Gorgeous, traditional, stone-built cottage set in the midst of the spectacular Argyll countryside, perfect as a romantic retreat for two.
Tucked into the hillside is this truly stunning stone cottage, boasting magnificent views across the highlands towards Ben Cruachan, the highest point in Argyll and Bute. There are miles of scenic farm tracks right from the front door for you and your four-legged friend to explore. Enjoy the peace and seclusion of the farmland and surrounding countryside or head to the coastline at nearby Aird’s Bay (3 miles) to spot some of the local wildlife. The stunning vistas and an abundance of nature make this the perfect location for a romantic getaway or to escape the hustle of urban life - with your canine companion never far away.
The cottage boasts a beautiful enclosed garden for your beloved hound to stretch their legs in complete safety, while you enjoy the view with a glass of wine. After an afternoon visiting the nearby historic iron forgery of Bonawe and chasing sticks through the mountains, wrap yourself in a blanket and warm your paws in front of the wood burner from the comfort of the sofa. You can indulge in all of the comforts of home and more, with a modern kitchen, stylish furnishings throughout and stunning original features. Light up the BBQ on a sunny day and enjoy some al fresco dining in front of the spectacular highland vista, with the whole pack.
The nearby village of Taynuilt is famed for its traditional (and dog-friendly!) pubs, brimming with charm and locally produced food. The village has all the amenities you may need including a local shop and even a railway station, all less than 2 miles away. Set tails wagging with a visit to nearby Oban (12 miles) where you will find ancient ruins, castles and the historic harbour front with its colourful waterfront cottages. For something a little stronger, book onto a whisky tour with one of the many local distilleries and sample some of Scotland’s finest malts.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.