Glen Coe - that most famous, or infamous, of Scottish glens retains its haunting air even on the sunniest of days. With some of the most dramatic and spectacular scenery Scotland has to offer, it is easy to understand why visitors flock here to walk, climb, ski in winter or simply stand in wonder and admire.
Carsaig is isolated, lovely, and the cottage was clean and comfortable. I recommend it: we certainly had fun as a couple with a (very excited) 3 year old! Mull gorgeous. Drive over to Carsaig fine as long as you're careful. Bring food, wellie boots/walking shoes and be prepared for changing weather. But we had sun almost the whole week - and felt lucky for it.
A lovely cottage in a beautiful location. Hosts most helpful as we had tochange dates due to last minute change in Covid restrictions.
Downside was poor internet connction . Couldnt get radio or T.V despite satellite dish.
There is a dishwasher,which is great ,but number of plates and cutlery needs to be increased to reflect this.