Just landed at Best Scottish Cottages This Week - Sun 16th Sept 2018
Breathe in fresh air and taste the tang of the sea - just landed this week at Best Scottish Cottages - We are definitely headed towards beachside living this week with the addition of two gorgeously grown-up places to stay by the sea. Head to the Isle of Coll to the stunning Arrol House or steam into Arisaig by the old coastal road to the Silver Sands of Morar for a delicious new build (2018) Camus Ciuin,
A stunning light filled and utterly gorgeous sanctuary - luxury island living for all ages, wildlife wonders, glittering skies and migrating geese overhead just minutes from magical white shell sandy beaches - perfect for Swallows and Amazons styled adventures and creating special family memories on the Isle of Coll.
Arrol House has everything you could possibly dream of if your aching to escape to the tranquility and slower rhythm of life offered in the Scottish Outer Hebrides. Set back on a private and beautifully remote part of the island with jaw-dropping 360 views, you can gaze out across Coll's famous castles, stunning beaches, pristine machair dunes and coastlines, across to the Inner Hebrides and many islands. (Sleeps 10) For part of the year Coll is home to the Corncrake in Summer heading from Africa to cooler climates and settling in the RSPB Reserve a mile from Arrol House.
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. (Sleeps 5). Head out onto the outdoor decking with walled garden for pre dinner drinks as the sun sets over the small isles.