Dalmally 3 miles.
A charming, detached 19th century cottage, surrounded by the tranquil beauty of Glen Orchy near Dalmally in the Highlands of Scotland.
Fully refurbished throughout and providing quality accommodation, this Dalmally cottage is perfect for family or friends looking for a quiet break amongst stunning scenery.
Set on the ground floor with views across the glen to the River Orchy and the mountains beyond, this Dalmally self-catering cottage has one double bedroom, one twin and a single.
The sitting room of this Dalmally cottage is centred around a cosy open fire, while the well-equipped kitchen has a dining area and a step down to the utility and bathroom at the rear of the property.
A small porch at the front of this Dalmally cottage is a pleasant place to relax and drink in the views.
Also at the front of this Dalmally cottage and across the glen road is a lawned area with a bench, so you can sit and revel in your own private Highland glen.
There is additional space at the rear of this Dalmally cottage to sit out and enjoy the surrounding scenery or perhaps spot some of the local wildlife such as red deer, red squirrels and osprey.
The superb location of this Dalmally cottage is ideal for both a relaxing break and an energetic one, with fishing on the River Orchy or nearby Loch Awe, and excellent walking in the hills of Glen Orchy itself, with its spectacular waterfalls.
Just 4.5 miles away is Dalmally Golf Club, set in a tranquil location with beautiful views.
A wonderful Dalmally cottage, offering a superb break at any time of the year.
All ground floor. Three bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x twin, 1 x single. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Kitchen with dining area. Utility. Sitting room with open fire.
About the location
Tyndrum 11 miles; Oban 27 miles.
The village of Dalmally, on the road between Tyndrum and Oban in Argyll and Bute, probably began life as a settlement to provide for the nearby Kilchurn Castle, established in the mid 15th century by the 1st Lord of Glenorchy, Sir Colin Campbell. Through many generations, the Campbells vied with the earls of Argyll for dominance in this region and the castle was only abandoned in the 18th century. The modern village of Dalmally has a shop, Post Office and a hotel as well as Glenorchy parish church, with its octagonal design. There's also a nine hole parkland golf course, set just behind the village and Loch Awe, offering a very scenic and peaceful place to practice your swing. The renowned Gaelic poet Duncan Ben MacIntyre was born in the area, and a walk up forested hills brings you to his monument, as well as spectacular views of Loch Awe and the surrounding mountains. Its location makes the village an ideal base for touring the spectacular scenery nearby. Visit Loch Awe and its ruined castle, and nearby Ben Cruachan is not only a fabulous walk but also houses the Cruachan power station, where visitors can tour the hollowed-out mountain. Oban is a short drive away with ferries to the Western Isles, or take a drive through awe-inspiring Glen Coe. Dalmally is surrounded by sublime scenery, making it a wonderful base for your next Scottish getaway.