venison. Your host has sampled all of them and can advise.
  • A peaceful and comfortable cottage in a stunning landscape. Cottage is spacious and well designed with everything you need for self catering. Surrounded by beautiful and magical garden and forest.

    Janet2017-08-03T00:00:00Z
  • We were looking for a quiet and peaceful place to relax after exploring the wilds of Argyll and this is exactly what we got. Publishers cottage is a warm and cozy place to stay with excellent amenities and a welcoming feel. The fresh coffee and home made muffins were a special touch and much appreciated after a long days walking. Couldn't have asked for more. Our hosts were accessable but not imposing and very friendly. Would happily recommend.

    Stuart2017-03-11T00:00:00Z
  • We just had the best time! Derek and Jennifer are the most friendly and welcoming hosts, lovely and very well-equipped cottage, perfectly located to discover the Cowal peninsula. Would love to come back!

    S2016-09-25T00:00:00Z
  • Me and my fionce arived later than expected due to car trouble, we got there in the end and derek and his partner were very accomidating, we were welcomed by freshly made muffins. Accompanied by beautiful views, perfect for a get away from a busy lifestyle! Would reccomend to anyone and would visit again!

    Dan2016-10-30T00:00:00Z
  • This space cannot be overstated. The birds and the view and forest will become a part of you. Top notch.

    Christopher2018-05-09T00:00:00Z
  • Staying in Publisher`s cottage was not merely an accommodation, but truly a wonderful experience. We were welcomed warmly by Jennifer and Derek and we have spent a nice evening with them over dinner having an interesting conversation. The cottage was charming, clean, well equipped and tastefully furnished with a lot of books inside. One really feels like at home here. The communication with Derek prior to our stay was quick and easy. The surrounding of the location was relaxing with a nice view on hills. We recommend this place to everyone, and we certainly would like to return here one day.

    Miroslav2016-07-28T00:00:00Z
  • We had a lovely stay at Publisher's Cottage, and Derek was very welcoming, and is very knowledgeable about the area. The cottage is very well decorated - immaculate inside/very clean and tidy, and there is a lovely atmosphere both inside the cottage and in the garden area (we were lucky with the weather, which added to it all). This is the first time we have used Airbnb and I imagine that Publisher's Cottage will be one of the best places we could have stayed. Highly recommended! Excellent selection of books, too! Thanks Derek - we hope to stay again.

    Nick2016-04-22T00:00:00Z
  • What a wonderful place. Derek is very friendly & helpful, the accommodation is quiet, nicely furnished & well equipped. Beautiful location with two fantastic restaurants nearby (Inver & Botanica) .

    Ciaran2018-06-27T00:00:00Z
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    Glendaruel, Argyll, United Kingdom

    Mezzanine master bedroom, two bedrooms downstairs, large kitchen/living area, scenic decking and cozy woodburner. Set at the end of beautiful Glen Loy, this secluded riverside lodge with mountain views offers peace, quiet and a stunning location. Fort William is the outdoor capital of the UK with world class mountain biking, hiking, and skiing. It is a short drive to Ben Nevis or Glen Coe, just off the famous road to Mallaig and the ferry to Skye, an hour to Aviemore and less to Loch Ness.
    Situated in woodland gardens beside the River Loy, this lodge has beautiful views of the hill it is named for; Grianain, meaning 'sunny spot'. The lodge is right at the end of beautiful Glen Loy just off the famous road to Mallaig and close to the buzzing town of Fort William, outdoor capital of the UK. It has a double bedroom, bathroom and twin downstairs and a large mezzanine with double bed and en-suite upstairs. Downstairs is a large double height open plan kitchen and sitting room with a wood burner, cooking island, dining table and sofa area with WiFi, digital tv, dvd player and stereo. There are large double doors leading out onto the decking with outdoor seating area and view of the hills and river. (Website hidden by Airbnb)
    Located in the beautiful Highlands, close to Ben Nevis, Fort William and the west coast. Within easy reach of Glen Coe, Oban, Loch Ness, Inverness and Aviemore. The stunning secluded Glen Loy road meanders up the side of the River Loy then over the moorland to this tucked away spot in a woodland garden by the river and overlooking the mountains. To see a video sent by a previous guest click the link below. https://youtu.be/qqG59rgWpJ0
  • What can we say, this place is just amazing. The lodge itself is light, spacious and modern, yet cosy and comfortable, it felt like home right away. The location is incredible, it certainly felt off grid, we could easily have just stared out of the window for the duration of our stay and never have been bored, the landscape of Glen Loy is breathtaking and it seems to transform before your eyes whenever the light or weather changes. Our hosts were wonderful, this trip was special to us as our elopement base! Rebecca and Neil spent time walking us around the grounds in order for us to find the perfect spot for our ceremony. They were so accommodating and Rebecca kindly offered her catering services (master cookery skills!) to us for the big day, needless to say it was delicious and even better than we could have hoped for, the homemade butter, chutneys and jellies were right up our street. You can really feel the love they have for the place. We would highly recommend this place to anyone seeking a little solitude and wilderness immersion!

    Dee2018-10-05T00:00:00Z
  • From the turn left at the bridge the 4 mile drive to this stunning lodge is jaw dropping. We loved the drive in and out every day. The lodge did not disappoint, it was luxurious, warm and welcoming and really felt like we were at home. We really cannot wait to come back next year for at least a week.

    Matt2018-09-06T00:00:00Z
  • What a fantastic stay we had. A massive thank you to Rebecca and her husband who were great hosts. The lodge was exactly as described and perfectly equipped for our week stay. The location is absolutely stunning and ideally located for day trips but secluded enough to get away from it all. I can not recommend this place enough.

    Simon2018-09-29T00:00:00Z
  • What a fabulous little gem! A definite favourite as we spent a delightful long weekend tucked away in a spectacular part of Scotland. The house was well equipped and beautifully located next to a little stream.

    Glyn2018-05-28T00:00:00Z
  • This is a perfect place to stay in the most amazing location for anyone. We wanted a base for climbing Nevis, this was a short drive away in the most idealic setting. The venue was modern and clean, but compeatly remote and was the best get way from London. Rebecca was a great host, replying to questions virtually immediately and made us feel at home. I woukd recommend this place highly and will deffinatly be returning for a longer visit!

    Dan2018-04-23T00:00:00Z
  • Thank you, Rebecca, for your hospitality. We liked the house a lot, a wonderfull location, a lot of space and light, good energy, clean,... We felt at home.

    Joke2018-04-12T00:00:00Z
  • What a beautiful lovely secluded lodge I assure anybody reading this review that they will not be disappointed with this find. We will definitely be returning. Rgd (Website hidden by Airbnb) Lee Vaughan

    Lee2018-04-29T00:00:00Z
  • The listing for the cottage was an excellent description of the property. We were very unlucky with the weather, but there was plenty of space in the lodge for everyone to be doing their own thing (which is important to us as our children’s favourite activity seems to be niggling each other). There were several extra lovely touches- extra pillows, blankets, towels and milk etc for our arrival. We very much enjoyed our time in the lodge. Thank you.

    Morwenna2018-08-18T00:00:00Z
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    3

    Fort William, Scotland, United Kingdom

    We call this space The Jam House, and it is one of three accommodation options available on Leob Croft, our organic croft set in an unspoiled area of approximately 30 acres overlooking the sea.
    On our Croft you will live close to nature and be able to escape the rush and madness of the outside world by walking, painting, studying (even anthroposophy!) or meditating the mysteries of life in peaceful and completely unspoiled surroundings. At home you will have a simple, natural accommodation mostly made of wood which is comfortable and uncomplicated. 100% cotton sheets. There is no TV and patchy mobile phone service, meaning ample opportunity for relaxation. From your own balcony you will have wonderful sea views of Staffa, the Burg and beyond. JAM HOUSE The accommodation comprises a large kitchen/dining space downstairs which is our jam-making room in the winter months. The main living room is upstairs via an open, wooden staircase. Off the main room there is a double bed alcove and a bathroom with shower, toilet and wash basin. The main space has a sofa, a single bed and a futon. The futon can also be made up for sleeping on for a small extra charge of £15, or you can bring your own bedding. Kitchen has a double ceramic sink and gas cooker. You have use of a washing machine. The accommodation is well insulated and usually needs no heating in summer but there is one large storage radiator and a portable electric radiator for use if the weather turns cold - plus an electric blanket for the bed! There is ample hot water.
    We are about 2 miles from the village of Bunessan which has a hotel, cafe and Spar shop. Bunessan is itself 6 miles from Fionnphort which is the crossing point to Iona. There is a friendly community spirit with some spectacular sandy beaches which you may well have to yourself.
  • We thoroughly enjoyed our stay at the Jam House. It is a very peaceful spot, with fantastic views. The house has everything you need and was very comfortable. Jonathan was a great host and left good advice about walks and places to visit.

