Self Catering

Ardfern, Lochgilphead, Argyll, PA31 8QN

    Stonebuilt croft house, newly renovated and extended, now a spacious family eco-home, overlooking sea-loch, quarter mile from village with shops, inn and marina. Underfloor heating, open fire, 2 glazed seating areas, piano. Walking from the door.

    Our traditional holiday house is now a comfortable and spacious eco-home, with air-source heat-pump, solar thermal panels and underfloor heating in public spaces and 2 of the 4 bedrooms.

    At the top of a steep track, away from traffic, our house commands stunning views. From the stone-slabbed terrace, the cosy sunroom or the glazed link with dining table you can enjoy watching the birds, the boats and the ever-changing sky.

    We have not compromised on fitting the most up-to-date equipment including extra fridge storage, an induction cooker, eco-laundry equipment and a wood-burning stove in case of power-cuts.

    Ardfern is a lively village with many artists and craftspeople.  It has a good village shop, a pub/restaurant and cafe-cum-craft shop. The award-winning museum in nearby Kilmartin explains how important and well-populated this area once was.

    There are plenty of walks that can be taken from the house itself, throughout the Craignish Peninsula and beyond. There is excellent child-friendly cycling within the Peninsula, too.

    Our property covers 2.5 acres, and includes our Bothy, a stone-built studio building which we use ourselves and also rent out for workshops—drama, art, crafts, music, yoga etc. See the page on our website.

    5 Self Catering
    Opening Times
    Open All Year
    Open Christmas
    Opening Times 2016
    7 Jun 2016 - 31 Dec 2016

    Prices for 2013 range £500 - £1,000 per week

    Note: Prices are a guide only and may change on a daily basis.


    • Rural Location Good walking from the house.
    • Sea/Loch View Superb views over Loch Craignish. Yachts, sea-birds, occasionally dolphins

    Road Directions

    100 miles from Glasgow, 20 miles south of Oban,  200 metres up a steep track, Lerigoligan is set in its own hillside plot, far from busy roads, a place where children can safely roam free.  To reach it by road, you turn off the A8116 Oban to Lochgilphead road, head down the B8002 towards Ardfern. Lerigoligan is half a mile from the A8116 and half a mile from Ardfern Village.

    Public Transport Directions

    By public transport Lerigoligan is most directly reached by City Link coach from Glasgow (Campbeltown service). It is necessary to change to the West Coast Motors Ardrishaig-Oban bus service in Lochgilphead. This bus goes into Arfern Village, but for Lerigoligan you must get off at Craignish Village Hall.

    Alternatively it is possible to reach Oban by train and either catch the West Coast Motors Oban-Ardrishaig bus or hire a car.

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