A 3 bed self-cater cottage with partial loch & mountain views, a sun room sitting area, and an enclosed garden ideal for children and a dog. Close to the Cowal Way and other walking trails.
The holiday cottage is 1 mile from Lochgoilhead village on the road to Carrick Castle. Easy to find as it is opposite the Ardroy Outdoor Centre. The popular Drimsynie Estate Leisure Centre, plus dining and entertainment options, is a 20 minute walk or a short drive.
Off-road parking on a slightly sloping driveway. Enclosed mature front and back garden. Tigh-Na-Uisge will be popular with pet owners. The back garden will have some outdoor chairs and a table available Easter to October. A relaxing place to sit out and enjoy the sun as it heads west over the hills.
4 steps with a hand rail to the front door. Enter via the porch/cloakroom and then into the kitchen. The lounge has a partial loch view as well as seating for 6, a large window letting in the light, an electric fire and a 50″ TV.
To the front of the house is a conservatory/sun room with seating for 4. This is the place to enjoy some quiet time.
Partial loch & mountain views from the lounge and conservatory. There are mountain views from the back garden.
The kitchen is well equipped and has all the equipment, crockery and pans you need for a self-cater holiday.Bedrooms and bathrooms
The Loch Goil area has possibly the best range of Activity Options of any small community in the west of Scotland. Go seal spotting or fishing on a boat from Loch Goil Cruisers, head off one a number of marked Walking Trails, enjoy a round of golf at Drimsynie. Be sure to check out the leisure centre with it’s choice of indoor and outdoor activities. For Entertainment The Goil Inn has live music every Friday night. The nearby holiday park also has regular entertainment, including fun-times for the youngsters. Eating Out options in the village and at the holiday park.
Local Walking Guide
Lochgoilhead is a sensational walking area. Discover the walks not usually found online. Easy to muscle-crunching, as well as the popular dog walks, there is something here for everyone. Including: Dun Na Cuaiche – the tower above Inveraray, Glen Loin Loop and Sloy Dam from Arrochar, Ben Donich- with views over Lochgoilhead, Donich Circular for the Donich Falls, Steeple Hill – a challenge behind the village, Puck’s Glen Gorge Walk – like nothing else in the area… and more… Order your copy HERE.
|Tigh-Na-Uisge||£500 Per unit per week|
Note: Prices are a guide only and may change on a daily basis.