Eshaness is a luxury self catering house tucked away on it’s own grounds in the picturesque village of Arisaig.

Winter Offers……Nov/ Dec / Jan / Feb. Relax in the hot tub and watch the Winter sunsets!

2 guests….2 nights….£300         3 nights…….£390

3-6 guests….2 nights…..£390     3 nights…….£500

Eshaness is the perfect location for exploring the delights of the local area of Arisaig and further afield are the islands of Skye, the Small Isles, the Knoydart Peninsula and Ardnamurchan (Britain’s most westerly point.)

Arisaig and the surrounding area is famous for it’s beautiful white sandy beaches and stunning views across to Eigg, Rum and Skye.

Eshaness was architecturally designed with featured windows to maximise the amazing views across Arisaig Bay to the Scurr of Eigg and peaks of Rum. It was built during the summer of 2011. The main feature internally is the beautiful natural stone chimney which reaches up to the cathedral ceiling and incorporates a sundial. It is a delight in the evenings to relax and watch the setting sun sliding behind the islands.

Eshaness is situated on a croft with ponies and hens nearby and is only a 5 minute walk into Arisaig village.

The village has a well stocked shop, post office and the local hotels and cafes provide lunch and evening meals.

During the summer, take a trip on the MV Sheerwater from Arisaig Boatyard out to the islands of Eigg, Rum and Muck with regular sightings of porpoises and whales. Traigh Golf Course is also nearby, situated by the beaches.

from-seaThere is so much to do from the front door of Eshaness without having to get in the car! You can walk or cycle to explore the Rhu Peninsula with its fantastic views and abundance of wildlife including deer, otters, buzzards and seals. The Larrochmore Gardens make for an enjoyable walking experience no matter what time of year and are particularly delightful in springtime. There is also a great opportunity for open water swimming in the bay.

Eshaness is also the perfect location for launching kayaks into Arisaig Bay and exploring the Skerries of Luinga just outside the bay.

Sorry no pets