    Katya2015-07-26T00:00:00Z
  • We, two adults and two kids had a great time at the Jam house. It really does have the best views on the island and is in a great location for accessing all kinds of wild and beautiful beachs. We saw an otter and loads of seals on the coast right below the cottage.

    Adrian2015-05-31T00:00:00Z
  • We had a wonderful time at the Jam House. The views from the lounge area are spectacular over to the Burg and Staffa. The croft is in a great location on the road to Iona and we were pleased to have picked this area of Mull for the week. We enjoyed the peacefulness and wildlife and watched sea eagles and seals from the house. The accommodation is comfortable and warm. We enjoyed cooking the readily available local seafood in the kitchen. Bunessan has an excellent cafe, Bunessan Bakehouse and we recommend their Friday night Fish and Chip night. Plenty of great walks nearby and Jonathan was a friendly and helpful host. We hope to return. It is a special place.

    Katie2015-09-06T00:00:00Z
  • We had a fantastic time staying at The Jam House. The secluded location makes for a lovely peaceful stay but they're is plenty to explore nearby. Highly recommended for the perfect escape.

    Carol2017-09-23T00:00:00Z
  • The jam house in amazing. The view is stunning we sat looking at it for many hours. The stairs in the kitchen are very steep and open and our 3 legged dog had to be carried up and down them. The little kitchen had everything we needed and I used the washing machine which was very good. The resident animals are lovely and brilliant to watch. The jam house is very warm and cosy, we loved all the wood.

    Liz2018-04-30T00:00:00Z
  • Jonathan was good about communicating and made our stay comfortable.This home sits on a little piece of heaven. This part of the world is so peaceful. Right out the door you can hear the sea wash ashore and the wind blow through the trees. The kitchen wass well stocked with dishes and the style was so cute! Beds were very comfortable and everything was super clean. We were on our way to visit Isle of Iona which is very close from Jonathan's house. Next time though we will stay longer as it is a trek to get out there but that is what makes it so amazing. We met the donkey as we were leaving and found the whole property enchanting.

    Corrie2014-08-31T00:00:00Z
  • The rustic accommodation at Leob Croft is a perfect base for exploring the beautiful Isle of Mull & the surrounding islands. Jonathan was a polite and friendly host.

    Elfie2015-08-18T00:00:00Z
  • The reservation was canceled 44 days before arrival. This is an automated posting.

    Zeger2015-03-22T00:00:00Z
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    Bunessan, Scotland, United Kingdom

    Spectacular views with exceptional features, this cottage will guarantee your relaxation on the breathtaking Ardnamurchan peninsula. Exceptionally equipped with multi room audio visual, jacuzzi baths and underfloor heating in bathrooms and hall. Free wifi and a wood burning stove, the property has a children's play area and extensive mature grounds.
    Set in one and a half acres, the property has stunning views across Loch Sunart to the Morven Hills beyond. The property is designed to a modern contemporary theme with multi room audio visual, jacuzzi baths, underfloor heating and Jotul wood burning stove. Guests can enjoy the stunning beauty of the Ardnamurchan Peninsula, one of the most remote parts of the UK mainland yet easily accessible from either Edinburgh or Glasgow. Set on the outskirts of the small village of Strontian, there are many local amenities to hand. Contact by phone or e-mail. Ardnamurchan is a haven of peace and tranquility with an emphasis on the outdoor lifestyle. Stunning scenery, amazing wildlife and a sense of well being are guaranteed. Easily accessible by car, travel is via the Corran Ferry Pets are allowed by prior arrangement. Strictly no smoking. Minimum seven nights however long weekends by prior arrangement possible. Lower rates available out of high summer season Preferred Saturday to Saturday let but can accommodate Friday to Friday depending on availability. Check in at 1600hrs. Check out at 1000hrs.
    Ardnamurchan is a haven of peace and tranquility with an emphasis on the outdoor lifestyle. Stunning scenery, amazing wildlife and a sense of well being are guaranteed.
  • Tom-An-T-Sithein is in the perfect location with a simply superb view which changes throughout the day. The garden is great for the kids with lots of hard work gone into the landscaping to make it so pretty. The cottage itself is spotlessly clean with everything you could possibly need during your holiday. The audio and visual system was (Website hidden by Airbnb) toddler spent a lot of the time gazing up at the ceiling listening to the music in wonderment! To summarise, we had a lovely family holiday in this idyllic location and it tugged on my heartstrings to have to leave. We will definitely return if David will have us.

    Victoria2017-08-05T00:00:00Z
  • David made us feel very welcome. He left a bottle of prosecco for us to bring in the New Year with. And diligently answered any questions I had.

    Tracy2015-01-04T00:00:00Z
  • We just came back from a wonderful holiday at David's cottage. The home is full of amenities that both pamper you and make you feel at home. We especially appreciated all the fine lighting throughout the house, the well-kept grounds, and all the helpful amenities for children. The ever-changing views over Loch Sunart were beautiful to take in from the property, and we enjoyed walking to the nearby hotel for dinner, as well as walking to several area hikes. The host is wonderful at answering any questions you may have, and gives you lot of "insider" information on the area. He steered us toward a lovely hotel outside of Glen Coe for a nice lunch and hike, as well as another location for swimming that we would have never know about on our own. We were grateful for all his knowledge. We couldn't recommend this place highly enough!

    Kate2015-08-30T00:00:00Z
  • This is truly a stunning location with views across the Loch changing in the weather and light. This means that the view is always breath-taking. The house itself is a labour of love, excellent facilities, very roomy and comfortable. The owner likes his tech so each room has access to music, movies and TV including a screen whilst bathing. The kitchen is fully stocked with crockery, pans and cutlery and latest whitegoods. The location includes some shops and a local pub which is a very short walk away. All in all, great place and we hope to return again - this time without walking up Ben Nevis but exploring the local area.

    John2015-05-05T00:00:00Z
  • This house is amazing, we cannot praise it highly enough, we had a fabulous week here. The weather wasn't fantastic but it really didn't matter. The house is stocked with everything you could want, and the garden is amazing. The views from the lounge and both master bedrooms is spectacular, the first night I just sat on the deck with a glass of wine and watch it change before my eyes. Lovely Jacuzzi baths with built in TV's and the Sonos system has every genre of music and movies on that you could wish for. The location is perfect with a local shop very close by and a restaurant 2 minutes walk from the house. Several lovely forest walks within walking distance and the house is ideally placed for days out. We very much hope to visit the house again in the winter, thank you for allowing us to have such a relaxing holiday.

    Lesley2015-07-12T00:00:00Z
  • What a incredible place!!!...Fantastic location..everything in the cottage is top quality and anything you would ever need is in there...Stunning views over Loch Sunart,amazing surrounding gardens....Welcoming Hotel next door with great food and drink!!!...We all had a wonderful time from start to (Website hidden by Airbnb) really is a massive credit to David for creating such a beautiful,homely cottage.

    John2016-10-16T00:00:00Z
  • This is a wonderful cottage in a stunning location. The cottage itself is done up quite beautifully and couldn't have been better as a place to stay in when the rain was heavy or head out from to local sites and walks. Not least it has a view on the loch that is captivating, changing each time you look, as hours and tide change. We saw a Sea Eagle fly, land and hunt from the balcony, which was an extraordinary experience. Strontian is a vibrant community with good local facilities and everything you need in terms of essentials. You need a car, and the access along the peninsula takes time but repays it manyfold with awesome views and wilderness. There are great outdoor tours from Wild West and Otter Adventures and coming from the Slow Adventures Co-op. No hesitation, book this cottage!

