4.6★ Very good Sykes rating Icon/Rating/Sykes Icon/Rating/Sykes Icon/Rating/Sykes Sleeps 4 Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms 1 Pets No Show on map Features Off road parking Open fire Garden / Patio Cot available Highchair available Washing machine Seaside Broadband / WiFi Reviews & Ratings Accuracy of the listing Cleanliness Comfort Facilities 9 Customer Reviews "Absolutely beautiful part of Scotland and I am definitely returning." Graham was brilliant in keeping in touch and the place was warm with the most spectacular views of Morar bay …. Sax to come home really and already planned another trip as I have fallen in love with the area and the people! Thank you. Two years waiting to visit and I kid you not it was amazing. Get it booked. You won’t regret it. Thank you Tracie, I'm so pleased that you had a great time and I look forward to your return in the future. Thanks again for booking Taigh Na Talia. Property Owner Reviewed by TracieApr 2022 "This was our first time using Sykes cottages to book accommodation and every went smoothly." The cottage itself was lovely ,in a great location with a wonderful view out to sea. The cottage was spotlessly clean and had every thing you would need for a holiday break.There was lots of information on the local area in the house and communications from the owner were very friendly and helpful. AS an added bonus we had the use of the garage and we used that to store our bikes.The owner (Graham) was very helpful when we left behind a couple of cycle helmets as he arranged to return them to us. We would hope to be able to book this property again in the future as we loved the time we had in the cottage in spite of the wet weather.Thank you. Reviewed by DonaldSep 2021 "We had a lovely stay in this cottage." The views to Rhum & Eigg from the cottage were wonderful. The owners had provided lots of helpful information. We would definitely visit again if in that area. PS one of the patio wooden chairs was broken on our arrival & would require to be replaced Reviewed by JudithAug 2021 "Cottage was lovely." Superb views. Steep steps tho so not good for anyone with disabilities Reviewed by LindaJun 2021 "Everything was utterly perfect for our holiday in Morar." The house was lovely with spectacular views, really comfortable and toasty warm. Was heaven to come back to it after a long day out exploring this beautiful region. Hopefully we'll return to it ourselves one day and I'll certainly recommend it to friends and family. Reviewed by AlisonMay 2021 "Beautiful cottage, very well presented and stunning location." The view from the living room is a huge selling point and we enjoyed the steam train going past. The rooms in the cottage are really generous sizes, neat and clean. Owner's information was very helpful. Would happily book again. Reviewed by LisaSep 2020 "The bungalow is very nice , with great views (when available !" ) ....unfortunately , our stay co-incided with "STORM ?????? " and there really isn't a great deal to do in this area if the weather is as bad . ps we are LAKE DISTRICT veterans , so used to iffy conditions . None of that was the bungalows fault , however , and we really couldn't fault that . Reviewed by BarryAug 2020 "The owner was very welcoming and made it that little bit more special." Reviewed by AlanJul 2020 "Lovely cosy cottage with great views which was a perfect base for exploring the area." Very close to great coastal walks, the local beaches and Loch Morar. The cottage was spotlessly clean throughout, bed was very comfortable and the kitchen was very well appointed with everything you could possibly need. Would definitely return again in the future. Reviewed by DimitriDec 2019 Show more Summary All single floor with winding steps up to cottage Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x twin Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC Open-plan living room with kitchen, dining area and sitting area. Open fire Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, washing machine WIFI, TV with Freesat and DVD player Selection of DVDs, books and games Highchair and travel cot (please provide your own bedding for the travel cot) Power inc. in rent Bed linen and towels inc. in rent Off-road parking for 2 cars Single garage which can fit one car or act as lockable storage for bikes/kayaks Sloped garden with graveled area Sorry, no pets and no smoking Shop 2.5 miles, pub 0.1 miles Note: Several steps up to property, may be unsuitable for those with limited mobility, however steps are flat & secure with a support rail all the way Note: Steep slopes in garden, care to be taken Note: Railway line is just beyond the garden threshold - please do not attempt to cross the wire fencing as there is uneven ground and wildlife in dense vegetation Note: Mobile phone signal may vary based on supplier The property Based in Morar, near the quaint fishing port of Mallaig in the Scottish Highlands is this secluded retreat, Taigh Na Talia. Enjoying an elevated position with stunning views over the Isles of Rùm and Eigg, this single storey cottage is perfect for families or couples looking for a peaceful getaway, with the breathtaking landscapes of the Scottish Highlands at your doorstep. Step into the spacious hallway where you can leave your coats and boots before heading further inside. On your left sits a welcoming open-plan living room with the alluring open fire to greet you, as well as a flat-screen TV and two sofas to relax upon. The kitchen is appointed with all you could need for a week-long break, and a table setup for four is pleasant for mealtimes. The first bedroom includes a double bed with tidy furnishings and a stunning view to wake up to, whilst the second features a twin arrangement which is ideal for children. Situated just a few hundred yards from the cottage is the West Highland Railway Line, famously seen in the Harry Potter movies. The absolutely breathtaking white sandy beaches of Morar are out of this world, and are a mere 1.5 miles away from Taigh Na Talia, so you can pack a picnic (or kayak) for views of crystal clear water competing with the Caribbean. Camusdarach Beach is also close by, just 3 miles away, where you can enjoy the stunning sights of the Silver Sands of Morar as part of your visit. Just a short walk away, in the village of Morar, is the Morar Hotel which serves food and boasts stunning views from the terrace. Just North of Morar, Mallaig is a fascinating place where visitors can soak up the atmosphere of a working fishing port but at the same time enjoy its remote location, and also hop on a ferry to Armadale and the Isles of Rùm, Eigg, Skye. The village of Arisaig is less than 6 miles away, where activities such as kayaking, archery and wildlife boat trips can be found. Outdoor lovers will enjoy exploring the idyllic coastline, lakes and walking country which surrounds the property. For that well-deserved break away from hectic everyday life, treat yourself to a stay at Taigh Na Talia. View on map About the location MALLAIG 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.