Typified by its dramatic coastline and sprinkling of diverse provincial towns, West Coast Scotland is the perfect place for adventure. From Fort William in the Highlands to Oban in Argyll, this stretch of coast offers an extraordinary blend of mountains, moorlands and coastal views. But where should I stay when I get there? I hear you ask. Well don't fret, because we're here to let you know about all the great places to stay on the West Coast of Scotland that'll make your cottage holiday all the more invigorating.
Where to book your cottage in West Coast
Let's start with the aforementioned Fort William, the second largest settlement in the Highlands. Popular with tourists for generations, this age-old town is surrounded by some of Scotland's most coveted mountain ranges, making it an exceptionally popular area for hikers and hill walkers. Book a holiday cottage in Fort William and you'll be mere metres from the base of Glen Coe and just a short drive from the mighty Ben Nevis. As well as walking, mountain bikers and other adrenaline junkies will also be well catered for during their holiday in Fortwilliam, with the Munro Mountains providing enough craggy terrain for even the most hardened adventurer.
What else does West Coast Scotland have to offer? Couples will relish a romantic stroll around the shores of Loch Lomond; families can learn lots about Scottish history in the bustling town of Inveraray; pets will love bounding along the beach at Carradale; and parents will enjoy sipping on fine Scotch whiskey in the wonderful 'wee town' of Campbeltown.
If we've got your attention and you fancy exploring the West Coast of Scotland for yourself, choose your from our wonderful Scottish holiday cottages below
Please find below self catering holiday cottages along the West
Coast of Scotland.