Self Catering Holiday Cottage

Lochside Knoydart

ON THE SHORES OF LOCH NEVIS…HEAVEN!

Whilst outwardly maintaining the appearance of a traditional white painted Knoydart cottage, Lochside is furnished in a comfortable, high quality, contemporary style and offers accommodation for up to six people in three bedrooms  – one king sized en-suite, one super king/twin bedded room and one twin bedroom.

2 Cancellation weeks : Christmas Week Sat 23rd Dec – Sat 30th Dec and New Year Week  Sat 30th Dec – Sat 6th Jan £1850 per week, sleeps 6 or £3500 both weeks. Knoydart tree and decorations to enjoy your festive period. Join in at Christmas with our candlelit Xmas Eve Carol Service in the village. New Year Extravaganza kicks off 31st Jan in our village hall with 2 live traditional bands “Sketch” and “Fras” followed by infamous Dolphin Boy DJ. 1st Jan first big session of 2018, live traditional music session and food, licensed bar 1pm ’til late.

The accommodation is just a short walk from the Knoydart pier, from the Old Forge  “the remotest pub in mainland Britain” and from the Knoydart Tea Room and Pottery.  The Tea Room has fabulous sea views and is a great place to enjoy a latte or hot chocolate, a bowl of warming home-made soup, a delicious cake or a lunch-time meal, BYO evening meals during the summer season … and of course the warm hospitality of the Knoydart community.  Don’t miss a visit to the award winning Dining Room at Doune and we also offer evening meals at The Gathering guesthouse close by. New for 2018 we are opening a fantastic new seafood bistro/restaurant for visitors to Knoydart.

You’ll love the spectacular views from the house and garden across Loch Nevis.  You may spot otters along the shore and sometimes even in the village!  Look out too for seals, porpoises, dolphins and whales, depending upon the time of year, and for sea eagles popping over for a day out from Rum.  In the summer, breakfast outside on the sunny south facing deck and later watch a glorious sunset towards the islands of Eigg, Rum and Skye.  For cosy winter days the house has underfloor heating both upstairs and downstairs, and wood-burning stoves in the lounge and the kitchen.