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View over the loch from the front garden
View of the property
Lounge
Lounge
Dining area
Kitchen
Double bedroom with magnificant views across the loch
Twin bedroom
Bathroom
Lovely village setting
Local scenery is breathtaking
Breathtaking scenery and castles
Beautiful Bellanoch Marina
Crinan a short drive away
Stunning scenery whatever the weather
Coastal walks are breathtaking throughout the year
Local residents
Amazing scenery within a few miles from the house
Friendly local
View towards Tayvillich village
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2 / 20  View of the property
3 / 20  Lounge
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5 / 20  Dining area
6 / 20  Kitchen
7 / 20  Double bedroom with magnificant views across the loch
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10 / 20  Lovely village setting
11 / 20  Local scenery is breathtaking
12 / 20  Breathtaking scenery and castles
13 / 20  Beautiful Bellanoch Marina
14 / 20  Crinan a short drive away
15 / 20  Stunning scenery whatever the weather
16 / 20  Coastal walks are breathtaking throughout the year
17 / 20  Local residents
18 / 20  Amazing scenery within a few miles from the house
19 / 20  Friendly local
20 / 20  View towards Tayvillich village

Anchorage View

Lochgilphead (11mls W), Argyll and Bute
Sleeps 4
Bedrooms 2
Bathrooms 1
Change Sat
Dogs welcome 1
4 star
Downstairs bedroom
Downstairs bathroom
Waterside views
Enclosed garden / patio
Open fire / woodburner
Internet access
Pub nearby
Shop nearby
Beach within easy reach
Towels included
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At a glance

  • Stunning views across Loch Sween
  • Seafood restaurant, pub and shop within walking distance
  • Taynish Nature reserve a short drive away
  • Knapdale Forest and the Beaver trials is just 5 miles away and a great day out
  • Perfect location for the lovers of the great outdoors
  • Great walking and cycle tracks on your doorstep
Property code: AG692

Detached bungalow situated in a spectacular location at the top of Loch Sween offering 2 bedrooms, open fire and patio overlooking the Loch. The boats and yachts moored in the bay nearby make a picturesque sight.

Enjoying a beautiful waterside location and offering stunning views across the spectacular Loch Sween, this light, airy and inviting property makes a wonderful holiday base for a couple or a family seeking a tranquil retreat. The cottage is perfect for exploring this historic region, with miles of beautiful walks to enjoy. It’s also a great area for water sports enthusiasts, nature lovers and mountain bikers.

This pretty detached bungalow provides comfortable accommodation for up to four guests and offers fantastic rural views across the harbour of Loch a’Bhealaich and out towards Loch Sween. The cottage has been attractively furnished and decorated in a range of restful pastel shades.

Arriving at this lovely property you will find yourself in the bright and spacious lounge. Featuring a splendid view of the loch, comfortable seating and TV/DVD, this is a great space to relax in at the end of a fun-filled day. You can enjoy a favourite meal in the charming dining area, and the fully equipped kitchen is a pleasure to cook in. Exploring the property further, there are two cosy bedrooms: a double room overlooking the loch, and a comfortable twin room. There’s also a bathroom complete with a shower over the bath.

Going outside, you can unwind in the delightful enclosed garden which has a charming patio area so you can sit back and enjoy the idyllic views. Private off-road parking is available, and there’s also space for a small boat and trailer. Please note there is steep ramp access to the patio and three small steps into the house.

Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.

  • 2 bedrooms - 1 double and a twin
  • 1 bathroom
  • Kitchen - Electric oven and hob, fridge, freezer, microwave, dishwasher and washing machine
  • Open fire, TV and DVD in lounge
  • Electric and oil fired central heating included
  • 1 small well-behaved dog welcome
  • Telephone for incoming calls
  • Wi-Fi included
  • Arrival: 4pm
  • Private parking
  • There are a number of steps to access the house and there is an incline from the parking area

