Stables Cottage is a charming semi-detached property located in the village of Clachan. Having been converted from a stable to provide unique holiday accommodation, this cottage has some splendid features and exposed stone walls which give it a rustic charm whilst still providing all the comforts. With open plan living/kitchen area you will not be disappointed as both come fully furnished to a great standard. There is a lovely patio area to the back of the cottage and large shared garden with river flowing past at the bottom. The first floor bedroom is cosy and the circular window at the top of the double bed provides some excellent views over the garden and onto the roaming hills beyond. A beautiful sandy beach lies just 20 minutes walk from Clachan which has a service station with well stocked shop and post office services available.
|Size||Sleeps up to 4, 1 bedrooms|
|Will consider||Short breaks (1-4 days)|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest railway: Oban|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
|Rooms||1 bedroom, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms|
|Further details indoors|
Bedroom: With double bed, wash basin, TV and radio/CD, featuring circular window boasting beautiful views to the hills.
Property has electric heating and comprises: Open plan Lounge/Kitchen/Dining Lounge Area: With sofa bed (sleeps 2), TV, DVD and video with French doors leading out to patio and garden. Kitchen Area: With electric cooker, microwave and fridge with ice box. Bathroom: With bath, shower cubicle, WC, wash basin and washer/dryer. Sun Porch: With two wicker chairs and good hanging space. Open tread staircase (youngsters take care!) leads to....
All fuel, power, bed linen and towels included. Telephone (incoming calls only). Cot available on request.
This region has a contrasting landscape of lochs, mountains, forests and coastline and it's therefore no coincidence that it's one of the most popular holiday destinations in Scotland. Its popularity is easy to understand when you consider the mouth watering attractions within its boundaries; which include the beautiful Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park in the west and the wonderful forests, mountains and rivers which are characteristic of Tayside and Perthshire to the east. The city of Stirling can also be found in this area, with its rich historical significance in Scottish history and connections to William Wallace and Robert the Bruce. The beautiful and unique coastlines here, both on the west coast and east coast, are ideal holiday destinations. Stretching in the west from Oban in the north down to Strathclyde and the Ayr coast, and in the east the coast extends from Dundee and Angus south the along the Fife coast to Edinburgh.
The surrounding area of Argyll has an endless amount to explore including fishing, on sites like Loch Awe with its brown trout and pike or salmon on the River Orchey. It is also home to the Bein Cruachan mountain range. At over 3000ft, the range features several peaks including the ‘The Hollow Mountain' which describes the power station built within the mountain itself. With a cavern the size of the Tower of London used to house a massive power station gathering hydro electricity a kilometre under the ground! The site is open to visitors almost all year round and truly is a one off experience. There is also an abundance of historical sites within the area such as the ruins of Kilchurn Castle and Conan's Kirk all with their own story of the area to tell.