A charming semi-detached cottage located in the heart of the pretty Highland village of Ballachulish, on the shores of stunning Loch Leven.
This Ballachulish cottage is ideal for a family or a group of friends wishing to spend some time together in this mesmerising part of Scotland.
Thoughtfully furnished, this cottage in Ballachulish has three comfortable bedrooms, including one on the ground floor complemented by a family shower room.
The cosy sitting room offers views across a large green framed by the impressive mountains standing in the distance.
The well-equipped kitchen with dining area allows access to the private rear garden, a lovely place to sit and relax with a morning coffee and newspaper, available from the village shop just a short stroll away.
There are good local facilities in the village, and Ballachulish is conveniently located for discovering the wonderful Scottish Highlands, which are rich in history and superb scenery and wildlife.
A fantastic location for touring, and yet within a few minutes' walk of Loch Leven, you can take a trip across the waters on the Corran Ferry and discover the fabulous Ardnamurchan Peninsula.
A short journey south takes you to the atmospheric Glencoe, and to the north you will find the bustling town of Fort William, where there is much to offer.
An outdoor enthusiast's paradise awaits you, but whether you chose to discover it by foot, bike or in the car, this charming Ballachulish cottage will be there to welcome you home.
Three bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x ground floor twin, 1 x single. Ground floor shower room with shower, basin and WC. Kitchen with dining area. Sitting room with electric fire.
About the location
Kinlochleven 8 miles; Fort William 15 miles.
Deriving its name from the Gaelic Baile a' Chaolais meaning 'The Village by the Narrows’, Ballachulish straddles the narrows at the mouth of Loch Leven. Encompassing North Ballachulish and South Ballachulish, these two villages were separated until 1975 when the Ballachulish Bridge opened. North Ballachulish sits just across the bridge while South Ballachulish lies 3 miles to the east on the southern side. North Ballachulish offers a hotel and petrol station/shop, whilst South Ballachulish has a supermarket, coffee shop, Post Office, pubs, hotels and a Tourist Information Centre/gift shop. Ballachulish attracts many visitors throughout the year and is a perfect base for those wishing to enjoy outdoor pursuits. Ballachulish once had a major slate quarrying operation which continued for over 250 years until 1955 when the quarry was closed and today the old quarries are now being reclaimed by nature and the area is famous once again but this time as an idyllic holiday location. Nearby Kinlochleven boasts Ice Factor, an indoor ice and rock climbing centre, plus Fort William, with the impressive title of the Outdoor Capital of the UK, is situated 15 miles to the north with access to the famous Nevis Range, and Glencoe is within easy reach. With Fort Augustus and Loch Ness about an hour’s drive away, Ballachulish is a fabulous holiday location.