Sykes rating 7 Guests 4 Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms Pets No Features Off road parking Ground floor accommodation Ground floor bedroom Open fire Garden / Patio Washing machine Broadband / WiFi Summary Four bedrooms: 1 x ground-floor super-king-size with en-suite walk-in shower, basin and WC, 1 x double with en-suite bath, shower over, basin and WC, 1 x twin, 1 x single Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC Cloakroom Open-plan living space with kitchen, dining and sitting area with woodburning stove Utility Ground source underfloor heating Electric oven and induction hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, tumble dryer TV with DVD player, WiFi Initial basket of Fuel and fair usage of electricity incl, in rent Bed linen and towels inc. in rent Ample off-road parking Patio with furniture and barbecue and lawned garden Sorry, no pets and no smoking Shop 2.3 miles, pub 0.7 miles The property Kilmelford 2.3 miles. Nestled on the coast in Melfort, close to Kimleford, Argyll & Bute, sits this spacious, detached home, Fearnach Bay House. Boasting stunning views, off-road parking and a high quality finish, Fearnach Bay House ticks all the boxes for an exceptional family base, with easy access to the stunning Loch Melfort and the quaintness of the Argyll countryside. Step into a flagstone entrance hall where you can leave your boots and coats before continuing inside. The open-plan living space is uplifted by natural lighting, boasting a lovely sitting area with two sofas facing a woodburning stove and TV, ideal for cosy nights in. A large bay window provides an outlook to the loch, whilst the dining area is perfect for hosting mealtimes together. The head chef can take over the kitchen, fitted with all the necessities for a week away, whilst the adjacent utility room features a washing machine and tumble dryer for your laundry needs. Those with limited mobility can pick the ground-floor super-king-size bedroom, benefitting from an en-suite shower room with wheelchair access throughout the entire ground floor of the house. Venture upstairs to the first floor landing, with a secluded seating area where you can relax with a book. Choose from a double bedroom with en-suite shower, a twin and single, all with glorious views to the loch. Completing the interior is the family bathroom, providing choice of bath or shower over. The property sits within generous grounds, with several patio areas with furniture and a barbecue for grilled feasts on a warm day. Wander down to to Loch Melfort for beautiful scenery and excellent fishing opportunities (spinning rods provided), or head to nearby Kilmelford to find your nearest amenities, including a village store for stocking up on the essentials and a Cuilfail pub Bistro for when you fancy eating out. Head to the National Trust Arduaine Garden, boasting a renowned collection of flowers and wildlife, Venture further afield to the town of Oban, where you can sample fine Scottish whisky at the Oban Distillery, visit the Oban War & Peace Museum and explore the Heritage Site of Dunollie Museum, Castle and grounds. Escape to this idyllic Scottish region with a break at Fearnach Bay House. Note: This property has a Good Housekeeping bond of £450. View on map About the location KILMELFORD Arduaine 3.9 miles Craobh Haven 6.7 miles Oban 15.4 miles The village of Kilmelford is situated near the coast of Argyll and Bute, Scotland. Home to an amply stocked general store and post office, along with The Cuilfail Hotel, a place hosting a bistro & pub, Kilmelford is a peaceful base for an adventure in this gorgeous part of the Scottish countryside and coast. Visitors can find a nearby boat yard that adjoins the beautiful waters of Loch Melfort, where sailing and fishing can be enjoyed. The village also backs onto two smaller, idyllic lakes, Loch nan Druimnean and Loch a' Phearsain, for those seeking a quiet and peaceful afternoon outing. Points of interest near Kilmelford for guests consist of: the stunning Arduaine Gardens that can be found in the welcoming hamlet of Arduaine, the hisotric wonder of Clachan Bridge, Kilmartin Glen with its prehistoric landmarks, Craobh watersports in Argyll and the tucked away cave of An Sithean. The lively town of Oban isn't far and is home to a ferry port, providing guests with links to the surrounding isles, including Barra and the Isle of Mull.