Darroch Beag, is a traditional 19th century cottage, located amidst stunning scenery on the edge of Loch Fyne.
It offers accommodation of a particularly high standard, with oil-fired central heating throughout.
The very comfortable lounge has an open fire satellite TV, radio, DVD, video and cd player as well as a good selection of books and details of places of interest to visit.
The large kitchen and adjoining utility room are fully equipped with electric cooker, fridge, dishwasher, washing machine, tumble drier and microwave.
The bathroom has wc, basin, bath and shower over.
Upstairs is a double and a twin bedded room, both with superb far-reaching views, akin to those from the main rooms downstairs.
Fluffy towels, cosy duvets and crisp bed linen help to set the scene.
It is the perfect holiday hideaway with easy access to the shore, home of seals, otters and many species of birds.
During spring and summer, walk the old shore road and admire the tremendous variety of rhododendrons and azaleas that abound.
The autumn colours are equally superb, making it very difficult to decide on a favourite time of year for your next visit!
For the explorer Inverary, Ardkinglas Woodland Garden, and Benmore Botanic Gardens are on the doorstep, and a little further afield Crinan Canal, Oban, Mull and the Islands, Tarbert, Arran, Bute, Glen Coe, and Fort William to name but a few.
Glasgow is just 1.5 hours by car and Edinburgh 2 hours.
Question - What could be more breathtaking than staying at Darroch Beag and watching the sea mist vanish off the loch, heralding the beginning of a perfect day? Answer - Watching one of those spectacular sunsets that you want to go on and on!
So, why not discover Loch Fyne and Darroch Beag, chill out and recharge your batteries!