Benderloch 8 miles.
A semi-detached cottage located in the hamlet of Bonawe, on the north shore of Loch Etive in Argyllshire.
An ideal base for couples, families or friends looking for a quiet retreat in the middle of truly spectacular scenery.
A lovely cottage providing modern accommodation with two comfortable bedrooms upstairs, one of which is a super king-size double that can be set up as a twin if desired, the other a king-size double.
Downstairs is a bathroom, a sitting room with a dining area, which has a fantastic view over the loch, and a kitchen with a door to the rear garden.
Relax in the garden with a refreshing drink and enjoy dining alfresco using the BBQ, whilst enjoying amazing south-facing views across Loch Etive, or enjoy fishing from your very own back garden.
The local area is ideal for walking, cycling or fishing, and if you are feeling more adventurous then try swimming or kayaking on Loch Etive.
The village of Benderloch is eight miles away and has a grocer and a cafe, with several hotels and restaurants within a short drive.
There are many attractions in the surrounding areas with the bustling town of Oban only 14 miles away offering an interesting and busy day out, as well as ferry crossings to the Inner Hebrides visiting Iona, Mull, Jura, Coll and Tiree.
A fabulous cottage to be enjoyed at any time of the year.
Two bedrooms: 1 x super king-size double (zip/link, can be twin on request), 1 x king-size double. Ground floor bathroom with bath, separate shower, basin and WC. Kitchen. Sitting room with dining area.
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.