Charming detached property located on the beautiful unspoilt Isle of Luing. The cottage benefits from magnificent sea views and has two wood burners one in the lounge and kitchen perfect for cosy nights in.
This stunning detached house on the tranquil Isle of Luing sits proudly overlooking the water with far-reaching views of the surrounding islands including Mull. It’s the perfect place for friends and families to spend quality time together in beautiful surroundings. The Isle of Luing is accessed via the Cuan Ferry which runs frequently throughout the day. At only 6 miles long and 1.5 miles wide, the slate island in the Firth of Lorn is ideal for exploring on foot or by bike. With a population of only 200 and few visitors, its unspoilt natural beauty and tranquillity are what makes this island so special. It also has an abundance of rare and interesting wildlife to watch and photograph, such as otters, seals, porpoises and dolphins in the water and a variety of birds of prey in the sky. The house is located within half a mile of the local shop/post office.
On entering this delightful property, you will notice how spacious it is. Neutral colours contrast with the warm wooden tones throughout, whilst the odd splash of blue reminds you of the waterside location.
As you enter, the large lounge is on your left with comfy sofas in front of a wood burner and views out to the front and across the harbour. Across the hall, you’ll find the bright, modern kitchen and dining area, which also has a wood burner. Completing the ground floor is the lovely, fresh family bathroom.
Upstairs, there are two well-appointed king-size bedrooms, both with a seating area so you can enjoy a quiet moment, if needed. There’s also a cosy twin room and a separate WC. All the bedrooms have wonderful sea views.
Outside, there is an enclosed garden with seating for a spot of al fresco dining while you enjoy the coastal panoramas. There is plenty of off-road parking.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.