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Low season £380 - £430 pw.
High season £430 - £470 pw.
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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.
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?
- 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.
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!