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Lochgoilhead, Cairndow PA24 8AA, UK
Mid season price£395/Per Week

Description

A guest review

This house is a stone’s throw from the loch in a beautiful location. The house is really well equipped with everything you would need, the beds are comfy and we settled in very quickly. There’s lots of local info about places to visit, things to do and scenic walks. There’s books and some films to choose from. We ate at the Goil inn a couple of times, the food was tasty, the service was friendly and it wasn’t too expensive.

About the property

For less than the price of a hotel room you can enjoy the extra space and flexibility of an apartment in the heart of the village.

The apartment

Within Lochgoilhead village, just steps away from the shores of Loch Goil, there are a number of modern apartments and town houses. Ben Arthur Place No. 9 is one of the front facing properties. Ground floor modern townhouse in the heart of Lochgoilhead village. 5 steps to the entrance. An excellent value-for-money option for a single traveller, a couple or two friends looking for a base to explore the area. Steps away from the shores of Loch Goil and the pubs and restaurants in the village.

Bedrooms and shower room

  • Bedroom: Twin beds
  • There is a good sized modern shower

Facilities

  • Wi-Fi – the property has it’s own secure Wi-Fi hub
  • Partial loch view from the lounge
  • Lounge with a remote controlled electric fire
  • Kitchen – electric cooker, fridge/freezer and microwave
  • Table for 2 in the kitchen
  • All the utensils you will need
  • 50″ FreeView TV
  • Books, games and a selection of DVD’s
  • Bed linen and towels provided
  • Travel cot – please bring your own cot llinen
  • Hairdryer
  • No smoking property
  • Energy included
  • Iron and ironing board
  • Starter pack of liquid soaps in the toilet plus toilet paper, 2 black bags, 1 bottle of surface cleaner, scourer, cleaning cloths
  • Sorry – no pets allowed

Location and What is in the area

What is nearby

The Loch Goil area has possibly the best range of Activity Options of any small community in the west of Scotland. Go seal spotting or fishing on a boat from Loch Goil Cruisers, head off one a number of marked Walking Trails, enjoy a round of golf at Drimsynie. Be sure to check out the leisure centre with it’s choice of indoor and outdoor activities. For Entertainment The Goil Inn has live music every Friday night. The nearby holiday park also has regular entertainment, including fun-times for the youngsters. Eating Out options in the village and at the holiday park.

When you are ready to head out the glen, we are pleased to share some of our favourite Scenic Drive options to help you discover what is best in our area. Note: Links open in a new window

In the area – Restaurants, Activities & Shops

  • The Goil Inn – village pub
  • Rob Roy Lounge – at Drimsynie 1 mile
  • Loch Fyne Oysters – sea food 11 miles
  • Leisure Centre – Swimming pool, sauna, jacuzzi, steam room, indoor play area. Open to the public on a pay-as-you-go-basis
  • Loch Goil Cruisers – boat hire – 1 mile
  • Grocery store and Post Office – in village
  • Costcutter mini-market & public laundry
  • ASDA home deliver to this property

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Local Walking Guide

Lochgoilhead is a sensational walking area. Discover the walks not usually found online. Easy to muscle-crunching, as well as the popular dog walks, there is something here for everyone.

Including: Dun Na Cuaiche – the tower above Inveraray, Glen Loin Loop and Sloy Dam from Arrochar, Ben Donich- with views over Lochgoilhead, Donich Circular for the Donich Falls, Steeple Hill – a challenge behind the village, Puck’s Glen Gorge Walk – like nothing else in the area… and more…

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What the guests say

Cosy accommodation This house is a stone’s throw from the loch in a beautiful location. The house is really well equipped with everything you would need, the beds are comfy and we settled in very quickly. There’s lots of local info about places to visit, things to do and scenic walks. There’s books and some films to choose from. We ate at the Goil inn a couple of times, the food was tasty, the service was friendly and it wasn’t too expensive. We visited Inveraray Castle, Glen Coe (2 hours away) took a trip on Loch Lomond and to the Queen Elizabeth Park but we don’t mind a drive. We also did several walks in different areas but enjoyed one near to Lochgoilhead the best! The scenery blew our breath away the waterfalls were pretty and we’ve left with lots of great memories.
Guest review from TripAdvisor - Sep 2016