Nestled in a remote location on the Morvern Peninsula, with beautiful countryside views and access to the Isle of Mull on the car-ferry, is number 5 Larachbeg.
This semi-detached, 100-year-old workers cottage, set within a row of four, offers a traditional, homely interior, ideal for families and friends.
The lounge is warmed by a woodburning stove, set against a stone surround, and there is cosy seating uplifted by the natural light streaming in through the window.
There is a dining area in the kitchen, ready for you to enjoy some home cooked meals, and though it is simple in design, it is well-equipped with integrated fixtures.
The ground floor is complete with a bathroom in an all-white finish, occupying a bath and an electric shower.
Upstairs are the three bedrooms; two doubles, followed by a twin, which share a shower room.
The large walk-in shower cubicle wakes you up each morning before you step out to explore the wider region of the Highlands.
To the outside, you have use of a patio with garden furniture and a shed for storage.
Just a couple of miles along the River Aline will bring you to the village of Lochaline, which overlooks the spectacular Sound of Mull.
There is a shop, snack bar, seafood restaurant and for those feeling energetic, a thriving dive centre.
Take the ferry over to the Isle of Mull and explore a wealth of flora and fauna, sandy beaches, walking, cycling and fishing.
You may be lucky enough to catch glimpses of whales and dolphins, or even the elusive Eurasian Otter, as well as abundant seabirds that nest along the seaweed covered shorelines.
Fort William is further afield with the Nevis Range and many outdoor activities to enjoy.
A lovely cottage to choose for your next adventure to the Scottish Highlands.