Welcome to Liddesdale, Keeper’s Cottage

A stunning view of the loch by Liddesdale Keeper’s cottage, at Liddesdale

This Scottish holiday cottage is set in stunning west highland scenery on the Morvern side of Loch Sunart facing a mountain called Beinn Resipol. We rent it to holiday guests from April to the end of October. What it offers is unique: a place where time has stopped.

Sleeping arrangements are flexible. One’s lonely, nine’s a crowd but possible if some of you are small. The cottage is cosy, comfortable and well kept. There’s electricity, a fine bath and separate loo, but little has changed inside and out since the mid-18th century. Iron-coloured water comes from the burn and we drink it happily. There’s heat from the kitchen rayburn which also heats the water but there’s no central heating. The sitting room has a log fire but there’s no television. If you want to watch a film, bring a laptop. You may bring a lap-dog or big dog too; also wellies, wet-weather gear, sun cream, midge repellent, bikes, binoculars, buckets and spades – even a light boat that you can carry to the water’s edge. Apart from sea fishing in the loch, there is a catch. You need your own linen and towels and you must clean up smartly for the next guests. A low weekly charge reflects this.


Liddesdale offers the perfect Scottish holiday for family, friends, anglers, ornithologists, wildlife-watchers, walkers, beachcombers… see local area>>

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