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Sleeps - 10
Region - Argyll
Sporting Salmon Fishing · Stalking · Trout Fishing
Activities Beach · Boats · Golf · Sailing · Walking / Hiking
Features Children Friendly · Dogs Allowed · Self-Catered
Rental From £3,500 per week
Fasnacloich is situated in a quiet but accessible glen close to the sea, the scene of several dramatic events upon which Robert Louis Stevenson based his book ‘Kidnapped’. It enjoys all the benefits of remoteness and solitude expected of a highland property while being within easy reach of the attractive town of Oban, which provides first class shopping facilities.
Fasnacloich House is furnished to a high standard providing comfortable accommodation ideal for a family holiday. Terraced lawns surround the house leading to the Fasnacloich Loch. In front of the house is a boathouse and stone jetty.
Azaleas, rhododendrons and daffodils are a riot of colour in the spring, and banks of mature trees including oak, beech, eucalyptus and cedar create shelter. The local village of Port Appin has a convenient shop, a hotel, seafood restaurant and pub.
Fishing and red/roe stalking may be available on request. Local activities include sailing and water-skiing. Nearby Glencoe offers winter skiing and the surrounding mountains have excellent hill walking and mountaineering.
Links with the south by road are excellent. Glasgow and its international airport can be reached within two hours by car by way of Glencoe, Crianlarich and Loch Lomond.
Fasnacloich is one of our first houses to install an Electric Vehicle Charging Point!
2021 Rental Low Season: From £3,250 – all other months except Christmas and New Year Mid Season: From £3,550 – April through to October (including Easter & Bank Holidays) High Season: From £3,850 – July and August
Christmas & New Year: £4,350
2022 Rental Low Season: £3,500 – all other months except Christmas and New Year Mid: £3,700 – April through to October (including Easter & Bank Holidays) High: £3,950 – – July and August Christmas and New Year: £4,500
In a quiet but accessible glen close to the sea, made famous by Robert Louis Stevenson in his book Kidnapped, lies Fasnacloich House. With wooded hills behind and views over its own loch to the mountain ridge beyond this delightful house enjoys all the benefits of remoteness and solitude expected of a highland property.
The house is enchanting and we didn’t want to leave, me least of all. The house is situated in the most stunning setting, it’s extremely comfortable, it’s a genuine home from home and we thoroughly unwound and had the loveliest time together. It’s a place you could stay happily without venturing out, it’s that lovely!
– Mr N Vincent, London, UK
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Ground Floor Drawing room, dining room, conservatory, kitchen, family room, utility room, cloakroom with 2 wcs.
Bedrooms 1 x Double Guest – Ensuite – bath (shower over bath) vanity – WC 1 x Twin Guest – Ensuite – bath- separate shower- vanity -WC 2 x Twin Guest – Share bathroom – Handbasin WC Bath 1 x Twin Guest – Ensuite – Handbasin – Bath (Shower over Bath) WC
There is separate cook’s accommodation which has its own en suite facilities.
House Details: Open fires, oil/gas fired central heating, gas fired Aga, combination/microwave oven, dishwashers, automatic washing machines, tumble dryers, fridges, tv.
Linen and towels are provided and two hours of daily domestic assistance is included in the rental. Additional help can be arranged.
Weekly rentals run from Saturday to Saturday at Fasnacloich.
Dogs not allowed except by express agreement with the owners.
Fishing and Red/Roe Stalking may be available on request.
Fishing Fishing for salmon, sea trout and brown Trout may be available to rent during the season from 1st March to 30th September upon request.
The Fishing Rights include fishing on the loch in front of the house. The loch may only be fished by a maximum of two rods from the boat provided. There is an aluminium rowing boat kept at the Boathouse on the Loch.
Stalking Roe and Red Deer stalking on the Estate may be available with the house.
The Loch Loch Bhaile Mhic Chailein (or Fasnacloich Loch) covers about 39 acres. There is a stone jetty and boathouse in front of the house.
Locally, activities on offer include sailing and water skiing with many beaches and islands to visit. In season, there is skiing at Glencoe and Aonach Mhor. There is also some excellent hill walking and mountaineering in Glencoe and the surrounding mountains.
Half an hour’s drive from Oban.
The house is enchanting and we didn't want to leave, me least of all. The house is situated in the most stunning setting, it's extremely comfortable, it's a genuine home from home and we thoroughly unwound and had the loveliest time together. It's a place you could stay happily without venturing out, it's that lovely!
Mr N Vincent, London
We had a fabulous week at Fasnacloich, the house was lovely, one of the nicest we have stayed in, and all our party enjoyed their week. Irene the housekeeper was a great help, it was so nice to return each day to a tidy house! We would definitely consider staying again, and if not there we will use George Goldsmith for future Summer breaks....we have already recommended you to many of our friends.
Mr & Mrs N Bush, Lincolnshire
We had a lovely time at Fasnacloich - not only was it a wonderful house and surrounds but we had great weather too. Sorry to have to leave... Hope to hear from you soon. Kind regards Caroline
Mrs C. Campbell, Edinburgh, Scotland
Thankyou, Fasnacloich was fabulous. The house, situation and the people made our holiday memorable. Would love to return. One day if the house is available. Thanks Jenny.
Mrs Jennifer Barr, Gers, France
We had an excellent time at Fasnacloich, it is a beautiful and very comfortable home and we were very well looked after by the housekeeper Mrs Livingstone. All our guests were entranced by the setting, with very peaceful and everchanging views of the Loch and hills. The chef, Jeremy, was tremendous, very good food produced quickly and nothing too much trouble. I therefore had a very relaxing time! We do not know our plans for next year, but if we were to go back to Scotland would contact you. Many Thanks. Lady Chadwyck-Healey
Lady Chadwyck-Healey, Hertfordshire
Just returned after a great few days at Fasnacloich drenched in sunshine. You can't beat the West Coast with weather like that. House was fabulous, great setting, grounds and decor/facilities made for a very relaxing and enjoyable stay. Chirstine was superb - great wholesome food. She was great with the kids too. Thanks again for organising at short notice. My American contingent said it just blew them away. Kind regards. Peter.
Peter Lillington, Edinburgh, Scotland
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