Experience a true scottish highland holiday in our off-grid holiday cottages
Our self catering holiday cottages, Craig and Dail, offer comfortable accommodation in a remote setting. Whether you are looking for an adventure to remember or an excuse to spend time together with family and friends, they have much to offer. Accessible by forest track or sea, they are the perfect base for a family holiday with a difference. They offer a peaceful break while being only a two hour drive from the Central Belt.
I recently walked to the summit of Beinn Mheadhonach, a Graham that is behind Craig Cottage. Although it was a rather wet day, the views were stunning. These timelapses were looking north up Loch Etive.
https://youtu.be/m8hglr7T0Fk ...Read More
I've been having fun with a new wildlife camera. It can take videos and stills, day or night, and if the cottage is empty I have been putting it in the garden to see what goes on when there is ...Read More
It's been a stunning day here today, and I made the most of it by getting out with the camera. It's at times like these that I become aware of how remote the cottages are. They really are an amazing ...Read More
Today I took a couple of hours out, and went for a walk up to Barrs and beyond (further up the loch than Dail). The view up here are beautiful, and as the loch narrows the mountains seem to close ...Read More
I am delighted to have received this lovely review by email, plus some amazing photos of the pine martens at Craig. Thank you so much Cath and Will!
"At the beginning of August we spent a glorious, perfectly peaceful week at ...Read More
The views along the loch this evening were beautiful as I was driving back from Craig.
It's been a cloudy but warm day, and a good opportunity for me to strim the path down to Dail. Ably assisted by Isla, of course!
Our lunchtime wander took us down to the beach (as it so often does!) and ...Read More
Above is an overview of the image, and below a scrollable version of it (using mouse or finger!)
And below an annotated version of the peaks visible: ...Read More
One of the great things about the land surrounding Dail and Craig is that you can explore in almost any direction and not have to stick to a path. Okay, it might be rough going at times, but the views ...Read More
It's been a fairly wild day up the loch today, wet, windy and very invigorating!
It feels as if we are spoilt for choice with so many fantastic sea kayaking locations on the West Coast of Scotland, and I expect many people don't venture into Loch Etive - partly due to the Falls of Lora ...Read More
... is that the work is never ending but always varied and interesting. After a week in which I have discovered the wonders of steel wool (which supposedly discourages mice from holes), and expanding foam (top tip: don't get it in ...Read More