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Self catering accommodation in Scotland
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Hidden away amidst fields this is a gem of a Georgian farmhouse overlooking fields and the Perthshire farmland. The wonderful rural location gives you the best of both worlds with the peace and tranquillity of the country yet a mere few miles to a town and a perfect jumping off point to explore Scotland.
Collalis - Gartocharn | A1036Glasgow And The Clyde Valley, Loch Lomond Stirling And The Trossachs, Central Scotland
Set in a very peaceful rural location just three miles from the shores of Loch Lomond on the edge of the Trossachs National Park, Collalis is a great holiday destination and a perfect base from which to explore this stunning part of Scotland with its many activities and attractions.
The Steading - Corrour Estate, by Fort William | N912Fort William And Glencoe, Fort William And Lochaber, Central Highlands
Over 1500 feet above sea level and reached by 9 miles of unsurfaced road, this is an extraordinary place in the truest sense of the word. The Steading sits quietly beside the only other building nearby - Strathossian Cottage (ideal for two parties) in a secluded spot on the Corrour estate. The views are outstanding across mountain, moorland and loch and the only sound are the birds or the breeze in the pines. Deer are regular visitors and can be seen grazing outside the front door.
Corrie Odhar - Corrour Estate, by Fort William | N917Fort William And Glencoe, Fort William And Lochaber, Central Highlands
A modern cottage that fits seamlessly into its surroundings, this is a larger holiday property with beautiful views over Loch Ossian. The spacious open plan public areas bring modern benefits and feel to the house along with a light and airy feel and a chance to enjoy the magnificent views.
Strathossian - Corrour Estate, by Fort William | N913Fort William And Glencoe, Fort William And Lochaber, Central Highlands
Available with the Steading or on its own, Strathossian is in a beautiful spot looking across Loch Ghuilbinn. Amongst the most peaceful of locations it is a charming and well presented cottage with surprisingly spacious rooms for a small traditional building. You will be inspired by the views here – simply breathtaking and by the silence that surrounds you - ideal for refreshing the soul or absorbing Scotland’s magnificent landscapes.
Sgor Choinnich - Corrour Estate, by Fort William | N915Fort William And Glencoe, Fort William And Lochaber, Central Highlands
A semi detached traditional cottage beautifully refurbished with the original tongue and groove clad walls painted in soft colours making this a perfect mix of old and new. Wonderful to return to after a day in the wild landscapes of Corrour.
Sgor Ghaibre - Corrour Estate, by Fort William | N914Fort William And Glencoe, Fort William And Lochaber, Central Highlands
Set within the “village” of this working estate this is a charming, atmospheric traditional estate building. Think of original tongue and groove clad walls, pitch pine features, wood burning stove and you will begin to feel the appeal. It is semi detached from Sgor Choinnich and the two houses together are perfect for larger groups.
Cook's Home - Corrour Estate, by Fort William | N911Fort William And Glencoe, Fort William And Lochaber, Central Highlands
Corrour estate sits 11 miles up an un-surfaced track – a genuine ‘get away from it all’ location amidst some of the most spectacular scenery Scotland can offer. High up here you may see all kinds of wildlife from eagles to deer. There are miles of space to breathe and walk and you can arrange fishing through the estate as well as other activities should you wish.
The Chapel - Corrour Estate, by Fort William | N916Fort William And Glencoe, Fort William And Lochaber, Central Highlands
A deliciously quirky holiday house, originally a chapel to the old lodge as the name suggests. Set amidst the wild garden on the banks of Loch Ossian the Chapel is a delight with copper baths, newspaper lined walls, hand built beds and a woodburner it really meets its design brief to create a 1950’s Ski chalet.