About the property
Dondies is situated on the quiet hillside behind the breathtakingly beautiful village of Portuairk in West Ardnamurchan. It is a warm and modern conversion of an old byre building and is ideal for couples looking for a peaceful retreat. With a stunning location, wood-burning stove and views through the patio windows over the Small Isles and Skye, you may not want to leave the comfort of this idyllic cottage in any weather! There are miles of sandy beaches, rocky inlets and coves to explore just a stones-throw away. Dondies really does have everything you need for a romantic break away from the rest of the world.
This lovely, cosy cottage in the stunning village of Portuairk – the British mainland’s most westerly village, has panoramic views out over the sea to the Small Isles and the Isle of Skye beyond. The changing seascape and evening sunsets are breath-taking all year round and provide a perfect place to truly relax and forget about the rest of the world. There are miles of coastline to explore including the white sands of Mcleans Bay and Sanna Bay, both close-by. Dondies has been converted into a cosy, fresh, modern and fully equipped cottage ideal for couples to enjoy. There is a wood-burning stove which creates a cosy atmosphere no matter what the seasons bring. Through the patio doors, there are stunning views of Eigg, Muck, Rhum and on a clear day the Cuillins of Skye can be admired from the comfort of the living room. Also just a stroll away awaits sandy shores and secluded coves to enjoy and explore. All on one level, with laminated wooden flooring throughout, there is an open plan kitchen and lounge with dining area and multi-fuel stove. There is also one double bedroom with a shower room with toilet and washbasin.
2 miles to Sonachan Hotel (Internet access available), Ardnamurchan Lighthouse and tearoom.
6 miles to Ferry Stores, Community Centre (Tearoom, Indoor activities, Gym, Tourist Information, Surgery), Kilchoan Hotel, Kilchoan Pier where the ferry to Tobermory departs.
1 miles to Bay McNeil, to Sanna Bay
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