Sheltered between Ardnamurchan and the Isle of Mull with panoramic sea views, Drimnin Estate sits in 7000 acres at the western tip of the little-known Morvern peninsula. At the end of the public road, undisturbed by traffic it is a haven for wildlife and one of Scotland’s best kept secrets. Offering self-catering cottage holidays and B&B accommodation, you are welcome to roam the rugged coastline, ancient woodland and heather moorland. It is ideal for those who love nature and solitude.
Cosy cottages are set apart, either nestled in ancient Caledonian Oak woods , adjoining the grandeur of Drimnin House and garden, or set on the slopes above with breathtaking panoramic scenery along the Sound of Mull. The cottages come fully equipped, bills included as are the logs for the wood burning stoves. A complementary welcome tray awaits your arrival and Estate meat (beef, lamb, venison subject to avail) can be pre-ordered or purchased during your stay. Dog friendly.
Free unlimited Wi-Fi, free cycle hire, free brown trout fishing for guests. Stroll to St Columba's Chapel (site of the demolished Drimnin castle), the Hayman Gallery and the Ncn'ean Distillery, take the local passenger water taxi to Tobermory (once a week in summer) or go by car to Mull (Lochaline-Fishnish regular ferry service).