Located on the Laudale Estate, Sunart House is situated right on the shores of Loch Sunart with only a single lane track between it and the water’s edge.
At 31 kilometres (19mi) Loch Sunart (Scottish Gaelic Loch Shuaineart) is the longest of the many sea lochs that help to give Scotland’s western coast its distinctive character. Dividing the ancient lands of Morvern in the south and Ardnamurchan to the north, the loch is surrounded by rugged mountainside and green woodland, which are home to a rich array of flora and fauna.
Carefully refurbished with spectacular views over the Loch, this spacious bungalow is warm and light with panoramic windows in the sitting room to enjoy the wonderful views across the Loch and a welcoming log fire. There is a large well-equipped dining kitchen and utility room that offers extra storage and drying space.
Sunart House offers plenty of sleeping accommodation with a master bedroom and en-suite shower room, two further double bedrooms and a bathroom located at the back of the house, on the same floor as the living accommodation.
There is a secluded and sunny garden behind the house with a gate leading directly to the hill behind. A lawn sits at the front of the cottage and across the road there is a slipway giving access to the sea and a jetty. Many guests bring their own boat, which you are welcome to do (at your own risk).
8 miles away is the quaint village of Strontian, home to a local post office, general store and petrol station as well as local shops, cafes, bars and restaurants – all serving delicious local produce. For those who want to explore further, the livelier town of Fort William is 28 miles away – just an hour’s drive via the Corran ferry. As well as having a range of shops and eateries, Fort William also boasts a leisure centre, golf course and swimming pool.
From wildlife walks to whisky tasting, skiing to seal spotting, we’ve got it all! For more information on local activities, sight-seeing and eateries see our Local Area page.