The Goirtean is a simple crofter's cottage in Moidart on the extreme West coast of Scotland. It is about a 40-minute drive west of Fort William. The croft is around 400 yards from the sea and looks out onto the Atlantic commanding stunning views of the Inner Hebrides, particularly the southern tip of Skye and the islands of Rhum, Eigg and Muck. 

The Goirtean is great for those who want to escape from the pressures of life and enjoy a week or two of tranquillity surrounded by magnificent scenery.  Access to the cottage is via a footpath that is tricky in places and involves some moderately steep climbs and descents.

It is an excellent centre for exploring this part of Scotland - the Road to the Isles, Fort William and Mallaig, Glenfinnan, the Moidart and Ardnamurchan peninsulas as well as visits to the islands. One can simply relax "at home" and just potter about, or perhaps take a picnic to a nearby sandy beach, walk along the largely deserted coast and look out for the abundant local wildlife, including deer, seals and otters.