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Seafield Farm Cottages

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Achnamara, Lochgilphead PA31 8PS Scotland
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#2 of 5 Speciality lodging in Lochgilphead
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Seafield Farm Cottages are three lovely self catering holiday homes around Loch Sween, Argyll near the village of Achnamara. Byre and Stable Cottages each sleep 2 in two bedrooms and Kirkland Lodge sleeps 2 in one bedroom. All of our accommodation is exceptionally well equipped and comfortable and situated in a beautiful and little known part of the west coast of Scotland. Walking and wildlife in abundance. The perfect place for a relaxing holiday just two hours from Glasgow. We do not accept pets in any of our accommodation.
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Barry T wrote a review Jul 2018
Bath, United Kingdom5 contributions7 helpful votes
We have just had the most relaxing and perfect holiday in the UK we have ever had. Obviously helped by glorious sunshine and no rain (even in Scotland !) The holiday on Loch Sween started with a warm welcome from Jane (including homemade cake) as she showed us around Kirkland Lodge. The views over the Loch were stunning, they changed throughout the day but we never tired of looking out at the spectacular views. There was always something interesting to see, the wide range of birds on the feeders in the garden, a seal swimming up the lock and even a Pine martin running past the entrance at the property. The Lodge had everything we needed including a well equipped kitchen and the bed was particularly comfortable. There are lots of places to visit in the area and we would particularly recommend the boat trip from Crinan harbour. If you are looking for Peace and Tranquillity with beautiful views then this is the place to stay.
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Date of stay: June 2018
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suzesue2016 wrote a review May 2018
Surrey, United Kingdom10 contributions
Another fabulous break at Seafield cottages, this time we stayed in The Byre. Jane and James are our idea of perfect hosts – a warm welcome with the most delicious cake, a source of information and suggestions for walks and outings, quick to respond to any queries (like how to get the DVD working) and where to fish. . The cottage is spacious and very well equipped with attention to comfort and ensuring a relaxing holiday whatever the weather. Books, games, DVDs, maps, local guide books and walks We had good weather in that it was dry when we were out and about enjoying the beautiful spring countryside. We walked everyday – from the Byre into the Knapdale forest, Loch Collie-Bahr (didn’t spy any beavers) and further afield - Taynish nature reserve (sadly the bluebells are late this year); Ellary estate and Loch Caolisport, from Dalavich on Loch Awe to Loch Avich; Crinan woods and Crinan trail; Ardcastle….. A trip to Springbank Distillery in Campbelltown. Great meals out at the Tayvallich Inn, and lunches at the coffee shops in Tayvallich and Crinan, Smiddy’s and Argyll Cafe in Lochgilphead. Suggest you call in on the Tourist Information in the Argyll Book Centre in Lochgilphead early on in your visit for local ‘what’s on’. We were fortunate to attend a concert in St Columba’s Church, Poltalloch. And enjoy browsing the tempting collection of books. Although we didn’t cycle this time, we have in the past enjoyed the many good rides from the cottage – through the Knapdale Forest; to Tayvallich returning via Crinan; across the Moss to Crinan Ferry; to Kilmory then on through the Ellary estate, past St Columba’s cave around Loch Caolisport and back along the Canal (best done at the end of the holiday when stamina and endurance has been built up). Two weeks just flew by! Plenty of memories and two of Jane’s baskets to remind us why we keep going back. Please ignore hotel ratings which are not relevant to the Byre - TripAdvisor does not have the facility for editing
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Date of stay: May 2018
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cathashby wrote a review Apr 2018
Edinburgh, United Kingdom25 contributions17 helpful votes
We stayed at Kirkland for a week and it was perfect! The view of the Loch is lovely and you can sit at the table or sofa and watch the birds. It was a week with cold spells but the wood burning stove and good supply of wood kept us cosy. Everything is well thought out and kitchen has everything you need. The wifi is good, tv, dvd and bluray player when you need them and the area is full of beautiful walks. Bed and shower are fab and there is a supply of books and magazines and even a nice cake on arrival. Thanks for a lovely holiday and we hope to be back soon!
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Date of stay: April 2018
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Stefania G wrote a review Oct 2017
Vancouver, Canada1 contribution
There was nothing we could fault in our stay here as it provided everything we could possibly require. The cottage was incredibly clean, cosy and warm. The kitchen was well equipped with everything we needed for home cooking for the week and the living area was spacious and homely. Seafield Cottages are in a great location if you are looking for a holiday to immerse yourself in nature and the great outdoors.
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Date of stay: October 2017Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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IrenaK-L wrote a review Oct 2017
Angus, United Kingdom83 contributions40 helpful votes
We spent a week at Kirkland. Fabulous! Comfortable and cosy whatever the weather. Great walks on forest tracks in the area and along the Crinan canal. Interesting places to visit but especially good for a relaxing break in lovely, peaceful surroundings. We would definitely visit again.
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Date of stay: October 2017
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Frequently Asked Questions about Seafield Farm Cottages
Which popular attractions are close to Seafield Farm Cottages?
Nearby attractions include Crinan Canal (4.4 miles), Tayvallich Bay (2.4 miles), and Scottish Beaver Trial (2.4 miles).
Is parking available at Seafield Farm Cottages?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Seafield Farm Cottages?
Conveniently located restaurants include The Tayvallich Inn, Rumblin Tum, and Tayvallich Cafe and General Store.
Are there any historical sites close to Seafield Farm Cottages?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Dunadd Fort (7.4 miles), Nether Largie South Cairn (7.2 miles), and Achnabreck Cup and Ring Marks (5.1 miles).
Is Seafield Farm Cottages accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access. For specific enquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.