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Cottage | 4 bedrooms | sleeps 8
Tigh-na-Creagan is a modern cottage located on the Ardnamurchan Peninsula within extensive secluded private garden grounds. A stunning location offering luxury self catering and flexible accommodation for 8 persons in 4 double or twin rooms. Enjoy comfort and privacy in this spacious accommodation. 30 miles from Fort William, a great base for family and friends to visit Scotland's historic and characterful Highlands and also the stunning Hebridean Islands. A short walk will take you to the local Salen Hotel where you can enjoy local hospitality with restaurant and bar facilities. Families and dogs are welcome.
Oil fired heating, log fire with wood provided, sky package, broadband, wi-fi, laptop, outdoor bbq, teak garden furniture, 4 adult mountain bikes, and garage available for storage.
Bring your own boat/kayak. A private bay, jetty and pontoons are available for use by separate arrangement with our immediate neighbours - launching of man handled watercraft may be free. Ample space is available at the cottage for storing boats and kayaks during your stay. Fishing/day boats can be chartered nearby or you are welcome to fish direct from the garden or the nearby jetty (by arrangement).
Enjoy Scotland's rocky coastline or its beautiful silver sands all located within easy reach on the peninsula. A ferry trip will take you over to Tobermory on Mull - or further a field.
Salen Hotel is a short 5 minute walk from the cottage where you can enjoy bar/restaurant meals or refreshments. Children and dogs very welcome. Alternative eateries within 10 mile radius.
Licensed for small wedding ceremonies to take place inside or outside on the loch side facing garden deck.
|Size||Sleeps up to 8, 4 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||Dorlin 8 km|
|Access||Car advised, Wheelchair users|
|Nearest Amenities||5 km|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Inverness 173 km, Nearest railway: Fort William 48 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility|
|Notes||Some pets are welcome - please contact the owner, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Log fire, Internet access, DVD player, Sea view|
|General||Central heating, TV, CD player, Telephone, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Clothes dryer, Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms and 2 En suites|
|Furniture||Double beds (4), Cots (1), Dining seats for 8, Lounge seats for 8|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided, High chair|
|Outdoors||Balcony or terrace, Private garden, BBQ, Bicycles available|
|Access||Parking, Wheelchair users|
|Further details indoors|
Well maintained spacious and flexible accommodation: sun lounge, lounge, dining room, dining kitchen, utility, cloakroom, 1 x king size bedded room with en suite and additional kitchen/lounge, 1 x double bedroom, 1 x super king sized or twin bedded room with en suite, 1 x super king sized or twin bedded room. Main bathroom with large shower, fabulous large deck for outside entertainment.
|Further details outdoors|
Teak garden dining furniture seating 8 located on large decked area.
Brick built BBQ - enjoy your first bbq on us
Large characterful garden grounds - great for exploring. "Residents" include stoats, mink, sea eagles, pine martens
2 ponds located to the rear of the property. "Residents" include water voles, herons and frogs
Otters are known to visit the neighbourhood and deer can be heard on the hills
If brave enough, swimming can be enjoyed in the adjacent bay!
Ample parking within garden grounds
Welcome pack on arrival including home produce. Fully inclusive rate - no hidden extras.
Weekly bookings only - Saturday to Saturday. Arrival 4pm. Departure 10.00 am
10% discount for additional consecutive weeks booked.
Available Easter to October, Christmas and New Year.
The Ardnamurchan Peninsula region
A diversified landscape with rocky beaches, breathtaking white sands and spectacular mountainous regions. There is an abundance of wildlife on both land and water to attract your interest.
Lochaber has both European and Global Geopark status and many geological features of importance can be seen - ranging from a deeply eroded volcano on Rum in the west, to the amazing Parallel Roads of Glen Roy in the east.
There is much deep historical interest throughout the region from Bonnie Prince Charlie raising his standard at Glenfinnan, the Appin Murder to the Glencoe Massacre. Many castles can also be visited.
