Amenity: Towels

The Grand Gathering

Lonan House enjoys a glorious Scottish setting with stunning views to Ben Cruachan, Argyll’s highest mountain. Designed by Sir Robert Lorimer and built in 1906, this impressive Edwardian mansion is full of romantic highland character and retains many of its original Arts & Crafts features. This fabulous large holiday house is made up of 6 individual apartments which can be booked together to accommodate “The Grand Gathering” of up to 18 guests making it ideal for multiple families, special occasions and groups of friends. Each apartment is beautifully presented with it own fully equipped kitchen, stylish bathroom and deep comfortable sofas set around a wood burning stove. All nine bedrooms are luxuriously furnished with sumptuous mattresses and fine linen. The original large windows look out over the surrounding garden and many enjoy fabulous views of Ben Cruachan. After a day out and about enjoying this wonderful area of Argyll, all 18 guests can come together and enjoy memorable holiday dinners in the large dining area situated in the spacious ground floor Lorimer Apartment.

Situated in a private and peaceful Glen just outside the village of Taynuillt and close to Oban you can enjoy Scotland’s Higlands from your doorstep.This is a wonderful holiday destination for all ages and abilities. Guests are invited to enjoy the large surrounding landscaped garden, complete with croquet lawn and pond, extended grounds and woodland which give a wonderful sense of space and freedom. Deer are often seen grazing around the house and this magical spot is home to amazing wildlife including red squirrels, otters and pine marten. Keen birdwatchers will delight at the huge variety of birds including the chance to see golden and white-tailed sea eagles or the beautiful black grouse. There are endless walks to be discovered right from the doorstep and many wonderful panoramic views across the glen to Mull in the West, Loch Etive in the North and Loch Awe in the East. Glen Lonan is part of National Cycle Route 78, The Caledonia Way, stretching 234 miles through stunning Scottish countryside.

Quiet days can be spent relaxing in the surrounding peace, or the nearby harbour town of Oban offers a good range of shops, local attractions and excellent restaurants, many of which serve freshly caught seafood. During the summer the town comes alive with a host of festivals and ceilidhs, attracting bagpipers, highland dancers and traditional musicians from all over the world. There are numerous exciting day trips to be enjoyed including ferries to the beautiful inner Hebridean islands including Mull and Tiree.

The village of Taynuilt is within walking distance (1 mile) and has a train station with regular trains to Glasgow, Oban and Dalmally. Also, it has a well stocked grocery shop, butchers, post office and tea-room. There is a nine-hole course for the golf enthusiast and lovely walks along the piers at Loch Etive.The local pub and restaurant serves good food and also a takeaway service and is situated a pleasant stroll away from Lonan House.

Macleary Apartment

MacLeary Apartment enjoys an idyllic setting on the edge of the village of Taynuilt, surrounded by outstanding natural beauty. Secluded and peaceful, this delightful first floor self-catering apartment blends traditional character with modern facilities to offer the perfect setting in which to relax and unwind. This newly renovated and extremely comfortable holiday home sleeps up to 4 guests in a delightful super-king bedroom plus a double sofa bed in the sitting room. The small, yet fully equipped kitchen has everything needed for holiday catering and the bright and spacious living room, with its double aspect windows, has comfortable seating and the dining table is perfect for relaxed holiday meals. This is a lovely room to relax in and perfect for quiet evenings in front of the log burner after a good country walk.

Lonan House enjoys a glorious Scottish setting with stunning views to Ben Cruachan, Argyll’s highest mountain. Designed by Sir Robert Lorimer and built in 1906, this impressive Edwardian mansion is full of romantic highland character and retains many of its original Arts & Crafts features. This is a wonderful holiday destination for dog owners and guests are invited to enjoy the large surrounding landscaped garden, complete with croquet lawn and pond, extended grounds and woodland which give a wonderful sense of space and freedom. Deer are often seen grazing around the house and this magical spot is home to amazing wildlife including red squirrels, otters and pine marten. Keen birdwatchers will delight at the huge variety of birds including the chance to see golden and white-tailed sea eagles or the beautiful black grouse. There are endless walks to be discovered right from the doorstep and many wonderful panoramic views across the glen to Mull in the West, Loch Etive in the North and Loch Awe in the East. Glen Lonan is part of National Cycle Route 78, The Caledonia Way, stretching 234 miles through stunning Scottish countryside.

Quiet days can be spent relaxing in the surrounding peace, or the nearby harbour town of Oban offers a good range of shops, local attractions and excellent restaurants, many of which serve freshly caught seafood. During the summer the town comes alive with a host of festivals and ceilidhs, attracting bagpipers, highland dancers and traditional musicians from all over the world. There are numerous exciting day trips to be enjoyed including ferries to the beautiful inner Hebridean islands including Mull and Tiree.

The village of Taynuilt is within walking distance (1 mile) and has a train station with regular trains to Glasgow, Oban and Dalmally. Also, it has a well stocked grocery shop, butchers, post office and tea-room. There is a nine-hole course for the golf enthusiast and lovely walks along the piers at Loch Etive. The local pub and restaurant serves good food and also a takeaway service and is situated a pleasant stroll away from Lonan House.

