Cuilcheanna Cottages, including Swallow Cottage, Ash Cottage, Rowan Cottage and Birch Cottage
Set in the heart of the popular Highland village of Onich, Cuilcheanna Cottages offers buyers an opportunity to acquire a portfolio of well-established holiday cottages, set within a substantial land area of approximately 1.05 Acres. The sale includes three detached bungalows, two caravans and a traditional cottage with adjacent barn and garages.
A traditional barn conversion now offering two-bedroom family holiday accommodation. The property is accessed from the parking with a central hallway leading through to an open plan kitchen / dining area. This room features a double height design, with a lounge area located on a stylish mezzanine floor, with gallery view to the lower sitting area.
Two bedrooms are located on the ground floor, both of which feature full en-suite facilities. The master en-suite is also equipped for those with mobility difficulties making it a desirable letting unit.
An adjoining barn is included in the sale and offers scope for those looking to convert to additional accommodation above the garages. A full-length attic also offers scope for conversion, subject to the necessary planning consents.
To the right of the property, an area has been set aside as a laundry room, offering a washing a drying solution for tourists looking to enjoy many of the outdoor activities on offer in the region.
An area to the front of the property has been set aside for parking and offers ample space for several vehicles. A stone access path is bordered by a selection of mature shrubs and bushes, with a small area of lawn adjacent to the cottage.
Ash, Birch and Rowan Cottages
Set in an elevated position with far-reaching views across theloch, Cuilcheanna Cottages, known as Ash Cottage, Birch Cottage and Rowan Cottage, are three detached cottages, each offering single storey family accommodation by way of two bedrooms.
Accessed from the front, each bungalow incorporates an open plan living area incorporating a combined lounge and kitchen, with large windows to the front capturing the superb coastal views. The kitchens are fully fitted, with a selection of wall and floor units complimented by a contrasting roll-top worktop.
A central bathroom is accessed from the hallway, along with a double and twin bedroom. The design also incorporates an airing cupboard which houses the electric water storage tank.
Each of the three cottages has recently had its respective roof replaced with new concrete tiles, and all have been the subject of recent internal decoration, making them an attractive proposition for those looking to continue this well-established holiday rental business.
The area surrounding the cottages includes a grass field and largeparking area, with access via a shared private track. The three cottages are set in an elevated position within the open field, with pathways giving access to each cottage.
This varied property portfolio offers a wonderful lifestyle opportunity for those looking to acquire an established self-catering business, with various options to operate the business remotely or to take advantage of the wonderful surroundings and reside in one of the properties.
As well as the holiday cottages, two static caravans are also located within the grounds, each offering additional accommodation and prove popular with visitors.
The cottages are situated within the peaceful village of Onich, on the banks of Loch Linnhe. Onich benefits from a cafe, hotel, pub and restaurants. A local primary school is nearby with the secondary schools in Fort William, Strontian and Kinlochleven.
The Corran Ferry provides convenient access to the Ardnamurchan peninsula and from the nearby coastal town of Oban, there are frequent sailings to the ever-famous Hebridean islands of Mull and Iona as well as Colonsay, Islay and Barra.
Fort William located 10 miles away, which is referred to as the Outdoor Capital of the UK, is most famous for being the gateway to Ben Nevis and the ski runs of the Nevis Range. Fort William also offers a comprehensive range of facilities and amenities including a leisure centre, golf club and distillery. There are a number of primary schools in the area and a well-respected high school, as well as a medical centre, hospital and churches of various denominations.
The high street offers a wide array of shops plus eating & drinking establishments. Outdoor enthusiasts are especially well catered for with a number of well-known outlets. The famous West Highland Line trains operate between Mallaig and Glasgow, stopping at the Fort William Train Station. In addition, the Overnight Caledonian Sleeper operates between London Euston and Fort William.
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Onich is a coastal village located on the banks of Loch Linnhe. From Fort William, take the A82 south, signposted towards Oban. Follow the road for approximately 10 miles to the village of Onich. Upon entering the village, take the right-hand turn signposted towards Cuilcheanna Cottages and follow the road to the end where a track continues to the right of the walled garden to a parking area.
If travelling from Oban, follow the A828 north through the villages of Connel, Benderloch, Duror and Kentallen. At Ballachulish follow the signs for Fort William and follow the road for 4 miles to Onich. Once in the village, take the left turn to Cuilcheanna Cottages and follow the directions above.