    Ed2017-08-23T00:00:00Z
  • Had an amazing holiday, the views from house were superb. Lovely house and an amazing location to explore

    Basil2016-07-24T00:00:00Z
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    Accommodates

    6


    Bedrooms

    3

    Acharacle, Scotland, United Kingdom

    Camus Arsa is a unique dwelling on a country estate in Argyll, the scenic west coast of Scotland. With stunning views, a horse riding stables within 1 minutes walk, the local pub which often hosts live music a 10 minute walk away, and miles of countryside to explore. Stand where ancient Scottish Kings were crowned, where Sean Connery jumped off the pier as 007, see the 3rd largest whirlpool in the world, the distillery tour, island wildlife tour, go fishing, taste the best of Argyll.
    Located on Lunga Estate on the scenic west coast of Scotland, this caravan/portacabin hybrid has been renovated to bring you a clean and fresh open plan modern cabin. Winter is coming! So now can enjoy the cosyness of the Rayburn which I will light for your before your arrival; spend some cosy nights in with the heat of a real fire you just can't beat. It also heats the radiators in the bedroom and livin room. I will provide you with a bunch of fuel to keep you going and give you a good start, afer that we'll have to strike some arrangement depending on what fuel I have available at the time and the length of your stay. I try to be eco-friendly as possible and provide you with local chopped wood chopped by my good self, also suplimented with some compressed woodchip 'heat logs'. Coal is also available in the local area. I will try my best to make sure you are as cosy as you could want. The bedroom contains a double bed and en-suite shower/toilet/washroom, and there is an extra toilet/laundry room off the entrance hall. The livingroom contains a comfy sofa bed which makes a cosy double (or luxurious single), and the Snug area beyond the kitchen contains a small futon foldout mattress. The Snug can be partitioned off from the kitchen with curtains. C.A. is a quiet place, if you're just looking to relax. With good mobile signal and no broadband it's the perfect place to escape the hustle and bustle and constant demands of modern life. Wifi is available at the local pub should you find yourself really in need! In the cabin you will find a selection of books, games and puzzles and other such things for nights in, I do like to give the place that 'lived in' feel and hope that you will want for nothing more. Great views out over the islands for most of the year, clean, fresh and spacious with as many modern conveniences as I can muster. I have also got some special deals for local activities: All my guests get 10% discount at the local horse riding stables and I'm working hard to get you more special deals. Watch this space. Please feel free to contact me about larger groups. It depends how cosy you want to get and are prepared to be but I'm more than happy to talk. I have a printed 'House Manual' which will help you find everything. It includes instructions on how to light the Rayburn, in case you're not familiar with stove lighting, and also comes in a variety of languages for your convenience.
    Lunga Estate is located about 17 miles from Lochgilphead and 22 miles from the town of Oban. On the coast and looking out over the islands of Mull and Jura, with a local horse riding stables just down the road it's an ideal place to simply relax or a base from which to go sight seeing. Lunga Riding Stables offer riding lessons and rides about the estate for all skill levels. The local pub, The Lord Of The Isles, is approximately a 10 minute walk away and a great place to go for lunch or dinner. It often hosts live music in the evenings. Next to the pub is the local marina where you can take wildlife and island tour boat trips, or go and check out the Gulf of Corryvreckan, the third largest whirlpool in the world. Further afield you can visit Kilmartin Museum for a slice of local ancient history, standing stones, 'The Valley of Ghosts', and Dunadd where the ancient kings of Scotland were crowned. This is also a great jump-off point for journeys to the Western Isles or further afield to Glen Coe, Ben Nevis and the Isle of Skye. In Oban you can catch ferries out to the islands, do the grand distillery tour if you like a tipple, or perhaps just head up the hill to McCaig's Tower, admire the views and wonder what it would have looked like if it had ever been completed.
  • Great location for exploring the west coast.

    Andrew2018-07-16T00:00:00Z
  • We had a fantastic weekend at Luke's. He is very generous and attentive. The cabin is lovely, comfy and full of details. You have everything you might possibly need. The view from the kitchen is stunning, quiet and very scenic place. We loved our time there.

    Mariela2018-05-21T00:00:00Z
  • Luke's cabin is amazing and equipped with EVERYTHING you could possibly need. It was super clean and in an idyliic location just a short walk from the beach and pub - all attractions are a short drive away, but there are plenty of walks straight from the door. We would definately stay here again, it's great value for money

    Lynne2018-06-29T00:00:00Z
  • Luke's cabin is quirky and wonderfully peaceful with an amazing view. It is comfortable and roomy with lots of excellent facilities - cooker, washer dryer and even USB charging sockets in the main plug sockets! Luke is really friendly and is only 5 minutes away should there be any problems. Great place to stay.

    Yvonne2018-08-10T00:00:00Z
  • Luke's cabin is in a superb location surrounded with nature and a sprinkling of tastefully designed modern build homes.Its exactly as described and Luke is very attentitive to all queries both before and during our 2 day stay. *5 recommended

    Ivan2018-05-23T00:00:00Z
  • Lovely cabin in a fantastic setting, Luke's place is comfortable, clean and well equipped. It has just what we needed to enjoy a weekend of perfect weather on the beautiful west coast.

    Nathan2018-07-02T00:00:00Z
  • What a fab little cabin this is, nestled among the trees above Craobh marina. You can tell Luke has put a great deal of effort into making it a clean, bright and comfortable haven, and having met him and talked about his passion for the place I know there will be many more happy customers to follow. I for one will be returning to the cabin as soon as I am able to, but for longer; four days just wasn't enough time to appreciate all the peacefulness and beauty of the area. As a singleton, I found there was more than enough room for me, and the rooms are actually larger than they look in the photographs. A full family would have a great time here. I thought the single bed area in the alcove of the kitchen/diner was a great touch too, and would make a great little sleep-den for a younger member of the family. Thanks again, Luke... I have some great memories from my stay.

    Jim2018-06-08T00:00:00Z
  • Luke's place is quite literally a cabin in the woods. It is placed in an amazing setting in the midst of nature. There are great views just a few minutes walk away and also the Lunga stables are just next to it so you get to see amazing horses. The house is small but very cosy and homely and also tidy. We enjoyed a lot and would love to go back.

    Tanzim2018-06-10T00:00:00Z
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    Accommodates

    5


    Bedrooms

    1

    Lochgilphead, United Kingdom

    Skye Lodge is a log cabin situated in the village of Dalavich on the shores of Loch Awe, Argyll. The cabin was completed in 2016 and is set in its own grounds as part of Dalavich Chalet Park. Finished to a high standard internally, the cabin is very well appointed with quality fittings and fixtures.
    The open plan living space has a log burning stove and there is an efficient air-source heat exchanger keeping the cabin toasty all year round. There are 3 bedrooms, 2 on the ground floor and one upstairs with an ensuite shower room. Downstairs there is a further large shower room, a double bedroom and a room with 2 single beds. The cabin comfortably sleeps 6 and there is a sofa bed in the main living area which can sleep a further 2 people. The kitchen is well appointed with double electric oven, induction hob, dishwasher, washing machine and American style fridge-freezer. There is freesat TV, unlimited broadband wi-fi, Bang and Olufsen sound system and Bose portable speaker although the area is very peaceful so we would ask that you respect our neighbours and keep volume low. There is a wood fired hot tub just off the decking area which you are very welcome to use.
    It’s not really close to anything – that's the beauty of it! Pine martens, red squirrels and deer are to be found in the vicinity.
  • Alan’s lodge is a perfect place for a scenic break, it is comfortable, well furnished, and clean. Alan was easily contactable, quick to reply, and even left a bottle of proseco and shortbread biscuits for us upon arrival. Excellent host and would definitely go back.

