About Tigh na Breac..
Tigh na Breac is situated on the shores of Loch Etive at historic Bonawe. Oban and the district of Argyll are exceptional locations for holidays, with so many activities and interesting places to visit, from Abbeys to Wildlife Sancturaries, and white-water kayaking!
Renovation of Tigh na Breac from total dereliction was completed in 2007 in a contemporary style. The house provides spacious luxury accommodation for 10-14 people in a breathtaking and scenic location. Oban is a busy and attractive harbour town with an excellent range of shops, supermarkets, restaurants and gift shops. Known as the Gateway to the Isles, Oban has a thriving fishing industry and ferry terminal, from where you can take sightseeing day trips and ferries to many beautiful West Coast Island destinations.
The Glen Etive Way starts nearby and extends 11 miles up Loch Etive to Glen Etive and Glen Coe. This is a stunning and popular walk. Glen Coe, Ben Nevis, Inveraray Castle, Loch Awe and Loch Lomond (amongst others) are perfect day trip destinations.
What is there for you..
A well appointed kitchen with microwave, large double oven induction range cooker. Additional kitchen downstairs.
You will find the WiFi passwords on the rear of Router or Signal Boosters.
Enjoy the views on our large deck, around three sides of the house. There are some outdoor chairs to use.
Reading, music, games and TV
Our new Snug Reading Room has books and comfy chairs to enjoy some quiet time. A large SmartTV in Morning Room and stereo system upstairs. Books, CD's and DVD's to enjoy. You will find a second TV /DVD in Baxter Room.
Tigh na Breac sleeps ten to fourteen people, in various double or
twin bed rooms.
Towels and Linen
Towels and bedlinen are included,
for your stay.
Inside Tigh na Breac..
See and do.. and some helpful links
Oban Whisky Distillery
Source of our favourite local dram - just off the main high street. ObanDistillery
Inverary Castle is about an hour away. Still lived in by the owners, good tea shop and beautiful gardens.
Fort William and Ben Nevis
Drive 60 minutes to Fort William with its resident highest UK mountain Ben Nevis and nearby Aonach Mor.
Walk, kayak, climb or fish
There are many opportunities for outdoor activities and exploration in Argyll, try a Monroe or two!
Either from the house or further afield see the many interesting raptors, waterbirds and garden birds.
Have a look at the many and varied walking routes here:
Bonawe Iron Furnace
Visit the site of the charcoal-fuelled furnace, working 1753 - 1870
Wild About Argyll
A great source of local i nformation on what to do and see:
Ferry Gateway to the Isles
From Oban you can get to many of the stunning island locations.
“An amazing location, and comfortable house for a family holiday, all we could need and more, thank you!”