Cosy Cottage Loch Awe

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This holiday accommodation is a cosy three bedroom semi detached cottage, which used to be our permanent home, on south lochaweside Loch Awe Argyllshire. The property is in an area of outstanding natural beauty. Quite isolated. Great for walking, fishing, artists, nature lovers etc- if you are looking to get away from it all this is certainly the place for you, dogs welcome (small charge £10 per pet per week) enclosed rear garden and vast forests to explore . The cottage includes the following:

- 3 Bedrooms (Sleeps 5 comfortably)
- Beautiful cast iron fireplace
- Open fire central heating with alternative electric central heating
- Bath and electric shower
- Loch views

Above Left: View over the Beautiful Loch Awe
Above Right: Eredine Forest, a couple of minutes walk from the house

The views from the back garden of the loch are spectacular. This cottage is quite remote and certainly takes you into an area of seclusion which is so hard to find these days. A perfect, get away from it all, break. 
This area of Scotland is one which is not yet on the map for tourists, and although my view is biased I personally find it the best. It is extremely peaceful and tranquil and you are surrounded by nature. Red Squirrells and woodpeckers come to feed from the nuts outside the front window, and if you are lucky you can see wild deer on the roadside or in the beautiful forest behind the house. If you are extremely lucky you may even catch a glimpse of a pine marten. 
Loch Awe is the longest freshwater loch in the whole of the Country extending to some 25 miles.

Above Left: Waterfall in the forest behind the cottage
Above Right: Roe deer on the forestry track in the forest behind the cottage

In the autumn months you can go foraging for funghi and mushrooms in the forest behind the house, such as the ones seen above, whilst in springtime the loch side flourishes with bluebells and daffodils. In winter months snow frosts the tops of the mountains, especially Ben Cruachan, and transforms the lochside into a winter wonderland.



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Last Updated January 2016