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With an interesting and historical story behind it, this traditional West Highland farmhouse enjoys some of the best views in Lochaber, with a direct outlook on to Ben Nevis and Loch Linnhe.
Decorated to a very high standard, with every possible amenity, the exceptionally comfortable house has three twin bedrooms and three bathrooms (two en-suite, a sitting room with an open log fire (a quota of logs is included) and a kitchen/dining room. Other advantages are a drying cupboard (for outdoor clothing), a telephone, TV, DVD and CD players. There's a dishwasher, a washing machine, a tumble drier, a microwave and a fridge freezer, as well as full central heating and double glazing. A cot or Z-bed can be provided by arrangement.
In 1745, the site was the home of the standard bearer to Lochiel (Clan Cameron Chieftain) during the Jacobite Rebellion of 'Bonnie Prince Charlie'. The standard was found at the turn of the century, hidden in one of the old buildings here where it had lain since the rebels' defeat at Culloden Moor. It now has pride of place at Achnacarry Castle, home of the present Lochiel.
Also available to book along with Coruanan - and thus suitable for large groups - Druimarbin