The pretty village of Tayvallich is a popular yacht haven, with the boats moored in the bay making a picturesque sight. The village also has a general store, coffee shop, pub/restaurant and is renowned for its seafood. Loch Sween is surrounded by spectacular countryside with a network of forest tracks for you to follow either on foot or bike. You may be able to spot a range of wildlife including deer, seals, otters and an abundance of birds. Nature lovers can also visit Taynish National Nature Reserve (1.5 miles), Knapdale Forest (5 miles) and Moine Mhor (9 miles). There are also opportunities for boat trips and a range of water sports including kayaking and canoeing. You can also lie back on sandy beaches or visit the thriving village of Kilmartin (11.5 miles) which is steeped in history, with nearby landmarks and sites including Temple Wood Stone Rings (10.5 miles) and the Neither Largie Cairns (all within 11 miles). The popular Argyll Beaver and Wildlife Visitor Centre is in Barrandaimh (5.5 miles) or you can explore the 200-year old Crinan Canal by foot, bike or boat (8.5 miles). Heading down the Knapdale peninsula you will reach the medieval Keills Chapel (5.5 miles) or you can travel round the loch to the 12th century Castle Sween (15.5 miles).

This property is personally managed by Lucy.

Reviews

From guests that have stayed at the property.

Based on 15 guest ratings

Overall cleanliness
4.4
Overall equipment
4.4
Overall comfort
4.5
Overall location
5

Reviewed by Amanda 21st September 2019

Anchorage View cottage is the ideal base for those who look for a peaceful retreat amongst nature, friendly people and fantastic food at the local Inn. It is a 20-30 minute drive to the nearest village but the small local store stocks the basics and is attached to it's caf that sells the most amazing food. The cottage had everything we needed, had Read morean amazing view & was comfortable, especially the open fire in the evenings. Hide

Reviewed by Lindsay 17th August 2019

This very comfortable cottage has stunning views over the Loch and is in a great location for exploring the area. We enjoyed numerous, very varied walks, a couple of delicious meals at the Tayvallich Inn just down the road and a wonderful boat trip from Crinan. A great week!

Reviewed by Sue 27th July 2019

Perfect location if you love the walking and watersports. The village has great amenities for somewhere so small and everyone was really friendly. The bay is protected from the worst of the weather and seemed to create it's own microclimate. Carsaig, on the other side of the peninsula, had a beach at low time and felt a bit wilder and more remote. Read moreWould love to go back. Hide

Reviewed by David 20th July 2019

The cottage was easy to find and access with wonderful views over the loch harbour and distant hills. Having a sloping car park and a steep ramped access up to a raised terrace and a step up into the bungalow might make it difficult for some people to access, but the panorama is well worth it for those who can manage the slope.

Reviewed by Catherine 6th July 2019

An amazing cottage in a quiet relaxing location with amazing views. Well equipped and comfortable. I would recommend it to anyone who wishes a quiet life and likes walks, watching boats coming and going and some wildlife. There is a range of activities within reach, for more active people.

Reviewed by Lorna 29th June 2019

wonderful view there is plenty of outside seating to watch all the activity in the bay. The cottage has a quirky layout it is cosy and homely and is very close to the Tayvallich Inn and the cafe/shop.

Reviewed by Lesley 22nd June 2019

Very comfortable, homely wonderful view, great food at the Inn and Cafe 4th visit will go again

Reviewed by Lorraine 15th June 2019

Lovely place I miss it. The view is just amazing, the area is lovely, friendly people, good pub with restaurant a short walk. Foot ferry to Jura (departs 100yds away) was tempting & the journey would be highly scenic but difficult with the dog if it rains so we went over to Arran from Claonaig which was fun. Everything is easy to operate, it is a cRead moreomfortable property to feel at home in, wi-fi wasn't bad.Kintyre has very varied and lovely scenery and much wildlife. Hide

Reviewed by John 8th April 2019

Comfortable, clean, warm, well equipped accommodation in a fantastic location for scenery and historic sites.

Reviewed by Iain 16th March 2019

Ideal location, lovely house with great views access to driveway restrictive. Relaxing and friendly environment.

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View over the loch from the front garden
View of the property
Lounge
Lounge
Dining area
Kitchen
Double bedroom with magnificant views across the loch
Twin bedroom
Bathroom
Lovely village setting
Local scenery is breathtaking
Show 8 moreBreathtaking scenery and castles

Location

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From the isolated and peaceful Shetland Islands in the north to the thriving border towns and cities in the south, across wild mountains and serene lochs, and encompassing over 700 islands, Scotland’s rich and dramatic landscape simply must be seen to be appreciated. Scotland is home to the ten highest mountains in the UK – including Ben Nevis, the UK’s highest peak – and is bordered by three seas, offering epic scenery unlike any other you may have seen.

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