Oban 15 miles.
A stylish end-terrace 19th century stone cottage located on Easdale, the smallest permanently inhabited island in the Inner Hebrides, 15 miles south of Oban.
Tastefully renovated and decorated throughout, this delightful cottage is an ideal retreat either for enjoying the tranquillity of this undeveloped island or as a base for exploring the beautiful and historic Argyll mainland.
This cottage has three bedrooms, the main double being on the ground floor and a further first floor double and twin.
The open plan living area at this cottage is well equipped and has a fitted kitchen, dining area and cosy sitting room with French doors, plus outside is an enclosed south-facing walled garden.
Easdale offers a peaceful getaway as no cars are allowed with access to the island via a five minute ferry crossing.
Stroll along the shore, visit the Folk Museum or climb the hill to admire spectacular views of the Firth of Lorn and surrounding islands.
The lively town of Oban is close by and well worth a day trip, plus on your way, you will cross the 200 year old 'Bridge Over the Atlantic'.
A delightful Easdale cottage offering an ideal place to relax.
Three bedrooms: 1 x ground floor double, 1 x double, 1 x twin. Bathroom with bath, separate shower, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area.
About the location
Fort William 45 miles; Glasgow 95 miles.
The bustling town of Oban rests amidst the picturesque hills surrounding Oban Bay, on the stunning west coast of Scotland and offers an abundance of bars and restaurants catering for all tastes and budgets. The town's beautiful streets are awash with a wide choice of shops and boutiques, whilst the Oban Distillery is easily accessible occupying a central position within the town centre. Take a trip to the Scottish Sealife Sanctuary situated on Loch Creran, offering crystal clear waters inhabited by a variety of enchanting marine creatures. The tiny Isle of Lismore is just a short ferry ride away, boasting a wealth of wild flowers and home to 130 differing species of birdlife, whilst the Isles of Mull and Iona are a great location for a day trip. An ideal base for a unique and unforgettable holiday.