Campbeltown 5 miles.
A traditional, stone-built farmhouse, on the owner's 250-acre beef farm, in a beautiful, secluded location, 5 miles from Campbeltown, on the Kintyre Peninsula.
Offering panoramic countryside views, and charming, character accommodation, this Campbeltown holiday cottage makes a perfect rural getaway, and an ideal base for discovering all the Kintyre Peninsula has to offer.
Enjoy a round of golf at Machrihanish Golf Club's links course, try rough shooting or fishing with the owner, and with beautiful scenery to enjoy, a walk amongst the hills is a must, before returning to this delightful, cosy Campbeltown cottage for a drink in the garden, or to curl up in front of the open fire.
With plenty of activities on offer, plus the chance to spot a dolphin or seal basking in the local waters, this Campbeltown cottage is an ideal base for exploring this lovely part of Scotland.
Over three floors.
Six bedrooms: 1 x double, 2 x double with en-suite shower, basin & WC, 1 x single, 1 x twin with en-suite shower, basin & WC, 1 x 2nd floor twin. Ground floor shower room with shower, basin & WC. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin & WC. Fitted kitchen with dining area. Dining room (seats 10) with flame-effect electric fire. Sitting room (seats 8) with woodburner. Conservatory.
About the location
Tarbert 38 miles; Lochgilphead 50 miles.
Campbeltown is the Kintyre Peninsula's main town and is 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.