Lochan Torr at a glance

Booking details

Enquiries:


     Highland Club Scotland

     Fort Augustus


     tel:     01320 366767

     mob:  07715055908


     info@highlandclubscotland.co.uk


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Short breaks often available

  1. sleeps four, two dogs welcome

  2. no smoking

  3. tranquil & private location

  4. wonderful wildlife (especially deer)

  5. walking & cycling

  6. superb base for NW Highlands

  7. on the road to Knoydart

The Cottage is a light and airy Scandinavian-style timber house, which has recently been refurbished.  It is situated just under half a mile up the estate’s private track, near the centre of Lochan Torr Woodlands and a short walk from Lochan Torr a’Garbh-uillt itself.


The Cottage has a delightful view, below right, across a small trout pond (with its own small island, popular with the local ducks) to Gairich, the prominent Munro to the south of Loch Quoich that will be familiar to those who know the classic view down Loch Garry to Knoydart.

Ground floor: Open plan living/dining room with Freesat television, DVD/CD player and selection of books, DVDs and games; well equipped kitchen area with electric hob, electric oven, fridge, microwave and dishwasher; double bedroom (twin beds); coat hanging area and shower room with WC and basin.


First floor: Large double bedroom (option of either two continental single beds or super kingsize bed).


Large garage / outdoor equipment store with separate utility / laundry area (freezer, washing machine,  ironing board and iron, drying rack and rotary clothes line).


White cotton bed linen and towels, dishwasher and washing machine tablets and washing up liquid included.


Underfloor heating and private water supply (bore hole).


Slow and unreliable wireless internet connection: the cottage has WiFi but the broadband service is very slow (512kbps, so not suitable for downloading or streaming music or video) and can be unreliable so, although we do our best to keep it working, we are unable to guarantee that the internet will be available.  Mobile ‘phone reception is also very poor, and should not be relied on, although it is usually possible to get a signal outside, somewhere nearby,