A stylish detached bungalow located in the heart of the village of Glencoe in the Scottish Highlands.
Set over one floor, the cottage is presented to a high standard, and is beautifully furnished throughout to provide superb accommodation for families or groups of friends.
The well-equipped kitchen offers fantastic amenities and space to prepare delicious family meals, whilst dining you can admire the stunning views of the surrounding countryside through the large picture window.
After a long day enjoying the variety of activities in the area, you can relax by the cosy woodburning stove, watching television or playing games.
French doors from the living room open out on to a small balcony which has steps leading to a large patio.
Here, you can plan your day with a refreshing drink or simply appreciate the views of the loch and surrounding mountains.
The cottage is completed by four well-presented bedrooms and two family bathrooms.
The village of Glencoe is the perfect base for exploring the surrounding area of Lochaber, known as the Outdoor Capital of the UK.
Climbing, cycling, touring, golfing and watersports are all close by giving you plenty of activities to enjoy during your stay.
It is also popular centre for hillwalking and trekking due to its close proximity some spectacular Munros and to Britain's highest mountain, Ben Nevis.
The towns of Fort William and Oban are nearby and from Oban you could visit many of the attractive west coast islands, including Mull.
A wonderful cottage, Tigh Ban, or White House, can be enjoyed at any time of the year.
All ground floor. Four bedrooms: 2 x king-size doubles, 1 x twin, 1 x twin (zip/link, can be super-king size double on request). Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Shower room with shower, basin and WC. Kitchen with breakfast bar and dining area. Living room with woodburning stove. Utility room.
About the location
Fort William 16 miles. Kinlochleven 7 miles.
The peaceful village of Glencoe sits at the western end of Loch Leven and boasts a scattering of houses as well as a small museum, shop and an Inn offering excellent food and refreshments. A popular centre for hill-walkers, climbers and holidaymakers alike, the surrounding area hosts a variety of activities, including many great walking opportunities and an abundance of wildlife not to be missed! Take a trip to the National Trust Visitor Centre to discover the story of the infamous Glencoe Massacre. Travel north across the Ballachulish Bridge towards Fort William and you will pass the Corran Ferry over to the unspoilt Ardnamurchan Peninsula. In Fort William you could take a gondola trip at Nevis Range or drive westwards to the Isles and visit Glenfinnan, where Bonnie Prince Charlie raised his standard to rally the clans. You will also find the Glenfinnan viaduct, memorably captured in the Harry Potter films. Alternatively you could follow the coastal route south towards Oban along the shores of Loch Linnhe to Kinlochlaich Gardens, Barcaldine Castle or the Scottish Sea Life Sanctuary, where rescued seals are nursed back to health before being returned to the wild. A fantastic location for all the family!