This most attractive old farmhouse is only yards from the sea at the head of Loch Craignish in a beautiful part of Argyll. Standing by itself with no other house nearby and almost an acre of gardens to explore, Craigdhu is a most comfortable and delightful place to holiday and at any time of the year.
Built around a central courtyard, Craigdhu was once the principal farmhouse of Barbreck Estate. It is now a spacious self-catering family home, recently renovated to a very high standard, with five bedrooms and three bedrooms, sleeping nine. From the upstairs bedrooms there are superb views across the loch.
Bedrooms include two doubles, both with en-suite bathrooms, two twins and a single, with an additional bathroom and shower.
There is an exceptionally welcoming kitchen-dining area with direct access to the garden. The fully equipped kitchen, with its hand-crafted ash units, has an Ever-hot cooker ( an electric equivalent of an Aga) plus an additional electric hob, dishwasher, fridge freezer, microwave, and a walk-in larder.
The cosy sitting room with its open fire, has large flat screen TV, DVD, interesting antique furniture and a big selection of books, including many on Argyll.
Other rooms include a drying-laundry room and, in the former grain loft, a large games room with a professional pool table, table tennis and a selection of toys.
The house is surrounded by lawns and an attractive garden with many rare plants and shrubs. There is a sheltered outdoor seating area, with easy access to the kitchen, and a BBQ.
The beach, almost part of the garden, is less than a minutes walk from the house.