Taynuilt 1 mile.
A charming, detached chalet cottage set close to the owners’ own home in a hamlet near Taynuilt in the beautiful region of Argyllshire.
Fully-refurbished to provide excellent accommodation, this Taynuilt cottage is the ideal romantic retreat for couples wishing to explore this beautiful part of Scotland.
Set solely over the ground floor, this Argyllshire chalet has a king-size double bedroom and a stylish bathroom featuring a corner hydrotherapy bath, as well as a walk-in shower.
There is a compact but well-equipped kitchen at this cottage near Taynuilt, and a spacious sitting room boasting a cosy woodburning stove with French doors opening onto the rear decked patio, which leads down a few steps where you can enjoy a glass of wine as you reminisce about the day's adventures.
Just a short distance from this Argyllshire cottage is the village of Taynuilt with its pleasing collection of shops, tea rooms, a Post Office and hotel.
The surrounding scenery makes this Taynuilt cottage a delight for walkers and cyclists.
Visit the hollowed out Ben Cruachan and the spectacular power station nestled within Oban is not far away and can be used as a starting point for visiting the beautiful Inner Hebrides.
Surrounded by stunning scenery with so much to see and do, this delightful cottage near Taynuilt is the ideal base for a country getaway.
All ground floor. One king-size double bedroom. Bathroom with hydrotherapy bath, separate shower, basin and WC. Kitchen with dining area. Sitting room with woodburning stove.
About the location
Oban 12 miles.
The small attractive village of Taynuilt is situated 12 miles from the bustling town of Oban, known as the 'Gateway to the Isles'. Taynuilt sits on the southern shore of Loch Etive, in the shadow of the towering munro of Ben Cruachan. This peaceful village boasts a Post Office, pub, hairdresser, newsagent, butcher, grocer, Robin's Nest tea rooms and a 9 hole golf course. The area is a haven for hill walkers and nature lovers, with its spectacular scenery and the beauty of Loch Etive with its cruises taking you down to Connel to see the stunning tidal Fall of Lora.