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1 of 15Driveway entrance to the Tower of Glenstrae - built in 1896.
3 nights minimum
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This luxury three bedroom apartment over two floors boasts magnificent views over Loch Awe. The Tower of Glenstrae was built in 1896 and was split in two to accommodate Major Robert Greig and his two sisters. Ideally located with easy access to Ben Cruachan and many other Munros, the Tower is an ideal base for walkers, cyclists and those wishing to explore the historic and visually stunning West coast of Scotland....This luxury three bedroom apartment over two floors boasts magnificent views over Loch Awe. The Tower of Glenstrae was built in 1896 and was split in two to accommodate Major Robert Greig and his two sisters. Ideally located with easy access to Ben Cruachan and many other Munros, the Tower is an ideal base for walkers, cyclists and those wishing to explore the historic and visually stunning West coast of Scotland.More
- Strictly no more than 6 guests without prior written agreement with the host. Extra guests above this will incur a fee of £200 from the deposit.
- Guests are asked to leave the rental in a clean and tidy condition as per the house manual.
- Please note there is only one combined bathroom containing a bath, shower and loo.
- Strictly no parties or events.
This beautiful flat is clean and spacious with all the mod cons. We stayed here with our 2 children and we all loved it. This is a perfect location to explore the highlands and at the same time a beautiful place to stay in and...More
Our recent trip to the Tower of Glenstrae - Loch Awe, was an absolute pleasure. We stayed in the main guest bedroom, with a truly stunning view over Loch Awe, that was well worth getting up early for. Hosts, Maggie and Takki, could not have...More
The Tower of Glenstrae itself flies the Scottish flag; and it really does encompass everything you could possibly want in a trip to Scotland. The building is stunning and the rental accommodation has been designed with great care to be decorated and furnished to high...More
Had an absolutely amazing stay at the Tower of Glenstrae!
The hosts were amazing and went out of their way to make it a very enjoyable experience - we even got home baked bread on arrival (which was so nice we ate it all in...More
Clean and comfortable, with a fabulous kitchen. A great place for friends to meet up and share evenings, to go walking and cycling but mostly just to sit and enjoy the views over Loch Awe. Hosts have thought of everything, including fresh baked bread for...More
The village of Lochawe lies at the end of Loch Awe approximately 2 miles west of Dalmally. It gives good access to the islands of Mull and Iona and is a handy stepping off point on the road to Glencoe and Fort William.
In addition to the Scottish baronian-style St Conan’s Chapel built in 1883, it has a railway station and steamer pier. To the west of the town lies Cruachan Hydro Power Station - a feat of post world war 2 engineering.
Loch Awe iyself is 25 miles long and up to 1 mile wide and has depths of more than 300ft in places. Set in spectacular scenery the loch attracts many visiting anglers throughout the year for both the wild trout and coarse fishing, and in recent years has become something of a mecca for anglers pursuing the loch's famous large predatory ferox trout and p...
There is a railway platform at the bottom of our three acre garden so should you wish to arrive by train there are six trains a day to and from Oban/Glasgow each day except Sunday. It is also a handy 40minute train ride for trips into Oban if you wish to drink and not drive.