The Cuilcheanna Cottages
near Fort William
37 miles north of Oban, are three modern bungalows standing detached on their own grassy hillside 300 yards from a shingle beach on the shores of Loch Linnhe, and a short walk from the centre of the village of Onich (shops/hotels), 10m south of Fort William on Scotland's famed West Coast.
Built and equipped to the highest standard, with double-glazing, central heating, and verandahs and windows facing out over Loch Linnhe to the Island of Mull and the Morvern Peninsula to the west, and the mountains above Glencoe to the south, they make an ideal base for those wanting simply to relax; or equally, for those who want to see as much as they can of this area's stupendous scenery (Braveheart and Rob Roy were filmed here) - whether by road, on foot, from the steam train of the famous West Highland Railway which traces the 'Road to the Isles' from Fort William to Mallaig, or from the 2,150ft - high chair-lift (skiing in winter) in the Ben Nevis range.
All visitors would enjoy too the Ardnamurchan Peninsula, mainland Scotland's most westerly point and lighthouse, reached via the Corran (car) Ferry.
Heating is by electricity. Bed-linen is included, and towels can be hired.
One well behaved dog is welcome by arrangement. There is a laundry on site for tenants' use. No smoking.
Accommodation (sleeping 4):
- Sitting room/Dining/Kitchen with electric fire, TV/video/DVD, cooker, fridge, and microwave oven.
- Bathroom with bath, shower attachment, WC and basin.
- Double Bedroom.
- Twin Bedroom.