An Cala, Connel is a contemporary cosy self catering cottage completely refurnished in Autumn 2019 to comfortably sleep six guests across two double bedrooms and one twin; a double and bathroom on the ground floor with another double, family bathroom and twin on the first floor.
The living area features a large wood-burning stove with comfortable seating to complement this sociable spot with its large open windows to look out at the vast views - making it ideal for guests to gather and share their stories of the day's activities. The open plan dining area is perfect for enjoying a meal while still taking in the sunset views.
The fully equipped kitchen to the back of the cottage boasts an additional conservatory dining area - perfect to sit and chat surrounded by beautiful views as your food cooks. The private garden, which you can access from the kitchen is ideal for BBQ's. Alternatively, there is an excellent gastro pub and restaurant within walking distance.
An Cala is a perfect base for thrill-seekers, wildlife watchers, Munro baggers, foodies and those who just want to sit back and enjoy the view.
An Cala is situated in Connel, 4 miles from Oban \"Gateway to the Isles\" with great public transport links to Oban, Fortwilliam and Glasgow from the bus stop nearby; or for those who feel like a good hike, Beinn Lora is a mere 3 miles away. Walk the path to the top and you'll be rewarded with panoramic views across Mull, down to Jura and across to Ben Cruachan. Alternatively, for a more relaxed walk, you also have Tralee Beach in the same location.
An Cala is situated only yards from the Sea taking in the picturesque views and sunsets of Loch Etive this cottage oozes a home from home feel.
The majestic Connel Bridge with its magnificent \"Falls of Lora\" rapids - where the tidal sea meets with fresh Loch water creating a kayaker's playground, can all be viewed from your very own lounge window, just sit back and watch the world go by.
Argyll is renowned for its abundance of wildlife on land and Sea with porpoises, golden eagles, otters and even bottlenose dolphins recently spotted under the Connel Bridge.
- Children Welcome
- Dog Friendly