A cosy 18th century croft cottage in a secluded location, Lilybank Cottage is just a short drive from the nearby village of Kilfinan.
With an open log fire and sea views, this stylishly furnished cottage is perfect for a romantic getaway in the countryside or for families looking for a convenient base to explore the local area.
As well as comfortable and well-appointed double and twin bedrooms, the cottage also has the added benefit of a bright and airy first floor attic space with twin beds, which is ideal for older children and is accessed by a spiral staircase.
A spacious conservatory and wooden-lined sitting room both provide relaxing spaces for the family to enjoy after a busy day out, whether you want to watch some Freeview TV or just enjoy the beautiful views.
Outside there is plenty of parking on the driveway, and the well-kept private garden has a decking terrace and comfortable garden furniture, plus a view over the river which comes alive in the spring when it is covered in bright yellow daffodils.
The wildlife will be on your doorstep, with deer often seen close to the cottage, and you will love the various walks through the stunning countryside, including a path which follows the river at the side of the cottage.
The cottage is also well located to explore the rugged coastline and scenery of the Cowal Peninsula with many outdoor activities a stone’s throw away, such as sailing, fishing and golfing.
This delightful cottage is an ideal location for you to unwind and enjoy the country life in Argyll.
Two bedrooms: 1 x double and 1 x twin room plus attic space with twin beds. Bathroom with WC, wash/hand basin and bath with shower attachments; shower room with WC, wash/hand basin and separate shower cubicle. Kitchen, sitting room with TV and open log fire, conservatory.
About the location
Dunoon 23 miles; Inverary 40 miles.
Tighnabruaich nestles on Argyll’s Secret Coast and is an area of stunning natural beauty. It sits on the east coast of Loch Fyne and overlooks the Kyles of Bute, the narrow sea channel separating the north part of the Island of Bute from the Cowal Peninsula. The area offers spectacular hills, glens, beaches and crystal clear waters ideal for walking, cycling, fishing, sailing or diving. The village is home to welcoming cafes and restaurants offering superb locally caught seafood. The Tighnabruaich Gallery offers a varied selection of contemporary Scottish artists and the Caol Ruadh Sculpture Park in the grounds of a Victorian house is a unique and unusual outdoor gallery. With the spectacular Inverary Castle a short drive away and Glasgow reached in 2 hours by car, Tighnabruaich is an ideal holiday location.