Beautiful Scottish Croft - ideal for families
West Coast Cottages
Will visit again!
A lovely cottage with superb views and garden. Will miss seeing the deer and beautiful sunsets. Found some lovely dog friendly places to eat and drink. The owner was very welcoming and helpful with local knowledge.
A gem of a cottage
An absolutely wonderful cottage Rhona and James so helpful I have done several cottage holidays in Scotland and by far this is the best if you book this you are in for a treat
lovely holiday cottage
beautiful cottage very clean and nice view, nice welcome and goodies. The only negative thing is the busy country road. We had a lovely stay here.
A Wonderful Week
Large, lovely cottage made a perfect home away from home for our family of 4. Tigh Grianach was a perfect spot to see lots of different things in the Oban environs. Couldn't be happier, would definitely recommend to anyone!
very well equipped comfortable cottage in great location................................................
Beautiful cottage and setting, but next to road
Cottage has magnificent views of Ben Cruachan and Loch Etive. Cottage is well equipped, impeccably clean, and has three good size bedrooms. Our host Isobel was keen to help. Location by falls of Lorna is well placed for exploring, and not too far from Lochaber and Glencoe. Only warning is that the photo is a bit misleading, as there is a road right next to the house, and the garden is unfenced. We had a great stay there.
A very spacious, modernised 4 star self catering croft holiday cottage with a large private garden, enjoying breathtaking panoramic views of Loch Etive and Ben Cruachan.
To the West, the view is of wide open fields where you may spot a deer or two in the early morning.
The light, airy and sunny lounge has a large patio door facing the loch, allowing you to marvel at the view - which really is one of Argyll's treasures,
With access to the loch water's edge for walks and picnics, Tigh Grianach is an ideal base to explore the local area and beyond.
The cottage is only a short drive (5 miles) from the picturesque and bustling harbour town of Oban with its many splendid shops and restaurants to explore, known as the "Seafood Capital of Scotland" with its fishing boats in the bay and the Calmac ferries leaving for the Western Isles.