The cottage and its location was perfect in every way .The absolutely stunning 180 degree panoramic view from all front windows of the property was breathtaking, the whole skyline took in 8 Islands and outdoors a peak to our left we could see the majestic mountain of Ben More.So many beautiful places to visit and so much nature to enjoy.A truly most memorable holiday.
By Bob & Mary Birkett stayed in July 2018
Stunning views. So relaxing to be able to sit and admire the spectacular scenery. Extremely well stocked property. Very friendly sheep!
By Kate and Steve stayed in April 2018
Super place to stay over looking Loch Tuath and out to the Atlantic. Extremely good instructions how to get in and get everything working. We never closed the blinds...the house is not overlooked and we needed to see the views day and night...full moon and stars. Several walks nearby including trip to Ulva. ballygown restaurant is a must...home cooked food and we saw An otter off their rocky shore at noon one day...you can pre order home made bread from there and also get delicious sausage rolls and cakes at the end of the drive in the Hen House cafe.
By Helen and Paul stayed in April 2018
Beautifully fitted cottage in superb position with extensive sea views from living / dining areas and both bedrooms to Ulva, Gometra, Staffa, Treshnish Isles and Tiree. Hill walking immediately behind the cottage in remote area where you are unlikely to meet anyone. Easy walk down track to pier at Port Rainich, which you will probably have to yourself. On those days when the weather keeps you indoors, sit by the woodburner with a single malt and watch the ever changing view through the large windows.
By David stayed in December 2017