Slate Cottage is a spectacular and peaceful stone cottage and is positioned in an extraordinary secluded position in one of Scotland’s most historical landscapes.
Accommodation: 1 bedroom, 1 twin (sleeps 3)
Escape to this delightful stone cottage and enjoy its magical secluded position in one of Scotland’s most historical landscapes. Peacefully positioned in woodland above the Crinan Canal, Slate Cottage is ideally placed for enjoying this wonderful part of Argyll with its rugged glens, remote beaches, dramatic scenery and magical islands.
This delightful newly built, single-story cottage is well laid out and has been comfortably furnished and carefully equipped with everything needed for a relaxed self-catering holiday. The wood burning stove in the spacious open plan living area creates a cosy atmosphere for relaxing after an exhilarating day out and about and the paved patio is glorious for sitting out and soaking up the beautiful unspoilt surroundings.
Located half a mile down a private track Slate Cottage sits adjacent to the owner’s holiday cottage.
A short walk down a steep path will take you to a small loch which was once the site of a 19th century slate quarry. This hidden natural landscape provides a wonderful opportunity to spot some of the magical wildlife that thrives here including roe deer, red squirrels, pine marten and many varieties of birds.
Whether it’s a relaxing short break, an active holiday or a romantic weekend, Slate Cottage creates a glorious setting.
Last minute and short breaks welcome - must be booked per Cottages and Castles Sale Team 01738 451 610
Extra refundable cost: Good Housekeeping Deposit £150.00.
Sleeps 2 plus 1
Entrance hall with coat hanging and boot storage, twin bedroom, large bathroom/wet room with waterfall shower, wc & whb, open plan living area with 3-steps leading from kitchen down to dining/sitting room with wood-burning stove and door leading to paved patio with garden furniture
Fold down trundle bed available.
Parents please note: there is a steep hill near the cottage that leads down to the loch - your child must be supervised at all times.
Things To Do In The Area - Nearby Events & Attractions
Famous for its stunning scenery and dramatic history this area of Argyll offers visitors a great variety of activities and days out. The surrounding area has numerous hill and forest walks, mountain biking, wildlife and fishing as well as loch cruises, wonderful gardens and ruined castles. The Crinan Canal has been described as Britain’s most beautiful shortcut and its towpath is perfect for walks and cycling and happy days can be spent on the nearby sandy beach. Explore the natural beauty of the area with its many birds and local wildlife such as otters, seals, owls, beavers and small red deer.
Visit the amazing prehistoric remains in Kilmartin Glen or the harbour town of Oban where you can catch a ferry to Mull, Iona and the Inner Hebrides. Travel south to the Mull of Kintyre and enjoy the many deserted sandy beaches or visit the island of Islay, Jura or Gigha.
Charter a boat from Crinan Harbour and set off for a day’s fishing, wildlife watching, island hopping or experience the famous Gulf of Corrievreckan with its whirlpools and standing waves. You have every chance of spotting eagles, dolphins or whales.
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