Benderloch 2.5 miles.
A delightful detached wooden chalet, in a secluded location on the banks of Loch Etive, near the village of Benderloch on Scotland's dramatic west coast.
All ground floor and with spectacular open views over the loch, this cottage near Benderloch is ideal for those seeking the tranquillity of a lochside retreat.
The accommodation in your Scotland cottage is open plan, featuring a double bed, a fitted kitchen and a shower room.
There is a separate sitting area to the front of the property, with doors opening outside to a decked area with furniture.
A private jetty opening onto Loch Etive is available for your use - ideal to fish from and to keep your boat in the water while you enjoy your Scotland cottage, plus there is a local Marina available to launch and recover.
Imagine relaxing next to the loch on a fine summer's evening with a glass of wine, after a day spent exploring the wonderfully scenic area around your Scotland cottage.
As well as superb fishing, this area to the north of Oban offers excellent walking and cycling.
The village of Benderloch has a general store as well as a bar and a couple of restaurants, while Oban is only 7 miles to the south of your holiday home, boasting a whole host of amenities including the Oban Distillery.
If you're looking for something a bit different on the beautiful west coast of Scotland, this charming holiday retreat is one you'll want to return to, time and again.
All ground floor. Open plan studio accommodation with double bed, fitted kitchen and sitting/dining area. Separate sitting room. Shower room with shower, basin and WC. Front doors open onto lawned area and private jetty.
About the location
Oban 7 miles.
The village of Benderloch lies on the north side of Loch Etive in the West Highlands of Scotland, and forms part of the Lynn of Lorn National Scenic Area. Next to the coast and surrounded by spectacular scenery and views, Benderloch is served by a general store and two restaurants and also boasts a Sea Life Sanctuary, Nature Reserve and forest walks. A short drive north is Castle Stalker, dramatically rising out of the water and well worth a visit, while Ardchattan Priory Garden, dating back to the 13th century, has neutral soil and a temperate climate, which allow many fascinating species to grow. With the busy town of Oban only 7 miles to the south and the Inner Hebrides only a ferry ride away, there is much to see and do in this beautiful part of Scotland.