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Strontian Holiday Lodges Self Catering in the High United Kingdom


Loch Sunart Mornign Mist
Loch Sunart Mornign Mist
Loch Sunart Mornign Mist Mingulay and Jura MIngulay's Living room
Jura'sLiving Room Double Room Twin Room
Reflection on an April Morning Pine Martin Outside Lodge Sunset over Loch Sunart
Local Waterfall Sanna Strontian
Ariundle Oakwoods Tobermory (Balamory to little ones) The Ice Factor

Cabin in Scotland, United Kingdom



Property Details of Scotland Cabin

Strontian Holiday Lodges offers two Scandinavian log lodges Mingulay & Jura. They sit on an elevated site overlooking Loch Sunart one of the most scenic areas in the U.K. The houses are part of an area known as Seaview Grazings, a 12 acre lightly wooded hillside, accessed by a private road thus offering perfect peace. The owner Carol or a member of her family make sure all guests feel welcome by showing guets to their lodge and showing them round giving that personal touch. The view really has to be seen to be believed to wake up in a natural enviroment, with bird song, a cheeky pine martin or two and the sight of shimmering waters and mountain make this a truly unique location The area in front of the houses has been recently cleared of Rhododendron's and tree branches, and now both houses have a spectacular panoramic view. The houses are furnished to a comfortable standard to create a home from home on your highland holiday. The living areas are large and have picture windows to take advantage of the views of Loch Sunart and surrounding mountains, they provide a cozy contemporary feel with a TV ,satellite channels, DVD and a selection of movies at your disposal. The new owner Carol has had the living areas in both lodges refurbished this past winter in such a way as to compliment the logs in a contempory yet cozy style. As an added bonus Jura has just has a wifi router installed giving Jura and Mingulays living area internet access. This is provided free of charge to guests. Mingulay has three bedrooms and sleeps five, Jura has two bedrooms and a metal action sofa bed sleeping five. The views form the double bedrooms in both houses has to be the finest view in the area, all bedding and towels are provided free of charge and beds will be made for your arrival. The Kitchen is well equipped with cooker, fridge freezer, microwave, washing machine and you will also receive a welcome pack of groceries free of charge to set guests on their way. The bathroom is a good size with white bathroom suite, shower over bath and heated towel rail. Your home for the week will provide an excellent base to enjoy the highlands as it is so centrally located, if you choose to use your week for relaxation, sit back on comfortable furnishings enjoy the view and your highland holiday. Contact us at strontianlodges@aol.com Website : www.strontianholidaylodges.co.uk

Local Area Details

Strontian appears as a whitepainted oasis on an inlet in the sealoch Loch Sunart The main part of the village is fairly modern in appearance and is grouped around an attractive green with a magnificent copper beach Scotstown stretches north along the glen through which the Strontian River makes its way to sea The name derives from the Gaelic for Point of the Fairies The village is a local centre in an otherwise large and sparsely populated area of Western Scotland It comes complete with a high school shops hotel a petrol station a Tourist Information Centre and a caravan and camping site Hotels in the immediate area include the 4Star Kilcamb Lodge Hotel overlooking Loch Sunart to the west of the village the 2Star Benview Hotel well known locally for good food and the 2Star Strontian Hotel which doubles as the local pub on the east side of Strontian Strontian was established in 1724 to provide accommodation for lead miners working in the galena ore mines The mines reached their peak in 1730 when they employed 600 men but then went into decline We know they were certainly still in operation in 1790 however because they led to Strontians unique claim to fame French prisoners of war who were working the mines to provide shot to assist the British war effort against France found something else This turned out the be a completely new element later named Strontium after the village The lead mines later ceased operations on a number of occasions to reopen in 1847 1901 and 1920 In 1930 they closed for good By 1820 Strontian lay on the road Thomas Telford had built to link Corran with Acharacle It also became a regular stopping point for steamers providing services to Tobermory on Mull The village has one more footnote in history In 1843 a local landowner refused permission to build a Free Presbyterian Church in the area The congregation clubbed together to purchase a suitable vessel on Clydeside had it converted into a church and then towed it up the west coast of Scotland to a mooring nearby on Loch Sunart where it became known as the Floating Church This served the community until the 1870s This area of Sunart is dominated by Beinn Resipol whose 845m summit actually lies some way back from the few roads that exist It is best seen from the road that runs from Acharacle west towards Kilchoan and the Ardnamurchan Peninsula Strontian manages to combine a relaxed atmosphere and remote feel with a modern set of facilities You may not find everything you want here but you are very likely to find everything you need Whether you are enroute from the Corran Ferry to the Lochaline to Fishnish Ferry to Mull or working your way round to or from Ardnamurchan Strontian is well worth a pause on your trip A little piece of heaven

About Local Attrcations
Strontian sits on the doorstep of the magnificent Ardnamurchan peninsula one of the last remaining truly unspoilt regions of the U.K. Magnificent seascapes, moorland, sandy beaches and finally Ardnamurchan lighthouse standing at the most westerly point on the U.K mainland, a breathtaking tour not to be missed. At the heart of the highlands Strontian provides an excellent touring centre, Mull, Skye, Loch Ness, Oban and many more are all accessible in a day. For the more adventurous there is abseiling , rock climbing , rafting, canoeing and even an indoor ice wall all within easy reach for the day. A truly unique location...........
About Local Restaurants
Strontian offers a wide range of dining for visitors to Strontian Holiday Lodges. The Strontian Hotel offers meals in its bar overlooking Loch Sunart The Ben View Hotel serves bar meals and freshly cooked produce in its bar and dining room, a family run hotel were all are given a warm welcome. Cozy Knits is a small restauruant at the edge of the Ariundle nature reserve , serving good quality food and baking day and night. The Bistro in the heart of the village is open daily to provide breakfasts, lunches, coffee and homemade cakes. The Kilcamb Lodge offers something that little bit special, this country house hotel has been awarded two AA rosettes and serves fine dining and excellent wines. A liitle further is hte Whitehouse restaurant at around 20mins drive away in Lochaline, perhaps stop of one your way home from a tour of Mull, as this is one of the ferry ports to and from the island. They provide good locally sourced food see below Michelin Guide 'Remote setting and a welcoming feel, endorsed by hands on owners. Two lovely cosy wood lined dining rooms, where the ethos of seasonal and local cooking shines through.'


Strontian Holiday Lodges Self Catering in the High United Kingdom Property Information

Type:Cabin
Location:Scotland, United Kingdom
This Property Sleeps:5
Minimum Price Per Week:£290
Maximum Price Per Week:£640
Nearest Airport:Glasgow (airport code GLA)
Notes
When confirming booking 100 deposit is required

Property Features

  • Close to a beach
  • Pets are allowed
  • Children are allowed

Accommodation and Facilities Summary

Theme Quiet yet close to local activity, Away from it all
Accommodation Changeover Day Sat, Size: Spacious, Accommodation Type: Self Catering
Suitability Non Smoking Only, Children Welcome, Family Oriented, Pets Welcome
Outside Garden, Balcony, Parking
Location In the Country, Distance to Airport >100km, Distance to local restaraunts 2km, Distance to convenience store 1km, Distance to beach 500m, By the sea, In the mountains
Local Area The local town is Sleepy, Distance to Local Town Centre 1km, Restaurants, Quiet Bars and Pubs
Local Activities Mountaineering, Snowboarding, Skiing, Walking, Sailing, Horse Riding, Fishing, Cycling
Living Room Fold Out Beds Sleeping 1, Sofas 2, Seating for 6 People
Laundry Ironing Board, Iron, Airing Cupboard, Towels Provided, Linen Provided, Washing Machine Provided
Kitchen Toaster, Grill, Separate dining area, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Oven, Hob, Washing Machine, Microwave, Crockery & Cutlery Provided, High Chair Available
Entertainment DVD Player, TV, Satellite or Cable
Dining Seating for 4 People, Dining room table
Heat/Cooling Electric Heaters
Bedroom Pull-out Beds 1, Twins 1, Singles 1, Doubles 1
Bathroom Toilets 1, Bathrooms 1

Contact Information for Strontian Holiday Lodges Self Catering in the High United Kingdom

Name: Carol Hanna
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