    Tom2018-06-03T00:00:00Z
  • We really enjoyed our stay here: it's isolated enough for one to enjoy some peace away from the chaos of everyday life (with the lake, the hot tub, etc), but with larger towns and a variety of beautiful landscapes (islands, the highlands, castles) within easy reach! The lodge is beautiful and well kept, with everything working clockwork.

    Marco2018-04-13T00:00:00Z
  • Skye Lodge is a very moden and fully equippped accommodation with the wood heated hot tub a much appreciated extra! The free Wi-Fi and TV for a family of 3 generations were ideal to keep everyone entertained and in touch with the outside world. The distance from the main road at 15miles can be seen as a plus or a minus depending how much peace and quiet you want but Alan was a super host with quick responses to requests for information and advice. The close proximity to the Loch and the woodland and river walks was great and the car run to Oban (Tesco etc.) and the west coast was straightforward reasonably easy. The whole family has no hesitation in recommending Skyle Lodge as an ideal holiday base and Alan as an excellent host :) .

    Ken2018-08-18T00:00:00Z
  • Great place, great host!

    Lies2018-06-25T00:00:00Z
  • Great lodge, great host. We loved staying in Alan’s lodge. It suited our family (4 children 7, 9, 11 and 12 years) perfectly. We used the hot tub twice in 4 days!! It took some time to heat up but the result was amazing! The lodge is very clean, spacious, modern and well equipped. We enjoyed visiting Oban, Isle of Mull ( ferry from Oban) and an amazing wild life boat trip from Crinan. We hope to return soon as this was just perfect !

    Anne2018-08-10T00:00:00Z
  • A beautiful location far away from the busy world. Alan was great in communication and made sure we felt welcome. We had a small problem with the shower, which was fixed quickly. We can absolutely recommend this location.

    Radboud2018-07-29T00:00:00Z
  • This place is amazing! Very stylish interior, cleverly thought out. We stayed in 8 people and there was no problem with the place. A well-equipped kitchen, great equipment playing in the living room and an excellent music shelf. The area is great, close to the lake and forest. I highly recommend this place, Alan is a wonderful host.

    Marcin2018-05-03T00:00:00Z
  • What an incredible space that Alan has which enabled us to have a really lovely family holiday. We are a family of 5 (3 kids- 9,7,4) the house was really spacious and we could spread out if needed! Kitchen was well equipped with everything you could need. There were detailed instructions left as to how to use equipment and the log fire- we used this as main heating really- Alan had kindly laid a fire so it was ready to go when we got there. We were also able to use the hot tub on a number of occasions- but do note it’s wood fire powered so takes a bit of effort to get going. Was definitely worth it though and was really fun to be warm out in the cold!! The site that the cabin is on is absolutely stunning, I can’t describe it and do it justice! It was right on the shores of the Loch, with lovely walks and bike rides (we brought our own) through the forest from the doorstep. There is a small playground for kids and you can hire boats from nearby (totally worth doing) there is a small shop which sells basics but would highly recommend booking a Tesco delivery- it really is in the middle of no where so you can’t “pop” to the shops. The beauty of this holiday was feeling like we had really had “time out” together. We drove to Oban on one day but other than that we just did stuff from the cabin, the kids really really enjoyed it- more than we were expecting! They loved the amazing scenery and how adventurous they felt! Of course the WiFi and DVD player helped to be able to snuggle up in front of the fire to as well! Overall I can not recommend this place more highly, if you enjoy the outdoors then this really is a great choice. Thanks so much Alan for sharing such a wonderful place and for making our stay such an easy and enjoyable one. If it wasn’t so far away from us we’d be back every year!

    Helen2018-04-06T00:00:00Z
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    Cabin


    Accommodates

    8


    Bedrooms

    3

    Argyll and Bute, Scotland, United Kingdom

    My place is close to great views, restaurants and dining, the beach, and family-friendly activities. You’ll love my place because of the outdoors space. My place is good for couples, solo adventurers, business travellers, families (with kids), and furry friends (pets).
    A unique cabin in elevated position with stunning views of Loch Awe and the mountains, an all year round electric hot tub located on decking accessed from the living area.
    Cabin is situated close to the shores of Loch Awe and the site is bordered by Inverliever Forrest. The local pub with restaurant is a few minutes walk away with seasonal opening hours Wed to Sun (high season) and Fri to Sat (low season).
  • This was my 3rd visit to the log cabins in Dalavich. The stay we had Agnes's cabin was very enjoyable. The cabin was clean, The loch isn't far and the hot tub on the decking was perfect. Everything was laid out for arrival that we had to read including detailed instructions for the hot tub which came in very handy. The cabin was alot smaller than I imagined but it gave it a cosy feel to it. All round happy with our stay.

    Marty2018-04-29T00:00:00Z
  • Hot tub amazing and location outstanding

    Tracey2018-05-16T00:00:00Z
  • Very nice place to stay!

    Kristina2018-01-16T00:00:00Z
  • Lovely Stay at Cabin Innes Chonnel. Thank you for having us x

    Holly2018-01-21T00:00:00Z
  • Lovely cabin in an adyllic location. The accommodation is basic but is exactly what it says on the tin and the hot tub is fantastic. The cabin is very remote and the roads in and out aren’t great so come prepared and relax in the beautiful surroundings.

    Claire2018-02-23T00:00:00Z
  • A lovely cabin with beautiful views of the loch. It's cosy but with all the amenities you need. The hot tub is worth the visit alone. It's electric and ready to go when you are.

    Neil2018-05-03T00:00:00Z
  • We had a lovely quiet break with an excellent hot tub! This is a great dog friendly lodge if you want to get away from modern life's annoyances.

    Harry2017-06-16T00:00:00Z
  • The lodge is amazing. Place is a lot there for familys or for pairs. It is very clean and everything you will need to cook is available. Best about it was the silence and solitude. Near the sea between other small lodges. The whirlpool is fantastic and the surrounding nice for a walk. Best for a long stay. Loved it.

    Kim Martin2018-07-13T00:00:00Z
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    Property Type

    Cabin


    Accommodates

    4


    Bedrooms

    2

    Dalavich, Scotland, United Kingdom

    Acorn Lodge is close to the town centre and has great views. It's a totally unique building, with a high level of insulation and a grass roof. Great for couples and families, it has an electric infra red sauna in the bathroom, perfect for relaxing in after a day in the outdoors. Maximum of 4 guests please.
    Acorn Lodge sits in on the edge of woodland and has a small stream running close by so you will really feel away from it all, yet are only 10 mins walk from the all the amenities of the town. With an open plan lounge/dining/kitchen area, you have fantastic views up the Great Glen. If you are lucky you might see the pine marten who visits the deck at night for peanut butter sandwiches. There is no garden area around the lodge as it is built onto the hillside, However there is a large decked veranda at the front. Please note that the stream running past the lodge is unfenced in places so children will need to be supervised.
    Situated right on the edge of the main part of Fort William, Acorn Lodge is in an elevated position overlooking the local leisure centre. Lots of guests comment that they did not feel like they were in town at all. The garden stream deadens most sounds from reaching the lodge and your view is uninterrupted towards the Great Glen and Loch Linnhe. It is an idyllic location with all amenities close by.
  • This is a great pick for something a little different. All the comforts you could want with the added bonus of a unique property. We loved it. Felt like we were miles away from anywhere but actually just a few minutes walk from town. Brilliant range of things to do locally. Rib boat trip around Loch Ness won the kids over and the walk to the waterfalls was really nice and scenic. Highly recommend Acorn Lodge. Thanks for having us. The Smiths

    Deborah2018-08-25T00:00:00Z
  • The lodge was comfortable, well equipped and clean . It was convenient for all the amenities in Fort William just a short stroll away but felt very rural because of its design and forest like setting . There was plenty to do in the area and was particularly convenient to access the Ben Nevis visitors centre and walking route.

    John2018-06-29T00:00:00Z
  • Great location with amazing views, the log cabin is quaint from the outside and luxurious inside, the sauna is an ideal way to unwind after long highland walks, and the bathrooms and kitchen are to a high standard, a lovely stay in lovely surroundings. The hosts kept in contact and provided clear instructions even arriving in the dark we had no problem finding our way and everything you need is on the doorstep.

