At a Glance
- 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms
- Set in 50 acres of informal hill land
- Recently renovated
- Secluded location
- Oban 6 miles
- Good mobile phone signal
- Barbecue and garden furniture
About Tigh Beg Croft Cottage
Tigh Beg Croft holiday cottage near Oban has to be one of the ultimate secluded Highland hideaways - situated at the sea entrance to Loch Feochan, with spectacular views down the 'Firth of Lorn'. There are no garden fences, only the 50 acres of stunning shoreland and informal hill land - ideal for walkers.
The surrounding area was made famous in the 1968 film 'Ring of Bright Water,' starring Bill Travers and Virginia McKenna, and more recently it was used in some of the final scenes of 'Enigma', a film based on the Robert Harris thriller.
Tigh Beg Croft has recently been renovated and lovingly refurbished, equipped with all home comforts making it an ideal base for a memorable holiday all year round.
- Ideal for a relaxing family break, the cottage offers three bedrooms and a modern open plan living/ kitchen area with open lag fire.
- The cottage sleeps a maximum of 4 adults and 2 children.
- The kitchen area is equipped with a dishwasher, a large fridge and freezer, and there is a family dining area available.
- The lounge offers modern entertainment equipment including a flat screen TV, iPod music system and CD player.
Bedrooms / Bathrooms
- The cottage has 3 bedrooms including a ground floor double bedroom and twin bedroom which have shared use of a bathroom with underfloor heating and a bath with a shower over.
- There is an additional loft bedroom which can be configured as a king size double or twin bedroom.
- Please note the room is not suitable for young children or those with limited mobility due to the steep stairs.
There are no garden fences surrounding the cottage, only beautiful open countryside and shoreline. There is a barbecue and garden furniture outside the cottage, perfect for al fresco dining.
Facilities/ Further Information
- Strictly no smoking.
- No pets permitted.
- Electricity is payable by meter reading at the end of your stay - averaging £10-18 per week.
- There is car parking a few metres away from the cottage, which is accessed by descending a steep field track footpath.
Short breaks and holidays of minimum 3 nights or more are available in winter making the cottage ideal for a family getaway all year round. Book your holiday escape online now. Weekly bookings changeover day is a Saturday.
Around and About
- A fine country inn serving good home cooked food and real ales is nearby, just up the Glen.
- The cottage is located in the idyllic rural location of the Westcoast Highlands, with stunning sea views.
- The traditional harbour town of Oban, the 'Seafood Capitol of Scotland' and the main ferry port for the Hebridian Isles is only 6 miles away. Here you can find a selection of popular shops, restaurants and pubs.
From the south on the M6/M74 take the new Glasgow south route, follow airport signs heading for Erskine bridge then onto the A82 heading for Crainlarich. At Tyndrum take the A85 for Oban. (Or for Trossachs route head for Stirling on the M73/A80). Take the M9 for Perth, exiting for Stirling at junction 10. Take the A84 heading for Crianlarich, finally on to the A85 to Oban.
From Oban take the main A816 South road - signposted for Lochgilphead and Campbeltown - for 2 miles, turn right on the road signposted for Lerags and continue for 1.5 miles to Lagnakeil lodges reception where you pick up your cottage keys.