Blarghour Farm Cottages Loch Awe-side, By Dalmally, Argyll, West Highlands Scotland
Four quality character cottages with stunning views across Loch Awe, sleep 2,4,5 and 6 people - or combined to sleep 17.
Prices£315 - £795 / week.
Tel: 01866 - 833246
- Holiday cottages sleeping up to 17 people.
- Washing Machine
- Sea / Lake View
- Downstairs Bedroom
- Downstairs Bathroom
- Internet Access
See Photos and Description of Holiday Cottage Accommodation: Blarghour Farm Cottages, Loch Awe-side, By Dalmally, Argyll, West Highlands
At Blarghour, a working hill farm on the shores of lovely Loch Awe, Argyll, the holiday guest has a choice of high quality, well appointed self-catering holiday cottages of individual character, each enjoying its own splendid rural view over loch and mountain in this highly scenic area in the West Highlands of Scotland. All four properties have been awarded the 4 star classification of the Scottish Tourist Board.
Barn has been specially designed to provide accommodation for 2 persons, and enjoys a pleasing view from the open plan living area on the first floor, with three large velux windows and full length window in the south gable catching the sun and contributing to the warm, ight atmosphere.
Stable, formed from the conversion of a barn, has two twin / double bedrooms to sleep four people, and provides an exceptional vista of Loch Awe from three full length windows which open onto a terrace.
Barr-Beithe Lower is a very pleasant three-bedroomed cottage which sleeps five, situated close to the water and enjoying delightful views across Loch Awe. This cottage is wheelchair accessible.
Barr-Beithe Upper is a delightful cottage which sleeps six, enjoying superb views across Loch Awe from a slightly elevated position, set in a mature garden of heathers, alpines and azaleas.
Barn Cottage ( Sleeps 2 )
Visit Scotland 4 Stars
At Blarghour, a working hill farm on the shores of lovely Loch Awe, Argyll, the holiday guest has a choice of high quality, well appointed self-catering holiday cottages of individual character, each enjoying its own splendid rural view over loch and mountain in this highly scenic area in the West Highlands of Scotland.
Simply designed to provide comfortable, tasteful and spacious accommodation for one or two people with a view over the nearby hill and wood, Barn Cottage comprises:
Upstairs - lounge/well-equipped kitchen and diner with four velux windows which look out onto the open hillside and to the woodlands beyond. Glimpses of Loch Awe can be seen from Barn though not from the comfort of an arm chair.
Star gazing - put the lights off and enjoy the night sky from the comfort of your arm chair!
Ground floor - one bedroom with zip-linked double or twin bed option. Bathroom with walk in shower
Garden: wall area with picnic table and there is also a garden bench nearby where guests may relax and enjoy the vista of Loch Awe.
Stable Cottage ( Sleeps 4 )
Visit Scotland 4 Stars
This spacious barn conversion features a large lounge/dining room with three west facing full length windows looking out to Loch Awe and wonderful evening sunsets from spring to autumn.
Accommodation: large open plan lounge with feature open spiral staircase, diner and well equipped kitchen.
On the upper floor two bedrooms and bathroom with walk in shower
Bedrooms: both bedrooms may be zip-linked double or twin beds
Patio: large patio in a sunny position overlooking Loch Awe with garden table and bench.
Stable Cottage is one of four cottages at Blarghour, a working hill farm on the shores of lovely Loch Awe, Argyll, offering the holiday guest a choice of high quality, well appointed self-catering holiday cottages of individual character, each enjoying its own splendid rural view over loch and mountain in this highly scenic area in the West Highlands of Scotland. All four properties have been awarded the 4 star classification of the Scottish Tourist Board.
Barr - Beithe Lower ( Sleeps 5 )
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
Barr - Beithe Upper ( Sleeps 6 )
Visit Scotland 4 Stars
Situated in a lovely mature garden, Barr-beithe Upper enjoys a lovely outlook over Loch Awe and to the rear sheep and luing cattle can often be seen grazing on the open hillside.
Spacious accommodation: large kitchen diner, TV lounge and conservatory,separate bath and shower rooms, and three bedrooms sleeping a maximum of 6 people.
Bedroom 1: King sized double
Bedroom 2: Twin or zip-linked double option
Bedroom 3: Twin
Cot and highchair available
Picnic table and garden bench in garden in sunny position overlooking Loch Awe
Television: FreeSat (BBC channels, ITV and Channel 4)
Location: Barr-beithe is 1 mile from Blarghour at the other end of the farm. At Barr-beithe there is another cottage, Barr-beithe Lower, which is separated by a field.
Reviews of BLARGHOUR FARM COTTAGES
"Cottage clean, comfortable and well-equipped with lovely view. We enjoyed the colours in the garden and willl miss watching the lambs play in the evening. Enjoyed our holiday very much."
"Cottage clean with plenty room for 2 people. We enjoyed an active week exploring the farm and the shoreline by Loch Awe. A real treat to see the Ospreys and hear the call of the Curlew and the divers. Evenings spent star/moon gazing from the comfort of our armchairs - yes all in all a very good simple holiday"
"The cottage was clean and nicely decorated. The kids enjoyed the Sealife Centre and a pony ride. We explored a bit and found some nice beaches. We all enjoyed the good weather and the delicious shortbread!
"Catriona and Isabella, what can I say?
Catriona was very pleasant and helpful in all e-mails and face to face conversations we had.
Stable was very clean, very tidy with comfortable furnature and excellent bed. The kitchen was also very clean and, I must say, very well equiped.
The views from the windows, early morning and sunset, were absolutely stunning and I can honestly say that my wife and myself, have never stayed anywhere better than here, we didn't want to go home at the end of the week but I do have one complaint - five stars are not enough to rate this delightful place.
Many thanks and best wishes to you both."
"We can highly recommend Blarghour Farm as a wonderfully peaceful place to stay.We first found it 20 years ago and have been back to holiday there every year since. The farm draws us back with a genuinely warm welcome, the highest quality of comfort and accommodation, and its beautiful location with commanding views overlooking one of the finest freshwater lochs in Scotland. All of our interests are catered for around the farm and surrounding area. We can enjoy hill walking, photography, relaxation, bird and other wildlife study, island-hopping on the west coast, and wandering among the richest concentration of historical sites in Scotland. As the farm faces west over Loch Awe, the sunsets through the seasons are spectacular. As you sit in the quality comfort of the Stable and watch the sun go down over sparkling water you will not want to leave.
Location: 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: 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.
Blarghour Farm Cottages rental prices for 2021 £315 - £795
BARN COTTAGE: £315 - £415
STABLE COTTAGE: £405 - £625
BARR - BEITHE LOWER: £435 - £710
BARR - BEITHE UPPER: £485 - £795
Special Offers / Late Availability.
Gas and electricity are metered and charged before departure
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