This fantastic,picturesque area offers a host of great activities including walking,sailing,mountain biking,fishing and winter sports. The towns of Oban and Fort William are easily accessible and offer a variety of pubs and restaurants. Highlights of the area include the Scottish Sea Life Sanctuary,ferry trips to the historic islands of Mull,Staffa and Iona,and the West Highland Jacobite Steam Railway,which crosses the viaduct made famous in the Harry Potter films,on its way to Mallaig. Younger members of the family can let off steam in some of the great soft play centres in Oban.
This unique beautiful house,dating back to 1840 comprises three properties,this being the largest. On entering the main house you will find yourself in the cosy and traditional lounge,throughout the house you will find a collection of books and unusual decorative items,several being of local relevance and interest,Including examples of taxidermy. The lounge with TV and DVD this is a wonderfully homely and spacious room. You will also find a charming conservatory with lovely views,which serves both as a stylish dining room and a comfy additional lounge,making it perfect for afternoon tea. Heading into the kitchen,you will find it fully equipped with electric oven and hob,microwave,fridge/freezer,dishwasher and washer/dryer. There is also a double bedroom on the ground floor,which can be made up as a twin on request,and which has an en-suite shower room. There is also a ground-floor WC. Heading upstairs you will find two further bedrooms,each containing a double and single bed. There is also a bathroom with shower over the bath and WC. Please note this property is linked via a connecting door in one of the triple rooms with property 28686.
Stepping out from the conservatory onto the patio,you can relax in the pretty garden which is furnished with table and chairs. The garden and extensive grounds are shared with the two other properties on-site,and offer beautiful relaxing scenery.