Conservatory

Mallaig Self Catering Accommodation
Scottish Tourist Board 4 Stars
Scottish Tourist Board
4 Stars

Cottage

Situation

Situated near Mallaig with panoramic views of the Cuillin hills of Skye, this spacious luxury bungalow overlooks a quiet beach where otters and seals are frequently seen. There is unlimited space for walking, climbing and exploring with an abundant variety of wild flora, fauna and birds.

Nevis Bank is a detached cottage which offers superbly comfortable accommodation and views of the Isle of Skye and the Knoydart peninsula.
From the conservatory and patio windows, you have a clear view across the sea. You can often see beautiful sunsets over the Isle of Skye ..... without the midges!

Local Beach

Facilities

Nevis Bank cottage has 3 bedrooms (2 double & 1 twin) which can sleep up to 6 persons. The large bathroom features a bath and power shower.
The kitchen with integrated dining area is well equipped and includes microwave, oven, hob, cooker, fridge, freezer, washing machine/dryer, dishwasher, etc. It also features a comfortable seating area with a TV for communal meals. A spacious lounge area is well furnished and well decorated with feature fireplace, TV and video player.
The cottage has a central heating, private drive and ample parking space. Five minutes walk will take you to the sand and shingle beach.

Sunset viewed from Camus Mhor

Exterior Conservatory

Living Area

Dining Area

kitchen

exterior

Location

The cottage is situated in a secluded position at the mouth of Loch Nevis (known as Loch of Heaven) in the delightful unspoilt country at the end of the Road to the Isles.

The busy fishing village of Mallaig, with swimming pool and Heritage Centre is only 1.5 miles (3 minutes by car). This small town features a wide variety of shops and has a warm and friendly atmosphere.
Mallaig is also the rail terminus for the steam train from Fort William (summer months only). The West Highland Line is one of the most scenic in Britain.

It is only a short distance from the magnificent white sandy beaches for which the area is renowned, including Camusdarrach and Refuge beaches where Local Hero and Highlander were filmed.

The town of Mallaig

A wide range of activities are available in the area with sailing, rowing and canoeing, as well as sea and fresh water fishing easily arranged. The local golf course is small but enjoyable. There are frequent ferry services to the Isle of Skye and the Small Isles of Eigg, Rum, Muck and Canna. A local ferry boat visits the small village of Inverie on the beautiful Knoydart peninsula, the Last Wilderness in the United Kingdom.

Morar sands

Isle of Eigg

Isle of Canna

Steam Train at Glenfinnan

Please ask about availability and send the booking form with your deposit.

Take the Road to the Isles and let us welcome you to the Highlands!

Contact Details

Mrs. Eileen MacPhie
'Arranmore'
Mallaig Bheag
Mallaig PH41 4QN
Scotland

Telephone / Fax: +44 1687 462051

Email: emacphie@zetnet.co.uk

Sorry no Pets

Prices for 2010

9 January - 13 March

322

13 March - 1 May

425

1 May - 3 July

519

3 July - 3 September

684

3 September - 9 October

426

9 October - 20 December

322

20 December - 8 January 2011

550

Weekend rates are available off season.

Please note that electricity, towels
and bed linen are included in the tariff.

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