Open plan sitting/dining room/kitchen with wood-burning stove, fridge, electric hob and oven, dishwasher, microwave, etc
Bathroom with bath and separate shower, WC and wash basin
Utility room with washing machine and tumble dryer
Double bedroom (super king-size) with free standing bath, wood-burning stove and en suite shower room with WC and wash basin
Sports & Guest information
Canadian Canoe, Kayak and Paddle Board are available for use included in the rental subject to signing the electronic disclaimer.
Bed linen and towels are INCLUDED.
The first £45 of electricity INCLUDED (approximately) with any additional usage payable by meter reading at the end of your stay.
Heating is by electric central heating and wood-burner (supply of logs INCLUDED).
WiFi is INCLUDED (subject to a fair usage policy).
Water is from a private source which is UV filtered and regularly tested; however (as is typical in many parts of Scotland) it can become discoloured, particularly after heavy rainfall.
Guests may therefore prefer to bring bottled water to drink.
Sorry, pets are not accepted.
Because of the situation of the Boathouse, it is not suitable for children under 10.
Taynuilt (8m) has small shops including an excellent general store. Tesco deliver to Achnacarron Farm 100 meters from the Boathouse (a mobile number is needed for the driver).
For such a quiet and peaceful place you are nevertheless spoiled for choice for nearby eating places, such as the Taychreggan Hotel on the lochside. Just a little further up the road, for something very special, you also have the choice of the Ardanaiseig Hotel, one of the most prestigious in the country - a gastronomic experience not to be missed.
The cottage also makes an excellent base for the many things there are to do in the area. The loch itself offers fishing and sailing, speak to Cliff at Lochawe boat yard and there are walks of all levels of difficulty to be enjoyed in the surrounding mountains. For wet weather entertainment, you can go right inside one of them from the Cruachan Visitor Centre and see the hydro-electric station that was built in the heart of that mountain. Taynuilt (8m) has small shops (including an excellent general store), an hotel and a golf course and is on the shores of lovely Loch Etive where you can also visit the old Bonawe Ironworks.
There are superb beaches at Benderloch (turn north across Connel Bridge on the way to Oban), while Oban itself is a bustling port with all facilities including a rail station and from there you can take all kinds of boat trips, either to the islands or to view the marine wildlife in the surrounding waters. A particularly scenic, if slower route from Taynuilt to Oban is the back road through Glen Lonan.
Kilchrenan Inn (local pub 2 miles away great food)
Taychreggan Hotel (cream tea/supper - 3 miles)
Ardanaiseig Hotel (cream tea/supper - 2 miles)