Tulla Cottage was built in the early half of the 20th century. Its approximately 5 miles north of the Bridge of Orchy. For those walking the West Highland Way arrangements can be made to be collected from the Bridge of Orchy. Although Tulla is only a few hundred yards from the the A82 it is very tranquil, surrounded by ample wild land and its own burn. Although there are no evening meals at Tulla The Bridge of Orchy Hotel has a lovely menu. We are animal friendly having horses, dogs and cats.
“Lovely lovely host, and highly recommended stop for those walking the West Highland Way. She picked me up from Tyndrum, the town before Bridge of Orchy, as my feet were absolutely too tired to continue. She even bought me dinner, did my laundry, made me breakfast, and drove me halfway to my next stop. As of this writing, there were issues with Wifi, however, that's beyond her control due to the Scottish winter weather affecting her satellite, and something that I'm sure she'll get resolved in short time. She made my walk just that much more memorable in the best way possible.”
We love our cosy , well insulated Shepherds Hut . It has a generous sized single bed with a window view of the old medieval village Barr a Chasteilean and views of Ben Lui and Ben Cruachan at the front . A secluded generous space for one to escape to, surrounded by natural beauty. It has electricity and full tea making facilities and a nice space to sit outside
“Dalmally Railway Station is a real working station, so perfectly situated for travelling the local area without a car, but with a rural feel with mountains on all sides and peace and quiet. Liz and Graham's local knowledge will have you out and about and exploring the best scenery nature can offer. Hospitality is second to none, with nothing too much bother and always there with a hot cup of coffee, or even a lovely Scottish supper of local cheeses, smoked salmon and home made bread on arrival to ease the weariness of travel. The rooms are all uniquely restored from the old victorian railway station, with the mens loos converted to an incredible shower block and some rooms with their own washrooms too. Everything was extremely clean and everything had been thought of to make my stay as comfortable as possible. The hospitality even spread to the station dog Angus, who would come to greet me everyday. Such a character and a local legend. When the weather is too bad to be out and about sit back and enjoy the scenery or help out with the sheep and hens. Plenty to do and see and the perfect writers retreat or hikers rest stop.”
wooden cottage on the west highland way 300 meters past the inveroran hotel where you can get food/drink . . surrounded by mountains and wild life. no shops for 8miles . i am dog friendly. I also work for myself . if need be a bed can be put down for another member of your party. just let you know the cottage is over 140 years old and needs work on it constantly so small things can go wrong but should not be a prob its called rural living. the midges are out(i use smidge)
“We had a great stay at Maurice's cottage. Maurice was a lovely host who went out of his way to accomodate our dietary requests (vegan) for breakfast and even brought in soya milk sachets for coffee and tea. The bedroom was large and cosy with an en suite bathroom and a great view from the window. Maurice is a friendly and kind host who really welcomes you. Highly recommend if you're passing through”