Ideally located for exploring western Scotland and its isles, this detached cottage is perfect for couples or small families.
All on the ground floor.
Open plan living space.
Living area: With wood burner, 32" Freeview TV and DVD player.
Dining area: With French doors leading to garden.
Kitchen area: With electric oven, electric hob, microwave, fridge, freezer, washing machine and wooden floor.
Bedroom 1: With kingsize bed.
Bedroom 2: With double bed.
Bathroom: With shower over bath, and toilet.
Electric heaters, electricity, bed linen, towels and Wi-Fi included. Initial logs for wood burner included.
Large, enclosed, lawned garden with patio and garden furniture. 2 small dogs welcome. Bike store. Private parking for 2 cars. No smoking. Please note: The property has a natural water supply from a spring. There are 2 steps and small slopes in the garden.
Tigh an Aighear is a well-appointed, detached cottage, situated all on one level and commanding stunning views across Loch Melfort towards the islands of Shuna, Scarba and Jura. Located in the small hamlet of Arduaine, just a short drive from Oban, there are plenty of local tourist attractions, boat trips and walking opportunities available nearby. Within a short walk is the National Trust for Scotland Arduaine Garden with a coastal view point looking out over the Sound of Jura. Beside Arduaine Garden is a popular hotel that accommodates both casual and fine dining.
Craobh Haven, a popular holiday and sailing village with berths for up to 250 vessels, is a 5-minute drive or a 30-minute walk to the south. It has a harbourmaster, marina office and village store, as well as stunning views over to the islands of Shuna, Seil and Luing. Running regularly from here are a number of excellent wildlife cruises which also take in the famous Gulf of Corryvreckan, with one of the largest whirlpools in the world. Oban itself is a short drive north along the A816 coastal road and is a picturesque, bustling harbour town with an array of splendid shops and restaurants to experience. Known as the ‘seafood capital of Scotland’, it does not disappoint. With fishing boats in the bay, and regular ferries leaving for the Inner and Outer Hebrides, one visit will never be enough. Towards Lochgilphead you will pass Kilmartin Glen, with many ancient monuments as well as the famous Crinan Canal built in 1801 which runs from Crinan to Ardrishaig. Beach 22 miles. Shop 4 miles, pub and restaurant 300 yards.