Otters Holt in Kilchoan Scotland is situated on a hilltop facing south with outstanding panoramic views over to the Isle of Mull. Its log construction creates a warm and cosy atmosphere. The comfortable and spacious accommodation sleeps up to six in three bedrooms, one double, one twin and one room
Otters Holt is well furnished with ample heating and the log construction creates a warm cosy atmosphere. The house has a secluded position with many mature trees a small pond and a stream bordering the grounds.
Otters Holt in Kilchoan Scotland has is a spacious lounge with floor to ceiling windows from which you can enjoy the spectacular scenery, you can waste hours watching boat activity in the Sound, and the weather! The lounge has
a television, DVD player and electric simulated wood burning stove.
Otters Holt in Kilchoan has a kitchen is well equipped with electric cooker, microwave, fridge/freezer, and dishwasher. The dining area has large windows giving great views over the Sound and to the Isle of Mull.
Sleeping 6 with a double bedroom, twin bedroom and bedroom with 2 bunks, there are electric blankets in the double and twin bedrooms. All have overhead reading lamps.
Bathroom with Mira power shower, bath, washbasin and toilet.
Utility room with washbasin and toilet, washing machine and dryer.
Electricity is included in the price of your accommodation.
Bed linen and towels are provided. If you're thinking of visiting Scotland then Otters Holts in Kilchoan would be the perfect place to find a secret retreat!
Kilchoan is on the spectacular Ardnamurchan Peninsula, and is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
It is a haven for walkers, birdwatchers, photographers, botanists, painters and archaeologists and offers a rare profusion of wildlife; otters, seals, pine martens, wildcats, sea... eagles and golden eagles, red and roe deer.
Kilchoan has a well equipped general store and post office, tourist information centre and there is a regular ferry service to Mull.
The magnificent white sands of Sanna beach are 6 miles away as is the Ardnamurchan Lighthouse. Both have wonderful views across to the islands of Rhum, Eigg, Muck and Skye - the sunsets are spectacular.