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Barr-beithe Lower

Sunny holiday Cottage overlooking Loch Awe

Sleeps up to 5

Surrounded by fields and a south facing view over Loch Awe that may be enjoyed from both the patio and the comfort of the sun lounge in this well positioned self-catering cottage.

Easy to live in holiday accommodation; the well-equipped kitchen has an electric hob/oven, dishwasher and washing machine, a refrigerator/freezer and ample work top space.

The living area comprises an open plan lounge, dining area and sunroom which gives access to the garden and patio.

The sunroom is a nice place to relax in good company with the lovely view over Loch Awe.

We are happy to provide a cot and highchair.

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  • Bedroom 1: double bed
  • Bedroom 2: zip-linked double or twin (2 x single) beds
  • Bedroom 3: single bed
  • Shower room and bathroom.
  • Lovely loch view
  • Patio with garden table
  • Sunsets spring, autumn and winter
  • Waterfall close by
  • 3 minute walk to Loch Awe

You might find it helpful to check booking terms and what is/is not included in the rental before booking Barr-beithe Lower directly with us.


Barr-beithe Lower

Garden & Patio

The paved patio, accessed from the sunroom, is equipped with a garden table, a bench and a stand for a disposable barbeque in a sunny spot looking across a field onto Loch Awe.

Discounts

  • 1 or 2 people: 10% off full price
  • 3 or 4 people: 5% off full price

Accessibility

There are 2 steps to the back door.  All rooms are on one level with wheelchair access and riser recliner chair, though access to the shower room is a little too narrow for wheelchairs.  The paved ramp and patio allows easy access to the garden bench and table from the sunroom.

Wildlife

If you are lucky you might catch sight of an osprey fishing in the bay below, a barn owl sunning itself in a tree close-by or a dipper flying up the waterfall, and for the smaller garden birds a nut feeder is filled (outwith summer months). Red deer come down from the higher hill to graze the green grass in the field beside Barr-beithe Lower in the cooler months.