Kylesbeg croft is set back on the shores of Loch Moidart in the Western Highlands within the Kyleswood Estate. Nestled amidst native oak, rowan and birch woodlands, the site is an SSSI with a mile of foreshore along tidal Loch Moidart with views over the ancient seat of the Lord of the Isles - home of the MacDonalds of Clan Ranald.
The croft is over 250 years old and provides a cosy and enchanting hideaway.
Kylesbeg sits on the shores of Loch Moidart in the Western Highlands within the Kyleswood Estate. Set in native oak, rowan and birch woodlands, the site is an SSSI with a mile of foreshore on tidal Loch Moidart with views over the ancient seat of the Lords of the Isle - home of the MacDonalds of Clan Ranald.
The croft is over 250 years old and was restored 15 years ago and recently refurbished to provide a coswy and enchanting hideaway.
The croft consists of an all-electric kitchen, open fire in the sitting room, cosy wood-panelled bedroom and bathroom with night storage heating.
Kylesbeg Croft was all we'd hoped for.Lovely peaceful holiday.Well placed for exploring this part of Scotland.Plenty of walks and wildlife in the local area.
The croft was well equipped and coal provided for snug fires on cool evenings.
When booking all information from the owner was provided quickly which made booking easy and straightfoward.
We would love to go again.
Kylesbeg was exactly what we were looking for. Quiet and rural. We were lucky enough to see the visiting Pine Marten every day and also a couple of deer near the car. Surrounding ancient woodlands very picturesque but would recommend wearing wellies as was a bit boggy in parts especially if you're crossing over the grassy area to go down to the loch. We found plenty of walks to do and could've happily stayed for 2 weeks. Recommend travelling around to Ardnamurchan Lighthouse as the scenery on the way and from the lighthouse is spectacular. Also go on a day trip to Tobermory from Kilchoen. Leave the car in the free small car park and go as foot passengers...very reasonable and you might see dolphins or whales as you cross the Sound of Mull. Only takes half an hour. Going back to the cottage – all the facilities were fine. Everything you need for a comfortable stay. Will hopefully make it back again one day. Enjoy the peace, quiet and visiting wildlife.
walking, bird watching, fly fishing, cycling, sailing, boat tours to the Isles, the fresh catch in Mallaig, mussels and scallops from the sea, reading, listening, beachcombing, swimming (!), local musicians, blue waters and white sands of Arisaig and Sanna
|Refundable Damage Deposit||£50|
Let starts Sat at 2pm Local team will sort you out. Bring your own bedlinen. All electric. We can put you in touch with fishing and other sports. Dogs are welcome but at owners own risk and make sure you leave as found. Bob the Pinemarten is very keen on strawberry jam sandwiches.:You are asked to vacate the property at 10am on the following Saturday.
Payment is by cheque . Deposit of £50 required at time of booking with balance due 4 weeks before the rental begins