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4 Self Catering
  • Self Catering
  • Dalmally
  • Argyll
  • From £330 per unit per week

4 quality self catering holiday cottages on hill farm looking over Loch Awe, Argyll, sleeping 2,4,5 & 6 people. Ideal location to enjoy the country side, walk, cycle, fish or explore Oban, Inveraray, Kilmartin, Crinan Canal or Glencoe.


Accessible parking or drop-off point

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Barn £360 Per unit per week
Barr - Beithe Lower £500 Per unit per week
Barr - Beithe Upper £550 Per unit per week
Stable £475 Per unit per week

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


Accommodation Special Offer

Barn (sleeps 2) - 18th Nov - 1st Dec £256/week reduced from £320. Short Breaks Welcome. Please request price.

Stable (sleeps 4) - 18th Nov - 1st Dec £340/week reduced from £425 Short Breaks Welcome. Please request price.

Barr-beithe Lower (sleeps 5) - Full

Barr-beithe Upper (sleeps 6) - Full

Centrally located for exploring the stunning scenery, history and wildlife of Argyll. We offer comfortable, quality accommodation in 4 cottages that can accommodate 2 – 6 people. We offer a friendly welcome with a cup of tea and home made shortbread set up for your arrival. 

Barn Cottage - sleeps 2. An upside down house. Open plan living area upstairs and bedroom and bath/shower room below. Beds are zip-linked giving option of double or single beds.

Stable Cottage - sleeps 4. Large lounge with mulitple seating options and full length windows to enjoy views of the loch. Bath/shower room. Both bedrooms have zip-linked single or double option.

Barr-beithe Lower - sleeps 5. Has a cosy sunroom to enjoy the views over Loch Awe. Surrounded by fields and a waterfall.

Barr-beithe Upper - sleeps 6. Has a large kitchen/dining area and a cosy sunroom to enjoy the views of Loch Awe. Sunroom is cosy all year round. Set in a mature shrub garden and surrounded by fields.

All properties are centrally heated and well appointed.

Use this as a base to explore Argyll. Visit Oban and its distillery, Inveraray Castle, walk along Crinan Canal, visit historic Kilmartin Glen. Take a drive through Glencoe or a ferry to one of the islands. There is lots to do.

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