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Taigh Na Coille, Roshven,

Roshven, The Highlands
Sleeps 10
Bedrooms 4
Bathrooms 4
Change Sun
Dogs allowed 2
Downstairs bedroom
Downstairs bathroom
Waterside views
Open fire / woodburner
Hot tub
Internet access
Beach within easy reach
Family friendly
Sky TV
Towels included
Travel cot available
Highchair available
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At a glance

  • Stunning property designed and built to be part of the rugged Lochailort landscape
  • Tranquil setting with breathtaking views and direct access to the beach
  • Contemporary interior flooded with natural light
  • Two wood burners for cosy evenings
  • Relax and unwind in your own private hot tub under the stars
  • Sample authentic Scottish cuisine in nearby Glenuig 2 miles away
Property code: CA322

Overlooked by mountains and surrounded by the crashing sea, this impressive holiday home offers enchanting views and a truly unique location within the Scottish Highlands.

Secluded above a beach and hidden amongst pine trees, this stunning property has been designed to blend in perfectly with the Lochailort landscape, known for its majestic mountains, tumbling sea, and abundance of wildlife. Discover a taste of the Highlands with a visit to Glenuig just 2 miles away, a bustling village with a thriving community hall that hosts regular musical events. It is also home to a fantastic smokehouse, famous for locally sourced produce and mouth-watering delicacies.

Inside is a masterpiece of design, characterised by high ceilings, contemporary lighting and wooden details. The floor-to-ceiling windows fill the open-plan living space with natural light, offering spectacular views of the surrounding rocky landscape. It's the perfect backdrop for enjoying a leisurely breakfast at the dining table, or step outside onto the decked patio to take in the sounds of the sea. Chillier evenings are made cosy by the crackling wood burner, curling up on the sofa with a glass of something delicious. Off from the lounge is the master bedroom complete with an en-suite double shower room, wood burner and private balcony. The twin bedroom and double bedroom are also on this floor, both sharing a large bathroom with an irresistible double-ended bath, and separate shower room. A handy utility room can also be found downstairs. Upstairs, the second lounge offers a comfortable retreat for curling up in front of a film. The adjacent family room features two sets of cabin-style bunk beds ideal for younger guests to enjoy the ultimate sleepover, just don't forget the midnight feast!

Outside, the decked patio leads to open grounds and the shoreline, where you can find adventure from the comfort of your doorstep. Gather around the fire pit to toast marshmallows under the stars, or relax in the hot tub after a scrumptious BBQ.

Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.

Please note there is a refundable £250 security deposit for this property payable closer to the start of your holiday.

  • Sleeps 10+2
  • 4 bedrooms: 2 double, 1 twin and 1 with 2 cabin-style bunk beds
  • 2 bathrooms: 1 en-suite shower room, 1 bathroom and 2 shower rooms
  • 2 combination microwave ovens, induction hob, dishwasher, fridge/freezer
  • Utility room with washing machine and dryer
  • 2 woodburners with starter pack of fuel supplied
  • Sky TV, DVD, Xbox 360 games console, CD/Radio, Bluetooth iPod dock
  • Wi-Fi included
  • Outside decked area with access to open grounds and shoreline
  • Unlimited off-road parking
  • 2 dogs welcome
  • Private outdoor hot tub, BBQ and fire pit
  • Shop, pub and post office within 2 miles

This property joined our collection in the last 12 months and is managed by Carol.


From guests that have stayed at the property.

Based on 9 guest ratings

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Reviewed by Simon, 29th December 2019

This is a superbly located house close to the wild sea shore. It is a low, organic wood-and-glass build which respects its environment and yet has airiness, light and high space. It absorbs people, and is easy to live in. It is accessible from the Road to the Isles and the West Highland Railway, and within reach of wonderful scenery to explore by cRead morear and on foot. Hide

Reviewed by Mark, 27th October 2019

Fantastic house in an unbelievable location photos dont do the house justice. The views were amazing and so peaceful with just the wildlife for company. The attention to detail in the house is excellent with everything you need and more.

Reviewed by F, 20th October 2019

We had a fantastic time at Taigh Na Collie. It is set in the most beautiful and dramatic scenery you could imagine with views from every room. We had Children and dogs with us and all are catered for very well. The house is of very high standard with all mod cons to make your stay very comfortable. We journeyed out for walks every day to near by beRead moreaches and also went mountain biking at Fort William Nevis Rage. Highly recommended holiday and we will return. Hide

Reviewed by Mr Kedwards, July 2019

Fantastic gateway for out door types and adventure seekers. The location of the house is breathtaking. The only problem was the hot tub had broken down, but we were blessed with the weather that enabled us to visit the beautiful beaches with our young granddaughters. Plenty of lovely restaurants in the area. Minch Adventures adventure boat trips isRead more a must. Billy and his wife were amazing hosts taking us around the islands, giving us a history of the area and pointing out the wildlife, fishing and visiting the most remote pub for lunch. We will definitely return. Take the midge spray! Hide

Reviewed by Mr Foster, May 2019

Great cottage on sea front and great wildlife around, due to hot weather which was great outside, we couldn't get the cottage to cool down even after 3 days, but still a great holiday we had, thanks.

Reviewed by Mrs Sudall, May 2019

This lovely house is in a beautiful setting, remote enough for peace and tranquility but close enough to a local convenience store at Glenuig or Arisaig. ( Delicious produce - kippers/cheese etc at the smokehouse at Glenuig). A great garden too for young adventurers to explore! There were a few hiccups- the sink blocked in the main en-suite but sooRead moren sorted by local handyman, Billy, sadly the dishwasher wasn't working, leaving dirty pots and although we cleaned filters etc it couldn't be rectified so was going to be replaced after our stay. The hot tub wasn't prepared so needed filling and heating but was greatly enjoyed eventually! ( Some extra towels would be helpful for use with the hot tub and /or more washing powder and dishwasher tablets/ tea towels ). Despite the hiccups - which could have happened anytime- we thoroughly enjoyed our stay, hence the 5 stars! Hide

Reviewed by Mrs Maddox, February 2019

A perfect family holiday enjoyed by everyone in the party. Lovely house, fantastic scenery, beautiful weather for the time of year.

Reviewed by Ms Pereira Hind, February 2019

We had an amazing weekend here, 3 families, kids and dogs. Very comfortable, warm, cosy house, spectacular views across the bay, great walking in the area. And a hot tub to boot! Would definitely come again.

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