Kilmartin Self Catering and for the surrounding area including South Lochaweside and Ford for cottages, lodges, villas, chalets and other accommodation establishments.
As you will see from the main Kilmartin page, this area is steeped in ancient history with over 1,000 ancient standing stones, burial mounds and the like to visit. There are many walks and trails to enjoy through out the area.
Dunadd Self Catering Holiday Cottages are situated at the foot of Dunadd hill, the site of an Iron Age fort which was the capital of the ancient Scottish kingdom of Dalriada. The cottages, Comgall & Gabran are converted farm buildings adjacent to the owner's home. Comgall and Gabran are named after kinsmen of Fergus Mhor, the first King of Dalriada. Dunadd is located in Kilmartin Glen, an area steeped in Neolithic and Bronze Age history, which can be explored at the nearby museum Kilmartin House.
Kilmartin's historic monuments such as cairns and standing stones can be accessed on foot by a newly made path which runs through Dunadd. If you follow the footpath in the other direction you can walk to Cairnbaan and the Crinan Canal. Dunadd is a small working livestock farm with cattle, sheep and a few backyard hens.
Entrance hall with off-peak heater. Area for hanging coats leading to washroom with large sink, W.C. and tumble drier. Attractive dining/kitchen with fridge, microwave and 4 ring cooker. Sitting room with wood burner and off-peak heater, TV, video and CD player.. Reading/games room with off-peak storage heater. Mini library
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Ri Cruin is situated in Kilmartin Glen just a mile south of the village of Kilmartin and at the north end of the Moine Mhor - the great moss. The glen boasts a wide variety of Neolithic burial cairns and standing stones, and the house takes its name from Ri Cruin cairn which is situated just in front of the house.
Ri Cruin makes an ideal base to explore the beauty of Mid Argyll, as it is situated in the heart of some of the most stunning scenery in Scotland, and to relax and unwind in our fresh air.
There is plenty of opportunity for walking in the forests or on the coast, touring, fishing, sailing, boat trips, riding, exploring history, golfing, watching the local birds and wildlife, driving to local towns such as Lochgilphead and Oban - or just doing nothing!
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