Aird Farm Holiday Cottages

Ardfern, Argyll, Bute & The Islands

Sleeps 1-6
£380 - £700


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10th October 2019

Last Minute Dates Available!

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Aird Farm Holiday Cottages are situated 3 miles from the village of Ardfern in Argyll. The cottages are traditional Scottish self catering holiday homes set amongst some of the most stunning scenery in Scotland at the end of Craignish Peninsula; looking onto the islands of Jura, Scarba, Mull and Luing with a view of the Straits of Corrivrechyan which is the well known whirlpool between Jura and Scarba.

Aird House sleeps 6 people and provides a high quality of accommodation of self catering accommodation.

The accommodation consists of four bedrooms (one double bedroom, two single bedrooms and a twin bedroom downstairs), lounge with a wood burning stove and oil fired heating, a fully fitted modern dining kitchen, bathroom upstairs and toilet and washbasin downstairs. There is also a utility room and drying room at the back entrance. The front of the house is surrounded by a walled garden. There is also an I-Pod dock.

Aird Steading Cottage offers spacious, luxury accommodation for 2. This cottage is unique in that it is the only cottage on Craignish peninsula to have views to the west of the islands of Scarba, Jura, Mull and Luing as well as Loch Craignish to the east. The cottage has: double bedroom with king-size bed (5'), luxury bathroom with a Jacuzzi, power shower and bathrobes are provided, fully fitted kitchen/dining room with a door leading to an enclosed garden and lounge with a wood burning stove and oil fired heating and I-Pod dock.

The village of Ardfern is a well known yachting haven and has a post office, the Crafty Kitchen offering a food cafe with a craft shop within. The local hotel, Galley of Lorne, offers a bar and evening meals in its restaurant. There is also a village shop. Nearby is the village of Craobh Haven with a pub, a seafood restaurant and water sports on offer.

Mid Argyll is well known for its standing stones and Neolithic burial grounds with one being situated on Aird Farm itself. Kilmartin House museum in the village of Kilmartin, is a new archaeology centre which shows intriguing views of life in pre-historic Scotland.

Oban is twenty-seven miles with steamers and boat trips to the island of Mull, Tiree and Colonsay. Lochgilphead is twenty miles to the south.

Short breaks

Short breaks out of season, please see website for more details.

Rates : From 380 to 700 per week depending on season & unit. All fuel and linen included in the price.
Maximum of 6 people.
No smoking is permitted. Sorry, no pets allowed.
Wi-Fi/internet access.
Both holiday cottages have a wood burning stove.
4 Star & 5 Star Visit Scotland.

Please note that map locations may be approximate.

Some of the Amenities available are:

Wireless Broadband Available
Off Street Parking
Open / Log / Gas Fire

More Information

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Aird Farm Holiday Cottages Website
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