Self Catering in Argyll Scotland

Lagganmore House has 3 double bedrooms and 2 twin rooms. One room has extra capacity if required. A child’s cot can be accommodated in most bedrooms.

Four large reception rooms ensure comfort and space for your entire group whether you are enjoying a relaxing family holiday or using the beautiful surroundings of Scammadale Glen to join friends and family for a special celebration.

A well equipped kitchen and open plan dining space with AGA and wood burning stove is a delightful space to enjoy a relaxing breakfast overlooking the stream and garden or an adaptable space for a large celebration meal before retiring to the comfortable lounge with its open fire, plentiful seating and space for enjoying music, games and each other’s company.

A large back hallway can accommodate dog beds if you choose to bring your four legged friends, by prior arrangement. An outdoor dog run and kennel provides a comfortable space for your dogs should any of your day trips not be for them.

Floor Plan
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Top Floor

Additional Information

Bedroom 1-Purple Room, is a large bedroom with king-size bed and single bed, this room has en-suite bathroom with roll top bath, family bathroom with bath tub and over bath shower, shower room with shower cubicle. Bedroom 2- Lilac Room,  is a twin room, Bedroom 3- Turquoise Room, has a double bed, a set of bunk beds and additional trundle bed if required. Bedroom 4- Red Room, has a double bed and Bedroom 5-White Room, has twin beds.
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Ground Floor

Additional Information

Dining area is within a modern bespoke Douglas fir conservatory with patio doors out onto graveled patio area which is bordered by a stream. Double sided wood burning stove. Kitchen is a solid wood bespoke kitchen with oil fired AGA and electric oven. Additional electric hobs can be utilised if necessary.Larder fridge, microwave and fully kitted out kitchen. Utility room with washing machine, tumble drier,  sink and fully stocked cleaning cupboards. Back hall way suitable for storage of welly boots and outdoor clothing and/or dogs beds, leading onto downstairs toilet cloakroom. Spacious, comfortable lounge are with generous seating and large open fire and oak floor.  Music room with additional seating, piano and selection of musical instruments. TV lounge with TV/DVD and freesat.

Lagganmore House has plenty of lawn area for children and adults alike. Enjoy the Scottish scenery with outdoor seating and multiple bird feeders to attract our wide range of wildlife.

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Local Area

A pleasant walk from the house takes you up the Glen to Loch Scammadale where you can take advantage of the house fishing permit, or take advantage of the many walks direct from house or further afield.

A short journey takes you to the bustling port of Oban where you can enjoy the town or take advantage of the easy access to many wonderful islands.

Fishing in the glen is by permit and Lagganmore House has a permit for guests use- conditions apply and guests must supply their own rods/equipment.

Hire of a boat to take out on Loch Scammadale can be arrange by contacting Neil or Hazel at  Scammadale Farm directly.  Boat hire is £10 per day.

Fishing Locations
There are three courses close by a 9 hole golf course at Balvicar (6 miles) an 18 hole course at Oban (9 miles) and a 9 hole course in the village of Taynuilt (24.8 miles).

Golfing Locations
The local area of Argyll has a variety of different restaurants to cater for all tastes. The main cuisine has to be seafood and nowhere better to get this is in Oban the self proclaimed Seafood Capital of Scotland where local fishing boats bring in fresh catches on a daily basis.

Restaurant Locations
Argyll has a number of attractions from Mesolithic standing stones where the Picts and Celts would carry out their ancient rites to medieval castles once home to the clan leaders of Scotland. If your looking for something more modern then why not take a trip to the Scottish Sea-life Sanctuary or visit the local Oban Distillery and sample a dram or two!

Or you could always visit the most famous landmark of all… McCaig’s Tower, a massive stone Colosseum overlooking Oban harbour. Half constructed in the late nineteenth century by architect and local businessman John Stuart McCaig as a lasting monument to his family. Sadly his death in 1902 brought a halt to all building works leaving the magnificent but unfinished Romanesque structure you see today.

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