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4 Self Catering
Self Catering
Dalmally
Argyll
From £345 per unit per week

Beautifully situated self-catering holiday Cottages in the ‘Heart of Argyll’ on a hill farm by the shores of Loch Awe. Ideal location to fish, walk, relax, hire a boat on the loch or explore Argyll and beyond with Inveraray, historic Kilmartin Glen, Crinan Canal, Oban and ferries to the islands, Glencoe, Kintyre and Loch Lomond all within easy reach on a day out.

Facilities

Parking
Accessible parking or drop-off point
WiFi

Awards & Schemes

Pricing

Barn £345 Per unit per week
Barr-beithe Lower £485 Per unit per week
Barr-beithe Upper £545 Per unit per week
Stable £445 Per unit per week

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

Offers

20% off

21st - 28th July  Barr-beithe Lower (sleeps up to 5):  £??? reduced from £710 (min stay 4 nights)

Enjoy a lovely view over the bay and along Loch Awe from the cosy sunroom, patio and master bedroom. Easy to live in cottage with open-plan dining area, lounge and sunroom. 3 bedrooms (double, twin/zip-linked super-king, single). Separate shower room and bathroom. Good cottage for viewing osprey fishing in the bay below.

Barr-beithe Upper (sleeps 6): reduced  to £???   from £795

A large kitchen/dining area looking over a hill park, a cosy sunroom, lounge master bedroom and garden enjoying the views of Loch Awe all in a lovely garden of heathers and azaleas. 3 bedrooms (King-sized double, twin/super-king double and a twin room), lounge, sunroom, bathroom and shower rooms.

Out & About:A good base to explore Argyll. Visit Oban and its distillery, a wander round  Inveraray the castle and jail, a walk along Crinan Canal and historic Kilmartin Glen, the RSPB nature reserve on Moine Mhor or visit the beavers in the  Heart of Argyll ​​​​. Enjoy a drive through scenic Glenorchy, across the wilderness of Ranoch Moor and through Glencoe or take a ferry from Oban to Mull and Iona or a wildlife tour with Turus mara to Fingal's Cave and the puffins on the Treshnish Isles.Lots of castles and gardens to visit. For walking routes around Arygll the  Walk Highlands website is hard to beat.

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