everything very good-Kenny was very helpful and accommodating. likes the quietness of the state and the feeling you could just walk or cycle anywhere...
A stunning part of the world and a cottage with view to die for! Been in many self catering holidays and this was very good indeed - plenty to do in the area albeit COVID restrictions mean more cooking in than eating out - buy local from the estate and use some of the recipes they have! Cottage in good nick but a little bit of a mix of the old and the new - heating system a bit cranky and old - shower is warm and works well. Kitchen very well equipped. Would recommend and with a bit more investment in the cottage itself will be in the premier league soon!
We have been to Ardtornish Estate several times, staying in various properties and have stayed in Rose Cottage previously. The location is excellent for a relaxing break in the Scottish Highlands. Rose Cottage is quaint and comfortable with a very well equipped kitchen (although I always struggle with an electric cooker as I am used to gas!). We had ordered loads of meat from the estate and it was waiting for us in the generously sized fridge/freezer when we arrived - very good quality. The star of the holiday was Poppit the Pine Martin who visited us at the front of the cottage at a...more
Had a great stay at studio very clean and comfortable, Ardtornish is very peaceful, look forward to coming back.
24 of us enjoyed all that Ardtornish has to offer this weekend - as ever it was great fun and the house is the perfect venue for a large 'house party' weekend.
Very comfortable 'home-from-home' in quiet picturesque location with stunning views. Large, private, enclosed garden which proved to be escape-proof for our dog. (Small dogs may find a way through the fence or gate). Cottage is at the end of a track with no passing traffic, but track is quite steep and stoney so not suitable for low-slung vehicles. Area good for walking, but wild-life, except for deer, proved elusive on our visit. Easy access to the Lochaline-Mull ferry. Vast single-lane road network makes touring further afield a slow and trying experience. Some local facilites closed due to ...more
Just spent another wonderful week on the Ardtornish Estate. Lovely to be able to share this very special place with family this time. A friendly welcome, efficient service & well-equipped & beautifully clean house meant for a relaxed & easy stay. Our party ranged from 8 to 80 & there was plenty to entertain us all - fishing, cycling, hiking, splashing about & swimming in rivers, beach trips, a trip to Mull, wildlife spotting, fossil hunting, exploring the Estate & just enjoying the scenery & blissful quiet! Would definitely recommend buying the estate meat - we cooked a wonderful beef stew. T...more
This is a fabulous flat - it’s the third time we’ve stayed over a timespan of 15 years and we’ve loved it every time. The sheer scale of the place is wonderful and it’s a great base for outdoor activities, diving in our case, and great fun for a group stay. The drying room got very good use!
We loved the apartment and the stairs kept us fit. It felt like a home from home, eveything we needed and lovely walks and places to visit within a short drive. The apartment was spotless and the kitchen well equipped. We worked out how to control the taps to ensure we got hot showers. We will definitely come back to the Estate.The apartment is however not for someone who has any mobility issues unless the lift becomes operational.
We just love Morvern and the Artdornish Estate is a very big enterprise. We found the staff very professional and very guest friendly despite the size of the hospitality facility.
Stayed in the Top Flat in Ardtornish House. Fascinating glimpse of how the rich must have taken their holidays in the Highlands in the big house but we were in the servants quarters which were much more homely. Nice kitchen/sitting room with all that we needed in it. Comfortable beds and spotless linen. Good size bath towels for the enormous bath and loads of hot water. A good time was had
The Boathouse is a fantastic location on the lochside on a quiet road with only the odd vehicle going to the farm. The house itself has recently had the bathrooms refurbished and is very comfortable, cozy and relaxing. An ideal place to unwind and recharge your battery. There are plenty local walks to do with different routes and scenery to take in. Fort William and the surrounding attractions are a pleasant drive away. Ardtornish is a great place for a holiday.....
Cottage is warm and comfortable and set in a very peaceful location. Fantastic dog walks from the front door of the cottage. We have spotted a golden eagle, deer, migrating geese and a pine marten during the week. Guidance sheet left in cottage needs updating with respect to gift shop and local stores in Lochaline opening hours, as we thought both were available by appointment or phoning in an order respectively and both were open with COVID guidelines in place.
Our idyllic stay on the Ardtornish Estate was the the most wonderful experience, from the sea eagles' display on the hillside to pine martens feeding on our window cill. Everyone on the Estate was so friendly and welcoming, helping us to explore beautiful walks and spectacular views. Our cottage was lovely and cosy with a log burner to keep us warm as we relaxed in the evening after our exploring during the day. We will be back at the earliest opportunity and can't stop recommending this Estate to our friends and relatives. Just fabulous!!
3.5 hours from Glasgow. stayed here 4 times now. abslolute stunning views from windows.i could sit there all day, but went for walks.kitchen is well equipped. lovely log fire in living room.