Nestled between woodlands, wildlife, mountains and the shores of Loch Leven, Bishop’s Bay Luxury Self Catering Cottage enjoys a special place in her surroundings and offers an ideal base, discovering Glencoe, Ben Nevis, Fort William, the Mamores and many other adventures.
Bishop’s Bay Cottage is ideally located to explore this magnificent area. From Mallaig in the North through Fort William and to Ardnarmurchan across the Corran Ferry. To the south is Glencoe and the road beside Loch Linnhe past the Isle of Lismore to Oban.
This luxury self catering cottage is a carefully designed new build hideaway set on 2 acres of privately owned land. It stretches from the top of the B863 down to Loch Leven surrounded by woodland, wildlife and our own bubbling burn, at the mouth of Loch Leven. You will also be spoilt for choice of activities almost on your doorstep.
Our playground boasts of breathtaking scenery and the legendary history of Glencoe and Loch Leven. We are situated in LOCHABER, the Outdoor Capital of the UK, presenting an array of mountains, activities and adventures to explore. Fort William, Ben Nevis, the Pap of Glencoe and many Munros are some of the landmarks close to us.
Learn landscape photography while you are here or lose yourself in the galleries all around.
For the explorer in you – dig deeper into the core of the rocks, visiting the areas around Lochaber Geopark
“A touch of Africa in Scotland” – a question I often get when guests have stayed over – so I thought to share some insight with you.
Decorating Bishop’s Bay Cottage was a labour of love of two South African friends, Juanita and myself. Originally, the cottage was storage to a shipment of furniture from S.A., destined for a property my husband and I were to occupy. This move took so long, that Juanita and I decided to make use of the windfall to decorate Bishop’s Bay Cottage with some of the prized African goods, creating a ‘Home Away from Home’ for guests to enjoy in luxury. I hope your enjoyment staying in Bishop’s Bay Cottage will be ‘An Out of Africa’ experience too.