Kingairloch Estate is located on the Morvern Peninsula along the coastline of Loch Linnhe and is only a three hour's drive from Edinburgh or Glasgow.
Within it's 14,000 acres of staggering scenery are eight unique self catering properties ranging in size from accommodating two, four, six and ten. All properties stand alone and have their own character with each having magnificent views of the mountains, glens lochs or rivers.
They are all well equipped with most having either wood burning stoves or fireplaces and up to three pets are welcomed in each.
Change overs on either a Friday or Saturday for seven night breaks, plus weekend and mid-week breaks are also available.
Guests to Kingairloch will enjoy the rugged untouched beauty of the West Coast of Scotland and also get to see a wide variety of wildlife such as red deer, otters and eagles. There are numerous walking and cycling routes on the estate and when in season guests can enjoy fishing and other traditional sporting activities.
Our stay at The Gate Lodge was really wonderful - it is a beautiful cottage right on the lochside, absolute peace and quiet, very well equipped and decorated. We had red deer grazing a few yards away - didn't see the pine marten which does visit the garden sometimes - but just before we left we had a brilliant sighting of a sea eagle - amazing. Highly recommended but do take all provisions as no shops nearby.
This was our 3rd visit to Elastic Cottage, we love the peace and quiet, the cottage is situated in an Amazing location and dog friendly as well, also a good place to explore the highlands of Scotland with easy boat trips to the Isles Mull and Skye. Can recommend you visit the "Silver Sands" of Morar just outside of Mallaig when the sun is shinning you could easily think you are in the Caribbean, on the way to Mallaig you pass the "Glenfinnan Monument and Glenfinnan Viaduct( Harry Potter train bridge", go the other direction and you pass Fort William and head on up to Spean Bridge to see "The ...more
We wanted an away from it all break and Kingairloch provided that for us along with a related local history dimension for us that we found fascinating and our host most helpful. We had 10 nights in the Steadings with Ruby, our young Golden Retriever, and our adult children joined us for the final 3 nights. We walked in the Glens every day, no need to go far the estate has breathtaking scenery and wildlife although it is important to dress for the conditions. As advised we traveled with full provisions for our stay, cooking for ourselves in the evening which included fayre from the estate larde...more