Sleeps: 4 +cot.
Two dogs welcome.
Low season £320 - £490 pw.
High season £500 - £710 pw.
Open all year.
Short breaks available: 3 nights weekends, 4 nights weekdays, only bookable within 2 weeks during high season.
For further details please contact:
Tel and Fax: 01546 850239
Last minute vacancies during weeks:Reload this mapIn a peaceful rural situation, on the owner's working farm, these two cottages stand on their own at the edge of a wood with superb views over Loch Sween and to the beautiful paps of Jura.
20 Dec, 27 Dec
The cottages each have:
- A double room and a twin-bedded room.
- A kitchen which includes a fridge/freezer, cooker, dishwasher, washer/dryer and microwave oven.
- The spacious living room, incorporating a dining area, has a colour TV/video and DVD, and a wood-effect stove. French doors lead to a patio.
- Bathroom with overbath shower.
- Electric heating.
- Single storey, suitable for infirm and for young children.
- Electricity, bedlinen and towels included.
- Lochgilphead, with shops, supermarket, petrol and other amenities, is 16 miles away.
- There is a pub/restaurant and shop one mile away, (summer season only).
- Discover beautiful Mid Argyll, rich in history and archaeology. Kilmartin Glen 15 miles.
- Explore the wonderful scenery of Knapdale and enjoy its abundant bird and other wildlife, including deer, seals and otters. If you are lucky you may even see a red squirrel, osprey, eagle or dolphin.
- Take the opportunity to view the newly re-introduced beavers in Knapdale Forest.
- Numerous woodland and seashore walks. Crinan Canal 10 miles.
- Lots of cycling opportunities on country roads and forest trails.
- Visit ancient Castle Sween or the Celtic graveslabs in the chapel at Kilmory.
- Loch Sween is ideal for boating, canoeing etc, with hidden inlets, sandy coves, and islands to discover. there is easy access to the seashore (10 min walk from cottage). The most popular fine sandy beach is at Kilmory (3 miles).
- Boat trips are offered locally and ferries depart from a number of locations in the area.
- Several good restaurants in the area specialising in seafood, venison and the other delicious produce of Argyll. Or stay at 'home' and try some of our own tasty lamb and mutton.
Best of all, sit back and enjoy the peace and tranquillity and do absolutely nothing at all ... some of the best things are right on your doorstep, such as the wild deer and the beautiful sunsets.