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A taste of Scandinavia on the shores of Loch Awe in Argyll

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This cosy Nordic eco-friendly log house in the beautiful

West Highlands of Scotland is the perfect location

for a relaxing or action-packed break at any time of year.


Even boasting a traditional Norwegian grass roof and sauna, the house is incredibly comfortable, and surrounded by some of the most stunning scenery in Scotland. Dalriada is not part of a holiday complex, but sits on its own in an acre of enclosed garden and woodland, including a charming stream.

Located just a few hundred metres from the water, it has lovely views across Loch Awe and the magnificent mountain, Ben Cruachan. With three bedrooms and two bathrooms the house can sleep six people comfortably. It is equipped to the highest standard. The vaulted ceiling and large open-plan living and dining room gives a lovely sense of light and space, as you gaze out at the views or enjoy the blazing log fire.

All on one level, ideal for people with mobility problems.

“We were completely overwhelmed by the lodge and grounds and would thoroughly recommend Dalriada for any age group for a refreshing, fun and relaxing break.”
L Howarth, Falkirk.

“Thank you so much for a wonderful holiday! What a perfect log cottage.”

I Russon-Taylor, Edinburgh

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Dalriada was the ancient kingdom of the Scots which included this part of Argyll.  Its centre was at Dunadd, at the southern end of Kintyre. Here the kings were enthroned, in time using the famous Stone of Destiny. For history enthusiasts, there is plenty to see and experience. Kilchurn Castle, a short way up the loch, is an iconic sight and Inveraray Castle and Jail are just a short drive away. 

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