Baliemore Cottage

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Baliemore is a carefully renovated cottage, set by itself. All on one level the accomodation comprises of 2 double bedrooms, a bathroom with walk in shower and an open plan kitchen/ sittingroom and has been very tastefully furnished. Heating is electric with a focal point electric fireplace, WIFI will not be available but numerous 4g mobile networks cover the area and TV will be freesat.

Ideal for two couples

Baliemore is let Friday - Friday, Bedlinen is included, so you will just need to bring your own Towels and Tea Towels. Dogs are welcome - the first Dog stays free of charge, and it is £15 per week for the second (maximum of 2 unless by prior arrangement ) Electricity is not included in the price - it is metered and charged at the end of your stay.

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Views across to the Paps of Jura

For those who enjoy walking or watching wildlife, you can take a walk along the hill road where you might see deer, foxes or red squirrels. Walk by the water heading to Castle Sween Holiday Park and you might be lucky to spot otters or seals. Kilmory Chapel and Beach are only a couple of miles away. The less energetic can take a comparatively easy stroll from Baliemore itself down to Stronefield Beach.

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West Coast Scotland at its best

The Cottage is set in a remote yet stunningly scenic location, that said there is a small shop and restaurant at Castle Sween Holiday Park located 3 miles away. If your looking for a relaxing holiday away from it all then this is for you !!

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3 miles from castle sween holiday park

The impression of being isolated, at Ellary and Castle Sween, is because not very many people visit this area. But in fact you are right in the middle of the most attractive part of Scotland's west coast. Day trips can include destinations as far as Fort William and beyond to the North, most of central Scotland to the East and as far as Glasgow to the South. To the West, take ferry trips to Arran, Gigha, Islay, Jura, Mull and Iona and these can all be accomplished in time to get back for tea leaving plenty of time to do or see whatever motivated the trip. Such excursions might be to visit some of Scotland's most famous gardens (Brodick, Achamore, Arduaine, Crarae etc.) a trip on the steam locomotive from Fort William to Mallaig, a game of golf or a visit to a distillery on Islay, a day skiing at Glencoe or Aonach Morr or one of the hundreds of other attractions which the West of Scotland has to offer. Or perhaps you prefer to just drive a bit to explore the area and enjoy the scenery