    Hannah2017-10-23T00:00:00Z
  • Fantastic place, great value and brilliant place. Only criticism would be low lighting in second bedroom, otherwise will definiteky be staying again in the near future!

    Adam2017-01-05T00:00:00Z
  • We had a great stay in Norman's treehouse! The pictures really don't do it justice - it's fantastic. Spotlessly clean, peaceful location and a box of delicious shortbread to welcome you. 100% recommendation from us, thanks for the stay

    Trevor2017-05-16T00:00:00Z
  • Norman's Cottage is stunning, great place, close to town, yet felt very private and relaxing. Everything in the Cottage is finished to a high standard and it was imaculate... thank you for a great stay.

    Elaine & Glen2017-04-26T00:00:00Z
  • The host canceled this reservation 7 days before arrival. This is an automated posting.

    Claire2018-10-20T00:00:00Z
  • Real good place for hiking in the area of Fort William. Lovely house, perfect for 3 - 4 people. All that you need to cook yourself and on walking distance of pubs and restaurants. We were lucky to have a clear day for Ben Nevis, and we used the less perfect day for visiting the Ben Nevis distillery.

    Hans2017-09-10T00:00:00Z
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    Property Type

    Cabin


    Accommodates

    4


    Bedrooms

    2

    Fort William, Scotland, United Kingdom

    Charming log cabin with a wealth of rustic character to give that real log cabin experience. Wood burner and wood fired hot tub. Lovely location in an area of outstanding natural beauty close to the shores of stunning Loch Awe.
    Situated in extensive grounds in a peaceful woodland setting, approximately 250 yards from the loch shore. The accommodation sleeps 7 & consists of open plan Lounge, dining area and kitchen, double bedroom, triple-bunk room and family shower room. The lounge / dining area has a high vaulted ceiling, Satellite TV, DVD, Hi Fi (via TV and DVD), wifi (extra cost), double sofa bed, easy chairs, dining table for six and a lovely wood burning stove. The front elevation is mainly glazed, to maximize the views, with French windows opening onto a raised veranda area. The kitchen area is well equipped, with cooker, fridge (freezer compartment), microwave, toaster, kettle and all necessary utensils, crockery and cutlery. Shower room is tastefully finished and has electric shower, wash basin, toilet and shaver point. Bedroom 1 has a double bed, built in wardrobe / clothes storage and bed side cabinet. Bedroom 2 has triple bunk beds (double + single over), wardrobe / clothes storage and bed side cabinet. Top bunk suitable for children under 16 only. Outside there is parking for 2 cars, an elevated veranda with garden furniture, a BBQ / fire pit area and ample grounds. The cabin provides privacy and is close to a large open meadow on where children can play safely. The cabin is timber lined throughout, double glazed, highly insulated, well heated and suitable for year round use. It provides a balance of luxury and comfort while maintaining the character, charm and feel of a true log cabin in a quiet woodland location. All electricity and linen (not towels) are included within quoted prices. This is a non smoking cabin. 3 bags of logs for heating hot tub are included in the rental price. Additional logs can be purchased from our House Keeper if required. The cabin has optional wifi access at £15 / short break or £30 / week.
    The site is in an area of outstanding natural beauty, with breath taking scenery, endless walks, great fishing (free of charge) and abundant wildlife. Whether you require a base from which to explore Argyll and the west coast, simply enjoy the local area or just relax and be at one with nature our log cabins provide the perfect location. Further afield there are endless things to see and do, with Oban, the west coast and the isles within easy reach.
  • A comfortable cabin in a great location

    Robin2017-08-07T00:00:00Z
  • We had a very relaxed stay in the oak cabin. All facilities are there, it is very cosy. The hottub is great! The area is very quiet and isolated. Perfect location for nice walks.

    Familie2016-08-13T00:00:00Z
  • Very quiet area, nice to get away from the noise of the city!

    Pete2016-03-10T00:00:00Z
  • Cosy log cabin in a beautiful setting. The cabin is off the beaten track so a great getaway if you want peace and quiet. The log fire and hot tub are great additions to a very comfortable cabin.

    Carole2018-09-09T00:00:00Z
  • The log cabins were beautiful in a perfect loch-side location. The hot tub was great fun too, we all had a fantastic holiday. I recommend getting a boat on the loch and heading over to the abandoned castle on an island!

    Kieran2017-08-04T00:00:00Z
  • Lovely place, very quiet area, great experience with hot tub. Great for people with dogs, also for walkers..

    Marina2017-10-30T00:00:00Z
  • David was extremely helpful & responded to our emails very quickly. There was a problem with our booking which he resolved straight away - upgrading us free of charge. The lodge was even more super cool in real life - the description & pics were accurate. Everyone in the village was lovely & helpful.

    Tida 2016-02-15T00:00:00Z
  • Great cabin kitted to an excellent standard

    Michael2017-11-22T00:00:00Z
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    Property Type

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    Accommodates

    7


    Bedrooms

    2

    Argyll and Bute, United Kingdom

    This Scandinavian style cabin is very well equipped, beautifully furnished and is light, airy and full of log cabin charm. It’s situated on a large plot approximately 200 yards from the loch shore. As well as beautiful scenery the grounds and surrounding woodland provide an outstanding habitat for a wide variety of wildlife species. Red Squirrel and Pine Marten are relatively common and many bird species inhabit the area. A great location for wildlife watchers and nature lovers.
    The accommodation consists of open plan Living, dining and kitchen area, two double bedrooms, twin sleeping loft (access via ladder), family shower room and wood fired hot tub. The lounge / dining area has a vaulted ceiling, Freesat Satellite TV, DVD, Hi Fi (via TV and DVD), wifi, Bose Bluetooth speaker, sofa & easy chairs, dining table for six and a lovely wood burning stove. Patio doors open onto a raised veranda area overlooking garden and woodland and there is a large glazed area to the gable end, which floods the cabin with light. The kitchen is well equipped, with cooker, fridge /  freezer, dishwasher, microwave, toaster, kettle and all necessary utensils, crockery, cutlery etc. Shower room is tastefully finished and has electric shower, wash basin, toilet, heater, heated towel rail and shaver point / light. Bedroom 1 has a double bed, built in wardrobe / clothes storage and bed side table. Bedroom 2 has a double bed, wardrobe / clothes storage and bed side cabinet. Loft room is accessed via a ladder and has twin beds, clothes hanger, chest of draws and bedside table. Outside there is parking for 2 cars, an elevated veranda with garden furniture, a BBQ / fire pit area and ample grounds. The cabin provides privacy and is a short walk from the shores of Loch Awe. As well as beautiful scenery the grounds and surrounding woodland provide an outstanding habitat for a wide variety of wildlife species. Red Squirrel and Pine Marten are relatively common and many bird species inhabit the area. A great location for wildlife watchers and nature lovers. There is a Scandinavian, wood fire hot tub available for guests' use at extra £62, which includes 3 bags of logs. Extra logs can be purchased from our House Keeper. Please note that the tub can take up to 5 hours to heat up in the first instance. Bed linen is provided but not towels.
    The site is in an area of outstanding natural beauty, with breath taking scenery, endless walks, great fishing (free of charge) and abundant wildlife. Whether you require a base from which to explore Argyll and the west coast, simply enjoy the local area or just relax and be at one with nature our log cabins provide the perfect location.
  • Excellent log cabin with great facilities. We really enjoyed our stay. Thank you.

    Alex2017-08-14T00:00:00Z
  • My husband and I, along with another couple stayed in Flora Log Cabin for a long weekend and we absolutely loved it! The log cabin is set amongst other log cabins in a park type affair set back a short 2 minute walk from Loch Awe. The accommodation was stylish and well equipped (don’t forget to take your own towels though). The only negative to our stay was the amount of midgies so whatever you do take repellant! We would also recommend hiring a boat and fishing rods from Tam which your host provides details for, we did this one day and the views were amazing from the boat and to top it off we caught a fish! So much fun! Highly recommend this place to everyone! David is an excellent host and was always available to answer any questions!

