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Escape to the heart of Argyll with a stay at our luxury self catering cottages. Perfectly located by Loch Awe and Loch Fyne, each cottage offers stunning loch and mountain views. Every booking receives a complimentary welcome hamper of local produce.

Properties can be booked in blocks of varying length depending on the season. We advise booking well in advance to secure a rental.

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Our Argyll Properties

Our cosy cottages are brilliantly located for exploring Argyll, each being no more than a 15 minute drive from historic Inveraray. 

By scenic Loch Awe we have the dog-friendly Blue Cottage, while dotted around Loch Fyne you have the choice of The Stable Cottage and Cherry Trees Cottage.

Find out more about all of our lovely Argyll holiday rental properties

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Activities & Days Out

Our cottages at Loch Awe, Furnace and Inveraray make the perfect base for short trips to discover Argyll's stunning coastline, forests, gardens, castles and distilleries. You can easily make day-trips to nearby islands such as Bute, Gigha, Kererra or Mull and within a 45 minute drive, is the bustling harbour town of Oban, the majestic and haunting Glencoe and the famous ‘Skyfall’ location of Glen Etive.

Read our day-trip itineraries for inspiration and inside tips on the best Argyll has to offer

Escape to Argyll; Adventure, Heritage, Gardens, Forests and Wildlife

Forest trails and old drovers paths will lead you into tranquil glens and through beautiful, unspoilt landscapes. Scotland’s wildlife abounds, with Red Squirrels, Pine Martens, Deer, Eagles, Ospreys, Harriers and an abundance of bird species.

You'll find welcoming and scenic golf courses to enjoy, mountain and road biking opportunities, hill climbing and the fishing for which Loch Awe is world-famous.

More things to do and day itinerary ideas.

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Loch Awe

The longest freshwater loch in Scotland, stretching 25 miles, Loch Awe offers scenery as dramatic as its history. From the ruins of 14th Century Kilchurn Castle on its northerly banks to the mystical island of Inishail, an ancient burial place of Clan Campbell, Loch Awe is steeped in history and myth; its nearby hills are even rumoured to be the last stand of the lost Roman Ninth Legion.

Find out more about Argyll and Loch Awe

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“The Blue Cottage is brilliantly appointed and situated. We had an unforgettable week touring nearby Castles, taking in the beautiful scenery and just chilling in the most magical of places”

- Ginie Naisby

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