Sgath an Tighe is a lovely Victorian house with stunning views out over the Clyde estuary. It is used as a base for a number of different activities, including a working pottery, a place of spiritual retreat (including wilderness retreats) and craft workshops. We can also arrange guided mountain bike tours, individually led outdoor activities and life-coaching, or maybe you would just like to rest and enjoy the tranquillity of the house, and this beautiful area.
There are shops and restaurants locally, and the town of Dunoon is within easy reach. Take a steamer cruise and explore the unspoilt hills and lochs of the Cowal Peninsula. Outdoor activities are on offer in the area with sailing, kayaking, sea fishing, quad bikes, clay shooting and more. Located at the edge of Loch Lomond National Park, the area is ideal for walkers and cyclists and boasts magnificent scenery.
Attached to the house is the delightful cottage. On the ground floor it has a living room, kitchen and a bathroom with shower. Upstairs there are two bedrooms: one light and spacious double, and one twin room with sea views. There is an open fire in the living room, (initial fuel included, further logs available), gas central heating (£25pw Oct-Apr), electricity and bed linen included, freeview tv, dvd player, cd player, and the kitchen is equipped with a cooker, microwave, washing machine and freezer. Wi-fi available.
The cottage leads onto a shared, enclosed lawned garden with a sitting-out area and furniture, vegetable gardens and free-range chickens. Seating in the front garden is also available with lovely views of the Clyde, and porpoises on a calm day. Parking is available, and a cycle store. Guests are greeted with a welcome tray.
Pottery workshops are available by arrangement, or a number of craft workshops, as well as outdoor life coaching, mountain biking and poetry workshops.