    Ems2018-06-10T00:00:00Z
  • Our stay at Davids place was wonderful. The location is very special and perfect for nature-friends.

    Kathi2018-08-24T00:00:00Z
  • Had an excellent stay here, amazing interiors and a picturesque location. Would definitely come again!

    Antonio2017-11-27T00:00:00Z
  • Great little cabin, fantastically located! We’ll definitely be back! Thanks!

    Ben2018-05-28T00:00:00Z
  • A well supplied, lovely lodge in a beautiful setting. Do bring dishwasher tablets if you want to use the dishwasher.

    Robin2018-06-25T00:00:00Z
  • Lovely spot in what felt like the middle of nowhere, perfect for a quiet getaway.

    Steve2017-09-03T00:00:00Z
  • We had a fantastic stay at Flora cabin. The surrounding area is beautiful and there's so much to see and do (weather permitting!). The cabin was in pristine condition and exactly as pictured and described. Would definitely stay again. Thanks David!

    Douglas2017-07-16T00:00:00Z
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    Accommodates

    6


    Bedrooms

    3

    Argyll and Bute, Scotland, United Kingdom

    The secluded (dog/pet friendly) cabin with hot tub (new one installed August 2018) and sauna is situated within Dalavich Chalet Park offers peaceful accommodation, providing the perfect opportunity to be at one with nature in a stunning setting. The surrounding area provides an amazing natural playground with forests, burns, rivers, mountains and lochs to explore. The area has a multitude of walks and cycle routes, and relaxing in the comfort of the cabin.
    Taigh Nan Con Cabin has a wealth of character and charm and provides guests with a true log cabin experience. It is situated in a peaceful woodland setting, positioned in a secluded forest glade with a small stream running along the back. This 4 berth log cabin has a hot tub and sauna set and is approximately 100m from the shore of the beautiful Loch Awe, it also features extensive decking around the back, side, and front of the cabin equipped with BBQ. The accommodation consists of a large bathroom with shower, open plan lounge/kitchen and a wood burning stove, one double bedroom, and one bedroom with two bunk beds. The lounge has satellite TV, BroadBand/Wifi, sofa, chairs, and a lovely wood burning stove. Front elevation is mainly glazed, to maximize views, with French windows opening onto a raised decking area. The kitchen area is very well equipped, with cooker, fridge (with freezer compartment), microwave, toaster, kettle, coffee grinder/machine and all necessary utensils, crockery & cutlery. Shower room is tastefully finished and has electric shower, wash basin and toilet.Bedroom 1 is a ground floor room with a double bed, wardrobe / clothes storage, bed side table and wall mounted TV with chromecast facility.Bedroom 2 has bunks bed. The bunk consists of two single beds. The top bunk is suitable for children (under 16) only.Outside there is parking for 2 cars, an elevated decking / patio, including picnic table and a BBQ. The woodland surrounding the cabin is a wonderful natural habitat for an abundance of wildlife, including Red Squirrel and Pine Marten which are frequent visitors.The cabin is timber lined throughout, double glazed, highly insulated, well heated and suitable for year round use. It provides a balance of luxury and comfort while maintaining the character, charm & feel of a true log cabin in a quiet forest location.Whether you require a base from which to explore Argyll and the west coast, simply enjoy the local area or just relax and be at one with nature our log cabins provide the perfect location. Note* For the phone signal, O2&Vodafone networks get reception, but not other networks,due to the remote location.
    Loch Awe is one of Scotlands most spectacular lochs. Its is 23 miles long and runs south west from the village of Lochawe to Ford near the west coast. Kilchurn Castle is a dramatic ruin which is one of Scotlands most famous and most photographed castles. There are a number of islands in the loch including Innishail, which is the burial island of the Dukes of Argyll. Inveraray Castle, the seat of the Dukes of Argyll, is at the head of Loch Fyne. There are two notable hotels on the loch side the Taychreggan and the Ardanaiseig both of which cater for the upper end of the market and have good restaurants. Argyll offers a full range of outdoor activities. There is spectacular hill walking, climbing and mountaineering in the area with skiing at both Aonach Mhor (near Fort William) and at Glen Coe. There is also deer stalking and the numerous lochs and rivers provide both salmon fishing and trout fishing. The west coast is also famous for its exciting sailing and varied coastline. Nearby Dalavich has a village shop, part time post office and café, a church and a village hall. Kilchrenan has an inn, a primary school and a church. Taynuilt, on the main road to Oban, has a post office, grocer, butcher, petrol station, hairdresser and antiques store. Oban (26 miles) is the nearest major town and is the ferry terminal to the Western Isles. The town has a full range of shops and supermarkets. Secondary education is available at Oban High School. There is a bus service from Dalavich to Oban via Taynuilt, including a school bus service.
  • Very cosy cabin, log burner kept the place very warm. Hot tub and sauna was excellent. Comfy bed and kitchen was very well equipped. Loads of very nice walks near by too! Plus they left a bottle of prosecco for us, very nice touch! Will be back!

    Justin2018-02-18T00:00:00Z
  • A fantastic stay in a lovely location. Everything was available to ensure a pleasant getaway in the country!

    Aidan2017-01-18T00:00:00Z
  • We had a 3 night stay in Imran's place. It was a very nice holiday although we had learned that the sauna was not working during check in. There was coffee, wood logs for burner, fire lighters freely available in the house. Imran also left a bottle of prosecco, which was a nice surprise for us. General areas were clean but the windows and under the sofa were not clean. The hot tub is lovely!

    Yalcin2018-06-29T00:00:00Z
  • Fantastic stay, loved the hot tub and sauna!

    Ross2017-10-27T00:00:00Z
  • We stayed for 2 nights whilst breaking our journey from Brighton to Skye. The cabin is small but was fine for us (2 adults, 2 kids, small dog). The cabin is small but has a big bathroom and ok sized living area so suited us. The hot tub was also filled and going when we arrived which was a nice touch. We had booked a boat for the day but it was sadly too windy to go out. There is a lovely little post office, cafe, shop with a green opposite with football posts and everyone we came into contact with was friendly and helpful/kind. The biggest downside and it was big....was the heat vs midges. You couldn’t sit outside for even a few mins without being eaten alive which also meant not opening the windows of the cabin - there’s nothing that could be done about this as it’s just the area and the result of a warm winter but the post office did sell repellent and candles.....not that it helped too much. There are 2 windows with midge nets in the cabin...I used them one night, it was a massive error. The midges just get in. My advice.... just keep the windows shut. One night we booked a table and ate at the Kilchrenan Inn (20min drive) the food was really nice.

    Amelia2018-05-28T00:00:00Z
  • Tranquil, great hot tub and sauna, cosy log fire. We've stayed before and we'll stay again. Great spot!

    Heather2018-10-12T00:00:00Z
  • We were a little disappointed by this place and it is perhaps a little overpriced. Cabin is on a park with about 50 other cabins. The park is accessed by a 20-mile winding single track (our daughter was sick three times). There is no view of the loch from the cabin. Cabin is small. However, it is relatively cosy with a wood-burning stove. Outdoor hot-tub is great fun, though sauna was not working when we were there. No washing machine or dryer in cabin - they are in the park laundry for a fee. On a more serious note, a couple of days before arrival we were informed by the host that there was no swimming in the loch because of poison algae. A notice in the park said one dog dead, two seriously ill after going in the water. This is important information, especially for families, that should be given in the description before booking.

    Stephen2018-07-31T00:00:00Z
  • Lovely cabin in a beautiful location. The cabin had nice amenities and was very clean.

