Lochgilphead 6 miles.
This charming, detached cottage is situated in the owners' grounds in secluded woodland near Lochgilphead in Kilmichael Glen, in the beautiful region of Argyllshire.
The owners of this cottage are members of and have a Silver Award from Green Tourism and have designed this delightful holiday home to be technology free in order to maximise the tranquil nature of its surroundings.
Ideal for couples wishing to escape everyday life and relax in the beautiful coastal scenery of Argyll, this cottage is free from TV and WiFi.
There is a double bedroom upstairs with a attached bathroom, and a second WC on the ground floor.
The comfortable, open plan living accommodation features a kitchen, a dining area and a sitting area with a double futon and looks out through French doors to the shared front patio and beyond to the trees and hills.
Outside you can sit and drink in the country atmosphere.
Walk through seven acres of woodland surrounding the property, fish for trout in the nearby river or simply relax with a drink and enjoy the antics of the free ranging chickens.
Kilmichael Glen is ideal for walking and cycling, boasting some of the best scenery on Scotland’s beautiful west coast.
With the Crinan Canal and Croabh Haven both a short drive away, it is an excellent location for sailing and watersports.
The hamlet of Bridgend has a pub and restaurant, while the bustling town of Lochgilphead has a full range of facilities.
A delightful holiday cottage making a wonderful base for exploring Scotland’s west coast all year round.
One double bedroom. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Ground floor basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with double futon. Utility.
About the location
Kilmartin Glen 5 miles; Crinan 7 miles; Kilmartin 8.5 miles; Inverary 24 miles; Oban 37 miles.
Located at the top end of Loch Gilp, which opens from the much larger Loch Fyne, the town of Lochgilphead was originally designed as a planned town. Founded towards the end of the 18th century and following on from the opening of the road from Inverary to Campbeltown, Lochgilphead grew and developed after the nearby Cinan Canal was opened, thus improving connectivity across the peninsula. Today Lochgilphead is a popular tourist spot with a variety of shops cafes and bars. The surrounding scenery on all sides is beautiful and there are many scenic drives to be had to Inverary with its jail and castle and Crinan with the famous canal. Kilmartin Glen is one of Scotland’s richest landscapes with over 800 historic monuments, cairns, standing stones and circles, and rock art dating back over 5000 years! Visit the Kilmartin museum, an internationally acclaimed archaeology museum and uncover the areas mesmerising history. Lochgilphead and the surrounding area also play host to many festivals throughout the year and whether your preference is for music, food or Highland games, there will be something for everyone here.