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 stayed at Kingairloch for a month last year, and we were delighted to be able to have another small taste, only a couple of nights, this year--this time staying in the B&B. Susan was so welcoming, as always, and the breakfasts were a small feast. It is hard to describe the stunning setting of Kingairloch other than to say that it is perhaps the most beautiful location we have seen in Scotland. We'll definitely be back.
We spent an outstanding week as a family (we had 3 rooms in the B&B and 2 cottages).
The Lismore room has a breathtaking view over the loch and being awaken by the rising sun is a bonus. It has large, comfortable bed and en suite bathroom with shower.
The delicious full Scottish breakfast was served by Susan, our charming hostess, and could be tailored to suit everyone's needs.
Cherry on the cake: we were offered to use the dining room and kitchen facilities for our family birthday celebration !
Thank you for an unforgettable holiday. It is a pity we cannot post some of our photos ...more
My sister booked Kingairloch for our whole family to stay in for her 40th birthday celebrations. We were welcomed by Susan who I'd telephoned earlier in the week with my (many) dietary requirements and nothing was too much trouble. Our breakfasts were delicious and plentiful.
The room was palatial with the most beautiful loch view you could ask for, the bed was very comfortable, and the bathroom was gorgeous.
Susan let us use her big kitchen and dining room for one of our family evening meals (12 people including some very young ones) which was very generous of her.
My sister's cottage was ...more
The Steadings is a fantastic place to stay we have been there four times now it is such a comfortable place we sleep so well there.
The views from the conservatory are lovely as are the views from the bedrooms up the glen it has everything you need for a great holiday. lot's of wildlife from the door deer/ eagles/wild goats/and of course the pine martins who come most nights in the long window by the tv they love there peanut butter or jam soldiers. There are some lovely walks from the door up the glen or to the old mill the beach is a great place for the dog to have a swim. The old boat hou...more
A very attractive accommodation in a beautiful location. An abundance of wildlife and walks from your door. Only criticisms is the lack of crockery in kitchen and sofa in lounge a little uncomfortable. But overall a magical place.
I hope to return in a different season, as it was wet and wild end of November limiting the benefits of the location.What we did see brought peace and relaxation. It is a very quiet lovely location. Opportunities to see such wildlife as eagle, deer, pine martin. We slept well in the extremely comfortable beds and soft pillows. I liked the open plan of the kitchen and living room and of course everything on one floor for my elderly mother who almost had an en-suite. The caretakers could not have been any more helpful, bringing us wood for the open fire and offering help. A wonderful holiday...more
We thoroughly enjoyed our week in Pier Cottage. The cottage itself had everything we needed and although there was no wifi we think perhaps that if it did it may spoil the experience. Located right next to the Loch you feel, and to some extent are, in the wilderness but the rewards are fantastic views, walks and wildlife.