The former estate chapel house, this beautiful stone cottage is ideal for families or small groups looking for wildlife-filled walks from the door and days out on the west coast of Scotland.

Key Features


  • Dog-friendly
  • Enclosed Private Garden
  • Free-standing Bath
  • Historical Building
  • Open Fire
  • Parking
  • Period Features

At a glance

  • Set on a beautiful and wild estate on Scotland’s west coast
  • Restored 19th century chapel house with a roaring fire and private garden
  • In season, there's complimentary fly fishing for salmon on the river
  • About the property

    Chapel Cottage is set in the grounds of a peaceful and beautifully wild 400-acre estate on the west coast of Scotland. It used to be the chapel house of the original 19th century estate and has been sympathetically renovated with luxurious interiors throughout. Sleeping eight guests in two double bedrooms and a third bedroom with four single beds, it’s perfect for a family or a small group of friends. Gather together in the inviting living area, get cosy by the fire, enjoy a BBQ, or venture for a walk in the woodlands and wilderness of the estate grounds. It’s the ideal setting to reconnect with your loved ones.

  • The space

    Design-led, luxurious interiors run throughout this charming cottage, which has a comfortable and homely feel.

    At the heart of the cottage is the large living room. With an open log fire to light on cool nights and dual-aspect windows looking into the private gardens, it’s a very welcoming place. There’s also a Smart TV with Freesat, plus there’s WiFi , to keep you entertained in the evenings or on rainy days ‘at home’.

    Meanwhile, the open-plan kitchen/dining room has a fully-equipped kitchen with an electric oven and induction hob , a fridge and a freezer, plus an adjacent dining area with a table with seating for eight guests.

    The cottage sleeps eight people in three bedrooms. There are two double bedrooms on the ground floor, each with a king-size bed, one with an en-suite shower, WC and sink, and a large family bathroom with free-standing roll top bath and double shower close to the other king-size double bedroom.

    The third bedroom is an attic room (with restricted head height) with four single beds. The bedroom is served by a bathroom with roll top bath with a hand-held shower attachment.

    You’ll also have access to a private, enclosed garden with seating, as well as a BBQ hut which is shared with the adjoining cottage.

    If you need more accommodation, the adjoining cottage sleeps two guests, should you wish to book both.

  • Guest access

    If you arrive before 19:00 the owners will meet you on arrival. Otherwise, there is a key safe where you can access the key to the lodge for a self-check-in.

  • Sustainability

    If you'd like to offset the carbon emissions from your trip, get in touch and we can arrange this for a small fee.

  • Keep in mind

    Check-in: from 16:00
    Check-out: by 11:00

    Deposit: Bookings are subject to a non-refundable deposit of 50% of the booking value plus applicable booking fees with the balance payable 60 days before the date of travel.

    Accidental Damage Deposit: To maintain the highest standards in our properties, guests will need to pay a refundable Accidental Damage Deposit of £200 prior to their stay. An advance payment as detailed in the booking summary can be made to waive this requirement.

    Book with confidence: If your booking is affected by new Government travel restrictions which were not known at the time of booking, and you're legally unable to travel, we will arrange with the property owner to refund 100% of your holiday cost.

  • House rules

    • No smoking
    • No parties and events
    • Please keep noise to a minimum
    • Up to 2 dogs are permitted



  • BBQ - Charcoal
  • Child-friendly
  • Dog-friendly
  • Enclosed Private Garden
  • Extensive Gardens
  • Free-standing Bath
  • Garden
  • Historical Building
  • Luxury Toiletries
  • Open Fire
  • Parking
  • Period Features
  • Roll Top Bath
  • Stunning Countryside Views
  • Sustainable
  • Underfloor Heating

Health & Safety

  • Carbon Monoxide Detector
  • Fire Blanket
  • Fire Extinguisher
  • First Aid Kit
  • Smoke Detector

Family Friendly

  • Child Friendly Tableware
  • Cot
  • Highchair
  • Toys And Books


  • Dishwasher
  • Electric Induction Hob
  • Freezer
  • Hairdryer
  • Heating
  • Iron And Ironing Board
  • Kitchen
  • Outdoor Space
  • Private Entrance
  • Seating Area
  • Smart TV With Internet Access
  • Tumble Dryer
  • Washing Machine
  • WiFi


  • Fishing
  • Hiking
  • Outdoor Dining
  • Walking
  • Wild Swimming
  • Yoga


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Local Info

The neighbourhood

The lodge is set in the beautiful grounds of a private estate filled with woodland, lochs and wild gardens in Argyllshire. When you need to pick up groceries, there’s a good selection of shops in the small town of Lochgilphead, about 5 miles away.

Plenty of on-site activities await you on the estate including nature walks and trails (often boggy, so be sure to pack your wellies). Amongst the wildlife you might spot is wild deer.

Catch and release fly-fishing (in season) on the River Add (two people from the cottage are permitted to fish each day), clay shooting, wild swimming and private yoga sessions can all be arranged too.

Meanwhile, the local area is bursting with stunning scenery and the Craignish peninsula is a fantastic place to find some of the most captivating views of the coast and islands. Or take the scenic coastal drive to West Port Beach for a walk along the shoreline. Meanwhile, Dunardry offers four beautiful forest trails thattrails, that all feature picturesque views of the Crinan Canal.

How about taking to the water? A variety of water-based activities are within easy reach of the estate. There’s everything from kayaking and sailing to boat trips for spotting wildlife, fishing or sightseeing, including the famous Corryvreckan whirlpool.

If history is your passion, head to Kilmartin Glen that has one of the most important concentrations of Neolithic and Bronze Age remains in Scotland, including standing stones and burial cairns. In contrast, iconic Inveraray Castle, home of the Dukes of Argyll and the seat of the Clan Campbell, is a majestic place to while away a few hours.

Getting around

A car is essential for travelling to the property and ease of getting around. The journey time from Glasgow is approximately 2 hours. The cottage has two designated parking spaces within a gravelled car parking area on the driveway of the estate.



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