Strontian, self-catering holiday cottages, barns, rural retreats and lodges to rent in Highland, Scotland

2 properties

Starfish Dogs-welcome Cottage, Central Scotland

, Salen, Argyll and Bute, Central Scotland, Scotland
Online Booking Available
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Price from £701
Next available 30/03 to 06/04/24
sleeps  2 sleeps 2
1 bedrooms 1 bedroom
1 bathrooms 1 bathroom
1 dog welcome  1 pet

1 bedroom dog-friendly holiday home

1 bedroom dog-friendly holiday home in Argyll and Bute with jacuzzi bath, sauna room, log burner and garden.

One bedroom Isle of Mull holiday cottage with wooden four poster bed, positioned on a hillside with fantastic views over the Sound of Mull, ideal holiday home for those looking to get away from it all and enjoy a romantic break in a tranquil naturally beautiful area of Scotland

Facilities & Features: TVFree WifiSauna
3 star rated
Best for: Couples, Dog-Friendly Holidays

Couples Apartment with Loch Views

, Ardgour, Highland, Highlands & Northern Scotland, Scotland
Price from £688
Next available 21/07 to 28/07/23
sleeps  2 sleeps 2
1 bedrooms 1 bedroom
1 bathrooms 1 bathroom
no dogs allowed No pets

1 bedroom hen party holiday home

1 bedroom hen party holiday home in Highland with garden.

Romantic couple’s apartment near Ardgour with scenic loch views

Facilities & Features: TVFree Wifi
3 star rated
Best for: Romantic Breaks, Pet Free Breaks
* Price quoted is not inclusive of any applicable booking fees or local charges.

Strontian in the Scottish Highlands is a sublime place for a cottage getaway. Right by the northern shores of remarkable Loch Sunart, a beautiful natural feature of the area, this is an inspirational place to stay. Set by hills and woodlands, this is a perfect place for a country cottage holiday for those wishing to explore this tranquil area of the Scottish Highlands.

What Strontian offers for Cottage Breaks

If you love the great outdoors then Strontian is a fantastic place to go for long walks with your loved ones by the loch or hire a bicycle and go cycling instead with the soaring peaks of Sgurr Dhòmhnuill providing a backdrop. There are tea rooms, cafes and a charming little shopping centre in Strontian. Also in the village is a visitor information centre which you can visit for hints, tips and helpful advice on things to see and do in the local area whilst on your self-catering break. For a day trip to a more vibrant part of the Highlands, you can check out the town of Fort William which is just 17 miles away and is home to a variety of shops, pubs and restaurants.

For more inspiration on Highland holidays, read our guide to the Scottish highlands.

Book a Strontian cottage and look forward to discovering some of the best of Highland on holiday.