|Minimum Stay||3 - 7 nights|
This cottage offers a lounge with log burning stove, which leads into a large conservatory with views as far down as Mull to the right and to the left outstanding views of glencoe. Kitchen with all appliances gas hob, large electric oven, microwave, plus dishwasher. The cottage has a convenient down stairs toilet and shower room. First floor there are 3 large bedrooms 2 double and one twin, The master double bedroom has an en-suite. A second bathroom is also on this level. Gas central heating and plenty of parking, outside furniture.
We travelled from Manila, Philippines for Christmas in Scottish highlands and chose this property to stay. Our experience was great since booking this property and the home is an absolute delight. Books and family games at home pleasantly surprised us and became a good part of our stay. The location was central to all highland's attractions so we could travel everywhere and enjoy the stay. Hosts were kind enough to check our welfare and advise us on some important do's and dont's during a storm warning. All in all a very satisfying stay.
Ardrhu is an immaculately presented and thoughtfully equipped cottage right on Loch Linnhe. Although only a short drive away from the facilities and activities of Fort William, it is in a peaceful enclave with no passing traffic and uninterrupted views of the loch. The many fabulous walks of the Glen Coe and Ben Nevis area, as well as the less visited places such as the Ardnamurchan Peninsula are all within easy reach. The cottage is spacious and could accommodate six people very comfortably. To cap it off though, the conservatory is a fantastic place to eat or just sit and admire the view.
Absolutely gorgeous location right on the shore of loch linnhe. Our party of 4 plus our cockapoo have enjoyed a brilliant week here. The house is perfect - has everything you could need and more. It is also a perfect base for exploring this beautiful region of Scotland. We were blessed to have great weather most of the week and so saw Scotland at its best but the days we had wind and rain were fine for us too because the house is so spacious, cosy and comfortable.
We would thoroughly recommend this property for a holiday exploring the beauties of the Scottish highlands.
We have just stayed in Joanne and Adrian’s fantastic cottage in a stunning location on the shores of Loch Linnhe. This cottage was very comfortable, well equipped and spacious with 3 large bedrooms and 3 bathrooms as well. The kitchen is well equipped. Bedrooms are comfortable. The loch is just at the bottom of the large fenced in garden which has patio furniture for you to sit and enjoy the views outdoors. The large spacious conservatory was the best room by far (all the rooms have good views) in the house to enjoy the spectacular views and ever changing weather conditions (better than watching boring TV). Glen Coe and the Isle of Mull can be seen from here. There are plenty of things to see and do: Short drive to Glen Coe, Glen Nevis, Fort William, Neptunes steps and Glenfinnan Viaduct as seen in the Harry Potter movies .There is picturesque walk from the cottage to Inchree waterfalls. Enjoyed it so much that we didn’t want to leave and are already planning our next visit next year
Perfect cottage, everything we could have wished for. Huge enclosed garden for the dogs & the views were amazing. Just wish we had booked for longer.
Wonderful cottage, stunning views and so very peaceful - just what we wanted! So much to explore within a short drive, Steall Falls, a Gondola ride, a loch cruise and Glenfinnan Viaduct, timed perfectly to see the Harry Potter train.
It was lovely to return to such a well equipped cottage (plenty of everything in the Kitchen and all very clean) and comfy beds with quality bedding.
When at 'home' we lived in the conservatory enjoying the changing views throughout the day.
Thanks Joanne for your warm welcome and for providing a cottage to be proud of.
Glencoe being 7 miles south and Fort William 8 miles north, where the highest mountain in the UK can be found, Ben Nevis, there are plenty of things to do. Visit a battle ground from the clan age, ride a steam train through some beautiful scenery to Mallaig, which travels over the famous viaduct from the Harry porter movies. Or take a walk to one of the many waterfalls in the area. Visit the ski resorts for down hill bike riding or winter ski sports. Sample our exceptional sea food, collected daily for the loch's. You can take a ferry to visit the small islands to view all the wildlife there is to offer.
• A non-returnable deposit of £100 per week is required at the time of booking, the balance being due 8 weeks prior to your arrival date.
• In the event of cancellation all monies will be forfeited, therefore we recommend that cancellation insurance be arranged.
• The properties are let from 4 p.m. on the day of arrival and must be vacated by 10 a.m. on the day of departure.
Pets are not allowed upstairs or on the furniture.