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Airdeny Chalets

Airdeny Chalets
Airdeny Chalets

Address: Taynuilt
Postcode: PA35 1HY
Email: jenifer@airdenychalets.co.uk
Telephone: 01866 822648
Website: http://www.airdenychalets.co.uk
Area: Argyllshire


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Our seven comfy cottages offer the perfect hideaway in beautiful Western Scotland.

Choose from two-bedroom or three-bedroom timber chalets, each decked out with everything you could possibly need. Although when you have views like ours, you don't need much.

Nestled in 3.5 acres, the chalets look up towards the spectacular Ben Cruachan and over Glen Etive. We have our own bluebell wood and are often visited by a myriad of wildlife.

For those of you who like to keep busy on their holidays, Airdeny Chalets now offers a range of fun activities in our purpose built studio.

So come, enjoy our hospitality and have a relaxing holiday you'll never forget!

For live availability and booking please click on this link

The 2 bedroom and 3 bedroom cottages are lovingly constructed from timber and decorated to provide you with the comforts of home.

In each chalet the living area is open plan. There are armchairs, a sofa (in the 2-bed chalets this converts into two single beds), dining table and chairs, a TV, plus DVD and CD players. The kitchen is fully kitted out - so no need to pack the sink!

Linen is supplied for the bedrooms, but there is a fee if bedding is required for the living room in the 2 bed cottages. Towels, cots and high chairs can be hired, but please give us notice.

To keep you snug in the cooler months there are heaters and double glazing throughout.

Electricity is by meter (charged at the current rate) and payable at your stay's end. Laundry facilities are available on site. Dogs are welcome in some of the chalets, for a small charge.

Our cottages are the ideal base from which to explore Scotland's mesmerising West Coast.

Drop into our charming local village Taynuilt for all your essentials. Or perhaps catch your dinner at Inverawe or one of the many nearby creeks.

For naturalists there's plenty of wildlife thriving in the area and lovely gardens to discover. Sea enthusiasts we recommend you try the Seafari.

Hikers don't panic! There are endless tracks and trails exploring the dramatic scenery.

Delve into our history and visit spectacular castles, Oban's museum, Ardchattan Priory and Bonawe Iron Furnace.

As you can see there's a lot to do around here, and at the end of a hard day there's the comfort of your chalet waiting for you.