A lovely chalet in the pretty, Highland community of Blaich, 14 miles from Corpach and 18 miles from Fort William, offering fabulous views over Loch Eil towards the surrounding mountains.
The elevated hillside location ensures the best possible views, and coupled with its completely private situation, it’s ideal for a small family, a couple or a group of friends who will enjoy spending time together in this beautiful location.
The immaculate holiday accommodation sits across the ground floor level, with two bedrooms including a neatly-sized twin, along with a king-size double that not only benefits from an en-suite, but also a walk-in wardrobe.
The well-equipped kitchen has a dining table and leads to the lovely sitting room with French doors opening to the large decking, where everyone will delight in late alfresco breakfasts on lazy days, or peaceful drinks at the close of a busy day.
It will be difficult to leave the comfort of this chalet, but there is so much to see and do close by.
The Nevis Range is a Popular Mountain resort boasting a variety of outdoor activities including high wire forest adventures, Mountain bike trails, Forest walks and Popular attraction for Skiing & snowboarding on Aonach Mhor resort during the winter months.
For a More relaxing day, Why not take the thrilling gondola trip up the hill and enjoy views of Fort William from the Mountain top restaurant.
Ben Nevis the mountain is a popular destination, attracting an estimated 100,000 ascents a year, around three-quarters of which use the Pony Track from Glen Nevis.
The 700-metre (2,300 ft) cliffs of the north face are among the highest in Scotland, providing classic scrambles and rock climbs of all difficulties for climbers and mountaineers.
They are also the principal locations in Scotland for ice climbing.
The summit, is the collapsed dome of an ancient volcano.
Choose the Ben Nevis Inn to relax after your climb on Ben Nevis, serving local produce in a warm, friendly and traditional environment.
Take a tour westwards and explore the splendor of the Ardnamurchan Peninsula with its golden beaches and gentle pace of life?
Catch the Corran Ferry to take a short drive south into the atmospheric valley of Glencoe, or visit nearby Fort William, the outdoor capital of the UK, which offers every available activity you could wish for.
Take an evening trip to the local hotels and pubs to savour a traditional dram or two, accompanied with vibrant highland music, or simply enjoy quiet walks in the immediate area to soak up the scenery.
This chalet ticks all the boxes to ensure a wonderful Highland holiday.