Views towards this beautiful detached cottage
Enjoy the magnificent sea and island views from every room
Lovely spacious king-size bedroom with seating area
king-size bedroom
Twin bedroom with nautical theme
Stunning views from every bedroom
Lounge with log burner and sea views
Cosy kitchen with log burner
A great place to gather and catch up
Bright modern bathroom
Views across to the lighthouse from the house
Beutiful views from Toberonochy
Quiet beaches to explore
Luing Island cattle cooling off in the bay
Ispirational Luing
Breathtaking scenery
Explore the island by bike or foot
Originally slate quarry community
Views from the Atlantic Islands Centre
Wonderful views from the property over the little harbour
Magnificent sunsets
Wildlife paradise
1 / 22  Views towards this beautiful detached cottage
2 / 22  Enjoy the magnificent sea and island views from every room
3 / 22  Lovely spacious king-size bedroom with seating area
4 / 22  king-size bedroom
5 / 22  Twin bedroom with nautical theme
6 / 22  Stunning views from every bedroom
7 / 22  Lounge with log burner and sea views
8 / 22  Cosy kitchen with log burner
9 / 22  A great place to gather and catch up
10 / 22  Bright modern bathroom
11 / 22  Views across to the lighthouse from the house
12 / 22  Beutiful views from Toberonochy
13 / 22  Quiet beaches to explore
14 / 22  Luing Island cattle cooling off in the bay
15 / 22  Ispirational Luing
16 / 22  Breathtaking scenery
17 / 22  Explore the island by bike or foot
18 / 22  Originally slate quarry community
19 / 22  Views from the Atlantic Islands Centre
20 / 22  Wonderful views from the property over the little harbour
21 / 22  Magnificent sunsets
22 / 22  Wildlife paradise


Isle of Luing, Argyll and Bute
Sleeps 6
Bedrooms 3
Bathrooms 1
Change Sat
Dogs welcome 1
4 star
Waterside views
Enclosed garden / patio
Open fire / woodburner
Internet access
Pub nearby
Shop nearby
Beach within easy reach
Fishing onsite / nearby
Family friendly
Towels included
Travel cot available
Highchair available
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At a glance

  • Detached traditional period cottage located on the wonderful Isle of Luing
  • Reached by a short hop on the regular ferry from North Cuan on the neighbouring Isle of Seil
  • Enjoy the magnificent sea and island views including Mull directly from the property
  • Two wood burners perfect for cosy nights in after a day out exploring the Island
  • Enjoy a sealife safari and pass through the Gulf of Corryvreckan the world’s third largest whirlpool
  • Located close to Oban and ferry trips to the islands of Mull, Staffa, Iona and the Treshnish Isles
Property code: 55389

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.

  • 3 bedrooms – 2 king-size and 1 twin
  • 1 bathroom and 1 separate WC
  • 2 wood burners (first basket of logs included)
  • Electric oven and hob, dishwasher, washing machine, microwave and fridge/freezer
  • Electric and central heating included
  • Bed linen and towels included
  • Ample off-road parking
  • Wi-Fi included
  • 1 dog welcome
  • Beach, restaurant/pub and shop within walking distance
  • TV/DVD in lounge

The house is located in the main 'centre' of the island, Cullipool. As well as the local shop, you will also find the Atlantic Islands Centre, which serves as a hub for the island with a heritage/arts centre and a café/restaurant (0.5 miles). Cullipool is the only place to find public toilets on the island.

Luing is predominantly low-lying, with a maximum height of 300ft, so it is the ideal place for leisurely walking and cycling, and on a clear night, the sunsets are unforgettable against the backdrop of the neighbouring islands.

The Cuan Ferry, which leaves the terminal 2.5 miles north of the property, takes passengers to the mainland. From here, you can travel 19 miles north to the seafood capital of Scotland, Oban. This seaside town has a stunning coastline and is surrounded by beautiful countryside. The town centre is compact with museums, galleries and eateries to explore.

From Oban, you can take a number of boat trips to the surrounding islands, including one where you can see three in a day. If you have good sea legs, you could also take a Seafari from Easdale (7 miles) to the Gulf of Corryvreckan where you'll find the world's third largest whirlpool.

This property is personally managed by Lucy.


From guests that have stayed at the property.

Based on 7 guest ratings

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Reviewed by Gayle 6th October 2019

Amazing views from the cottage and great walks from the doorstep. Absolutely loved this island setting.

Reviewed by Brian 7th September 2019

This was super accommodation providing everything needed for a great holiday.

Reviewed by Emily 17th August 2019

Very clean and comfortable.Very comfy bed. Great views. Lovely quiet island.

Reviewed by Sarah Anne 8th June 2019

FABULOUS location, house, wildlife, war of life. Would LOVE to go back.. !SELECTED!such a shame we are unable to book for next year as the property has been withdrawn from holiday cottages website for 2020.!ENDOFSELECTED!

Reviewed by Grace 6th April 2019

This cottage is beautiful with amazing views. The kitchen is well equipped and there is a big fridge-freezer to do a mainland shop and stock up for a week. Great rock pooling and fun beaches right on the doorstep so with children you don't have to go far. Cycling is great because the island isn't very hilly. Travel cot has additional mattress whichRead more makes a huge difference to baby comfort. Lovely garden with bench for al fresco dining. It is an idyllic place. Hide

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Views towards this beautiful detached cottage
Enjoy the magnificent sea and island views from every room
Lovely spacious king-size bedroom with seating area
king-size bedroom
Twin bedroom with nautical theme
Stunning views from every bedroom
Lounge with log burner and sea views
Cosy kitchen with log burner
A great place to gather and catch up
Bright modern bathroom
Views across to the lighthouse from the house
Show 10 moreBeutiful views from Toberonochy


Note: As the postcode is used to identify the general area of the property, it may not always reflect its precise location, therefore please only use this map as a guide.

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