Our Selection of West Coast Scotland Cottages
All of Steading’s cottages to rent in Scotland have stunning coastal views from the most westerly point of the British coast. For a coastal cottage, close to amazing golden sandy beaches that could be mistaken for foreign climes, yet within easy reach of dramatic mountain heights, Steading holidays have a wonderful selection of West coast Scotland cottages to rent for keen wildlife, bird or walking enthusiasts, as well as those in need of a quiet, relaxing break away.
Properties on the North and West coast of Ardnamurchan have views of the spectacular Western Isles and Outer Hebrides, whilst the South coast looks across the water to the Isle of Mull.
We have a wide selection of holiday properties for you to choose from, so please choose one of the categories below or scroll down further to view our complete listing of west coast Scotland cottages.
Complete Accommodation Listing
Ardvaig – Sleeps 6
Located at the far end of the crofting village of Kilchoan, Ardvaig has a colourful garden and a large, spacious living room which enjoys the best of the day’s sunshine and stunning sea views of the Sound of Mull and Kilchoan Bay. It is ideally located for the village shop and only a short stroll to the friendly local pub, tearoom, and ferry sailings to Tobermory.
Bluebell Lodge – Sleeps 6
A large lodge with lovely sea views over the Sound of Mull. Sleeping up to eight, it is the perfect retreat for families or a group of friends wanting to discover the wild beauty of Ardnamurchan. Set in the crofting village of Kilchoan it is a short walk from a friendly, local pub, shop, tearoom and regular ferry sailings to Tobermory, on the Isle of Mull.
Borve House – Sleeps 6
Bungalow – Sleeps 5
The Bungalow is a cosy, tastefully renovated cottage in the lovely village of Portuairk, with beautiful views of the bay and the Western Isles. With the shoreline right on your doorstep spend your days relaxing on sandy beaches, exploring hidden coves, spotting sea eagles and dolphins in the bay, and rambling along miles of coastal trails.
Byre – Sleeps 2
The Byre built in 1886, has been creatively refurbished into a cosy, homely cottage. Enjoy the evening sun on the patio in the colourful garden with fruit trees. Set in the crofting village of Kilchoan it is a short walk from a friendly, local pub, shop, tearoom and regular ferry sailings to Tobermory, on the Isle of Mull.
Ceol na Mara – Sleeps 6
A comfortable bungalow on the quiet, north coast of Ardnamurchan, with spectacular views, through the large French windows, across to the Small Isles. Spend evenings enjoying a drink on the large decking area while watching the sun set over Eigg, Muck and Rhum. The lovely sandy beaches of Kilmory are just a short walk away and all the amenities of the pretty village of Kilchoan, are just five miles to the south.
Comraich – Sleeps 6
A comfortable and charmingly decorated house set in a large, enclosed, landscaped garden with decking and seating for enjoying the views of Kilchoan Bay and the Sound of Mull. Set in the crofting village of Kilchoan it is in a great location for exploring the area and just a short walk from the local amenities and regular ferry sailings to Tobermory, on the Isle of Mull.
Dondies House – Sleeps 2
Dondie’s is a fresh, modern conversion of a Byre in the beautiful village of Portuairk. An ideal retreat for couples, be awed by magnificent sunsets over the Small Isles from the comfort of your cosy living room, with multi-fuel stove. Stroll down onto the shore to explore miles of sandy beaches and coastal trails, abundant with wild-life and beauty.
Eilean Feoir – Sleeps 6
This is a modern, comfortable family home in the charming village of Portuairk. Just a stone’s throw from the water’s edge, venture out to enjoy sandy beaches, hidden coves and coastal trails. Or watch the tide ebb and flow and marvel at magnificent, sweeping views of Sanna Bay and the Small Isles, from the comfort of your living room.
Glashven – Sleeps 7
Glashven is a large, beautifully decorated Edwardian villa, set back from the road within a quarter of an acre of grassland, and lovely views over the Sound of Mull. Set in the crofting village of Kilchoan it is a short walk from a friendly, local pub, shop, tearoom and regular ferry sailings to Tobermory, on the Isle of Mull.
Ian’s Lodge – Sleeps 5
Ian’s Lodge is a comfortable, wooden house, set high up on the hillside, overlooking Kilchoan Bay. Enjoy wonderful sea views over the Sound of Mull from your balcony or climb over the stile at the back to explore heather-covered hills. Set in the crofting village of Kilchoan it is a short walk from a friendly, local pub, shop, tearoom and regular ferry sailings to Tobermory, on the Isle of Mull.
Keeper’s West – Sleeps 4
Keeper’s Cottage is huddled beneath the towering majesty of the Ardnamurchan Lighthouse, at the most westerly point on the British mainland. A favourite spot for whale, dolphin and basking shark sightings, with miles of shoreline to explore in both directions, your visit to this snug spot perched on the edge of the ocean is sure to be a memorable one.
Rudh Dudh – Sleeps 2
Ramble along a 150 metre, coastal trail from Portuairk and you’ll stumble upon Rudh Bubh, a restored black house, perched on a rocky outcrop above white sands. The cosy, secluded cottage is a truly unique experience for the adventurous, the nature lover and those seeking remote and dramatic beauty.
The Saltings – Sleeps 6
The Saltings is a comfortable wooden lodge with a terrace at the front and a balcony upstairs, each allowing you to enjoy outstanding views across the Sound of Mull. Set in the crofting village of Kilchoan, it is in a great location for exploring the area and a short walk from the local amenities, and ferry sailings to Tobermory, on the Isle of Mull.
Strathconon – Sleeps 4
Strathconan is a cosy wooden chalet, set high on the hillside above Kilchoan, with far reaching views over the sea to the Isle of Mull and Morvern. It is an ideal base for exploring the surrounding area and the many sandy beaches, including the stunning Sanna Bay. The friendly local pub, shop, tearoom and regular ferry sailings to Tobermory are just a short walk away.