Set above the stunning Craobh Haven Marina with views across Jura and Mull, Tigh Nam Broc is an idyllic holiday property that the whole family will enjoy.
Prepare to be swept away by the incredible views from this wonderful holiday home, they are truly mesmerizing.
Tucked down a quiet lane above the picturesque Craobh Haven Marina on the northern shore of the Craignish Peninsula, Taigh Nam Broc enjoys a glorious position looking out to sea across the Sound of Jura towards Mull. This wonderfully comfortable, bright and spacious contemporary holiday home is a delight and a fabulous base for discovering Argyll and the west coast of Scotland. The large windows make every room a joy, each with its own picture-perfect view. Great care and attention have been taken to ensure a memorable home from home holiday, and with the many thoughtful extras there is little need for a lengthy packing list. The charming sitting room with its deep sofas and cosy wood burning stove is lovely for relaxing in and the large table in the dining hall creates an ideal gathering place for memorable holiday meals. The spacious and stylish kitchen offers everything you could possibly need and all four bedrooms are fresh and luxurious with comfy beds and crisp linen ensuring a good night’s sleep.
Patio doors lead out to an expansive decked balcony making the most of the amazing changing views which stretch for miles across the water dotted with little islands. The patio furniture is perfect for summertime alfresco dining while watching the gentle movement of boats in the marina and sunsets are astounding. The day and night telescope adds a thrill to star gazing and wildlife-watching highlights include sea eagles, golden eagles and puffins while otters, seals and deer can often be spotted along the shoreline.
Surrounded by nature and tranquility yet within walking distance of an excellent pub, restaurant and shop, Taigh Nam Broc is a perfect retreat for family and friends of all ages.
Craobh Haven and the surrounding area is packed with things to do for all ages. There are many fantastic and varied walks from the doorstep across the open land or along rugged coastal paths as well as local bike hire and riding stables. Wildlife boat trips can be arranged from the marina.
This beautiful area of Argyll offers many excellent places to visit including the historic Kilmartin Glen & Museum, Crinan Canal, the bridge over the Atlantic and the Isles of Seil and Easdale. There are many glorious gardens including the nearby Ardmaddy, Crarae & Arduaine as well as some stunning, romantic highland castle ruins to visit. Oban offers day trips to the many local islands including Mull, the beautiful holy island of Iona, Fingal’s Cave on Staffa plus the magical Herbridean islands of Coll & Tiree. There are also many exciting wildlife cruises & diving opportunities or experience the famous nearby Gulf of Corrievreckan with its famous whirlpools and standing waves. Travel south to the Mull of Kintyre and enjoy deserted sandy beaches or visit the island of Islay, Jura or Gigha. You have every chance of seeing seals, dolphins, whales, otters and a remarkable collection of sea birds & waders as well as beautiful wild orchids which live amongst the profusion of summer flowers.
|Taigh Nam Broc, Craobh Haven||£990 Per unit per week|
Note: Prices are a guide only and may change on a daily basis.