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Lochgoilhead, Cairndow PA24 8AQ, UK
Mid season price£495/Per Week


A guest review

A group of six of us spent four nights at Steeple View. The house itself is plenty big enough for that many people and comes stocked with all the essentials; plates, glasses, cutlery etc. The house has wifi, sky TV, dvd player to keep you occupied on rainy days and also a good sized garden.

The house is at the entry to Lochgoilhead 30 seconds walk from the Loch and surrounded with excellent views. It’s a short walk to the local post office, or a little further round to the CostCutter.

Great location for hill walking or for activities on the loch itself.

Would completely recommend this holiday rental and are already considering a return visit!

About the property

Excellent value for a 3 bedroom holiday home at the entrance to the village.

The property

A three bedroom, two storey holiday home located at the entrance to Lochgoilhead village. This semi-detached holiday home is a short stroll from the pebbled shoreline of Loch Goil and just minutes from the start of the marked walks within the Argyll Forest Park. Steeple View an excellent value-for-money option for up to 6 people and is a good base if you are coming to explore the area.

Bedrooms and bathroom

  • Bedroom 1: King sized bed
  • Bedroom 2: Twin beds bed plus a cot
  • Bedroom 3: Double bed
  • Ground floor bathroom with shower over bath


  • Wi-Fi
  • Enclosed garden to the front and back
  • Patio furniture
  • Lounge with electric fire and dining area
  • Freeview TV, DVD, CD player
  • Kitchen with 4 rink electric hob, oven, fridge and separate freezer, microwave
  • Washer machine/dryer
  • Non feather pillows and duvets
  • Street parking to front of house
  • Energy included
  • Linen included

Pet – £30

With its enclosed garden and being close to the Arboretum walking area, Steeple View is a popular choice with pet owners.

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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A FREE Local Walking Guide

Enjoy a FREE local walking guide when you book direct with Lochgoilhead Holidays on this website. If you would like a copy in your holiday home on arrival please order one during the online booking process.

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…

What the guests say

“A must see, all round spectacular stay” House was clean and well located. Very large bedrooms and comfortable beds. Children could visit a safe, fun play-park and walks were well signposted from here. The views have to be seen to be fully appreciated but really do inspire the well quoted view that Scotland is a beautiful place visit. Drimsynie holiday village was easily reachable and the shop saved the day……….who knew it’d be sun tan lotion weather? All local activity leaflets are in the footstool (didn’t find that out till day 2) but very easy to stay in the village or equally accessible to Inveraray/Lochgilphead/Loch Lomond. Kids didn’t want to leave, will def be back.
Guest review from TripAdvisor - Mar 2016