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.
We first stayed on Kingairloch back in 1980. The location absolutely stunning; the accommodation then very basic to say the least! We had a radio, but that switched over to Gaelic radio from 7 o'clock each evening! Apart from that, nothing much at all; a real "get away from it all" location. We continued staying on Kingairloch for several years after that and brought our children here for the first 10/11 years of their lives.
We decided to pay a return visit this year and were pleased to find that the "get away from it all" element is very much still in existence. The Steadings is a relativ...more
Stayed at sea view after our wedding at the church on the estate such a beautiful location and a very comfortable cottage.
Everyone on the estate was brilliant and so helpful.
Food at boat house simply excellent.
A superb location for either a restful time or activities on the estate.
To be fair being in Scotland with a week of glorious weather, it is difficult to say anthing but good things about this holiday. Sitting by the lochside, enjoying the evening sun as the deer walk past on the beach. You have to tweak yourself to make sure you're not dreaming. My own 'complaint' was that the good weather did mean that the wood basket had been taken away, and a blazing fire is always a bonus when the temperature drops in the evening.
Wonderful cottage, beautifully decorated and maintained, so comfortable. Loved the Aga, and found it very easy to cook on, despite never having used one before. Location suited us perfectly - a quiet, remote corner was what we were looking for. Scenery was spectacular, and there were lots of easy walks from which to enjoy the wildlife. Weather was poor, but it didn't matter, as we had come prepared with waterproofs, and the cottage was so cosy to come back to in the evening. Would definitely hope to stay again.