Dunlachlan is a delightful country cottage situated in
half-acre garden and five acres of woodland, on Loch
Sunart, the most spectacular and wildlife-rich sea loch
in the Scottish Highlands.
The self catering cottage has panoramic views looking
down on Loch Sunart and Strontian Bay. Dogs are
welcome by prior arrangement.
Open from March to end of October.
The cottage, which is stone-built and sits in beautiful
private grounds, has parking for two cars, sleeps six
people and is comprehensively-equipped.
The garden paths lead you down through native woodlands
to the sea-washed shore of Loch Sunart itself.
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There are three hotels, Post Office, a fully-stocked village
shop, a Tourist Office and the Highland Council Ranger Service all
within one mile of Dunlachlan.
Angling in lochs or rivers for salmon and sea trout is
available locally, as is boat hire.
Pine Martens, one of Scotland's rarest mammals, are
regular visitors to the garden, and have been fed and
photographed at the door of the cottage now for the last
ten years; and those who sit silently below the Scots
Pines in the adjacent woodland, overlooking the rocky
shoreline, may be rewarded with the sight of an otter
fishing below them.