Mallaig 3 miles.
A spacious bright, detached cottage situated next door to the owner's home in the pretty Highland village of Morar, just three miles from the busy fishing village of Mallaig, on the stunning west coast of Scotland.
Just a stone’s throw from the loch and surrounded by mountains, this welcoming, single-storey Morar cottage is ideal for a family or group of friends who wish to enjoy the Highlands of Scotland and spend time together in the great outdoors.
There are two bedrooms in this cottage in Morar and a sociable and comfortable open plan living area with a well-equipped kitchen, which has French doors that lead out onto a private patio area.
From the rear of this Highland cottage there are lovely mountain views and just a two minute walk away are the banks of Loch Morar, which claims to have its very own monster called Morag!
Morar is famous for its beautiful white sandy beach, an idyllic place for a quiet picnic and paddle.
The village of Morar has its own hotel and just three miles away is the village of Mallaig, which provides easy access across the sea to the wonderful Isle of Skye.
The area is rich in pretty walks and wildlife, but if it’s history you seek then travel the famous Road to the Isles to Glenfinnan, where a great monument commemorates Bonnie Prince Charlie's last uprising, an iconic statue and a romantic tale.
A superb area and an excellent holiday in this Morar cottage awaits.
Note: This property can be booked with Ref. 911755, together they sleep 9.
All ground floor. Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x twin. Shower room with shower, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area.
About the location
Fort William 43 miles.
The famous 'Road to the Isles' finishes in Mallaig, a bustling and thriving fishing village, popular with visitors who wish to soak up the atmosphere of a working fishing port, whilst enjoying the full range of shops and restaurants that it has to offer. Mallaig is a great gateway to the Isle of Skye with a ferry running across the Minch throughout the year. Mallaig is also the last stop for the famous Jacobite steam train, as featured in the Harry Potter movies, which follows the road to the Isles from Fort William to Mallaig and back again, a stunning journey passing through some of the best scenery in Scotland.