This impressive and substantial Victorian house enjoys an incredible position beside the sea loch of Loch Goil, where it takes in magnificent scenery and provides exquisite, elegant living accommodation.
Set in the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park, and the Argyll Forest Park, this secluded turreted Victorian home is tucked away in an idyllic position on the beautiful shores of Loch Goil. Sleeping nine guests across five bedrooms, it’s ideal for a group of friends or a family who enjoy traditional character and contemporary comforts, surrounded by Alba’s great outdoors. There’s ample space for family and friends to spread out after a busy day of hillwalking or exploring the spectacular towns and villages of Argyll.
Step up to the grand porch entrance which leads into the lofty hall and living space. Cosy up by the toasty wood burners in the drawing-room with its tall bay window, and the sumptuously-styled dining room. Prepare family feasts in the bright kitchen and breakfast room which is fully equipped and includes a freezer fridge. Challenge fellow-guests to a game of pool in the vaulted-ceiling living room with a TV, wood burner, and stylish seating - made for family gatherings, and with French doors leading out to the garden. You’ll also find a four-poster king-size bedroom on this floor with period furniture, plus a shower room and utility room. The utility is accessed via the rear of the property and stores an additional freezer and fridge space - great after a big food shop! On dreich days, catch up on favourite films and games - there are two Sky TVs, a DVD player with DVDs and an iPod dock so there’s ne’er a chance of boredom setting in.
Slumber comes easy in peaceful Argyll. There are three doubles to choose from one on the ground floor with a four-poster bed. One of the upstairs double bedrooms has enviable loch views, while the other has a turret window - made for a Princess in waiting. There’s also a twin bedroom with loch views, and a single bedroom with angle-step access, plus a family bathroom. All of the bedrooms are sumptuously styled with crisp white linen, soft throws, and beautiful cushions. If you need a quiet moment away from the gang, there’s also a half-landing reading area by a bright picture window with inspiring hill views.
On sunny afternoons, enjoy alfresco BBQ dining on the decked garden terrace in the rear garden, where you can also soak away the day in the six-person hot tub (fees apply). Parking is available on the gravel driveway, and there are stone steps at the front of the property down to the private lawn which has a picnic bench. From here you can stroll across to the pebble beach by the bonnie loch where creative guests may be inspired to paint the ever-changing skies on the waterfront. Parking is available on the gravel driveway, and you’ll find shops, a pub, and amenities in Lochgoilhead village (5 miles).
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.
Please note there is a refundable £150 security deposit for this property payable closer to the start of your holiday.