Barr - Beithe Lower, Blarghour Farm Cottages, Loch Awe-side, By Dalmally, Argyll, West Highlands
A very pleasant three-bedroomed cottage situated close to the water and enjoying delightful views across Loch Awe. This cottage is wheelchair accessible
Barr - Beithe Lower
3Bedrooms | 1Bathrooms | Sleeps 5 People
Overview of Cottage Accommodation Barr - Beithe Lower, Blarghour Farm Cottages, Loch Awe-side, By Dalmally, Argyll, West Highlands
Visit Scotland 4 Stars
From its sunny location close to Loch Awe this cottage offers extensive views from the lounge/dining room/sun lounge and has a waterfall close by.
Accommodation: well equipped kitchen, lounge diner and ajoining sunlounge which looks out along Loch Awe. Separate bath and shower rooms.
Three bedrooms sleeping 5:
Bedroom 1: double
Bedroom 2: zip-linked double or twin option
Bedrooms 3: single
Cot and highchair available
Garden: simple garden of grass and daffodils in sping
Picnic table and garden bench positioned in a sunny spot allowing guests to relax and enjoy Loch Awe
Reviews of BARR - BEITHE LOWER
Just to say how much we enjoyed our stay at Barr-beithe. Very memorable and one which we have every intention of repeating at some point.
Jim & Sally - Jul 09
Just a little message to let you know that we thoroughly enjoyed our few days at your cottage at Lower Barr Beithe.
We could not have found a nicer place to stay - the house was very comfortable and the views just fabulous. Sitting in the sun room looking out on to Loch Awe was one of the highlights of our holiday.
Carole, Linda and Muriel - Nov 08
We had a great time, the house was excellent and we hope to be back again.
Dave, Emma and family - May 05
The Area: Blarghour Farm Cottages, Loch Awe-side, By Dalmally, Argyll, West Highlands
Blarghour Farm is located 10 miles along the B840 accessed via the A819 (Inveraray - Dalmally).
Blarghour is a hill farm 2000acres on which we rear traditional black-faced sheep and luing cattle.
Things to do:
Loch Awe: Walking, fishing and boat hire, Cruachan Power Station, fishing at Inverawe
Inveraray: Inveraray Castle - Home of the Duke of Argyll, chief of the Clan Campbell; Inveraray Jail - life in a 19th century jail ought to life;Argyll Adventure (pony rides, bungee trampoline, paintball range, laser shooting and climbing wall); Auchindrain Museum of Country Life; Loch Fyne Oyster bar - good seafood and garden centre; The George Hotel - good bar food in popular bar; The Loch Fyne Hotel - swimming pool.
Mid-Argyll: Kilmartin House Museum - introduction to the ancient monuments of Kilmartin Glen, good cafe and shop; Ancient standing stones; Kilmartin Glen Cup and ring marks; Crinan Canal; Dunadd Fort - stronghold of the kingdom of Dalriada; Crinan Canal; Tavallich Inn.
Oban: McCaig's Tower, Oban Distillery, swimming pool, shopping, Calmac ferries to Mull & iona, Coll & Tiree or a wildlife tour to the Treshnish Isles
Great fish & Chips.
Throughout Loch Awe and Argyll there are many marked forest tracks on which to explore on foot.