|Minimum Stay||3 nights|
Well equipped self-catering cabin in a breath taking location. The cabin is situated in an elevated position with stunning views from glazed elevation. It has a wealth of character and charm to provide a true log cabin experience
Whether you require a base from which to explore Argyll and the west coast, simply enjoy the local area or just relax and be at one with nature our log cabin provides the perfect location.
The accommodation consists of open plan lounge, dining area and kitchen, double bedroom (with en-suite), twin bedroom, double bunk room and family shower room.
The lounge / dining area, which has a high vaulted ceiling, has Satellite TV, DVD, Hi-Fi (via TV & DVD), WiFi * (at extra cost), sofa bed, easy chairs, dining table for 8 and a lovely wood burning stove. Loch elevation is mainly glazed, to maximise the stunning view, with French windows opening onto a raised veranda area.
The kitchen area is well equipped, with cooker, fridge / freezer, microwave, toaster, kettle and all necessary utensils, crockery & cutlery.
Bedroom 1 is a first floor mezzanine room with views over the loch. It has double bed, clothes storage and bed side tables & has an en-suite shower room.
Bedroom 2 has twin beds, wardrobe / clothes storage and bed side cabinet.
Bedroom 3 has two bunk beds, wardrobe / clothes storage and bed side table.
Shower rooms are tastefully finished and have electric showers, wash basin, toilet and shaver point.
Outside there is parking for two cars, an elevated veranda with garden furniture, a BBQ/fire-pit area and ample grounds. The cabin provides privacy and is bordered by a large open meadow on which children can play safely, while watched over from the living area.
The cabin is timber lined throughout, double glazed, highly insulated, well heated and suitable for year round use.
All electricity and linen (not towels) are included within quoted prices.
* PLEASE NOTE: Wifi is provided via satellite broadband and consequently has variable download speed. It is fine for general web browsing and email but is not suitable for downloading film and on-line gaming.
A beautiful presented cabin!very clean and equipped with everything you need!even a bbq which we did use!
It was our friends first visit to Scotland and the location and cabin was first class!!housekeeper and son were very helpful!and the locals were very freindly stopped and chatte
we will definitely be coming back!
The Osprey cabin is in an outstanding location, the area looked stunning during our stay in November with the snowy mountains and the autumn colours. Chris the guy were you get your logs from, was very helpful. The cabin itself is beautifully furnished and comfortable throughout and has a well equipped kitchen. Even with 6 adults and 2 dogs there was plenty of room. Make sure to visit the Kilchrenan Inn, its about 7 miles away and serves locally produced pub meals at a good price its run by a friendly couple who make you feel welcome, we even talked to the farmer who supplies the beef.
Great cabin to stay in an amazing location. Everything works and had all we needed for a weeks stay. There is very close access to loch edge to kayak around plus the surrounding roads and forest areas are perfect for mountain biking. We had a meal in the community bar which was ideal and then stayed for the quiz. Would recommend anyone who likes the outdoors and doesn't want a butler fussing over them then this place is for you. We saw eagles , kingfisher , red squirrels plus lots of other wildlife.
The property (Log cabin) was superb, it is fully geared to allow yourself self catering with as much facilities as your normal home. All of cabin was clean, warm and well maintained. Views over loch Awe were stunning and weather was also in our favour.
Due to ourselves arriving late we had taken a small stock of food, this is something I would advise future visitors to do if arriving late and out of season.
The family who meet and greet are very helpful and it was great to tap into there local knowledge.
I would have no hesitation in recommending friends. My stay was fantastic.
Our log cabins are ideally located to explore the highlands and islands of the west coast of Scotland. There are many attractions within a short drive from Dalavich. To follow is a list of local attractions that we would recommend visiting.
•Oban – Nearest large town, approx 23 miles away. Often referred to as the gateway to the Isles, from where ferries sail to Mull, Iona, Staffa & Colonsay.
•Seafari & Sealife Adventures both do excellent sight seeing, wildlife and whale watching trips from Seal Island, near Oban.
•Cruachan hollow mountain power station. 40 minutes from Dalavich, a great tour around the workings of the hydro power station within the mountain. Good trip for a rainy day.
•Oban Sea Life Centre and Seal Sanctuary. Approx 45 mins from Dalavich. A great day out for all the family.
•Loch Awe Smokery, near Taynuilt. Fun trip and good food.
•Kilmartin House Museum. Find out more about the areas history & archaeology. Award winning restaurant.
•Inverary Castle and Jail.
•Glencoe, Fort William & Ben Nevis are also close enough for a day trip.
•Horse Riding at Achnalarig Farm And Stables, Glencruitten, Nr Oban.
•Other local attractions include Bonawe Iron Works, West Highland Railway (from Fort William), Crinan Canal & Oban Distillery. Keep an eye out for locally advertise Ceilidhs and Highland Games in the summer months.
This is by no means an exhaustive list of the many things to do in the area. There is additional tourist information within all our log cabins.
|Refundable damage deposit||$62|
Dogs welcome @ extra £20 each
Wifi available at £15 per short break (up to 3 nights) or £30 / week.
Please confirm if either of the above are required when booking.