Corranbuie offers spacious accommodation ideal for two families or a group of friends. Sleeps 6 + 2 (3 Bedrooms & a sofa bed)
Direct access to loch
4 acres of land, including large lawn, woods and burns
2 Double bedrooms - one on the ground floor and one with loch views. One twin bed room with loch views
All bed linen and towels included
Sitting room with wood burning stove - Loch views
Dining room with loch views
Snug with open fire
Ground floor bathroom with bath, shower over, washbasin and WC
Cloakroom with washbasin and WC
Oil fired central heating
Fully equipped kitchen
Utility area with washing machine, dryer and dishwasher
BBQ, games, books, broadband and DVDs
Large patio overlooking the garden and loch
Travel cot and high chair
Parking for several vehicles
2 doubles & 1 twin
Bathroom + WC
Bring your dinghy or paddle board
No permit required
"We had a fabulous week in this lovely homely cottage.
The weather was amazing for March and therefore we were able to make the most of the beautiful location. The cottage is sitting right on the loch(literally at the bottom of the garden) and the views are spectacular with an abundance of wildlife including deer who visit regularly. The cottage itself is warm, cosy and comfortable with everything you need provided. We fully intend to book again asap. we feel we found an absolute gem. Owner was great
- A Gough (Mar 22)
"A beautiful cottage in a truly beautiful location!"
If you’re looking for a remote, calm, time-out break, then this is just perfect. The property owner was very accommodating for us and very helpful. We will definitely be returning in the near future!
-R Thomas (Feb 22)
"Wonderful home in stunning location, house warm and comfortable with everything ..."
Wonderful home in stunning location, house warm and comfortable with everything you need, ideal location for exploring the area and lovely woodland walks across the road, thank you so much for a wonderful holiday
- D Owen (Dec 21)
"Fantastic comfortable and spacious holiday cottage"
Great views, very peaceful and an easy drive to the nearest village for supplies. Wouldn't hesitate to return or recommend.
- L Collins (Nov 21)
"What a magical place."
I booked this 12 months ago and had really been looking forward to it and it didn't disappoint. Useful and friendly communication from the owner prior to arrival. Easy access to the cottage which we found to be very clean, very welcoming and comfortable. The situation of the cottage is just stunning, you see a different view every time you look across the loch, and I cant believe it could be anymore beautiful than in the Autumn. We didn't leave the peninsula for the whole week, with the Kintyre Way nearby, forest walks and the wonderful little Tarbert 9 hole golf course, we were fully occupied, coming home to the cottage in the evening having bought fire supplies form the hardware store in Tarbert and food from the well stocked co-op to cook in the cosy but functional kitchen at Corranbuie. We also had a wonderful meal at the Starfish restaurant in Tarbert which I would strongly recommend. As previous reviews have commented, if you are looking for a perfect, modern (grey) house with mod cons then Corranbuie probably isn't for you. if you are looking for cosy, comfortable, welcoming and with a view to die for, then Corranbuie is perfect. I have to mention the road, it is deceptively busy and Corranbuie is on a bend but, there is a viewing mirror on the other side of the road which you must use when exiting, alternatively, one person can stand on the opposite drive/road and see you out. It wasn't a problem once we got the hang of it. The road does generate some noise which you can hear in the master bedroom, but it was very manageable. I loved Corranbuie and would happily recommend it.
- S Stringer (Oct 21)
"We had a very restful stay at Corranbuie."
The cottage is very cosy with an excellent heating system, a wonderful multifuel stove and a superb tumble dryer ( much needed as it rained the whole time we were away) A convenient location for visiting Inverary, Lochgilphead, Crinan, Kilmartin, Skipness and Tayinloan for the Gigha Ferry. Oban and Campeltown make good trips too. Our dog loved the freedom. We ate out a lot and found many excellent local eateries which were dog friendly. We would definitely come back.
- G Wilson (Oct 21)