Accommodation | Self Catering
Sandholm Cottages are situated in the village of Morar
and have magnificent views overlooking Morar Bay to the islands of Rum and Eigg.
Each cottage is fully equipped and can accommodate 2-4 people.
Both cottages have 2 bedrooms, a bathroom with a shower over the bath,
a lounge/dining area and kitchen.
Heating is electric.
Both cottages have an open fire.
Sorry no pets.
Prices start at £195 per week. Linen and Towels are included. Electricity is charged at cost.
Open for bookings all year.
The 2 cottages are only 5 minutes drive from the famous silver sands (see photos on right).
If you prefer to walk, it only takes 10 minutes to get to Morar Bay where there are acres of sand at low tide. The views are stunning and the sunsets are spectacular.
A birdwatcher's paradise, there are sea eagles golden eagles and even ospreys during migration.
For walkers there are miles of beach at low tide, gentle hills for roaming or serious hill walking for climbers.
You can play golf at Arisaig or hire bicycles near Morar.
There's sea fishing, or a boat and a permit can be arranged for Loch Morar.
There are ferries to Skye and the outer islands from Mallaig (2.5 miles) or cruises to the Small Isles from Arisaig (5 miles) from which you can see a wealth of birdlife, seals and minke whales.
How to get here
From Fort William take the A82 road to Inverness and then turn off onto the A830 to Mallaig (Road to the Isles). Follow this road for approximately 42 miles, staying on the new road through Arisaig and take the 2nd turnoff to the right marked “Morar”, which is about 7 miles from Arisaig. The road bears right and you pass a garage on the right and a school on the left. Sandholm is the 2nd house on the left after the school.
Proprietors Jim and Audrey have lived in Morar for 20 years. Jim is a retired Registrar and Audrey is a retired Carer Worker.
Audrey & Jim MacEachen
Morar PH40 4PA
Tel: (+44)1687 462 592
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