Unique, single-room glass-fronted hut in a silver birch/rowan wood on a small hill, full of character with a spectacular view 25 miles to the South East. Rannoch Moor is a place of peace and tranquillity, there is no noise (after the 9.05pm train) and no light pollution. Weather permitting, you can watch the stars and sunrise while lying in bed, see deer walking in the wood, experience being cosy in the midst of dramatic weather or listen to the dawn chorus. Pls read all details before booking.
Tulla Cottage was built in the early half of the 20th century. Its approximately 5 miles north of the Bridge of Orchy. For those walking the West Highland Way arrangements can be made to be collected from the Bridge of Orchy. Although Tulla is only a few hundred yards from the the A82 it is very tranquil, surrounded by ample wild land and its own burn. Although there are no evening meals at Tulla The Bridge of Orchy Hotel has a lovely menu. We are animal friendly having horses, dogs and cats.
We love our cosy , well insulated Shepherds Hut . It has a generous sized single bed with a window view of the old medieval village Barr a Chasteilean and views of Ben Lui and Ben Cruachan at the front . A secluded generous space for one to escape to, surrounded by natural beauty. It has electricity and full tea making facilities and a nice space to sit outside. It has a small toilet and wash hand basin in its own Lui Lodge . During Covid restrictions it has no shower facility