Mallaig, Scottish Highlands
Luxurious studio apartments with private balconies and hot tubs on the stunning West Coast of Scotland, perfect for couples.
Please note that the minimum stay for this property is 2 nights
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Set in the charming fishing village of Mallaig on the spectacular West Coast of Scotland, West Highland Hotel is the perfect place to escape from it all. It’s just a short stroll from the train station and the ferry port, making exploring the local area easy, and the hotel enjoys stunning views out to the islands of Skye, Rum and Eigg. The Hot Tub Studios at the hotel are a fantastic option for couples looking for that extra bit of luxury. Each one is a cosy bolthole for two with its own private balcony. After a long day walking in the Highlands, exploring one of the nearby islands or taking in the landscape from a steam train, pour yourself a glass of something and sit back and relax in the hot tub.
Each studio has been beautifully furnished in a contemporary style that feels both cosy and luxurious. The bedroom area has a panelled feature wall painted a deep blue, creating a calming space, inviting you to snuggle up after a busy day exploring. Move through to the living space and you’ll find a big comfy sofa, the perfect spot to put your feet up. There's also a dining area set in front of the doors out onto the balcony so you can enjoy the view as you tuck into breakfast.
There’s a well-equipped kitchenette with everything you’ll need to whip up simple meals or just get you started in the mornings if you’d prefer to dine out. The private balcony is a lovely spot to sit and enjoy a cup of coffee in the morning as you soak up a bit of the scenery. In the evenings, help your legs recover from a long walk along the coast with a dip in the hot tub as you watch the sunset.
Mallaig is a picturesque fishing village, surrounded by the stunning natural beauty of the Highlands and enjoys views out to the nearby islands. You can hop on a boat and take a tour of Skye, Rum and Eigg and you might be lucky enough to spot seals or even whales and dolphins along the way. You might prefer to head to nearby Loch Morar, Scotland’s deepest freshwater loch, and go for a beautiful walk along its shores. There are other trails to explore, including the Silver Walk or the Coastal Trail which will reward you with more fantastic views. Harry Potter fans won’t want to miss a ride on the Jacobite Steam Train over the famous Glenfinnan Viaduct and recreate scenes from the films. There are also some great seafood restaurants, welcoming pubs and cosy cafes in the village, so you’ll have plenty of options if you don’t feel like cooking.
November - March £225 per night
April - October £265 per night
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