Ardintigh Bay, Loch Nevis, Mallaig, PH41 4AB

Absolute Ownership (Freehold)

Offers Over £700,000

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Offers Over £700,000

An extremely rare opportunity to purchase a spectacular coastal property on the heavenly shores of Loch Nevis on the North Morar Peninsula.

Fort William 47 miles, Glasgow 155 miles, Edinburgh 185 miles

Ferry and rail connections at Mallaig, 7 miles to the west.

Ardintigh Bay represents a unique lifestyle or business opportunity with stunning sea and mountain views combined with a rare degree of privacy hard to find elsewhere on mainland Britain. A truly remarkable location, from which to enjoy some of the very best that Scotland’s north west coast has to offer.

• Approximately 8 acres in total; including garden ground, grazings and amenity woodland

• Traditional two-bedroom stone-built cottage

• Jock’s Lodge, a two-storey timber framed building housing a fully equipped kitchen and spacious dining and recreation room, with shower and toilet facilities

• Additional accommodation for up to twenty-four guests spread across five timber lodges

• Stunning sea views across Loch Nevis with Knoydart and the Cuillin mountains beyond

• Accessible only on foot or by boat

• Excellent sea access, pier and mooring

• Private hydro scheme

• Development potential

• Very good 4G Mobile Signal and Wifi


Lying to the east of Mallaig, Loch Nevis is a sea loch which extends westwards from Camusrory and opens out into the Sound of Sleat, opposite the Isle of Skye. Accessible only by boat or on foot, a passenger ferry runs from Mallaig, calling at the hamlets of Inverie and nearby Tarbet.

There are seven buildings which include Ardintigh cottage, Jock’s Lodge and five additional Lodges along with three outbuildings and a stone ruin with development potential, subject to securing the requisite planning permissions thereon. The property extends to 8 acres including grazings, amenity woodland, jetty and has sea loch frontage to approximately 500 metres of coastline (to Mean High Water Springs). The mooring and mini scallop ranch are available by separate negotiation.



Ardintigh cottage is a quaint and cosy one and a half storey traditional stone and lime cottage with a pitched timber framed slate covered roof. On the ground floor the main entrance leads into the hall with access straight ahead to the family bathroom with the living room on the right and kitchen/dining room to the left. The living room has large dual aspect windows taking in the magnificent panorama of Knoydart and Loch Nevis to the north while providing a continually evolving picture frame within which to enjoy some of the abundant wildlife passing by to the south. There is an open fireplace with built in back boiler which provides the hot water and central heating. The kitchen and dining room occupy the opposite end of the cottage and are equipped with free-standing wood burning stove with built in back boiler which provides hot water, gas cooker and ample storage and worktop space. Replicating the living room, the kitchen’s dual aspect windows make the most of the magnificent views. Stairs lead to the first-floor landing with direct access to two double bedrooms with built-in wardrobes and a single bedroom snug. The double bedrooms have similarly spectacular views out across the bay.


Stone and timber built over two levels, with wrap-around balcony on the first floor, this unusual building sits just above the high-water mark and is the main building/accommodation block for the bunkhouses.

On the first floor there is a substantial dining/recreation room providing yet more fine views out across the bay. This room can accommodate the full 24 guest compliment that can utilise the centre. The galley kitchen leads off the dining room with two freestanding gas cookers and an abundance of preparation and storage space. The wrap-around balcony allows guests to unwind and enjoy uninterrupted sunsets over the Cuillin mountains on the Isle of Skye.

The ground floor is accessed separately from ground level and houses the centre’s toilet and shower facilities. There is also a large drying room essential for providing sufficient hanging space and shelving to store the centres wet gear.


There are five bunkhouses sleeping between two and six people, each containing bunk beds with lighting and electrical plug points. Timber-framed; with single pane windows, these basic bunkhouses are situated around the property.

There are three outbuildings that serve as the centre’s store, workshop, paint store and woodshed. All buildings are wind and watertight, either timber-built under a felt roof or stone built under a corrugated tin roof.


Ardintigh is powered by its own hydroelectric power supply providing a low carbon footprint. Housed in a stone-built shed under a slate roof, the generator was installed by Tom, who has maintained and repaired the scheme throughout its lifetime. Further details about the scheme can be made available on request, following a viewing and receipt of a formal note of interest.


There is an existing ruin that may have development potential, subject to securing the requisite planning permissions thereon. Sitting on the north western boundary close to the banks of the Loch Nevis, this could provide an additional idyllic site for further accommodation.


Initial discussions with the local planning authority have suggested support for an extension or redevelopment of Ardintigh Cottage, including an annexe for B&B purposes. There is also significant scope to extend and adapt the current buildings to make Ardintigh a truly exceptional property.


Strictly by prior arrangement with the Selling Agent. Virtual tours are also available via the Bidwells website.

The property can be accessed by chartering a private vessel from Mallaig. A visit would be combined well with a marine safari to appreciate the stunning setting that Ardintigh Bay enjoys.


The property is serviced by bottled gas for cooking, private water supply, septic tank, and electricity generated from the private hydro scheme.


All offers (regardless of whether on a cash or subject to loan finance basis) must be accompanied by a financial reference from a bank/funding source that is acceptable to the sellers. Prospective purchasers will be required to produce identification sufficient to satisfy anti-money laundering regulations and checks against the intended purchaser or nominee together with other documentation that may be required, from time to time, in order to support any conditional offers submitted to the seller. Bidwells LLP accepts no liability of any type arising from your delay or other lack of co-operation in this regard. Failure to provide the requisite AML documentation with offers may result in them not being considered at the closing date or being superseded by an offer which is. We may hold your name on our database unless you instruct us otherwise.

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