Ardchonnel House is a very comfortable house sitting in a hill farm estate of some 1500 hectares with magnificent views overlooking Loch Awe, Scotland’s longest freshwater loch. The house is situated above the island of Inchconnel home to Inchconnel Castle, the 12th century seat of Clan Campbell.
Ardgowan is situated near Inverkip and whilst accessible, it is a world apart. This stunning coastal Estate overlooking the River Clyde has woodlands and beaches to explore, as well as the James Ramsay designed parkland and private gardens accessible only to our guests.
The peaceful ambience of a house much lived in and loved over the centuries will provide the perfect haven from which to view the world. Treat yourself to a little luxury and book a room at Ardgowan with your partner, friends or family.
Ardtornish Estate spreads out around Loch Aline on the Morvern Peninsula – a huge, wooded, U-shaped bay, a natural haven. Wherever you go, high in the hills or down at sea level, there are streams and lochs. The water in the streams is the colour of peaty whisky. Choose from seven traditional self catering holiday cottages or from five dramatic apartments in Ardtornish House.
Balgy Lodge (sleeps 12) perches on a raised knoll above the River Balgy overlooking Loch Torridon and the spectacular surrounding mountains. Rooms command lovely views and the grounds are an ideal play area for children as there is a gate and fencing to the road, and the river is a safe distance away. The climate on this part of the west coast is surprisingly mild due to the influence of the Gulf Stream, which has a warming effect on the area: pampas grass and palm trees grow in the area!