Sitting at the head of Loch Goil at the waters edge, our views are south facing down the length of the loch with mountains either side. We are only a 200 yards from the village centre with local pub, gift shop and general store / post office. We have a golf course to the rear of the house and a short walk to the west over the river takes you to Drymesynie with it’s leasure centre, bar and restaurant.
Drymsynie Estate holiday village is nestled amongst majestic mountains and only a short walk from The Shore House. They have a fabulous leisure complex with pool, spa, gym and restaurants and a scenic 9 hole golf course. Well worth a visit.
The Cobbler is an 884 metres mountain located near the head of Loch Long in Argyll and Bute, Scotland. It is a Corbett, and is an important site for rock climbing in the Southern Highlands. Many maps include the name Ben Arthur, but the name The Cobbler is more widely used. In the 19th century it was referred to as The Cobbler and his Wife. Wikipedia
The Boat Shed Café opened in 2019 and is a popular for snacks, lunch, cakes and coffee roasted in the Scottish Highlands. Plan your boat trip to include a stop at the café, you can also pick up a picnic to take with you. See their website for current menu and opening times.
On Loch Goil, you can see a seal colony, diving Gannets, porpoises and oystercatchers, you may also see otters and even whales or dolphins occasionally. Look out for Red Deer grazing at the side of the loch, as well as the imposing Carrick Castle, with 14th-century ruins. Please visit Loch Goil Cruisers for Fishing, Sightseeing and Cruises on Loch Goil or Self-Drive Motor Boat Hire.