Tigh na' Caoiraich is surrounded by some of the finest Highland scenery. The cottage is 16 miles inland from the North Sea and is encircled by stunning mountains and flowing rivers including the River Garry. The location is absolutely perfect for those seeking peaceful solitude in an oasis of serenity. The area is full of appealing hill walks for the experienced walker, and there are many munros and corbetts. There are also many low-level walks which run alongside the picturesque rivers and lochs.
The cottage has an open plan kitchen/dining room and lovely sitting room with a vaulted ceiling and wood burning stove. The well equipped kitchen has a fridge, freezer, microwave, a twin tub washing machine and a beautiful hand made pine table.
Stairs lead to two attic bedrooms, each with a double and single bed. There is a bunk-room also on the ground floor with several sets of bunks. The cottage is let for up to eight people. There is a bathroom with bath and shower and an additional toilet.
Two acres of grounds with furniture and barbecue. Please note that a stream runs through the grounds and the lochside is 500 yards away.
Please enquire about availability. Closed November 1st to Easter.
We are 35 miles north-west of Fort William, ½ hour to Fort Augustus, which is situated at the southern end of Loch Ness and about an hour from the Isle of Skye.
There is a small shop 7 miles away. Pub and restaurant 10 miles.
The area offers a host of activities for the more active and adventurous. You can experience the sights of the highlands through many different ways including pony trekking, sailing and canoeing. You're sure to come across some wonderful discoveries along the way and take away everlasting memories.
You can obtain fishing permits from Tomdoun Sporting Lodge which is only a quarter of a mile away. The rivers will present you with some of the best fishing, and there is over 25,000 acres of water to fish in including the Upper Garry, Lochs Garry, Poulary, Loyne, Inchlaggan and Quoich.
Take the A82 north towards Inverness. Continue on this road through Spean Bridge, until you come to Invergarry. At this junction turn left through Invergarry village onto the A87 towards Kyle of Lochalsh. Stay on this road for approx. 4 miles and take the left hand turn to Tomdoun and Kinlochourn. The cottage is 6 miles along this road, on the left just past the old Tomdoun Hotel, by a telephone box.