Have a lovely week . Was a bit wet at times so do be prepared but the views were gorgeous and such a lovely bungalow. Do get some shopping in as a bit remote but we loved this. Small costcutter nearby. We ate at at The Goil inn and was lovely. My son and girl friend ate out at the view just down Road and came back saying how lovely. Hired a boat and a must and just 6 mins walk away . Accommodation very comfy and loved the comfortable beds and linen . Garden beautiful with bird table. Take birds seed for the greedy birds who would sit waiting for you to put out . Would go again . Went for a walk to Pucks Glen a beautiful walk seeing the most amazing waterfalls . Also went for walk on nearby caravan sites trying to find Rob Roys cave but not sure if found but a lovely walk following up stream into forest. Carrick castle is worth a visit for the views .
Great cottage with stunning views from the terrasse and the area. Some wonderful hikes start in the area and all Southern Highlands are easily reachable on a day trip (nearby Inveraray, and also Oban, Cowal and Kintyre Peninsula, Loch Lomond). We loved it and would come back with some sun and warmer summer!
Amazing place to stay. Lovely house and surroundings. We had an amazing stay and will go again very soon
Had a Brilliant week, weather was great. Cottage was lovely and clean and well equipped. The views were amazing. A long walk to the Goil Inn but the food was nice. Had a nice day at Inveraray. Did a walk at Fyne Ales. The walks around Loch Goil are nice. Would highly recommend, great holiday.
We chose Feaugh Cottage for a family get together over Christmas 2016 and New Year. It easily accommodated six adults and two young children (2 and 4 years old) for part of our stay. We cooked a full Christmas dinner and all the pans, crockery, cutlery etc. that we needed were supplied.
We have never come across a better equipped holiday rental.
From previous experiences of Scottish holiday rentals, we consider ourselves experts on grotty ‘cast off’ furniture, miscellaneous ‘jumble sale’ saucepans, crockery and cutlery; sticky carpets, crumbling plasterwork, mildew and wet rot.
How refreshing then to rent Feaugh Cottage which was spotlessly clean, immaculately decorated, had good quality and comfortable furniture and had everything we needed. We even had fresh bed linen and clean towels delivered after six days.
Clearly the owners had equipped it as their home to stay in and not just a holiday rental.
The views across Loch Goil from the large picture windows were spectacular even in the depths of Winter and despite Storm Barbara wreaking havoc we were warm and cosy as we watched the storm bend the trees and sweep across the loch, and the lightening flashes in the sky.
The house is dog friendly with a well fenced garden; which we shared with red squirrels, pheasants, a roe deer and even a sparrow hawk (attracted by the tits, robin and dunnocks on the bird table.)
Negatives? Well the single track road from the ‘Rest and be Thankful’ down to the Loch is challenging, but the road helps to keep it secluded. The main bathroom only has a hand held shower head mounted on the bath, which called for a degree of ingenuity/resourcefulness when taking a shower. However, the en suite bathroom was a new wet room, with underfloor heating.