Argyll self-catering cottage, Scammadale Farm, near Oban, Scotland. 3 Bedrooms (1 kingsized, 1 twin, 1 twin/double). Sleeps: 6. Oban 13 miles. Pets by arrangement. Short breaks. Cat 3 for Disabled. The Barn is a luxury conversion of a traditional Argyllshire farm building, enjoying an outstanding setting in a secluded glen overlooking Loch Scammadale. The property is on a family run hill farm of 1000 acres with Blackface sheep, a herd of Luing cows and Arab horses. Fishing, walking, cycling and birdwatching are very popular and there is ample choice to do as much or as little as you want. Rest and relax or be more active and use The Barn as a base to explore the beauty of the West Highlands and all the wonderful attractions that is has to offer
October 23rd, 2013No Comments, Holiday Cottages in Scotland, Holiday Cottages in the UK, by cottagewriter.
October 17th, 2013No Comments, Holiday Cottages in Scotland, Holiday Cottages in the UK, by cottagewriter.
Pitstruan holiday cottage, secluded luxury large self-catering cottage near the sea, Argyll. Bedrooms: 4 – 4 king, 2 with additional single beds. Sleeps: 10. Oban 4 miles. Pets welcome. This delightful, remote holiday home is on the shores of a sea loch and set in panoramic countryside. It offers superb accommodation for families holidaying together. There are fabulous beaches, great walking and lots to do and see nearby. Argyll is an idyllic area of Scotland and this holiday cottage is beautifully appointed and equipped.
October 16th, 2013No Comments, Holiday Cottages in Scotland, Holiday Cottages in the UK, by cottagewriter.
Bonawe House holiday cottage, near Taynuilt, Oban, Argyll, Scotland. Bedrooms: 2 – 1 double, 1 twin. Sleeps: 4. Oban 20 mins drive. No Pets. Located on the shores of Loch Etive in Argyll, on Scotland’s west coast is this luxury holiday accommodation in a spacious self-contained wing of a stunning 18th century Scottish house. Children are welcome to stay, and there is a games room with table tennis for them to enjoy. A boat trip up Loch Etive is a great day out – you can visit some very remote and wild parts of Argyll and watch the seals.