“Yes it was great thank you”
“Heating ,hot water/showers require an update .”
Sofas and chair have seen better days (holes and patches) Door seal of washing machine dirty, light in oven not working . Heated towel rail not working and a few other small details that require some attention.
Thank you for providing us with feedback on your stay. I'm so sorry that there were parts of your stay that were not satisfactory. We will use this to have a look at the items you have highlighted. Sykes owner relations
“The most amazing location.”
Our 3 generations all found something to interest them and despite the weather that you can’t control it was perfect. Clearwater house is a lovely location for a break away from it all.
“Clearwater House is a wonderfully equipped accommodation and the setting is outstanding.”
The accommodation exceeded our expectations and our every need was catered for. The house itself was wonderfully kept and the rooms were large and spacious and all had stunning views over the Loch and the surrounding hills. The kitchen has plenty of equipment and the living room and dining area were once again spacious
“Really cosy cottage for getting away from it all”
Clearwater House is a cosy cottage at the bottom of a lane with amazing views across the sea loch. Just the place for getting away from crowds and having a cosy break. The cottage is well appointed including an open fire.
“Location, Location, Location!”
! The spectacular Scottish scenery is what you're paying for with this cottage. You would pay the same for a 6 sleeper tent in this location. The views from the bedrooms are just stunning, waking up every morning with that view across Loch Ailort is worth every penny! If you have an interest in astronomy or just an amateur stargazer, it's worth noting that there is ZERO light pollution in the area. The night sky is awesome!! However, while there is functioning WiFi, it's not great. Any more than 2 devices at a time, and it struggles. A family or group of friends with multiple devices would find connection frustrating. And the mobile networks struggle too. Unless that's the point of the holiday, complete getaway from the rat race!
- Off road parking
- Open fire
- Garden / Patio
- Cot available
- Highchair available
- Washing machine
- Games Room
- Broadband / WiFi
Glenuig 3 miles.
This very special detached cottage is situated in the small community of Roshven, in the grounds of a former estate, and close to the village of Glenuig in the West Highlands.
With wonderful uninterrupted views of the sea and the rugged hills of Ardnish Peninsula beyond, this cottage makes a superb holiday home for families and friends who want to enjoy this stunning part of the country together.
The cottage has direct access down to a lovely beach and the crystal clear water of the sea loch which seals and otters frequent.
There is another sandy beach a few minutes' walk along the shore.
This is a great location for all ages!
The cottage is situated at the end of a track and has a large garden with front lawn, woods and a stream to the side.
The entrance hall doubles up as a boot room, a really handy place to leave outdoor clothes.
The fitted kitchen is well equipped and leads through to the impressively spacious open plan dining room with a sitting area, and with windows providing uninterrupted views to the sea and beyond.
The upper floor has three comfortable bedrooms, all with stunning sea views, one benefitting from en-suite facilities, and a family-size bathroom.
From the dining room, French doors lead out onto a large balcony area and this is a special place for a morning coffee or a quiet read.
There are great opportunities to see the local wildlife, including pine martins, red deer, wildcats and many species of birds.
There are fantastic walking opportunities from the front door all around the extensive grounds of the former estate, including on the small hills, from where amazing views can be seen.
The cottage also has direct access to the rugged hills of Moidart with three Corbett Hills in easy reach, including Roshven Hill rising 882 metres almost straight up from the sea.
From this charming holiday home, there’s direct access to a number of lovely sandy and pebbly beaches with views of the small isles.
As well as coastal walks, there’s also countless other walking opportunities in the immediate area, both strenuous and easy, and you will find lots of information about walks in the area in the cottage.
Close by are the villages of Glenuig and Lochailort, both with their own Inns providing good food made from local produce and friendly bars should you decide on dining out in the evenings.
The area has much to offer visitors, so why not follow the famous road to the Isles all the way to Mallaig on the west coast where you can cross over the sea to Skye?
From nearby Arisaig or from Mallaig there are also day trips to some of the smaller isles such as Eigg, Rum or Muck.
Alternatively, visit nearby Glenfinnan with its magnificent monument and history.
For the more active, the area has some excellent walking opportunities and the nearby Glenuig Inn provides sea-kayaking guided trips.
So much to see and do, a great location and a great holiday cottage!
Three bedrooms: 1 x king size double with en-suite bath, shower over, basin and WC, 1 x double, 1 x twin. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Ground floor basin and WC. Kitchen. Dining room with sitting area, open fire and balcony.
- Electric night storage heaters with open fire
- Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, dishwasher, TV with FreeSat, DVD, radio, iPod dock, WiFi, selection of books, games and DVDs
- Fuel, power and starter pack for open fire inc. in rent
- Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
- Travel cot and highchair on request
- Off road parking for 3 cars
- Front garden with decking, furniture and stream
- Sorry, no pets and no smoking
- Shop and pub 3 miles
- Coast and beach 3 mins walk
- Note: Mobile phone reception can be limited
- Note: There is a small unfenced burn running through the side garden, children to be supervised
- Note: This property has a private water supply
- Note: Check-in 4pm
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About the location
Lochailort 8 miles; Acharacle 11 miles.
Glenuig village looks west across the Sound of Arisaig towards the small Isles of Eigg, Muck, Rum and Canna.
The Sound of Arisaig is a Marine Conservation Area, home to maerl (a type of seaweed only found in unpolluted waters) and other fascinating flora and fauna.
A tiny community of just over thirty folk, Glenuig is located in the Parish of Moidart in remote West Lochaber - including the neighbouring settlements of Samalaman and Alt Ruadh, Glenuig contains 21 houses in permanent occupation plus four holiday homes.
Perfect to escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life..
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