How lucky we were with the weather on our mini hike around the highlands. Based only 11 miles from Oban it makes easy access to the many different islands from the ferry port. Although it was hard to tear ourselves away from the stunning scenery around the cottage. My partner woke me up at 5 :30 to watch some Roe deer feeding outside in the garden. It is tranquil next to the Loch , they were still there at 8 am. Fiona was welcoming and made us feel at home. The kitchen is well equipped and we were pleasantly surprised that the village shop catered for our families many dietary requirements , Vegan, veggie, gluten free and lactose intolerant! In fact it was better than our busy inner city shop.
I would recommend this gem to anyone wanting to get away from it all. Truly a incredible part of the country .
Great location. Beautiful views. The owners were very friendly and welcoming. The house was warm, comfortable and cosy. Close to Oban and other attractions. Perfect.
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Great stay. Very friendly and helpful owner. Everything you need to cook and eat your supplies. Nearby Taynuilt hotel is very good but book ahead as it's very popular.
We found the property to be immaculately clean and very well equipped. Fiona was very helpful and friendly. We thoroughly enojoyed our stay and my only comment would be that it would have been nice to have had an electrical socket near the mirrors in the main bedroom for a hairdryer. I would certainly recommend this property to prospective visitors.
Lovely little first floor (above the owner's property) "cottage"/apartment. It's not 5 star in terms of fixtures and fittings (though there was everything we required), but neither does it pretend to be nor is it required, as I'd hope most visitors would either be talking in the magnificent views (photos don't do it justice) or, better still, enjoying the fabulous Lochs and Glens around.