Loch Awe House - Upper Apartment

Beautiful Tarbert, one of the prettiest fishing villages in Scotland.
Tarbert was recently featured in Vogue, as one of the most instgrammaable places in Scotland.
"This small heritage fishing village in Loch Fyne is as picturesque as they come. With sailing boats aplenty and quaint, colourful houses that skirt the horseshoe-shaped loch, it’s a peaceful little haven. The best time to see it? When it’s all lit up at night."
Loch Awe House - Upper Apartment is a stunning new holiday retreat. Set in a glorious location in the picturesque town of Tarbert, West Coast of Scotland, known as the gateway to the beautiful peninsula of Kintyre.  Featuring wonderful sea views over the idyllic village and bustling harbour, with views beyond across the sparkling waters of Loch Fyne. This is a perfect base for families or couples to relax, unwind and enjoy the exceptional views and coastal location.
With your own private entrance, the interior staircase leads you to a bright and welcoming living space.  The kitchen is spacious and fully equipped with all your modern appliances. The dining area is a cosy space for casual meals, with lovely bay windows to make the most of the view over the harbour. Adjacent is the spacious living room where further views dominate the living space, with a cosy wood burner and comfortable sofas. Stylish and contemporary guests will appreciate all the home comforts this holiday house offers. 
Sleeping up to six guest there are three spacious bedrooms, the twin bedroom featuring two single beds, can convert to a King bed, please request if this is required.  Located on the second floor, via a set of stairs are two double bedrooms both spacious and inviting with the most spectactular views out over the harbour.
Argyll Self Catering Holidays features Loch Awe House - Upper Apartment online.  Book Online Here
The idyllic village of Tarbert has an array of cafés, bars and local art galleries. Tarbert hosts several popular seafood and music festivals throughout the year and is home to the Scottish Series Yacht Race. For history lovers visit Robert the Bruce's 14th century castle above the town. Only the ivy-strewn ruins of the keep remain, though the view from the overgrown rubble makes the stroll up here worthwhile. There are steps up to the castle and a red waymarked path from the harbour front. Longer walks are also marked out, including a hike all the way over to Skipness. The shortest stroll of all is to the far end of Pier Road, where there is a tiny, but very lovely shell beach.