Rose Cottage

Morvern
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At a Glance
Sleeps 6
Wi-Fi
Open Fire/Burner
Sea/Loch View
Pet Friendly
Parking
The Property
In the event that Covid lockdown changes in any location of the UK that will stop you visiting, you will be offered a change of date, a credit, or a full refund.
Rose Cottage is situated on its own along the River Aline, with a stunning views over the Castle Pool up to Kinlochaline Castle. Situated on the stunning West Coast of Scotland, Ardtornish Estate is located on the shores of Lochaline on the Morvern peninsula.

Rose Cottage is a romantic retreat on the estate and often used by Artists and Writers’ with its surrounding providing inspiration. This charming cottage is cosy enough for two people and large enough for six.

Interior
The ground floor has an inviting sitting room with a multi-fuel stove and two comfy sofas, one a sofa-bed. There is a Flat Screen TV with Freesat and DVD. Electricity and Wi-Fi are included as is a starter pack of logs. More logs are available to purchase on the estate if required.

The spacious country kitchen / dining room is equipped with a large fridge freezer, dishwasher, washing machine/tumble dryer, electric oven and four-ring stove. The dining table seats eight comfortably.

The good size kitchen / dining room is well equipped with a large fridge freezer, dishwasher, washing machine/tumble dryer, electric oven and four-ring stove. The dining table seats eight comfortably.

Rose Cottage has 3 bedrooms comprising of a double & twin upstairs with bunk room on the ground floor. There are two bathrooms – a ground-floor wet room heated by underfloor heating with sink & WC, and a cosy upstairs bathroom with a traditional cast iron bath / shower & WC.
 
Outside
Rose Cottage stands by itself in peace and quiet close to the mouth of the River Aline, with beautifully scented roses growing up the front of the delightful cottage to complete the ambience. 

Explore
Take time to explore this spectacular region from the estate gardens, fresh water lochs, castles, and woodlands rich with wildlife. A wonderful escape for family holidays in one of the most spectacular regions in Scotland.
 
Dogs Welcome: Dog are permitted in this cottage, maximum two, £20 per pet.
Features
  • Quiet & Peaceful location
  • Loch views
  • Rose garden
  • Outdoor seating
  • Wi-Fi
  • Flat Screen TV with free satellite & DVD
  • Wood burning fire
  • Starter pack of logs
  • Well equipped kitchen
  • Large fridge freezer
  • Dishwasher
  • Electric oven & four-ring stove
  • Washing machine & dryer
  • Iron & ironing board
  • Downstairs bathroom with wet room heated by underfloor heating, sink, & WC
  • Upstairs bathroom with cast iron bath, shower & WC
  • Traditional cast iron bath tub
  • Cot & High Chair available-please provide your own bedding
  • Dogs welcome £20 per pet (max 2)

Ardtornish Estate
Morvern, by Oban,
Argyll, Scotland, PA80 5UZ

Directions and full address to be advised in Key & Arrival Instructions after final balance is paid.

MORVERN
Ardtornish estate is in the southerly corner of the beautiful Morvern peninsula, which forms the extreme south-western point of the Highland region.
 
Morvern is approximately 200 square miles, with Ardnamurchan to the north-west, Sunart and Ardgour to the north, and bounded by the Sound of Mull to the south, Loch Linnhe to the east and Loch Sunart to the north.  Morvern is a stunning and dramatic region with a geology and topography that reflect a turbulent volcanic history.  The main settlement in Morvern is Lochaline, which also serves as a ferry terminal to Fishnish on Mull.

Lochaline supports a pier side café, a general store, a post office, a pub, a hotel, a petrol station, a medical centre, a primary school, a church, a craft shop and a social club. There is also a Dive Centre and an award winning restaurant (The White House Restaurant), as well the Lochaline Sand Mine and a community forest nearby.  There is also an anchorage facility at Lochaline Harbour.   

DIRECTIONS
Almost all visitors drive to Ardtornish – either from home, or having taken the overnight sleeper train to Fort William, or flown to Glasgow or Inverness. Unless you are on a walking holiday there really isn’t any other convenient way of getting here.
 
In all of these circumstances the quickest way to drive to Ardtornish is to take the Corran Ferry across Loch Linnhe just 8 miles south of Fort William. The ferry takes about 5 minutes and saves a good hour’s driving around the top of the Loch. The current cost of a one way trip is £7.30 and there are usually two sailings every hour.
 
The latest Corran Ferry Timetable is at this link: https://www.highland.gov.uk/corranferry
1.As you drive off the Corran Ferry onto the Ardnamurchan Peninsula, turn left onto the A861 and continue straight ahead for 12.5 miles.
2.Turn left off the A861 onto the A884 at the top of Loch Sunart where the turning is signposted to Lochaline and Mull Ferry, continue straight ahead for 15.7 miles.
3.Turn left off the A884 onto the estate road where the turning is signposted Ardtornish. You are now only a few minutes from your destination.
The drive from the Corran Ferry to Ardtornish takes under an hour. If you get to Lochaline village you have gone a bit too far!
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