    Louise2018-03-25T00:00:00Z
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    Accommodates

    4


    Bedrooms

    2

    Taynuilt, United Kingdom

    Our fabulous Glamping pods offer en suite facilities and the most amazing views of Loch Linnhe and the surrounding mountains. Each pod sleeps 3 adults or 2 adults and 2 small children. BEDDING NOT INCLUDED. Bring your own bedding or hire our sleeping bags. Pods are warm and cozy. You may take the Corran Ferry to get to Ardgour, however there is a road around the loch Via Fort William, We are not an Island. The ferry saves 1hr drive around the loch.
    These lovely pods are fully insulated so very cosy. All are ensutie WC and shower with tea making facilities. We are cited on croftland and parking is available at the village shop next door.
    The area is outstandingly beautiful. Mountains, lochs, wildlife include seals, pine martins, otters, grey geese and eagles, and much more. There are opportunities to fish, walk, climb, or just relax.
  • John made you feel very welcome at the pods. He was available when we got a bit lost in the neighborhood and picked up our phone calls. He also gave us some tips on what to discover in the area.

    Jessica2015-11-11T00:00:00Z
  • Great place . Something different.

    Wesley2015-10-01T00:00:00Z
  • Nice surrondings. Very simple standard but there is warm shower and heating. A good alternative. Though - the price isn't that much lower than an ordinary hotel room, so it's a bit overpriced. Also, it could have been better cleaned. Izzy herself was not there during our stay.

    Håkan2016-07-09T00:00:00Z
  • Very nice and so beautiful place ! We loved the view ! I strongly recomand this place. We travelled with our two little children and even then, we got all the comfort we needed. They did love the poneys and goats around the pod. Even if the weather was stormy, we had a great night. And when we were a bit confused with the right road to take, we had all the help we could possibly need.

    Anne-Sophie2015-07-18T00:00:00Z
  • Very scenic and adventurous stay. We especially loved to be able to use the BBQ for free. Communication was very good.

    Stein2017-05-07T00:00:00Z
  • Stunning views from clean and comfortable pods. Very peaceful and enjoyable and we appreciated the dogs being allowed to come with us too. Thank you!

    Izzy2018-06-08T00:00:00Z
  • We enjoyed our adventure in the pod. Bigger than some so loads of space . Great communication with hosts. Beautiful views and lovely decked area at the front to sit out . The local inn by the ferry was really nice with a great varied menu. The ferry across the water took 5minutes and runs all day from early til about 9pm runs Clockwork . 3pods together with a wee shop so tranquil . Thank you John and reese would recommend this place for a get away or a nice rest after climbing the ben

    Jennifer2018-05-10T00:00:00Z
  • Great place, beautiful location. Perfect for a short stay.

    Laura2018-08-05T00:00:00Z
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    Property Type

    Cabin


    Accommodates

    3


    Bedrooms

    1

    Fort William , Inverness-Shire, United Kingdom

    Charming log cabin in an outstanding, loch side location, with breath taking views across Loch Awe and the mountains beyond. Wood fired hot tub, own beach, BBQ / fire pit area, raised veranda and large grounds.
    Cabin provides self catering accommodation for up to five people and is situated on a large plot with stunning views over loch. Scandinavian, wood fired hot tub available for guests use @ extra £63 to quoted prices. This includes 3 bags of logs / kindling; extra logs can be purchased on site. The accommodation consists of an open plan lounge, with dining and kitchen area, two bedrooms and shower room. The lounge area has Sky TV, DVD player & Hi-Fi (via DVD), radio, a two seater sofa, two easy chairs, fold away dining table and chairs. The well equipped kitchen area has a hob / oven, fridge, microwave, toaster and kettle. A full range of cooking utensils, crockery and cutlery are provided. From the lounge area patio doors give access onto the raised veranda, which overlooks the loch. The shower room has an electric shower, wash basin, toilet and heater. Bedroom 1 contains a double bed, built in clothes hanging / storage space and bedside cabinet. Bedroom 2, although small contains three bunks, suitable for adults or children and a built in clothes storage space. The cabin is double glazed, well heated and is suitable for use all year round. It stands in extensive grounds, has a camp fire / BBQ area and parking for two cars. All electricity and linen (not towels) are included within quoted prices. This is a non smoking cabin. Wifi is available at extra £15 / short break or £30 / week. Bed linen (not towels) is provided free of charge.
    The site is in an area of outstanding natural beauty, with breath taking scenery, endless walks, great fishing (free of charge) and abundant wildlife. Whether you require a base from which to explore Argyll and the west coast, simply enjoy the local area or just relax and be at one with nature our log cabins provide the perfect location. Further afield there are endless things to see and do, with Oban, the west coast and the isles within easy reach.
  • Great communication with David and Irene (on-site) was very lovely and welcoming. Perhaps a little smaller than we expected but we had a lovely time. The views are stunning - lovely to have our own little beach. The community of cabins is very quiet and friendly. We enjoyed the community bar and restaurant (open part-time) and came a proud second in the quiz night! The little shop and cafe in the village is lovely too and great for the essentials. It's a long drive down a single track road to get there but that makes it super private and unspoilt. Had a lovely day out in Oban (best fish and chips ever) and really enjoyed the community cinema too. The best day was our day out on the loch. We hired a boat for 4 hours (£40) and pootled around. No fish were caught but it was one of 2 perfectly sunny days and we had a great picnic on a headland with a most glorious view.

    Theresa2016-08-28T00:00:00Z
  • If you want a scenic spot - this is ideal. A well-equipped kitchen and great views! A bit cramped with 5 people - especially when trapped in with bad weather! Bring a selection of DVDs! Some mobile networks dont reach there - so be aware! And bring as much food as you will need! The hot tub is good - but tricky! Our first try worked perfectly - and made us over- confident - didnt work at all second time! But when it works, its great!

    Alistair2017-01-07T00:00:00Z
  • The cabin is cozy and nice. The region is stunning and we enjoyed walks around the loch. We had very nice time both inside and outside the cabin :o) thank you, David!

    Bára2016-09-11T00:00:00Z
  • Truly stunning location with beautiful view / access to Loch Awe. Cabin looking a bit dated but as expected and adds to the charm. Extra cost to use the hot tub and not enough kindling provided for the duration of the stay nor a way to light it! Very annoying after a long drive. Overall though, a great place to relax and unwind come rain or shine.

    elle2017-09-22T00:00:00Z
  • An amazing place to stay. The cabin is lovely and easy to keep warm, the loch is spectacular every morning (or evening if you're in the tub!) And theres a number of easy or more challenging walks straight from the door. Theres boat hire, bike hire a cafe and bar in the area so no need to go anywhere else.

    Phil2017-12-30T00:00:00Z
  • This is an amazing place...the hot tub is so relaxing.

    Emma2018-10-16T00:00:00Z
  • Small but well equipped cabin in a beautiful location right next to Loch Awe. Miles from anywhere and perfectly peaceful. The hot tub is great, takes ages to heat but makes for a good 'project' with the kids. Things to do at Cruachan and Kilmartin. Don't forget the car-sick tablets!

    Paul2017-04-13T00:00:00Z
  • We absolutely loved our stay in David's cabin. The setting is beautiful, right by the loch and very peaceful. The bus from Oban dropped us off right where we needed to pick up the keys. The shop had everything we needed (including cakes and jacket potatoes!) and we went for some lovely walks nearby. Couldn't have wished for anything better (except for a few less midges).

    Susannah2017-06-08T00:00:00Z
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    Accommodates

    5


    Bedrooms

    2

    Argyll and Bute, United Kingdom

    Beautiful cabin with all year round electric hot tub, wood burning stove and wifi, located in a lovely setting at Loch Awe and bounded by the Dhub Usiage river
    3 bedroom, 2 bathroom cabin with an all weather electric hot tub, wood burning stove and wifi close to the shores of loch Awe
    Dalavich is a small rural village with about 40 houses and 55 privately owned cabins. The village has a local bar and resturant, village shop with cafe and post office and a 24hr self service laundry. Boat hire is available in the village.
  • Our stay was excellent. Easy to find and the place was fantastic.

    Peter2018-07-15T00:00:00Z
  • Beautiful location, friendly neighbors and a lodge that exceeds expectations with amenities and cooking supplies. Host was attentative and helpful when requested, would (and already have) recommend to a friend.

    Victoria2018-08-26T00:00:00Z
  • Great weekend, thank you!

