Explore the spectacular landscapes of the Great Glen Way
Set on the gentle shores of the Caledonian Canal, in the heart of the dramatic 'Great Glen Way', our cosy collection of cottages offer traditional living in this area of spectacular beauty. Pet-friendly and complete with log fires and well-equipped kitchens, they offer the ideal self-catering getaway.
Overlooking the waters of Loch Ness and set on the banks of the historic Caledonian Canal, Bona Lighthouse offers breathtaking scenery and serenity amidst the majesty of the Great Glen.
Built almost 200 years ago to guide ships into the Caledonian Canal, beautiful Bona Lighthouse has been lovingly restored, and boasts an array of period features coupled with the cosy comforts of modern living.
Historic Seaview Cottage is a former lock keeper’s cottage set on the banks of the Crinan Canal. There’s loads to do in the Argyll area, for visitors of all ages, plus plenty of the glorious natural scenery Scotland is famed for.
Built by the famed Scottish engineer Thomas Telford, this historic semi-detached property offers breath-taking views to Ben Nevis and across the glen.
A popular two-bedroom holiday home, footsteps from the iconic Neptune's Staircase and boasting spectacular views of Ben Nevis and the Great Glen Way.
Ideal for couples looking to escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life, this former lock-keepers cottage offers some of the best scenery in the whole of the Highlands.
Minutes from the amenities of Inverness, but on the doorstep of the Beauly Firth, Dunolly Cottage enjoys a beautiful waterfront position alongside the Caledonian Canal.
Deep in the heart of the Highlands, this beautifully restored heritage property is a short hop from Loch Ness, the Great Glen and some of the world’s most famous distilleries.
Bannatyne Cottage was originally built in the 19th century as a lock keeper's cottage and is now a memorable holiday home.
Eriskay Cottage is part of a three-cottage hamlet at Kytra Lock. Semi-detached, it enjoys all the benefits of a completely secluded spot but offers easy access to the glorious Caledonian Canal and it's lochside adventures.
This detached heritage property enjoys all the benefits of a completely secluded spot but offers easy access to loads of activities.
This semi-detached heritage property enjoys all the benefits of a completely secluded spot but offers easy access to loads of activities.
With water on three sides of this sweet 18th Century cottage, this is many people’s dream location.
Tomnahurich Bridge House enjoys a semi-rural waterfront position alongside the Tomnahurich Swing Bridge on the Caledonian Canal.
Braw offers lovers of the outdoors something a bit different. Sitting next to the canal with breathtaking views down Loch Lochy, Braw not only offers stunning views but also a new and innovative living concept.
This 'glamping bothie', located on the Laggan Locks, offers beautiful views of Loch Lochy and the perfect overnight rest stop.