Litua self-catering is situated in the beautiful West Highlands of Scotland. Properties sit in an active croft where you can enjoy sea views overlooking Isle of Skye and Small isles and a short walk to a selection of nearby stunning beaches
Litua comfortably sleeps 6, with an en-suite king-size bedroom downstairs, and twin bedroom, and a second king-size bedroom upstairs.
Litua sits in an active croft, offering fantastic sea views over to the Isles of Skye and the small isles.
The walking is outstanding in every direction from the Roshven Hills, Glenfinnan, Mallaig to Tarbet and day trips to Knoydart. With wildlife cruises with Arisaig Marine, or take a one-day trip to one of the nearby Inner Hebrides, Isles of Muck, Eigg, Canna, and Rum.
If you are after a spot of golf, the Traigh Golf is just a few minutes drive away. For those with a family looking for a Harry Potter steam train adventure, you can grab the train from Mallaig through to Fort William and experience everything the Jacobite has to offer.
The burning wood stove gives those with four-legged friends a place to relax after a long day out walking. Please bear in mind, dogs are welcomed onto the property strictly by prior arrangement (max 2) with an additional cost of £30.00 per pet. A complimentary bundle of firewood is provided, if more is required this is available for purchase from the cottage owners.
With stunning sea views available from all corners of the property, Litua will give every visitor memories of a fantastic getaway holiday.
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