- Baby Equipment
- Log Fire
- Beach nearby
- Beach within walking distance
- Golf nearby
- Horse Riding
- Child Friendly
- Ideal for honeymoons
- Sea View
From 16th October 2021 to 30th October 2021
Late availability 16th - 30th October.
Was £1350 per week, now £1250 per week.
The most secluded cottage ever! This was the cottage used in the Ring of Brightwater film. Situated at the sea entrance to Loch Feochan it has spectacular views down the Firth of Lorn. Access is by private track of 1.5 miles. No neighbours, just you, the hills and the sea - the ultimate get away from it all location.
Tigh Beg Croft holiday cottage has to be one of the ultimate secluded Highland hideaways - there are no garden fences, only the open land and the sea to keep you in and amused. This classic 'get away from it all' location is set in some fifty acres of informal hill land and shore line giving you some spectacular walking country. The croft and this part of the coastline were used in the 1968 filming of 'Ring of Bright Water' and more recently in the final scenes of 'Enigma', based on the Robert Harris thriller. We feel very privileged to be able to offer Tigh Beg Croft as a holiday cottage and short break destination to enable our guests to totally unwind and relax. The croft has been recently renovated and completely refurbished to give you all the home comforts you would expect, making a great holiday destination at any time of year.
There are many activities that can be found in and around Oban to keep the family happy - why not visit the Sea Life Centre, go walking on nearby Kerrera Island, or go on an exciting SeaFari to see the dolphins, seals and maybe even a whirlpool! There are many fabulous cycle trails to explore the area, including the new Oban to Fort William beautiful coastal cycle path. Sea Kayaking is loads of fun and Oban boasts two kayaking training centres for the whole family to experience. Oban is known as the seafood capital of Scotland, and you`ll find a variety of good restaurants and cafés to suit your tastes. Take the ferry to explore one of the many islands accessible from Oban, including the beautiful Iona, Colonsey and wild Mull. The ‘Barn Bar’ pub is within walking distance – but bring your hiking boots!
From the south on the M6/M74 head for Stirling on the M73/A80. Take the M9 for Perth, exiting for Stirling at junction 10, taking A84 heading for Crianlarich, finally on to the A85 to Oban. From Oban take the main A816 South - signposted for Lochgilphead and Campbeltown - for 2 miles, turn right on road signposted for Lerags and continue for 3.5 miles down the Glen.
Glasgow 90 miles
Nearest Train Station:
Oban 4 miles
Nearest Bus Stop:
Oban 4 miles
Local pub a short walk away
There is a lounge with log burning fire (large flat screen TV & CD player, ipod music system dock). The open plan kitchen is fully fitted with dishwasher and large fridge & freezer. There are two bedrooms sleeping up to four people - one double and one twin bedroom. There is electric night storage heating.
Access is by a private track road of about one half miles with the final approach over unsurfaced track. This special place is quietly situated at the sea entrance to Loch Feochan, with spectacular views down the 'Firth of Lorn', just three miles further down the glen from Lagnakeil lodges and yet only six miles from Oban with all its quality amenities, shops and restaurants. Go for a stroll in the hills and not meet a soul, watch the sunset, see the otters playing, then take a shower and settle down for the evening in front of the fire! Barbeque and garden furniture provided. Car parking within metres of cottage accessed by descending a steepish field track footpath (can be slippy in wet weather).
The cottage is set in the stunning setting of Lerags Glen, with unrivalled views of the glen and loch Feochan. Children of all ages delight in exploring this beautiful Glen. There is plenty here to keep the kids occupied in the great outdoors, with trails through the hills, playing on the local beaches and the many attractions and sightseeing opportunities around the area. The bustling town of Oban is only five minutes drive away, with shops, restaurants and cafés. The cottages are suitable for all ages. Our children grew up in Lerags Glen so we know the adventures your children can have gaining from the experience of being let free to explore safe natural surroundings having great fun and providing lasting memories. We have a number of other properties – cottages, lodges and an apartment in Oban, so let us know if you are looking for a different type / size of accommodation.
Conditions of Rental
Arrival from 3.30pm and Departure by 9.30am to allow housekeepers access. Sorry, no pets allowed.