|Minimum Stay||2 - 6 nights|
Bedroom 1 with double bed on ground floor. Bedroom 2 on first floor, 2 single beds.
Bathroom on ground floor. Basin wc bath with shower over.
Open plan living/kitchen area. 4 ring electric cooker, microwave, fridge, kettle, toaster. Living area has table & chairs, 3 piece suite, flat screen TV with Sky. DVD player and a selection of games.
Comraich is a warm comfortable open plan cottage with stunning views across Loch Awe. It also has its own resident red squirrels, Cyril & Sybil, who use the feeder outside the window.
Linen and tea towels are provided and electricity is included. The property is no smoking and pets are welcome.
Ardbrecknish set in 20 acres on the banks of Loch Awe offers a quiet, restful setting where one can enjoy the varied wildlife and the many interesting walks. At the adjacent boat yard boats can be hired for either fishing or exploring the loch and it's islands and castles. Innishail, the burial isle for the Dukes of Argyll not only has remains of a 7th century chapel and cross but also Knights Templar grave slabs. Ardbrecknish House also has a small family friendly bar and restaurant, children's play area and laundry facilities. The cottage sleeps 4 in two bedrooms. The Tower sleeps 5 in two bedrooms. The Nursery sleeps 6 in three bedrooms. The West Wing sleeps 12 in five bedrooms.
My wife, Sally, and I bought Ardbrecknish House in Scotland in 2005 after 25 years of dairy farming in Warwickshire, England. We both enjoy helping people make the most out of their holiday with us if it is suggesting where to go on day trips or where to see wildlife and birds. We chose to come to Ardbrecknish as it stands on the banks of Loch Awe, one of the most accessible yet natural lochs in Scotland where we are able to live life in peace and quiet surrounded by outstanding natural beauty. We also enjoy providing the locals with a friendly bar which acts as a focal point for them, fishermen and visitors alike.
We have been at Ardbrecknish for ten years now and have enjoyed every minute. We feel that we have greatly improved the property but we are always open to suggestions.
Jim Makinson purchased this cottage in 2005
Having spent several years visiting the area on holiday we appreciated it's natural beauty. Although seemingly remote it is easily accessible. Glasgow airport is only an hour and a half away. Oban is 40 minutes. Ardbrecknish House dates back to the early 16th century and is steeped in history and folk lore.
Wide open spaces, walking distance of Loch Awe and the boat hire. Friendly bar and restaurant on-site. Family friendly and total peace and quiet with easy access to Inveraray, Oban, Mull and Glen Coe.
The convenience of having access to the house bar and pool table etc by just walking downstairs rather than having to travel for these facilities. The location was brilliant totally stunning Dec 2009
It is a beautiful location and a great place to feel away from it all! It had clean and spacious rooms with necessary equipment. Aug 2009
We very much appreciated the bar and the fact that meals were available at the site without going out in the evening - it made a lot of difference to our stay. We liked the fact that our dog was made welcome and we could walk him without any fear of "losing" him. The loch was very close which was also a bonus. June 2009
Glasgow International is 1.5 hour drive.
Oban, the gateway to the Isles of Mull etc 35 miles, Inveraray
with its castle and prison 12 miles. Kilmartin, a World Heritage Site with an unrivalled wealth and diversity of natural and cultural heritage 20 miles and Glen Coe for its scenery and history 30 miles.
Castle ruins on Loch Awe here
Ben Nevis at Fort William 75 miles next to the Great Glen and Caledonian Canal
Historic Crinan Canal at Lochgilphead 30 miles
Falls of Dochart at Killin near Loch Tay 40 miles