Overlooked by mountains and surrounded by the crashing sea, this impressive holiday home offers enchanting views and a truly unique location within the Scottish Highlands.
Looking out over the sea, this fabulous property was designed and built to be part of the landscape and takes full advantage of the mesmerising views across Loch Ailort to the Hebridean islands of Eigg and Rum. Behind the property lie impressive Highland peaks, meaning you are ideally placed for enjoying the great outdoors, with endless walks right from the doorstep. Dogs will think they are in seventh heaven with all the new places to explore.
Sleeping ten guests across four bedrooms – with accommodation for two more on a sofa bed, plus two canine companions – this property is ideal for holidaying with extended family and friends, offering plenty of space for everyone to relax and unwind. Occupying a wonderfully secluded position, tucked behind pine trees above the beach, the beautifully presented interiors combine with inspirational views. Whether you are in the double height open-plan living area with its floor-to-ceiling windows; enjoying the panoramic views from your bedroom; outdoors on the elevated wrap-around decking area; in the hot tub or gathered around the fire pit by the shoreline you'll be continually inspired by your surroundings. Younger guests can find their own space too, with a second sitting room found upstairs, alongside a bedroom with two cabin-style bunkbeds.
Of course, you don't have to just look at the landscape; you can also get into it, with attractions and adventures to suit all ages and abilities. Exploratory packs might choose to trek into the local mountains or take to the water in a kayak (you will need to supply your own), while more sedate excursions could include a trip on the wonderful Jacobite Stream Train (dogs extremely welcome!) over the Glenfinnan viaduct made famous by the Harry Potter films. Running between Mallaig (21 miles north) and Fort William (30 miles east), both ends of the train's route also provide plenty to see and do for two and four-legged guests.