Rural retreat in the friendly village of Tighnabruaich. 100 yds from beach . Views across The Kyles
About Isobel Leman
I have strong ties to Tighnabruaich where I was born and spent a very contented childhood. It is with great pleasure that I now watch my five grandsons revelling in the freedom to pursue outdoor adventures from the cottage bought by their great, great grandfather in 1911 - sailing, canoeing, fishing, swimming, raft racing, cycling, walking and playing tennis and golf. As my brother Jim wrote in his song Always Argyll - "Always Argyll, long may the memories linger"
Isobel Leman purchased this Cottage in 1911
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The cottage is about one hundred yards from the beach. The beautiful Kilbride Bay with its extensive sands and magnificent views to Arran is a ten minute drive away.
Tighnabruaich is easily accessible from Scotland's central belt via the A82 and A83 This scenic route takes you along the banks of Loch Lomond and over the dramatic Rest and be Thankful.
Many visitors utilise the M8 route and Gourock's frequent ferry service to Dunoon ( 40 mins from the village).
Other nearby ferry services, Portavadie(15 min drive) to Tarbert and Colintraive (25 min drive) to Rhubodach, make day trips to the Kintyre Peninsula and Bute an interesting possibility.
ART View contemporary Scottish art at Tighnabruaich Gallery and
enjoy the charming sculpture park at Coal Ruadh House, Colintraive
DINING OUT Local hotels, bistros and tearooms cater for a wide range of culinary tastes and budgets