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Garden Cottage, Loch Awe, by Dalmally, Argyll

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Garden Cottage is set on a secluded peninsular in Loch Awe - a truly amazing location, standing 20m above the shore with spectacular views overlooking the loch from all rooms. It is surrounded by a working farm which has highland cattle and blackface sheep. Loch Awe is famous for the British record brown trout as well as its pike and perch fishing. Ben Cruachan overlooks the cottage; a munro to challenge your fitness and with breathtaking views to the Island of Mull from the summit. From the doorstep, forest and open hill walks abound as well as cycling through some of the best and unspoilt scenery in Europe. You are very likely to spot one of the ospreys nesting on Loch Awe and other magnificent wildlife, including red and roe deer, highland cattle and copious bird life in and around the loch.

Inveraray Castle, Crarae Gardens (National Trust for Scotland), Dalhenna Riding Stables and Outdoor Adventure Centre, 3 golf courses, The Seal and Marine Life Sanctuary, the Hollow Mountain Power Station, Bonawe Furnace, Inveraray Jail, Kilmartin Museum and Standing Stones are but a taste of the many varied activities you can choose from within an hour's drive of the self-catering cottage. Loch Awe itself is an unspoilt and quiet loch: boats are available for hire and trips to the many historic islands in the loch make for enjoyable day trips with buckets, spades and barbeques. The romantic ruins of Kilchurn Castle are only a 5 minute drive and this is the most photographed castle in Scotland. There are some great places to eat out in this part of Argyll so if you want a break from cooking on your self-catering holiday then the renowned pub The George is a must, as is the famous Loch Fyne Oyster Bar - there are lots of other excellent restaurants, cafes and pubs in the area serving wonderful local produce. Oban is gateway to the islands so you can take day trips by ferry to Mull, Iona, Coll, Tiree etc if you want to explore these fascinating Western Isles.

  • Sleeps - 8
  • Bedrooms - 4 (1 double with ensuite shower, 3 twins)
  • Bathrooms - 1 family bathroom, 1 ensuite shower room, additional WC
  • Microwave
  • Washing machine
  • TV with sky
  • Wood-burning stove
  • Electric heating
  • Views over Loch Awe
  • Garden with lawn and garden furniture
  • Dogs welcome by prior arrangement
  • Cot and high chair available
  • satellite broadband!
    this is a rural location, and that there will be 2GB provided for general browsing of internet and extra GB available at �5 per GB.... Streaming of TV, smart TV, downloading online games, music and netflix are not supported by this broadband.
  • Inveraray - 11 miles
  • Glasgow Airport - 65 miles, Edinburgh Airport - 95 miles
  • Dalmally station - 5 miles
  • Pubs - 5 miles, 7 miles and 11 miles
  • Loch Fyne Oyster Bar - 18 miles
  • Variety of excellent restaurants
  • Golf courses - 5 miles, 11 miles, 13 miles
  • Fishing on the door step
  • Riding - 14 miles
  • Inveraray Castle and Inveraray Jail
  • Swimming pool, leisure complex, spa available locally
  • Boat trips and day trips to the Isles

Garden Cottage is a traditional brick-built cottage situated on a private peninsular right on the shore of Loch Awe. It has wonderful views of the loch from all the rooms.

On the ground floor is the sitting room with a wood-burning stove and a colour TV. Also on the ground floor is the dining room with door out to the garden, the well equipped kitchen and the family bathroom with heated towel rail and razor socket. On the first floor are 2 twin bedded rooms, a further bedroom with twin beds which leads into the master bedroom with a double bed and ensuite shower room.

Outside there is a garden with lawn and garden furniture with fabulous views over the loch - a perfect place to sit with a drink and relax!

Cottage directions:
Garden Cottage can be reached either via Glasgow (A82), Loch Lomond, Inveraray where you turn right for Dalmally and proceed for a further 11 miles or via Stirling (A84), Callander, Dalmally, turning left 1 mile beyond Dalmally onto Inveraray road (A819) and proceed for further 4 miles. There are white railings on the west side of the main road. Turn in here.

What's included:
The price does not include electricity which is charged based on a meter reading when you arrive and again when you leave. Linen can be ordered at the time of booking at a cost of �10 per person.

Dogs are welcome by prior arrangement. As there are both sheep and cattle nearby so dogs must be under strict control.

Cost and availability:
Garden Cottage is let out EASTER UNTIL NOVEMBER.

Change over day is Saturday with check out by 10am and check in 3pm. Short breaks are available excluding June, July and August.

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Garden Cottage, Inistrynich
by Dalmally, Argyll
PA33 1BQ
Scotland, UK

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