    Ross Lee2018-10-07T00:00:00Z
  • Amazing place to stay, friendly locals at the Lochview & community centre. Try Black Rock curry at Inverinan, you won’t regret it!!

    Mic2018-09-21T00:00:00Z
  • Hot tub was excellent, area great for dogs and the cabin was comfortable.

    Colin2018-07-28T00:00:00Z
  • We had a great weekend at Shuna cabin. The place was much better than expected, the photos really don’t do it justice. The beds were extremely comfortable and the whole cabin was clean and homely. John gave us great advice for things to do and see, and everybody was very accommodating. We can’t wait to come back!

    Jamie2018-10-01T00:00:00Z
  • Loved this cabin perfect for some chill time

    Aailsa2018-07-08T00:00:00Z
  • You will not be disappointed

    Dale2018-09-10T00:00:00Z
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    Accommodates

    6


    Bedrooms

    3

    Argyll and Bute, Scotland, United Kingdom

    Staffa Lodge is a STB 4 star, silver Green tourism, luxury lodge exclusively for adults. We are one of Vernon's 100 best self-catering properties and our average Freetobook rating is 5 stars. Relax and unwind surrounded by private woodland, birds, wildlife and stunning scenery. Enjoy the convenience of being centrally located on the Isle of Mull whilst benefiting from the peace and tranquillity of this secluded location. Please note this lodge has a large walk in shower rather than a bath.
    Perfect for romantic breaks and relaxing getaways.
    3 miles away from Salen which has a pub, restaurant, coffee shop, spar shop & post office.
  • Amazing and unforgettable week in Hideway Lodges. Thanks to Janine and his husband for the warm welcome. The lodge is in a beautiful spot with views to a wonderful bay, just one word "AMAZING". You are in the middle of nature where deer, porcupines and wild birds visit you at the door of the cabin every day. We enjoyed some magnificent duck and chicken eggs that a neighbour sold us. The environment is totally wild to get lost and reconnect with yourself. The accommodation is fully equipped and has some qualities and cleanliness that has astonished us, we totally recommend it.

    Begoña2017-07-29T00:00:00Z
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    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Cabin


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    1

    Argyll and Bute, Scotland, United Kingdom

    This beautiful, eco friendly log cabin with hot tub provides comfortable, spacious, self catering accommodation for up to eight guests in an area of outstanding natural beauty. It has bags of rustic charm & provides an authentic log cabin experience in stunning woodland surroundings. It is situated on a large plot, with veranda and hot tub overlooking open meadows. It has a partial loch view and a small burn to the rear. Great for nature lovers and for access to the great outdoors.
    This well equipped cabin has accommodation for up to 8 guests & consists of open plan Lounge, dining area and kitchen, double bedroom, double bunk room, twin sleeping loft (accessed by ladder) and family shower room. It sits on a large plot and has a lovely Scandinavian wood fuelled hot tub. The lounge / dining area has a high vaulted ceiling, Satellite TV, DVD, Hi Fi (via TV and DVD), double sofa bed, easy chairs, dining table for 8 and a lovely wood burning stove. The front elevation is mainly glazed, to maximize the views, with French windows opening onto a raised veranda area. The kitchen area is well equipped, with cooker, fridge / freezer, microwave, toaster, kettle and all necessary utensils, crockery and cutlery. Shower room is tastefully finished and has electric shower, wash basin, toilet and shaver point. Bedroom 1 has a double bed, built in wardrobe / clothes storage and bed side cabinet. Bedroom 2 has bunk beds, wardrobe / clothes storage and bed side cabinet. Sleeping loft has 2 no single beds, clothes storage and bedside cabinet. Outside there is parking for 2 cars, an elevated veranda with garden furniture, a BBQ / fire pit area and ample grounds. The cabin provides privacy and is a short walk from Dalavich village and the loch shore. The cabin is timber lined throughout, double glazed, highly insulated, well heated and suitable for year round use. It provides a balance of luxury and comfort while maintaining the character, charm and feel of an authentic log cabin in the woods. PLEASE NOTE: Use of hot tub is charged at an additional £65 / stay to advertised rental rates & includes 3 bags of logs. Please confirm if this is required when booking. Additional logs can be purchased from our House Keeper. Wifi is available (limited data) @ £30 / week or £15 / short break (up to 4 nights). All electricity and linen (not towels) are included within quoted prices. This is a non smoking cabin. We charge £20 per dog per stay.
    The site is in an area of outstanding natural beauty, with breath taking scenery, endless walks, great fishing (free of charge) and abundant wildlife. Whether you require a base from which to explore Argyll and the west coast, simply enjoy the local area or just relax and be at one with nature our log cabins provide the perfect location. Further afield there are endless things to see and do, with Oban, the west coast and the isles within easy reach.
  • Nice place for a little family getaway

    Caroline2018-07-16T00:00:00Z
  • What a lovely place. Was exactly what we needed!

    Tom2018-02-17T00:00:00Z
  • The host canceled this reservation 65 days before arrival. This is an automated posting.

    kelly2016-08-02T00:00:00Z
  • We had a relaxing few days in the cabin and loved the hot tub. Our dogs had a ball too.

    Sherill2017-11-03T00:00:00Z
  • The host canceled this reservation 78 days before arrival. This is an automated posting.

    Lee2016-05-19T00:00:00Z
  • The cabin is well insulated and the beds are comfortable. Even with poor weather, we still appreciated the surroundings and wanted for nothing. Kitchen is well stocked, shower is good, and shop and community centre nearby to provide drinks, food and basic supplies. A quite place in a green land. Comfortable and serene.

    Mark2017-06-26T00:00:00Z
  • Nice cabin, as described. Communication with David was great.

    Patrick2018-10-23T00:00:00Z
  • We really enjoyed our stay at Bluebell cabin, the area was great for going out and exploring the surroundings and the cabin was really nice and we'll presented on arrival, hot tub costs £15 a time to get going but that's probably due to the weather and was worth it it once it heated up. We weren't aware of the cap on the Wi-Fi and relied on this for planning our trails and loading the sat-nav and stating in contact with family with having no mobile signal. Its not a problem but we would of prepared for this earlier if we'd known, I know there was mention of a fair usage policy, I couldn't seem to find this on any of the emails. Overall a really nice place to get away, and there is a lovely little cafe/village shop just next to the site that does the best breakfasts/lunches.

    Jodie2017-06-17T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Cabin


    Accommodates

    8


    Bedrooms

    3

    Argyll and Bute, United Kingdom

    Reviews from guests who stayed in Isle of Mull

    Reviews from guests who stayed in Isle of Mull
    Mary
    Mary
    2018-08-19
    Alasdair (Bunchy) was a really lovely and helpful host, and the cottage was so cute and cosy, with beautiful views each way, and so close to the very well stocked Co-op! Also gorgeous beaches literall…
    Victoria
    Victoria
    2017-11-01
    Staying with Lyn das awesome, her place is lovely and the views are outstanding. She and her husband were super welcoming and helped me to get enough information to get around the island. Also, I must…
    Mel
    Mel
    2018-09-08
    Julie's place is a cosy yet spacious warm and well appointed house right on Balephetrish Bay. It's easy to drive around the island from there and the excellent heating in the house and amazing hot wat…
    Yvonne
    Yvonne
    2018-05-22
    This is a wonderful BnB, the house is gorgeous, beautifully finished, and Alison and David are wonderful hosts. Breakfast is amazing and the view just stunning. Nothing not to love...
    Christine
    Christine
    2018-07-29
    Fantastic experience on the most beautiful island x
    fiona
    fiona
    2015-10-16
    Great e-mail and text message contact with Patrick before we arrived on Tiree. His messages were personal and friendly, so we felt very much that he wanted us to feel at home in his wonderful house.
    Pamela-Jane
    Pamela-Jane
    2018-07-11
    Gorgeous big cottage on the most tranquil of settings very close to the co-op and the Scarnish hotel (excellent meals) need bikes or car to get around this island as the dial a bus only operates up ti…
    Rick
    Rick
    2018-07-21
    Great place with lovely view

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