Lochgilphead, Argyll & Bute
+44 (0)141 339 3064

Ample space, superlative scenery and all mod cons make this a perfect find for families and groups. You can bring the dog, too!


2 places


Sleeping from 3 – 9

Children welcome
Pets welcome

The Experience

Feel the pull of the lochs and hills on Scotland’s west coast – come in spring for the bluebells or anytime for the rich wildlife. Less than a mile from the village of Ardfern with its local shop and pub stands this traditional croft and well-planned extension; 300 metres up a steep track and set in its own grounds, it has timeless, mesmerising views over Loch Craignish. It’s a functional, homey, well-equipped hideaway; solar panels heat the water and an air-source heat pump provides underfloor heating. Roomy too, with a farmhouse kitchen with a long table and log stove, a cosy sitting room with open fire, a conservatory dining area and sun porch, plus the surrounding grounds. Bedrooms are split between floors: two downstairs, two up, all comfortably furnished with neutral decor and white linen. None are en suite, but there are three shower rooms, one with a bath. Out back there’s also a separate bothy with a sofabed, bunks, table tennis, a piano and plenty of space for family fun or workshops. Masses to do nearby: walk, ride, sail, visit castles and ancient sites, gardens, beaches and islands, or just dream away the days gazing out over the loch…


  • Swimming pool
  • Hot tub
  • Garden
  • Open fire / woodburner
  • Breakfast included
  • Breakfast available
  • Meals available
  • Vegetarian meals
  • Oven
  • Parking on premises
  • Free parking nearby
  • Accessible by public transport
  • WiFi
  • Television
  • Central heating
  • Limited mobility
  • Wheelchair access
  • Mobile reception
  • Hob
  • Barbecue
  • Paid parking nearby
  • Air conditioning
  • Relaxation areas
  • Washing machine
  • Tennis court
  • Microwave oven
  • No smoking
  • Credit cards
  • Working farm
  • Owner has pets
  • Electricity included
  • Dishwasher
  • Pets welcome

Family friendly

  • Baby monitor
  • Books and toys
  • Children welcome
  • Babies welcome
  • Stair gates
  • High chair
  • Cot available


  • Pub/bar within 3 miles
  • Restaurant within 3 miles
  • Shop within 3 miles


  • Bikes available
  • Food courses
  • Kayaking
  • Other courses
  • Sailing
  • Surfing
  • Wild swimming

& pricing

Booking information

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Booking restrictions
Minimum stay: 7 nights in high season. Short breaks available.
No smoking
Smoking not permitted anywhere in the property.
Cooked meals available on arrival. Pubs/restaurants 15-minute walk.


Nightly price
from £50
Weekly price
from £150
Groups can also book Lerigoligan Bothy for £150 extra. Bothy can only be booked together with the house.
1 House for 9
From £709 beds4 bedrooms
1 Bothy for 3
From £503 beds2 bedrooms



Everything you could possibly need was provided for and the house was so cosy. Stunning views across the water and surrounding hills and plenty of space. Great location for quick access to the village and lots of good walks. Only wish we had stayed for longer than a weekend! Thank you for having us :)

Lowri, Kilmarnock

Our family’s second visit to Lerigoligan was a most enjoyable experience for all. Cosy lounge with open fire, spacious kitchen and dining area, the ‘sitooterie’ for viewing the stars and bedroom views to die for. The snowey winter landscape and bright blue sky were the icing on the cake. Highly recommended.

Stephen, Dunoon

Lerigoligan is a home from home that we have been visiting for 11 years. It it so well equipped with everything you will need for your stay, We don't tire of this charming house that has one of the best views in Scotland. There is something to do in the local area for everyone and, if you want to get away from it all, this is the perfect location to be active or just relax. There is just something magical about the place and you will fall in love with it after your first visit.

Cherry, Chippenham, Wiltshire

I had a wonderful two week stay at Lerigoligan with my extended family. The house is really well built and everything in it is of excellent quality - including incredibly comfortable beds and proper showers. There is really good sound proofing, which was great as there were four young children in our group, and lots of adults that needed to catch up on sleep! The kitchen is really well equipped and there is a large dining room table, making it ideal for a big group like ours. The area is beautiful and the views from the house are stunning, and lots to do near by. We’ll definitely be back!

Kitty, Glasgow

Lerigoligan is a rare thing: a design-conscious, warm and luxurious house which doesn't have any pretensions. We loved the comfort, space and evident pleasure taken in beautiful things, whether views, artwork, or woollen blankets. Wintry walks followed by roaring fires and much gazing at the ever-changing view were the order of the day for our family of 5 (and welcomed dog - she loved the heated floors!). And a piano for our musical family: it was fabulous!

Jeannie, East Linton

Lerigoligan met all our expectations. Even in cold snowy weather the house was lovely, warm and cosy. The space of the lounge, kitchen diner, the light and superb views from the ‘sitooterie’ , and the choice of bathrooms for our large family was very much appreciated. We came for relaxing, family fun time and were very happy together. We hope to return. It’s a beautiful, relaxing, amazing find...

Stephen, Dunoon

A very good location for exploring the region. Beautiful views from the house which is very well equipped and comfortable. The local shop has very good local vegetables and other locally grown produce. Don't miss the Kilmartin museum and the free Wednesday guided tour. We loved our time staying in this beautiful home.

Kim, Fremantle

Lovely cottage in a great setting. Situated in Ardfern, it's easy to walk into the village or for many walks nearby. The cottage was warm and well furnished with everything needed for a holiday stay. Ideal for a family and enough space for our teenagers to spread out. Really enjoyed our stay and hope to visit again.

Joanna, Stirling

Lerigoligan is even better than the pictures - its a beautiful cottage and I could have spent the week sitting in the sunroom looking at the ever changing views of the sea loch. It's all very comfortable, warm and spacious, with an elegant simplicity. The location is magical, perched up high, really quiet, with lovely walks from the door. There is so much to do in the area it makes a great base for a winter holiday - many small islands to explore, prehistoric sites, gardens, attractions around Oban, plus great places to eat. We're planning our next visit.

Aine, Cockermouth

It was onderful to be back in Lerigoligan ... one of our favourite places in Scotland. Waking up to the stunning view from our bedroom is special. The house is so warm and comfortable with plenty of space for us all. The peaceful surroundings and the natural daylight everywhere within the house makes for a very relaxing atmosphere. We had a number of lovely walks interspersed with just the right amount of lazing about and visits to the Crafty Kitchen.

Maggie, Glasgow

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The neighbourhood

Local points of interest from Patrick Boase & M.A. McDiarmid

  • Craignish Community website, www.craignish.info, is a total gold-mine of information about what's going on and what you can do locally
  • We've got garden birds, lots of them on our feeders, sea and shore birds, including eider ducks and oyster catchers, and raptors, including sea eagles
  • Our area has the richest collection of evidence of ancient cultures in mainland UK—stone circles, standing stones, cup and ring marks galore. Kilmartin House Museum, 5 miles south of Ardfern, is an award-winning interpretive centre for all of this
  • From Ardfern and Craobh Haven you can take boat trips to the Corryvrechan, reputedly Europe's largest whirlpool. You may see dolphins, sea eagles and even whales on your trip
  • From the door of Lerigoligan you can take walks all over the Craignish Peninsula. From Ardfern Village you can cycle or walk a quiet flat 3.5 miles to Craignish Point. We'll lend you maps and route plans
  • From Ardfern you're only 25 miles from Oban, the busiest ferry port on the West Coast, and the Gateway to the Western Isles