Yet another gorgeous cottage from Scottish Canal, this one sits on Lock
11 of the Crinan Canal, certainly one of the prettiest canals in
Accommodation: 2 bedrooms, 1 double, 1 twin (sleeps 4)
Yet another gorgeous cottage from Scottish Canal, this one sits on Lock 11 of the Crinan Canal, certainly one of the prettiest canals in Scotland. Bannatyne Cottage was originally built in the 19th century as a lock keeper’s cottage – it is now a beautifully renovated and stunningly presented holiday cottage. Bright colours and fresh linens combined with tweed and tartan mix to give a nod to Scotland and the interior designer.
Outside this delightful spot is the Crinan Canal where you can watch the boats moving through the lock or walk for miles along the towpath The local village has a good pub and the famous Crinan Hotel is not far. The garden is private and has a BBQ for fine days.. It is a great jumping off point for the Argyll coast and an ideal spot to return to at the end of the day where the wood burning stove welcomes you.
If you are looking for more properties that are situated on Scotland's canal ways here are a selection of interesting self catering cottages that are we have throughout Scotland:
Vatersay Cottage near Fort Augustus,Sandray Cottage near Fort Augustus, Mingulay Cottage near Fort Augustus, Telford House East near Fort William, Laggan Bridge Cottage by Spean Bridge, Dochgarroch Cottage near Inverness and Tomnahurich Bridge House in Inverness.
Open plan living/dining room with wood burning stove. King sized bedroom, twin bedroom. Kitchen. Family bathroom with wc, whb, bath with shower over.