Quick visit or long stay- in a sheltered, cobbled courtyard a large, comfortable 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom cottage. Tastefully styled and appointed. Pets welcome. Tarbert 2 miles. Cafes; bars; restaurants; ferries to islands or Cowal peninsula nearby.
Stay for a night or as long as you like - the choice is yours - but you can be sure the welcome will be just as warm, no matter how long you come to visit. We are just a 2 minute drive from the picturesque fishing village of Tarbert, at the top end of the glen between West Loch Tarbert and Loch Fyne. This historic steading was built in 1839 and, having been newly refurbished, now offers a wide range of accommodation types.
If you'd like to discover this lovely part of Argyll by car, bicycle or on foot, The Cartshed offers comfortable, well appointed accommodation with 2 bedrooms, both with private facilities and a large, airy living/dining/kitchen area. It is south facing and the arched windows provide a beautiful view of the sheltered courtyard. There is wifi, freesat tv, and dishwasher as well as a fully equipped kitchen
This lovely, old steading provides a perfect hub from which to travel in a different direction every day and, on our door-step, you will find: inspiring routes to walk or cycle; wildlife to view on land and sea; a variety of places to eat and drink; ferry links to beautiful islands; a wealth of history and archaeology and a great range of outdoor activities.
|The Cartshed||£170 Per unit per night|
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