Airidh Bheag Cottage ref: CC511356

By Lochaline, Morvern, Fort William and Lochaber

Scottish Tourist Board 3 Star Self Catering



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  • Garden / Patio 
  • WiFi 
  • Washing Machine 
  • Pets – not allowed 
  • Coastal within 1 mile 
  • Coastal within 3 miles 
  • Coastal within 5 miles 
  • Grab Rails 
  • Waterside Breaks 


Airidh Bheag Cottage ("small sheiling") is a lovely semi detached holiday property which nestles by the banks of the Savary River on the Morvern peninsula in the West Highlands. This self catering accommodation provides a fantastic retreat for a couple, away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. The lounge has low windows which means you can relax and enjoy a lovely view down to the river and onto the bird feeders where an array of birds, and if you are lucky, even a cheeky pine Marten may come to visit! You can access the owner’s large garden and gain a splendid view over the fields to the Sound of Mull. Access to the seafront is only a 10 minute walk. The local village of Lochaline is two miles away and it provides all the essential amenities including a shop, post office, hotel with pub and an award winning restaurant - the Whitehouse. There is also a ferry which runs regularly over to the Isle of Mull. This is an ideal location to explore the surrounding areas of Morvern,

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Accommodation details

Ground floor

Property is all on ground floor level heated by electric storage heaters and comprises:
Lounge: With TV, DVD, freeview, view down to Savary River and onto bird table
Dining Room: Within lounge, folding wooden table and chairs
Kitchen: With electric cooker, microwave, fridge/freezer
Hall Cupboard: With washing machine
Bedroom 1: With double bed
Bathroom: With bath (with grab rail), spray head shower attachment from taps, WC, small wash basin.

First floor

Second floor

Third floor

Fourth floor


All power, bed linen and towels included. Selection of books and games. Wi-fi is available but speed is limited.


Private area at river side and shared use of larger garden area with pond and water features. Outdoor seating available. Access across fields to seafront approx 700 metres. Private water supply - filtered and certified. Off road parking for 1 car. Please note: There is a private water supply to the property. There is also a small water feature and a large pond within the grounds of the property.
Please note: There is an Access statement available for this property, if required please call 01228 599950
  • Nearest town
    Fort William
  • Shops
    2.5 Miles
  • Distance
    43 Miles + ferry crossing
  • Restaurant
    2.5 Miles
  • Nearest railway station
    Fort William
  • Pub
    2.5 Miles
  • Railway station distance
    43.0 miles
  • Lake
    700 Metres

About the local area

Ardnamurchan, Sunart and over on to the Isle of Mull. The countryside in these areas is diverse with rocky coastlines, fine beaches and majestic mountains, with fantastic areas of unspoilt wilderness. Many of the roads skirt the coastline providing close proximity to the sea, offering plenty of opportunities for coastal walks, kayaking, wildlife watching and sea angling. Locally there are many walks, from gentle strolls to mountain climbs. There are forest trails and the quiet single track roads make for ideal cycling. Horse riding, diving and clay pigeon shooting are all available from local providers. Kiel Church is worth a visit to see the collection of Celtic crosses in the Session House. Ardtornish Gardens has a wonderful selection of rhododendrons and azaleas which are wonderful to see in bloom in late spring. Over on Mull you can enjoy a day trip, or longer - perhaps visit Iona to the South of the island or Tobermory famous for its multi coloured buildings (better known as "Balamory" by younger members of the family!) in the NOrth. You can also take a guided tour around the island perhaps spotting a sea eagle or two. There are also wildlife boat trips where basking sharks and dolphins may be seen. The Point of Ardnamurchan is the home to the most westerly positioned lighthouse in the UK mainland, with wonderful dramatic seascapes. Nearby Sanna Bay, with its perfect white sand, is an ideal spot to watch stunning sunsets over the Inner Hebrides. The Glenmore Natural History Centre is a must visit, described as a "living building" with its turf roof, nesting birds and even home to an otter’s den! A great starting point to find out about the abundance of wildlife in this area. Driving north through Strontian to Acharacle you have yet more stunning coastline and views west to the Small Isle of Canna, Rhum, Eigg and Muck. You can either travel further west to Mallaig and take a ferry to Skye or alternatively, head east for Fort William, passing through Glenfinnan and perhaps even catch a glimpse of the steam train crossing the famous viaduct used in Harry Potter films. Morvern is a wonderful setting for a holiday, really allowing you to get away from the buzz of everyday life, and offers outdoor enthusiast’s really special countryside to explore.

Things to do nearby

Monument erected in tribute to the clansmen who fought for the Jacobite cause with Prince Charles Edward Stuart in 1745. Tel: 01397 722250

Nevis Range Mountain Gondola

An exhilarating trip in Britain's only mountain gondola which travels up to 650m on Aonach Mor, beside Ben Nevis.

The Glencoe Dalness Visitor Centre

Visitor centre with exhibitions on the local area, its people and wildlife. Find out all about Glencoe's remarkable history. Four star visitor attraction. Tel: 01855 811 307

The Jacobite Steam Train

Regarded as the world's greatest railway journey by Wanderlust Magazine the service runs all week through the peak seasons. Tel: 0844 850 4685

Scottish Highland Tours

A selection of one day tours of the Highlands and Islands of Scotland. Tours can be arranged to suit your requirements. Tel: 01397 704901

Sanna Bay

Situated at the most westerly point on mainland Britain, Sanna Bay is dominated by beautiful white shell sands and true blue sea water.

Glen Nevis Visitor Centre
Glen Nevis Visitor Centre

Historical and natural history display on Glen/Ben Nevis. Mountain safety information, live weather reports and a great range of outdoor supplies. Tel: 01397 705922

Crannog Cruises

Climb aboard at Fort William Town Pier and enjoy the splendour and wildlife of Loch Linnhe and the views of Ben Nevis. Tel: 01397 700714

Vertical Descents

Fun, adventure for all ages and groups. Activities include whitewater rafting, canyoning, paintballing, mountain biking, climbing and abseiling. Tel: 01855 821593

Eagle Watch Wildlife Cruise

Unique guided cruises on the stunning waters of Loch Shiel. Share the skippers experience of spotting Golden Eagles and Red Deers. Tel: 01687 470322

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