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Mossview Cottage

 

Mossview is an an old crofters cottage set in four acres of trees and wild meadows, which run down to the shores of Kentra Bay. The scenery in the area is special, with mountains, forests and two of the most beautiful lochs in Scotland on your doorstep with Loch Shiel (2 miles) and Loch Sunart (6 miles).

 

 

This is an ideal place for walking, mountain biking, canoeing, fishing and meeting the wonderful wildlife.

 

 

Walk or cycle to the beautiful Singing Sands, the track passes through pine forests and over clear mountain streams which flow into Kentra Bay.

 

Alternatively, travel to the ancient Castle Tioram, as walking to the castle at low tide is a magical place.

 

If you want a holiday overlooking crystal clear seas and spectacular ever changing hills and   

 freedom, that only an original cottage of this nature can offer, then

this is the place for you.

Come in May, and be woken by a cuckoo outside your bedroom window.

 

Come in October, and be woken by the roaring of rutting deer from the hills across the bay.

 Deer are often seen around the cottage and on the beach at low tide.

 

Guests who bring their own boat or canoe can launch into Kentra Bay from the beach below the cottage. Two miles from the

cottage is a slipway into Loch Shiel. The Loch is famous for salmon and sea trout.

 

 

 

In fact there is everything you need for a fantastic holiday

Just 2 miles away is the scenic village of Acharacle, where you will find shops, a post office, tearooms, and the Loch Shiel House Hotel which has a bar and serves excellent food.

 

See otters, seals, porpoise, and pine martens in this bird watcher’s paradise.

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Canoeing on Kentra Bay

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On the way to the

Singing Sands

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Looking for sea trout in Kentra Bay

The Singing Sands on Bank Holiday Monday