A charming, lochside cottage - sleeps 6

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please call Paula on:
+44 (0)7503 730 873

Saraig photographed from the shore 

Saraig is a delightful 3 bedroomed, 2 bathroomed, 100 year old forester's cottage with amazing views of mountains, loch and forest.
Set amid some of the most spectacular scenery in Scotland, this lovely holiday home is fantastic for hillwalkers, ramblers, tourers and wildlife enthusiasts.
There is so much to do in the area, a week isn't nearly long enough.

    All photographs on this site are of the cottage, taken from the cottage, or taken from the beach in front of the cottage.  

Glorious Views
this photgraph was taken from the lounge window



For the hillwalker there are 22 Munros in the area along with many other smaller, but no less awesome, hills.
For the rambler the choice is extensive, ranging from gentle strolls along the lochside accompanied by the sounds of lapping waves, to hiking through deserted glens, up to hilltop lochans, alongside babbling burns and cascading waterfalls.
Being four miles from the A87 means a lot of the northwest highlands and islands are within reach. For those wishing to tour by car the choice is vast.
Eilean Donan Castle, one of the most photographed castles in Scotland, is a short drive away and is well worth a visit.
The Iron Age brochs of Glenelg are fascinating and thought-provoking, and are situated in a delightful small glen, also home to a beautiful waterfall - a must.
There  are boat trips galore within easy reach from Saraig from seal-spotting to glass-bottomed boat trips. At certain times of the year there are evem whalewatching trips.
Fishing is permitted on Loch Duich which is a sea loch.
Horseriding is available nearby (a couple of miles away) plus horse and carriage rides.
The Isle of Skye Bridge is about 17 miles away which makes this famous island easily accessible.
The hauntingly beautiful Scottish mountains and lochs are ever-changing. Colours, light and atmospheric conditions alter from minute to minute creating beautiful vistas from moody and misty to bright and colourful, glistening in the unique Scottish light.


Loch Duich is home to all manner of wildlife from protected rocky reefs to visiting seals and porpoises. Many herons live on its shores along with the elusive otter which has, on quite a few occasions, been spotted from the cottage.
Ratagan Forest is home to deer, badgers, bats and pine martens to name the most frequently spotted. The pine martens, although still wild, do visit frequently and will happily sit on the window-ledges munching peanuts. The badgers are also regular visitors and have often been seen by guests. 

Saraig is an ex-forester's cottage which was built 100 years ago when Ratagan Forest was planted. It is surprisingly large and spacious yet manages to be cosy and welcoming with a wood-burning stove at its heart. Despite having the comforts of modern living, it still retains an air of history. Standing at the front gate on a windy night with the choppy waters of the loch lit up in the moonlight and the forest rustling behind, it is easy to imagine oneself in a bygone era.

Telephone +44  (0)7503 730 873 or email

  1. Lounge looking through to dining room
    Lounge looking through to dining room
  2. Downstairs king size bedroom
    Downstairs king size bedroom
  3. View from Saraig
    View from Saraig
  4. Lounge
  5. View from the shower room
    View from the shower room
  6. View from front door
    View from front door
  7. Twin bedroom.
    Twin bedroom.
  8. Shower room
    Shower room
  9. Get warm and snug in front of the fire.
    Get warm and snug in front of the fire.
  10. Daybreak from the downstairs bedroom window.
    Daybreak from the downstairs bedroom window.
  11. View from house.
    View from house.
  12. View from upstairs' bedroom
    View from upstairs' bedroom
  13. Rainbow taken from lounge window.
    Rainbow taken from lounge window.
  14. Dining room
    Dining room
  15. Glorious Glenshiel
    Glorious Glenshiel
  16. Upstairs bedroom
    Upstairs bedroom
  17. Kitchen
  18. One of our visiting pine martens.
    One of our visiting pine martens.