Set in a magnificent location close to the shore and with views over the sea to the Morvern Hills, this detached, traditional house, built in 1911, lies in Port Appin and is ideally placed for exploring this wonderfully scenic area and enjoying peace and quiet of the countryside. A short way down the road, a ferry to the Isle of Lismore can be taken, or splendid meals can be enjoyed in some of the famous restaurants here. There are plenty of walks along single track roads or visits can be made to nearby Oban, Isle of Mull, Glencoe and Rannoch Moor, all of which are within easy reach. Riding, boat and cycle hire available locally. Shop 200 yards.
Living room with open fire and separate dining-room, each with moulded ceiling. Well-equipped fitted kitchen with breakfast area. Sun room with TV and furniture. Utility. Double bedroom with 6ft bed and en-suite bathroom with separate shower cubicle and toilet. Twin bedroom with wash basin. Further small twin bedroom with shower cubicle and wash basin. Bathroom with toilet.
- Open fire – fuel inc
- Elec, full oil CH, bed linen and towels inc
- Two TVs
- DVD (small library)
- Radio/cassette/CD (small library)
- Tel (honesty box)
- Large enclosed garden with furniture
- Parking (for 3 cars)
Customer Reviews of Tigh na Mara, Port Appin - Sleeps 6
1st comment: The cottage was superb like home from home. Comfortable and peaceful and near to all the places that are poular to visit. The local shop was very good if you ran short of anything. All the local people were very friendly and most helpful. I will be recomending Tigh na Mara to friends. June 2012.
2nd comment: The welcome from Lorna was friendly as she showed us around the property we were overjoyed by the views from the front and the garden at the back. The location was excellent - the road quiet and as the weather was sunny and warm we thought we were in heaven! May 2012.
3rd comment: A real home from home. Has everything you could possibly need and the views from the front of the property are to die for. The owners are very friendly and welcoming. There’s a little shop nearby for anything you might need. There’s a passenger ferry over to the island of Lismore from the village and bikes can be hired ’round the corner’ with easy access to a brilliant cycle track. April 2012.
4th comment: Very well equipped house, especially the kitchen. Owners friendly and helpful. Isle of Lismore accessible by ferry and worth a visit. Cycle path to the castle also a good short walk. Scenery idyllic -changing moods of hills and water according to weather changes. The only downside was the weather. Sept 2011.
5th comment: For October the cottage was well heated. The king size bed was luxurious There was a large comfortable conservatory, a very well equipped kitchen The views were magnificent. Oct 2010.
6th comment: We chose the property because of the location which is amazing. The kitchen is very modern and well equipped. Sept 2010.
7th comment: Very comfortable and homely, like being at Grandma’s! Aug 2010.