Description: About The Turbine House
The Turbine House is a lovely one bedroom cottage with an open-plan living room, kitchen and dining area. There is a bathroom with large walk-in shower and underfloor heating throughout which creates a wonderfully cosy feel. Outside the cottage there is decking to one side which offers great spot for enjoying the outdoors and alfresco dining.
The Ellary and Castle Sween Estates are found between Loch Sween and Loch Caolisport in the west of Scotland. There is some breathtaking scenery found nearby including the rocky outcrops with inlets and sandy beaches as well as a number of islands and islets. This is a fabulous landscape that is perfect for those that enjoy walking and hiking to explore. There are some stunning walks available close to the cottage but it is also well worth venturing further afield; Corrbhan Mor in particular has some truly unique sights, it is the highest point of Ellary and Castle Sween Estates and provides some unforgettable views.
Lochead Burn, found close by, is popular amongst anglers with salmon and seatrout found here, please note that you will need a permit to fish here. This part of the country is truly unique and appeals to a great range of people, from cyclists and mountain bikers to photographers and golfers. Whether you wish to relax and unwind in the comfort of your holiday home or whether you wish to get out and explore the scenery you are sure to have a memorable time here.
This owner/agency has featured on countrycottagesonline.com since 2003
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Setting and Local Information
Local Attractions near Lochgilphead
Top Attractions: Day trips are possible as far as Fort William and beyond to the North, most of central Scotland to the East and as far as Glasgow to the South. To the West, you can take ferry trips to Arran, Gigha, Islay & Jura, Mull and Iona and these can all be accomplished in time to get back for tea leaving plenty of time to do or see whatever motivated the trip. Such excursions might be to visit some of Scotland's famous gardens such as Brodick, Achamore, Arduaine or Crarae or a trip on the steam locomotive from Fort William to Mallaig, a game of golf or a visit to a distillery on Islay, a day skiing at Glencoe or Aonach Morr or one of the hundreds of other attractions which the West of Scotland has to offer.
Local Sports: angling, beachcombing, bird watching, cycling, fishing, golfing, walking, wildlife watching
Want to find out more about The Turbine House?
Please visit the Owner's website to find out more about the holiday cottage, amenities, surrounding area and places to visit in Argyll and Bute.