romantic seaside cottage Scotland
Romantic seaside cottage Scotland - beautiful boathouse on the shore's edge
|Price per night||Low £150||High £200||Festive £200|
|Minimum booking 3 nights. Check in 1600; check out 1000.|
|Vernon's review of Roshven Boathouse romantic seaside cottage Scotland|
Roshven Boathouse romantic seaside cottage Scotland
|Further details about this accommodation|
The Boathouse accommodation comprises:
- Huge sitting room with log fire, TV, slow internet/Wifi
- Kitchen with table, Aga, gas hob, larder fridge, freezer, dishwasher, washing machine and drier
- Dining area within sitting room
- Master bedroom with gas imitation fire, with refurbished (this year) ensuite bathroom with bath and shower
- Two two-tiered bunk beds sleeping 4 children/teenagers
- Separate WC
All linen and towels are supplied as are logs for the open fire. There is also a barbeque for use on the terrace and deckchairs.
Use of the Kayaks and Paddleboard are permitted if they are not being used by the Main house. Life Jackets are available.
No dogs in the house, but they may use the kennels outside.
|Our top 5 reasons why you would choose to stay at this excellent self catering property|
|The beach right outside your door is brilliant for pottering about, admiring the scenery, swimming and collecting unusual pebbles. From here it's lovely to walk along to other nearby secluded beaches and coves including the beautiful white sands of Smirsary.You can launch the sea kayaks here and there's a mooring available for larger boats.|
|Wander through the gardens of Roshven house, along the coast or about the woodland paths up the hill behind the house. For serious walkers, there are around a dozen Munros within a fifteen mile radius of Roshven and even Ben Nevis itself can be managed if you set aside just five hours.|
|The terrace is a fantastic and convenient spot for watching animal and bird life, including seals, the occasional otter or basking shark, sea eagles, and especially if you take a boat trip around the coast or out to the wee islands, skuas, petrels, terns and puffins.|
|Take the Sheerwater from Arisaig to Rum and enjoy a tour of Kinloch Castle, or go with Ardnamurchan Sea Charters to Staffa and FIngal's Cave, where there are puffins nesting. Travel on the ferry to Skye, drive north and go around Dunvegan Castle, have lunch at The Three Chimneys or drive along the beautiful route to the Connel ferry via Strontian, eat at Crannog Restaurant in Fort William and come back the quick way via Glenfinnan.|
|There is no shortage of good places to eat in the area. Some of our favourites are: The Whitehouse Restaurant Lochaline, know for its home grown, foraged and locally sourced fresh produce, The Old Forge, Inverie (a fun day out by ferry), Crannog Restaurant in Fort William and for world class dining, the famous Three Chimneys or Kinloch Lodge on Skye.|