Found within a deep bay of the Kintyre Peninsula is this stunning Victorian property based in Campbeltown, which looks out over the spectacular Western Highlands over the cerulean seas.
The historical culture is evident as soon as you see the property, boasting beautiful bay windows and patterned brickwork, this large dwelling is ideal for a fun family escapade to the Scottish coast.
Step foot into the spacious hallway where you'll find a classic wooden stairway accompanied by timeless decor.
Read a book in the sitting room as you rest your legs on the plush arm-chair, made perfect by the beautiful sea-view from the bay window, or choose to spend an evening watching a family comedy on Netflix with the kids from the large wall-mounted TV.
Indulge in a luxurious hot drink from the complimentary coffee machine provided in the kitchen area, which also features all the amenities needed to whip up a family feast to devour at the large timber dining table.
Keep on top of your weekly washing in the utility room containing a washing machine and a tumble dryer, situated next to the cloakroom.
As you walk up the stairway to the first floor, you're greeted by a lofty stained-glass window, shining a heavenly light onto the first-floor landing.
Experience pure bliss in the free-standing bath, where you can wind down to some peaceful music and a glass of wine as you overlook the incredible views, there's also a separate shower perfect for a brisk morning wash.
Both bedrooms are generously sized and charmingly decorated, you can even use the telescope to watch the boats come in from the bay window in the king-size room, which hosts soft furniture where you can read the morning paper.
The enclosed garden area includes a graveled courtyard surrounded by unique stone walling.
Directly outside the property is a ferry terminal, and a popular area for boating, there are picnic tables where you can observe boats travelling to and from the bay.
A short walk down the road are a handful of shops, pubs, supermarkets restaurants, and even a lovely park to visit in the summer.
Campbeltown is a great spot for walking, cycling, golf and Island hopping, it's also home to three whisky distilleries offering tours.
Other local attractions include a Ceardach Garden, Aqualibrium Leisure Centre and Campbeltown Museum.
Venture over to Davaar Island to explore the many sea caves, including a cave which features a famous Crucifixion painting from 1887.
Argyll and Bute offers a range of outdoor explorations to explore medieval settings and ancient lands, like Iona Abbey, Puck's Glenn and Ascog Hall Victorian Fernery.
1 Craiganrioch is based in an ideal location to explore this fascinating area of the Kintyre Peninsula, accompanied by beautiful views and a cosy setting.