About the property
- Half Baths0
- Minimum Stay0 - 7 nights
Sleeps 6 - Dogs Welcome - Sea Views
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- Response time:
- within one hour
- Calendar last updated:
- May 23, 2018
A perfect break
My friend and I loved our stay at the Saltings. The log construction makes for very warm and peaceful accommodation.
Equipment was good quality, good to use and pleasing to the eye (crockery etc) . Furniture comfortable and good looking.
We enjoyed the generous dimensions of the shower and the plentiful hot water. The beds are the most comfortable either of us have ever slept in. (double up and down) ,
The location is excellent - central but very peaceful. We enjoyed the garden, the birds and even the rain as it drummed on the roof. This was a perfect (though too short) break from work and stressful lives.
We might be nervous of recommending you to others in case you became too booked up for us to stay!
Review for Saltings
We had a lovely break, the location is beautiful. Beautiful beach close by great wildlife.Happy to recommend.
Summer family break in Kilchoan
We had a great week staying at the Saltings, in Kilchoan. Lodge is very well equipped with plenty of space for the family, and the large enclosed garden was a real bonus for the dog. It's only a short walk to the Kilchoan Hotel (for good pub grub) and to the local store (for any essentials you may have forgotten to bring). Really well located with Sanna beach and Ardnamurchan lighthouse each about 15 minutes drive away, and Mull is easily reached by the regular ferry. Be prepared for no Wi-Fi, and a patchy phone signal.
This is our second visit to West Ardnamurchan and we thoroughly enjoyed using the Saltings as a base to explore the local beaches and volcano. The accommodation was very cosy and had everything we needed including a nice lounge to relax after plenty of fresh of air during the day on the various beaches we visited. There was a good selection of DVD's but you can obviously take your own in case you want more selection. If you need any assistance the Steadings office is opposite but we didn't need it. The local supermarket/post office supplied anything we had forgotten to take and we stocked up on fresh meat and vegetables in Morrisons in Fort William. I would highly recommend doing the drive along the North Coast of Ardnamurchan Pensinsula (takes you passed the Harry Potter viaduct in Glenfinnan and some amazing scenery including dropping down into Loch Moidart) and then taking the Corran Ferry back (which takes you along the South Coast through Strontian and follows Loch Sunart). Both drives are truly spectacular and well worth annoying the kids to take lots of pictures! On this trip we saw a Stag, Sea Eagles and a Submarine! Never a dull moment in this wild and wonderful part of Scotland.
Rates & Availability
Additional information about rental rates
<br /> <br /> Dogs welcome, cost £20 per dog per week.<br /> Electricity Inclusive<br /> Optional Linen & Towel Hire - £10 single bed, £15 double bed, please order when booking.<br /> Alternatively bring your own linen & towels, all duvets and pillows are in the house.<br /><br /> <br /><br /> <br /><br /> <br /><br /> <br /><br /> <br /><br /> <br />