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.
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.
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.
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.
Late Availability Discount Offer - get £100 off the listed price for 7 night stays in Tigh Beg Croft from 3 September to 31 October 2016. Quote iknow when booking.
Offer expires 31st Oct 2016
This offer cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer