UM2
Pretty garden area
Lounge/dining area
Amazing views from the lounge/dining area
Kitchen
Double bedroom
Double bed with upper bunk bed
Bathroom
Views from the garden
Famous Atlantic Bridge
1 / 9  Pretty garden area
2 / 9  Lounge/dining area
3 / 9  Amazing views from the lounge/dining area
4 / 9  Kitchen
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6 / 9  Double bed with upper bunk bed
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8 / 9  Views from the garden
9 / 9  Famous Atlantic Bridge

Whitewash Cottage

Oban (13mls SW), Argyll and Bute
Sleeps 4
Bedrooms 2
Bathrooms 1
Change Sat
No Dogs
4 star
Downstairs bedroom
Downstairs bathroom
Waterside views
Internet access
Pub nearby
Shop nearby
Fishing onsite / nearby
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At a glance

  • Single storey holiday home with wonderful views across the Sound of Seil
  • A great location for keen walkers with plenty of walks nearby
  • Travel to mainland Argyll by using the famous ‘Atlantic Bridge’
  • Private patio area with seating where you can enjoy the peace and tranquillity
  • Oban is just a 30 minute drive and is known as the seafood capital of Scotland
  • Village of Ellenabeich is nearby where you can visit the An Cala gardens
Property code: AG579

Beautifully presented cottage situated on the Isle Of Seil which offers an ideal base for those looking to explore the local area and further afield.

Situated on the Isle Of Seil, this beautifully presented cottage offers an idyllic and tranquil holiday home. The picturesque island is a great location for keen ramblers, kayakers and wildlife enthusiasts with plenty to explore and discover. The village of Ellenabeich is just a 10 minute drive and you can delve deeper into the history of the iconic Slate Islands by visiting the Slate Islands Heritage Centre. Also in the village is the An Cala gardens, enjoy a day out at the beautiful and awe-inspiring gardens. Oban is just 30 minutes by car and is known as the seafood capital of Scotland and is also home to a plethora of shops, restaurants and pubs. You can cross over to the mainland in less than a minute by using the famous ‘Atlantic Bridge’, the steeply humped bridge connecting the island to Argyll.

After stepping into this single-storey property, a hallway leads you into the lounge which has large windows and offers comfortable and a TV and DVD, however the views are wonderful from the lounge so you may not want to use it. Over to one side of the lounge, you can find the dining area which is perfect for those evenings in with loved ones. The kitchen is accessed through the lounge and is equipped with an electric oven and hob, fridge/freezer, washing machine and microwave. There are two bedrooms within the property, one is a double bedroom and the second is a bunk bedroom with a full size double bunk bed and a single over. The bathroom benefits from a bath with a shower over and WC.

Outside there is a small private and open garden with wonderful views over the Sound of Seil. There is a pretty patio area which is great for your morning coffee or a light lunch.

This property is personally managed by Lucy.

Reviews

From guests that have stayed at the property.

Based on 12 guest ratings

Overall cleanliness
4.8
Overall equipment
4.7
Overall comfort
4.8
Overall location
4.6

Reviewed by Jean 22nd September 2018

The cottage was lovely, well equipped. The views were beautiful.

Reviewed by Christine 11th August 2018

Absolutely loved our holiday at this cottage & the Isle of Seil. Our children are already asking when can we go back - lovely location with amazing views. Well worth getting the ferry for the very short crossing to the Isle of Luing, another lovely little island. Thanks for a fantastic holiday.

Reviewed by Lynda 4th August 2018

This is a lovely cottage set in a lovely area. Comfortable and spacious and a good base to explore the surrounding area. Only a 30 minute drive to Oban. The cottage has all the equipment you need, but you will need to bring personal towels.

Reviewed by Lydia 28th July 2018

If its solitude your looking for with plenty of walks/wildlife and views then this is the place to be, weve had a wonderful holiday there and will be recommending this place to all whos after this kind of holiday.

Reviewed by Eileen 7th July 2018

Beautiful cottage, fabulous views and we enjoyed total peace and tranquility. Close to many little villages and Loch's and only a short drive from Oban and Easdale. Stunning scenery and we were able to visit many point of historical interest. Highly recommended

Reviewed by Frank 23rd June 2018

Lovely location great views very spacious and private good base for walking and nice friendly inn.

Reviewed by Duncan 9th June 2018

Nice quiet location with lots to explore locally. There was plenty of wildlife to admire from the comfort of the lounge along with lovely views.

Reviewed by Linda 12th May 2018

The cottage was more than equipped than just basic items. The location stunning . The view from the cottage was breathtaking. Plenty of walking in and around the area and plenty of wildlife on your doorstep. Would recommend this cottage to anyone and would definitely choose again if we visit Scotland.

Reviewed by Robert 23rd December 2017

We stayed here for a week over Christmas 2017. As we were inbetween moving home, we wanted some space to ourselves and we found a great place to do just that! There were three of us including a toddler plus a dog. Couldn't have asked for a more quieter spot. No light pollution at night so a great view of the stars which James enjoyed. The cottage wRead moreas warm, comfortable and plenty space for the three of us. James, even though 2 and still in a cot bed wanted up on the bunk beds! We felt welcomed. Hide

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Location

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