You’re in a tiny hamlet just one field away from the shores of Loch Fyne and surrounded by wildlife: watch out for deer, red squirrels, seals, dolphins and osprey. Nip down to the little beach of rock and shale for a bracing swim or to launch your canoe or paddle board and bring binoculars for a myriad of sea birds at low tide.
The living room is upstairs to make the most of the views and there’s a proper wicker hamper full of delicious local stuff – Loch Fyne ales, a bottle of wine and sausages, bacon, eggs and bread for your first breakfast. You’ll also find the ‘ready steady cook’ cupboard full of dried and tinned goods for a supper if you arrive late. Then there’s the drinks bar – just replace what you finish.
Wild weather days are for staying by the wood-burning stove and watching the unfolding drama of sky and sea through many windows. You’ll feel very close to nature and a million miles from everyday cares.