Fort William enjoys a relatively mind, temperate climate, one heavily influenced by the Gulf Stream and the Atlantic Ocean - not forgetting about the very local micro-climates created by the high mountainous terrain that provides Lochaber with this beautiful scenery.
Ardnamurchan Lighthouse is the most westerly point on the British Mainland and on a clear day you will benefit from having 360 degree panoramic view of the Scottish Highlands and Islands.
Fort William is the Outdoor Capital of the UK boasting diverse activities locally and nearby such as extreme mountain biking, ski-ing, snowboarding, hill walking, ice climbing, kayaking, golfing, quad biking, canyoning, cycling, fishing, stalking, clay pigeon shooting, horse riding, loch cruises, whale watching, steam train trips. There are local traditional Scottish Highland Games held during summer months which are a must to visit.
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22 Oct 2014
"Stunning in every way!"
This was our fourth year at Tigh Na Creagan and I have already booked for next year. Can't praise the accommodation, location and vendor enough! Everything thought of to make your stay as pleasur… More
30 Aug 2014
"tout simplement superbe"
Trés belle maison, full équipée, confortable avec une vue imprenable. les paysages environant était spendide.… More
30 Sep 2013
"Fantastic views & location, good quality accommodation, lots of thoughtful touches & a warm welcome"
Wonderful scenic location - the best view we've ever had in 30 years of self catering. Well arranged accommodation, good quality beds/furniture etc and probably the best equipped kitchen we'… More
6 Aug 2013
"A wonderful family celebration at Tigh Na Creagan"
Tigh Na Creagan was all we had hoped: well-equipped, well-cared for, and beautiful. The home, situated on Loch Sunart, offered impressive views at all times of the day. We were never lacking for thi… More
23 Jul 2013
"A little slice of tranquility tucked away in Salen Bay"
We travelled to Tigh Na Creagan with a large group of extended family, and it proved to be an excellent base for exploring the Ardnamurchan peninsula. We were looking for a cottage that was remote, yet accessible, and would provide enough space for a large group to spend a week comfortably, and we were not disappointed.
The house sits in its own extensive garden overlooking the jetty in Salen Bay, and has nice views of the bay and the hills surrounding Loch Sunart. Although the house is accessible by road, the grounds are large enough to make the property feel secluded and private.
The jetty provided us with a convenient starting point for a memorable boat trip to Tobermory where we observed porpoise, dolphins, seals an a whole host of birds. The road behind the house was quiet and facilitated early morning runs to Laga, as well as being a starting point for an excellent day trip hitch-hiking to Sanna, which hosts one of Europe's most remote and beautiful wild beaches.
Ardnamurchan is a beautiful part of the highlands, and Tigh Na Creagan is perfectly situated for exploring it. The house also provides the perfect environment to simply eat, relax and enjoy the views.
28 May 2013
"A Glorious Place!"
We holidayed here in Summer 2011 and it will forever be a most treasured and beloved place (5 adults and 3 children ages 4, 7 and 9)The most wonderful setting and the most stunning views.House lovely … More
Thanks so much for your review - it's very much appreciated! I sincerely hope that we can welcome you back in the future
21 Jul 2012
"An undiscovered gem in an amazing location"
We rented the cottage for two weeks during which various members of our family joined us for a few days at different times.....with three well-appointed bedrooms, two of which had en-suite facilities … More
23 Apr 2012
"A little piece of heaven"
Fantastic setting with a warm and friendly welcome from the owners.They had thought of everything right down to fresh flowers, fruit,and a lovely freshly made cake.The house was warm and has a real friendly feel about it.In our party there were 4 adults 3 teenagers and 2 eight year old girls oh and not forgetting the family dog Jazz.There was plenty of space for us all and loads for the kids and adults to do.
Within easy reach was Fort William (Morrisons supermarket) fantastic beaches,and breath taking views around every bend.Going back August 2012 and cannot wait.
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