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Donalds Peak View
Appin, The Highlands
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This enchanting lodge is nestled in a peaceful position within a small family-run holiday park, surrounded by breathtaking views of Glen Duror. Its remote location and rural, rugged landscapes make this property an ideal stay for a group of four keen hikers and an intriguing base for your adventures in the Scottish Highlands.
Enter this stylish lodge and find yourselves in the open-plan lounge/kitchen/diner, where neutral tones and elegant creams offer a calm and tranquil space from which to relax. Soft furnishings, heavy curtains and cosy seating provide a homely atmosphere and a chance to catch up with your loved ones while watching a film.
Head through to the well-equipped kitchen space and make yourselves a cup of tea to enjoy with a few dunked shortbread biscuits. On the other hand, the head chef of the group may like to begin the preparations for a homemade meal to eat around the table, where you will be joined by splendid countryside views as you dine.
While away your evenings listening to music on the Bluetooth speaker or stealing a few private moments with your book in your blissful backdrop. The home has a handy utility with a washing machine/dryer for running through waterproof coats and storing muddy boots, while down the hall, a family bathroom is perfect for rinsing off the day. Sleep peacefully in one of two bedrooms; a delightful king-size with an en-suite or a pretty twin room. Both rooms come with Smart TVs for those slower mornings.
Light the BBQ outside and enjoy the vistas over the mountainside as it heats up. The raised decking has comfy chairs from which to relax with a thimble of whisky and watch the sunset over the peaks. There is parking here for two cars.
Hikers will be in their element with the sheer amount of magnificent ranges from which to scale. Duror is set within the heart of The Highlands and is close to the ranges of Glencoe (9 miles) and Ben Nevis (20.5 miles), Britain's highest mountain. It goes without saying the scenery here is unparalleled.
Cuil Bay is 2 miles away for water sports and offers a sand and shingle beach for kayaking, paddleboarding and swimming. This popular wildlife-watching spot is very peaceful and allows visitors to admire the islands of Balnagowan, Shuna and Lismore. Fort William is 19 miles from the accommodation and is known as the Outdoor Capital of the UK for its majestic glens, fresh mountainous air and serene landscapes.
Other local landmarks include Castle Stalker (8 miles) and the seaside town of Oban (24 miles). Stop here for lashings of Dundee cake and drams of whisky.
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