Kilmartin 12 miles.
A delightful, single-storey, detached cottage in the owners' grounds, just a ten minute walk from the shores of Loch Awe in the village of Eredine, 12 miles from Kilmartin.
This lovely, spacious property is tastefully furnished with a modern, well-equipped kitchen, a woodburner and a large decked area overlooking a woodland garden, complete with burn (stream), perfect for alfresco dining!
The glorious setting of Loch Awe, the longest inland loch in Scotland, provides excellent walking, fishing (free fishing permit provided), cycling and wildlife, plus guests benefit from having private access to the loch frontage, a picnic area and a jetty.
Kilmartin offers a shop, pub and museum, plus visit the town of Lochgilphead, the village of Inveraray, home to the Duke and Duchess of Argyll, or take a boat trip around the islands, many with castles and graveyards to explore, in the Firth of Lorn.
A great holiday base, any time of year!
All ground floor. Three bedrooms: 1 x twin, 2 x double (one with en-suite shower, basin & WC). Bathroom with bath, shower, basin & WC. Fitted kitchen. Dining room with doors to decked area. Sitting room with woodburner.
About the location
Crinan 7 miles; Lochgilphead 8 miles; Tarbert 21 miles; Oban 30 miles.
The village of Kilmartin sits at the heart of Kilmartin Glen, one of the most important prehistoric sites on the Scottish mainland. In the area there are rock carvings, standing stones, burial cairns and the remains of the Iron-Age fort at Dunadd, the home of the first kings of Scotland. Kilmartin is home to a church, Post Office, shop, pub, a castle and the Kilmartin House Museum with visitor centre next door, housing a café and a shop selling local crafts. The town of Lochgilphead is eight miles away, offering a good selection of cafes and small shops selling a range of goods, foods and crafts, while the village of Inveraray, home to the Duke and Duchess of Argyll, is within driving distance. Close by is Crinan Canal, which is surrounded by the stunning scenery of Argyll and Bute. From end to end the canal is nine miles long, and its sheltered waters make it an ideal place for beginners and the more experienced paddlers to explore. There are beautiful walks to be enjoyed throughout the area from Kilmichael Forest, to those at Port Ann and Dunardry and up over the hill from the stoney beach at Crinan Ferry, from where you can look out over Jura and north towards Mull. A trip to the Scottish Beaver Trail in Knapdale Forest also provides a fun family day out, plus the fishing village of Tarbert gives you superb access to all the ferry points across Kintyre that travel to Gigha, Arran, Islay and Portavadie.