Lochside Lodges offers self catering accommodation located in Creran Moorings, Barcaldine near Oban in Argyll. In the bay in front of the lodges are moorings which are leased on a seasonal basis to yacht owners who come to sail on some of the best cruising waters in Europe.
Pine Lodge has a bright airy Scandinavian feel. The views over the loch are stunning.
The sitting room has nice comfy chairs to help you relax and unwind. The patio doors open onto an enclosed balcony which is a great place to sit and watch the spectacular sun sets.
The entrance hall has plenty of hanging space and storage for clothes etc. Opening off this area is the shower-room with w.c. and wash hand basin.
Green Lodge is modern and light, decorated in cool greens with just a hint of Campbell tartan.
The Sitting room has an extra big window to take advantage of the won…
Inverawe provides the perfect holiday location to unwind. Set at the foot of Ben Cruachan, the holiday cottages are surrounded by beech and oak woods with spectacular views over the River Awe or the mountain itself.
All the cottages are warm and cosy, with wood burning stoves. All are fully equipped to ensure a comfortable and pleasurable stay. All well behaved dogs are welcome.
Step out into a paradise of wildlife, while enjoying the peace and tranquility of the many walks and woods.
With the Inverawe Smokery and Fisheries on your doorstep, you can, not only enjoy the delicious smoked products from the shop, but can go fishing early or late to fit in with everyone’s plans.
The trout lochs and salmon fishing ensure all fishermen will be happy, and for those who can’t fish, a lesson in fly fishing with Phil or Robert will get you started on a life-long hobby – it’s never too l…
Port Righ Cottage lies in the grounds of Dunvalanree hotel, in an unrivalled position just yards from the shore at Port Righ, a small hamlet on its own at the edge of Carradale. The cottage is furnished and decorated to a very high standard and with the wood burning stove in the lounge makes a restful retreat to return to after a day exploring.
The cottage is designed for two, (plus baby if you have one). On one floor the accommodation comprises: lounge with beamed ceiling and wood burning stove in surround, open plan to a small kitchen and dining area, one double bedroom and shower.
On the Carradale side of Kintyre, the coastline is dramatic and rugged and boasts a number of walks. Carradale is a charming little village with a local store and a choice of restaurants (Dunvalanree, a Taste of Scotland restaurant is very handy) for food as well as bustling little harbour, a 9-hole go…
Ballivicar Farm Cottages are 3 rural self catering holiday homes that are located on a family run farm just outside of Port Ellen on the Isle of Islay. We are in a great location for people who want to escape to the countryside and are only a short journey from the rest of Argyll, Bute and The Islands.
Our Scottish farm is a wonderful place for children as there are many farmyard animals to see. Pony trekking is available from the farm and we can cater for riders of all ability and of any age. The rides can be from 1 to 2 hours depending on the riders’ expertise and horse’s fitness.
The Chougherie has two bedrooms (one double bed and one twin), lounge/living area, open plan kitchen and separate bathroom.
The Hayloft has one bedroom (twin beds), large living area, open plan kitchen and en suite bathroom.
The Bothy has one bedroom (twin beds), living area, open plan kitchen …
South Knapdale Cottages consists of 2 cottages at Kilberry, near Tarbert in Argyll.
Tigh Ban Cottage: This is a whitewashed cottage in a glorious situation. From this coast there are truly breath taking views across the Sound of Jura to the island of Jura itself and to Islay beyond.
Inside the cottage has been renovated to a high standard and makes a lovely hideaway for two people. The open plan living area has a dramatic, exposed stone wall in the seating area with its wood burning stove recessed into it and patio doors that lead out to the rear garden and flood the room with light.
The kitchen area is well equipped and beautifully fitted with a door leading out to the side of the house. The beautiful wood flooring throughout the living area bears witness to the quality of the cottage and there is underfloor heating to keep it cosy.
The bedroom, with its elegant light and a…
Tyndrum Holiday Cottages offer self catering accommodation located close to the village of Crianlarich in Stirling. There are a total of three self catering cottages to choose from all available for weekly rents or short breaks. A perfect base for exploring the Loch Lomond National Park.
Burnbrae Cottage - This holiday cottage sleeps up to six people with one family room with a double bed and single bed and another bedroom with bunk beds. The bunk bed room has en suite facilities and the family room has use of the main bathroom where there is a shower, wash basin and WC. The kitchen is fully equipped with a cooker, fridge/freezer, kettle, toaster, microwave, tumble dryer and washing machine. The living/dining room has a TV, DVD player and comfortable seating. This holiday cottage also has a fenced back garden with a picnic table and benches.
Inverherive Cottage - This self caterin…
Located on the shores of Loch Melfort on the West Coast of Scotland, Ardenstur Estate offers comfortable stone built cottages set in an idyllic location. A dog walker’s dream, our accommodation is set in 150 acres of natural woodland, coastline, headland and bays. Choose between stunning hill walks with spectacular views or gentle meanders along cobbled beaches. Here wildlife thrives: many different types of birds, red and roe deer, otters and seals are often seen by our visitors.
Tucked away in the surrounding hills, there are several fresh water lochs including Loch An Coire. This is a private loch on the estate which is available for our angling guests as is sea fishing on the shoreline of Loch Melfort. Here is your opportunity to relax and enjoy the natural landscape of Ardenstur Estate.
Loch Melfort is one of the series of many sea lochs along the western seaboard of Scotland…
Situated in prime position in Tobermory on the Isle of Mull, Ulva House looks out over spectacular, uninterrupted views of Tobermory Harbour, the Sound of Mull and the mountains beyond. Ulva House was built in 1864 in the conservation area of upper Tobermory and provides an ideal base from which to explore the island and a quiet place to relax away from the traffic and more populated areas.
A fine Victorian house, which is also the home of owners Michael and Jacqueline Asher, Ulva House has extensive grounds and outstanding views over Tobermory Bay, the Sound of Mull and the Morvern hills – but only 4 minutes walk from Tobermory sea front with its pubs, shops and restaurants. Ulva House provides an ideal base from which to explore the island and a quiet place to relax away from the traffic and more populated areas.
The Cottage: This lovely detached old stone cottage, formerly the …