Kingairloch Estate is located on the Morvern Peninsula along the coastline of Loch Linnhe and is only a three hour's drive from Edinburgh or Glasgow.
Within it's 14,000 acres of staggering scenery are ten unique self catering properties ranging in size from accommodating two, four, six and ten. All properties stand alone and have their own character with each having magnificent views of the mountains, glens lochs or rivers.
They are all well equipped with most having either wood burning stoves or fireplaces and up to two pets are welcomed in each.
Change overs on either a Friday or Saturday for seven night breaks, plus weekend and mid-week breaks are also available.
Guests to Kingairloch will enjoy the rugged untouched beauty of the West Coast of Scotland and also get to see a wide variety of wildlife such as red deer, otters and eagles. There are numerous walking and cycling routes on the estate and when in season guests can enjoy fishing and other traditional sporting activities.
Our first time at Kingairloch and it won’t be our last. Stunning property, stunning location, a little piece of heaven. Rebecca from the estate team was fantastic, even going out of her way to find us some vet wrap when our spaniel hurt her paw. We had visits from 3 stags and a couple of mountain goats, nature first hand. I cannot find a single fault, except that the week went far too quickly and we didn’t want to leave. Definitely be back again
This was our second stay in a cottage on Kingairloch Estate - last year we stayed at Riverside. We became aware of the Estate, its fantastic setting and lovely cottages the first time we sailed into the Loch. This has remained a regular anchorage on our cruising ground, but it has been great to be based on land and explore the tracks around the Estate.
Gate Lodge didn't disappoint with amazing views and visits from stags morning and evening. The reported Pine Martin failed to visit us but with 3 dogs in the garden a lot of the time we were not surprised.
With amazing weather we managed to...more
We had the most glorious week with cold, sunny weather. The walks on the Estate are lovely. That early morning coffee, sitting at the patio windows watching the deer stroll along the road...... magical !!!. One young buck actually came up onto the patio to check us out.....an exciting moment. The cottage was lovely and cosy and very comfortable. This was our second visit to the OPO, we have already booked for our anniversary in November. A really nice cottage in an amazing situation. David & Myra
Cosy cottage within amazing scenery. Everything you could possibly need. Park your car and no need to use until you reluctantly leave, as walks aplenty from your front door. Wildlife in abundance. Weather was perfect for this time of year, woodburner was sadly redundant due to mild weather and a good heating system. Perfect for dogs......and paddle boarding, etc. because the loch is immediately to the front of the cottage! Perfect bliss.
We loved Pier cottage, and Kingairloch estate is stunning.
It was an overcast showery week, but we still didn’t want to leave. The sun shone for the last couple of days, and on our last evening, a pair of Golden Eagle soared above the loch in front of Pier cottage as the sun was setting!
We saw pine marten on trail camera, and enjoyed spotting an otter a couple of times.
The estate staff are friendly, and Rebecca was helpful and quick to answer emails, thank you.
We don’t often revisit holiday locations, but we would like to rebook with Kingairloch, I would happily stay in Pier cottage ...more
We had a lovely cosy stay at Elastic Cottage in the run up to Christmas 2022 - our first visit to this cottage. We even managed lunch on the decking and a dip in the sea, on days with weather ranging from snow showers to warm sunshine. Everything we needed and a great location.
We decided to do something different this year and we stayed in Curlew Cottage, on the estate. It was a beautiful location with wonderful scenery from every window of the cottage. We saw a fair bit of wildlife, even at that time of year, but really enjoyed the 'garden visitor' on our last morning. There was the most beautiful, calm stag having his breakfast in the garden. I even ventured outside to get clearer photos and he seemed totally unaware of my existence (although I'm sure he wasn't)! The cottages were recommended to me by a very good friend and I would have no hesitation at pass...more
We arrived to find the house warm and tidy. In fact, it was very warm as the heating control was set to 27 degrees (and the wrong day), a little excessive even for me!
The weather was particularly good from arrival and we decided we would take our breakfast coffee outside and sit in the sun at the front of the house. Unfortunately, it was nigh on impossible to relax or hold a conversation due to the noise coming from the work being carried out on Kingairloch House. Not just one, but several power tools all in use outside at the same time, workmen talking over the tools and right next to ou...more