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This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation

Recent Portsonachan reviews

  • peaceful and relaxing

    "Great lodge tastefully decorated and comfortable furniture, hot tub to relax in after a pleasant walk along side the loch, fishing was good as well, would recommend this site if you are after peace and tranquillity. will be booking again for next year"
    Guest: Alf M. Date of Stay: September 2016 Review Submitted: October 18, 2016
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  • Fantastic!!

    "A beautiful presented cabin!very clean and equipped with everything you need!even a bbq which we did use! It was our friends first visit to Scotland and the location and cabin was first class!!housekeeper and son were very helpful!and the locals were very freindly stopped and chatte we will definitely be coming back!"
    Guest: Karen E. Date of Stay: January 2017 Review Submitted: January 16, 2017
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  • It was Bon-awesome!

    "We've known this beautiful area for years and we've seen the building fall into disrepair and then be renovated into the stunning home that it is today. The house is gorgeous and has a huge "wow" factor and yet still feels cosy and homely. It is literally a stones throw from the loch and the highlight of the week was watching a mother otter with her two kits fishing and playing directly in front of the house - amazing! The huge living space works very well for a large group (there were ten in our party) because there are four different living areas and you can find your own bit of "chill out time" if you want it. Conversely, if you all want to be together, the rooms are set up so that you can do that too. The decor is luxurious and there are some beautiful paintings and personal effects which add to the character of the house and make it feel a very loved home. The views are breathtaking and the location is extremely peaceful. There is literally no noise except the sounds of the birds in the trees (slightly eerie if you're outside at night but the lights shining from houses across the loch stop you feeling too isolated). We had a six and seven year old with us and they loved fishing from the rocks infront of the house. We caught Rock Cod, Coley, Gurnard and lots of crabs! We took the children to the nearby Sea Life Centre (pay once and you can go as many times as you want for a full week) and to the Cruachan Power Station which was also well worth a visit. We were blessed with lovely weather all week to enjoy the breathtaking autumn colours so we were very content to make the most of the fishing and walking which could be done from the doorstep. Tigh na Breac is a gorgeous house in a stunning place. We had a fabulous holiday and we hope to return again soon."
    Guest: Louise P. Date of Stay: October 2016 Review Submitted: November 5, 2016
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  • Hogmanay in style

    "This is our second stay at Tigh Griannach and we loved it even more than the first, especially now there is an ensuite in the second bedroom. This cottage is really looked after and has such a homely feel. It is spacious and clean and the views are to die for. I could literally sit at that window seat all day. Our dog Ollie loved lying in front of the fire after a busy day exploring. The location is great and only a couple of minutes drive to the nearest pub (defo recommend Oyster inn) and only 15 mins to Oban. The owner Isobel and her husband are lovely and really want you to enjoy your stay. We had a fantastic New Year and will definitely be back again."
    Guest: Joanne S Date of Stay: December 2016 Review Submitted: January 13, 2017
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