This impressive and substantial Victorian house enjoys an incredible position beside the sea loch of Loch Goil, where it takes in magnificent scenery and provides exquisite, elegant living accommodation.
Enjoying an idyllic position on the shore of the dramatic Loch Goil, this impressive turreted Victorian property provides tranquil and relaxing accommodation for nine guests with two pet dogs. Surrounded by stunning countryside, this secluded house has been tastefully decorated and offers period charm and a soothing atmosphere, making it the perfect spot for a family or group to relax in. Complete with a private hot tub, this wonderful retreat makes a great base for exploring a breathtaking part of Argyll.
This fantastic property features a welcoming drawing room with a tall bay window, grand fireplace, elegant furnishings and a traditional wood burner. The richly decorated dining room has a large table and glass chandelier to create the perfect backdrop for a memorable meal. The ground floor also offers a delightful kitchen/breakfast room, a conservatory and the spacious vaulted-ceiling family room where you can sit back, relax, enjoy a movie, chat or play pool. There are five stylishly furnished bedrooms, including a master bedroom on the ground floor with a beautiful four-poster bed. There is also a handy shower room with WC on the ground floor. The remaining bedrooms are on the first floor, several with glorious views of the loch. There’s also a cosy reading area with a picture window on the half-landing. A private lochside lawn area features a picnic bench and opens onto the pebble beach. A fast-flowing burn runs through the back garden, so young children must be supervised at all times.
Situated within the Argyll Forest Park, this is a fantastic base for dogs and their owners who wish to explore the west coast and the magical Argyll countryside. There are opportunities for hill walking, discovering sparkling lochs and spotting wildlife including otters, wildcats and eagles. The ruins of Carrick Castle lie on the lochside close to the house. Lochgoilhead (6 miles) has a number of shops and an excellent inn.