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A traditional house situated in a peaceful and quiet location with spectacular sunsets and sea views. Completely refurbished to a high standard. Very comfortable accommodation with everything you need to enjoy your stay. ComplimentaryWi-Fi internet
This newly refurbished 4 star self catering apartment in the heart of the idyllic fishing village of Tarbert Loch Fyne sleeps a maximum for 4 people and is the gateway to the Mull of Kintyre, Argyll and the beautiful west coast Islands.
How would you like to spend your days? A costal walk with splendid views across to the Isle of Skye? Strolling among traditional croft lands or native woodlands? Or, for the more active, exploring the coast and offshore islands in a sea kayak?
Come and unwind in Glenlyon, Scotland's longest and most beautiful glen.
Milton Eonan is a family run, working croft, on the site of a ruined 7th Century watermill. We keep rare breed animals and grow some of our own food.