- Iconic location direct doorstep access onto the stunning Silver Sands beach of Morar, immortalised in the film Local Hero.
- Gorgeous large open plan living room/kitchen with vaulted ceilings in the living room and wood burner.
- Patio doors from the living room open out onto an outdoor dining area with decking, perfect for summer BBQ's, sunset sipping and star gazing .
- Warm underfoot with underfloor heating throughout, controlled within each room.
- Fully equipped open plan kitchen with contemporary features and a central island.
Good To Know
- Wifi throughout.
- Dogs welcome (by prior arangement) and with over three miles of beautiful beach out front - perfect for beach runs and long walks.
- Additional walled garden space offers privacy for alfresco dining.
- Secure private parking by the property for two vehicles.
- Dining out locally offers a fabulous array of eating experiences.
- Former SOE estate house Arisaig House or The Old Library at Arisiag are just 10 minutes away by car.
- For relaxed dining in the nearby villlage of Arisaig you can choose between Cafe Rhu and the Arisaig Hotel or a little further afield you can experience The Glenfinnan House Hotel or the quirky Glenfinnan Dining Car which is a refurbished railcoach offering snacks and lunches.
- In the fishing village of Morar you can choose from friendly local inns where folk music abounds at The Steam Inn and The Clachan. The Fish market restaurant offers daily catches and the West Highland Hotel has a gorgeous dining room overlooking Mallaig and the small isles with fine dining for celebratory stays.
- Buy freshly baked handmade breads, foccacias, spelt, sourdough, lattes and cakes to go at the Old Quay Bakehouse in Mallaig or why not try Artisan pizzas on their crannog at the end of the pier.
- For the freshest of seafood and shellfish visit the local fishmongers Andy Race or try some of Jaffy's award winning smoked kippers.
- Book a trek with Silversands Trekking Centre near Arisaig and discover saddlebound miles of beach riding.
- The most Westerly course on the UK mainland , Traigh Golf is close by with a stunning 9 hole small course.
- Explore the coastline with Arisaig Sea Kayak Centre who offer guided Kayak tours for guests by direct prior booking.
- Arisaig Marine offers whale watching trips - go looking for dolphin and seals or take a day trips to the Inner hebrides, Small Isles of Muck, Eigg, Canna and Rum.
- Book a Sea fishing adventure with Minch adventures or let them guide you by open canoe on Loch Morar.
- Catch the Hogwarts Express (Jacobite steam train) in the summer months from Fort William to Mallaig over the Glenfinnan monument.
- The walking is outstanding in every direction from the Roshven Hills, Glenfinnan, Mallaig to Tarbet and day trips to Knoydart.
- The Land, Sea and Islands Centre in Arisaig village has a fascinating display on the connection between the SOE and Arisaig to discover.
You don't get much closer to the sea than this sparkling new luxury beachside property Morar Beach House "Camus Ciuin" with impressive interiors and ocean-view decks on the west coast of Scotland - a doorstep to your own carribean-esque white sandy beach.
Located on the coastal road at Tougal between the beautiful villages of Morar and Arisaig and just 3 miles from the bustling fishing port of Mallaig, you can be as relaxed and care free as you choose - dipping into the many activities and sightseeing opportunities on offer in the "outdoor capital of the highlands". Skiing and mountain biking at Nevis Range, whale watching and island hopping in the summer, canoeing, kayaking, beachcombing, loch and sea fishing, munroing, walking or just simply learn about the land and its colourful past such as the fascinating connections with the SOE Special Operations Exceutive at the Land and Sea Centre just down the road in Arisaig.
With to-die-for views from Camus Ciuin you'd be forgiven if you didn't venture further than the famous beach out front but once outside there's an uninterrupted 3 miles of sandy beach to explore, perfect for family time and creating special memories. Head out onto the outdoor decking with walled garden for pre dinner drinks as the sun sets over the small isles.
This gorgeous new architect designed property has just been completed in 2018 with attention to detail at every turn. Modern and fresh, luxurious and sunlit this all-on-one level property takes open plan living to a new level and is purpose built for family time with fantastic entertaining space. When the night draws in there's a cosy wood burning stove and with underfloor heating throughout where you can pad effortlessly across warm floors. French doors open onto the outdoor decked area from each room, affording 360 views for everyone and there's a spacious and modern fully fitted kitchen stocked with all the essentials for your stay.
Camus Ciuin has two spacious bedrooms, one kingsize room and one triple bedroom with a kingsize and single in situ, both with en-suite shower facilities and French doors leading out onto the decking. Outside there is private parking and also a large enclosed seating area, perfect for a BBQ or family gathering.
With a location such as this you won't want to leave Fido, and the property is pet-friendly accepting up to two well behaved dogs. Just bring their pet beds and bedding and don't forget thier favourite toys.
The road to Morar takes you past stunning lochs, mountains, waterfalls, the sea, occasionally a steam train or stray red deer off the hill.
An iconic road trip up the West Coast on the famous A830, "Road to the Isles" also takes you past Glenfinnan, home of the famous Glenfinnan Monument and spectacular viaduct made famous by a little wizard in that flying car chase (Harry Potter). You'll want to allow time to take photographs as the scenery is jaw-dropping.
Most visitors arrive by car via Fort William but you can arrive by boat from Skye, or the train which stops in Morar. If you are planning to fly, there are airports at Edinburgh, Glasgow and Inverness. There's no direct train from Inverness but car hire facilites are excellent and the west coast railway line was voted one of the best in the Europe by Wanderlust magazine.
With beach credentials ranking as amongst the cleanest in Europe, warmed by the Gulf Stream they are perfect for paddling, snorkeling and swimming. There are spectacular walking routes and paths in the area including one along the banks of Loch Morar, the deepest stretch of fresh water in Europe, and reputed home of Nessie's sister, Morag.
Camus Ciuin offers something different for all ages - whether its the wildlife, sealife, scenery, relaxation or together time you seek, your holiday will create lasting memories to treasure, in a truly magical west coast location.
January & February - £700 per week
March - £800 per week.
April & May - £1100 per week
June, July, August & September - £1400 per week
October - £1100 per week
November & December - £700 per week (except Christmas & New Year)
Christmas & New Year - £1500 per week.
Lets are on a Sat-Sat basis. Weekly lets only in Summer, Short breaks with a minimum of 3 nights stay may be considered at other times of the year (by agreement with the owners).
Guests Comments :
"This place was more than expected...the visual beauty, the peaceful atmosphere, the beautiful home...all was amazing. Truly a place to feel the soul, it will live in our hearts and memories forever! " - Ontario, Canada
"Fabulous holiday home in a fabulous location! Very comfortable and spacious, everything we needed and more...hope to come back one day!"- Daniel, Alison and Ewen