Lagnaha Cottage is a single-storey 3 bedroom home with serene mountain views. It’s located in the quiet rural village of Duror which is situated centrally between Fort William and Oban.
Outside, there’s a large, enclosed garden with a well-kept lawn and a BBQ hut so you can relax and enjoy the views after a day out. And great news for cyclists: there’s direct access to the Sustrans National Route 78 cycle path at the back of the cottage so you can explore the area on two wheels with ease.
● Peaceful rural location with mountain views
● Handy location between Fort William & Oban
● 3 bedrooms and family bathroom
● Open plan kitchen/dining Room
● Enclosed garden with BBQ hut
● Private parking for several vehicles
● Direct access to cycle path
The small rural village of Duror is the perfect base for exploring the surrounding area that’s known as the ‘Outdoor Capital of the UK'. You can try climbing, fishing, sailing, mountain biking, caving, canoeing and skiing (Glencoe Mountain resort is a half-hour drive from Lagnaha Cottage). It’s a true hillwalker’s heaven with the mountains of Glencoe and the Nevis range within easy reach. There are plenty of low-level walking routes too.
Other local attractions include Castle Stalker and the beautiful Cuil Bay, perfect for a paddle or a picnic. If you need supplies the villages of Appin, Ballachulish and Glencoe are all within a 15 minute drive and have a range of small supermarkets, tourist information, cafés, bars, restaurants.
The cottage is situated on its own. The Holly tree hotel is the closest restaurant/ bar, 1 mile away and easily reachable on foot or bicycle along the cycle track.
Glencoe village is 7 miles away and Ballachulish 4.2 miles where you can find a number of restaurants, bars, a small supermarket, patisserie and various takeaways.
There is ample parking space just outside the property for several vehicles.
Getting around by bicycle is our favourite, as our cottage is just set in front of the Cycle route to Oban ( 26 miles) or in the opposite direction, Ballachulish (4.2 miles) and Glencoe village ( 7 miles). Most of the track is off the main road so quite safe for little ones too!
Two well behaved dogs are allowed. We ask that you keep your dogs off the beds and soft furnishings. Thank you for your understanding.
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