This is a charming terraced cottage in the quiet coastal village of Carradale on the Kintyre Peninsula in Scotland’s beautiful Argyllshire.
A lovely cottage, it is perfect for families or friends wishing to explore this beautiful part of the country.
The sitting room has a traditional open fire which enhances the traditional cottage feel of this property.
The refurbished kitchen has a breakfast bar and a door to the rear access path and the shared sloped garden and patio.
There are two bedrooms with a double king-size bedroom on the ground floor whilst on the first floor is a twin room with a single sofa bed, together with family shower room.
Outside this delightful cottage is a shared garden which has a raised seating area and furniture, giving you the chance to relax and unwind after a day spent exploring this beautiful peninsula.
Across the road from the cottage is the village bakery and store and also a hotel.
A short stroll brings you to the traditional harbour with stunning views across to Arran.
Why not spend a day at the stunning beach just over half a mile away, or play the 9-hole golf course with its stunning views?
Enjoy a stroll through the surrounding forests and maybe walk some, or all, of the 87 mile Kintyre Way, spanning the whole peninsula.
A charming coastal holiday cottage, an ideal place for a tranquil getaway.
About the location
Campbeltown 15 miles; Tarbert 24 miles; Lochgilphead 38 miles.
Carradale is a lively fishing village located on the east coast of the Kintyre Peninsula and is a popular resting point on the Kintyre Way. Carradale boasts many forest walks and two lovely beaches one at Carradale Bay and the other at nearby Port Righ. The village is a perfect base for exploring Kintyre as well as the numerous nearby islands of Arran, Gigha, Islay and Jura. The village is 15 miles north of Campbeltown, the Kintyre Peninsula's main town set in a deep bay, sheltered by Davaar Island, which can be reached by foot at low tide by a mile-long causeway, and the beautiful surrounding hills. In its heyday, the town boasted a vast fishing fleet and, allegedly, 34 whisky distilleries! Today, there are two single malts to be sampled in the town, from Glen Scotia and Springbank. Worth a visit are the Campbeltown Heritage Centre, housed in an old church, the Tartan Kirk, a very striking building which provides an interesting insight into its past history, and the 'Wee Picture House', the country's oldest working cinema and an Art Deco treasure! The town also offers a swimming pool and fitness suite. A few miles to the south is The Mull of Kintyre, made famous by Sir Paul McCartney's song, from where you can see the hills of County Antrim, Northern Ireland, only 12 miles away.