Nestling in the centre of the picturesque little village of Lochgoilhead, this semi-detached holiday home is a short stroll from the pebbled shoreline of the majestic Loch Goil, which is surrounded by the Arrochar Alps. The house has been fully refurbished and is very smart, cosy and comfortably furnished with lovely personal touches. There is a safely enclosed garden to the front and rear with patio furniture to relax, enjoy the tranquility and mountain views. Village shop, pubs and restaurants within a short walk.
Lochgoilhead is set within the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park in one of the most picturesque, remote, mountainous and wilderness parts of the Southern Highlands. There are numerous activities locally including fishing, golf, water sports, cycling, swimming and spectacular walks in the Arrochar Alps. This is an excellent touring base with lots of places to visit in the surrounding area and easy access to Oban and the West Coast, Glasgow and Perthshire.
Upper level - 1 bedroom with king-size bed, 1 double and 1 twin bedroom (cot available). Lower level - lounge with lovely 'special effect' fire and dining area, well-equipped kitchen with rear door to garden, bathroom with shower over bath. All electric. Fridge/freezer, washer/dryer, microwave, Freeview television, DVD, CD player. Bed linen and towels provided.
Customer Reviews of Holiday Cottage, Lochgoilhead - Sleeps 6
"Great location, very picturesque"
Lovely house for exploring this part of Scotland. The two pubs in the village served us well for evening meals & the shop on the caravan park stocked essentials. We had plenty of space for the four of us. No problem parking outside. The lounge was roomy with a good TV, essential for watching the Olympics of an evening. Well equipped kitchen. Could have done with a fan in the bathroom, a bit steamy after four people have showered. Lochgoilhead is very pretty but we were disppointed with Carrick Castle, a good five miles down the otherside of the loch. Inverary Jail was quite expensive for such a low tech venue but the town was pretty & there was the bonus of a film crew at the castle filming Downton abbey. That was supposed to be a secret but we saw Mr Bates on the pier! The argyll Hotel was an axcellent place both for lunch & dinner. Dunoon was worth the trip also. Enjoyed the visit to Menzies Castle & the countryside surrounding it. Killin was especially pretty.