Stable Cottage, Blarghour Farm Cottages, Loch Awe-side, By Dalmally, Argyll, West Highlands
Spacious semi-detached cottage enjoying lovely outlook over Loch Awe and wonderful sunsets
2Bedrooms | 1Bathrooms | Sleeps 4 People
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5.0 / 5 from 2 reviews
Overview of Cottage Accommodation Stable Cottage, Blarghour Farm Cottages, Loch Awe-side, By Dalmally, Argyll, West Highlands
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.
Reviews of STABLE COTTAGE
Never stayed anywhere better - superb!
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.
Mally, Aged 52yrs., Shrewsbury, Shropshire. UK. - Jun 11
Welcoming top quality farm in stunning location
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.
Willow, The Vale Of Glamorgan South Wales - May 11
Just a short note to say a ‘Big Thank You’ for allowing us to spend an excellent week at Blarghour in the Stable House. This really was one of the most enjoyable and restful holidays we have ever spent. We both loved the Loch Awe area and explored far more than intended. We certainly will be back to the area as soon as possible.
Wishing you all the very best for the future,
Very best wishes
Cherry & Jim - Apr 09
Hello to Isabella and Catriona
Just a very quick note say what a wonderful week we had in Argyll. Your cottage was so comfortable and welcoming and the views were amazing. Waking up to that ever-changing view of the loch and the stunning sunsets are something we will all remember.
Colin, Sue, Tamsin amd Matt. - Nov 07
Thank-you for a great holiday. The accomodation in the Stables was probably the best self-catering accomodation we have stayed in, and it was enhanced by the fabulous scenery we enjoyed from the unique position. Thanks once again, and I'm sure we will see you agin in the not too distant future.
Jackie and Ted - 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: 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