Macfarlane Apartment

** Available from June 6 2021**

MacFarlane Apartment is in an idyllic setting on the edge of the village of Taynuilt, surrounded by outstanding natural beauty. Secluded and peaceful, this delightful ground floor self-catering apartment blends traditional character with modern facilities to offer the perfect setting in which to relax and unwind after days out exploring the Scottish highlands and near by Oban or on a day trip to the Island of Mull.
MacFarlane is a delightfully quirky two bedroomed self-catering apartment on the second floor of Lonan House. Fully renovated and newly decorated to a high standard, this comfortable holiday home creates an idyllic retreat for those looking to experience all this naturally beautiful area of Argyll has to offer. The large and instantly appealing open plan living and dining rooms offer views of Ben Cruachan from the skylight window as well as views of the garden and surrounding woodland. The large sofas and generous dining area are stylish and modern making this airy space inviting and comfortable allowing you to quickly relax into the holiday mood. The kitchen is fully fitted offering everything you would need for a relaxed holiday, including full sized dishwasher, induction hob, fridge/freezer and washing machine. The king size bedroom and twin bedded second room offer extremely comfortable mattresses and quality linens.

Please note: As this apartment is on the second floor it is reached by two flights of stairs so is not suitable for elderly or very young guests.

Lonan House enjoys a glorious Scottish setting with stunning views to Ben Cruachan, Argyll’s highest mountain. Designed by Sir Robert Lorimer and built in 1906, this impressive Edwardian mansion is full of romantic highland character and retains many of its original Arts & Crafts features. This is a wonderful holiday destination for dog owners and guests are invited to enjoy the large surrounding landscaped garden, complete with croquet lawn and pond, extended grounds and woodland which give a wonderful sense of space and freedom. Deer are often seen grazing around the house and this magical spot is home to amazing wildlife including red squirrels, otters and pine marten. Keen birdwatchers will delight at the huge variety of birds including the chance to see golden and white-tailed sea eagles or the beautiful black grouse. There are endless walks to be discovered right from the doorstep and many wonderful panoramic views across the glen to Mull in the West, Loch Etive in the North and Loch Awe in the East. Glen Lonan is part of National Cycle Route 78, The Caledonia Way, stretching 234 miles through stunning Scottish countryside.
Quiet days can be spent relaxing in the surrounding peace, or the nearby harbour town of Oban offers a good range of shops, local attractions and excellent restaurants, many of which serve freshly caught seafood. During the summer the town comes alive with a host of festivals and ceilidhs, attracting bagpipers, highland dancers and traditional musicians from all over the world. There are numerous exciting day trips to be enjoyed including ferries to the beautiful inner Hebridean islands including Mull and Tiree.
The village of Taynuilt is within walking distance (1 mile) and has a train station with regular trains to Glasgow, Oban and Dalmally. Also, it has a well stocked grocery shop, butchers, post office and tea-room. There is a nine-hole course for the golf enthusiast and lovely walks along the piers at Loch Etive. The local pub and restaurant serves good food and also a takeaway service and is situated a pleasant stroll away from Lonan House.

MacDougall Apartment

MacDougall Apartment located on the edge of Taynuilt village makes a super holiday base being part of the fabulous Lonan House, a Grade B listed Lorimer House, with wonderful architecture and landscaped grounds while all that the highlands and Islands have to offer is on the doorstep with easy access to the stunning west coast and day trips to the Isle of Mull.

MacDougall Apartment is located on the ground floor of Lonan House and sleeps up to 4 guests in two spacious bedrooms. This newly renovated self-catering apartment provides exceptional comfort yet cleverly retains the welcoming, relaxed atmosphere the west coast of Scotland is so well known for. The inviting wood-burning stove in the comfortable sitting room adds to its charm and creates an idyllic backdrop for memorable evenings, and the well-equipped kitchen/dining room is ideal for relaxed holiday meals. French doors open on to the house terrace allowing guests to enjoy summertime drinks and alfresco dining. The king size bedroom enjoys views to Ben Cruachan and the second bedroom has linking beds offering the choice between twin or super-king, therefore making it a perfect holiday destination for couples, friends or a small family.

Lonan House enjoys a glorious Scottish setting with stunning views to Ben Cruachan, Argyll’s highest mountain. Designed by Sir Robert Lorimer and built in 1906, this impressive Edwardian mansion is full of romantic highland character and retains many of its original Arts & Crafts features. This is a wonderful holiday destination for dog owners and guests are invited to enjoy the large surrounding landscaped garden, complete with croquet lawn and pond, extended grounds and woodland which give a wonderful sense of space and freedom. Deer are often seen grazing around the house and this magical spot is home to amazing wildlife including red squirrels, otters and pine marten. Keen birdwatchers will delight at the huge variety of birds including the chance to see golden and white-tailed sea eagles or the beautiful black grouse. There are endless walks to be discovered right from the doorstep and many wonderful panoramic views across the glen to Mull in the West, Loch Etive in the North and Loch Awe in the East. Glen Lonan is part of National Cycle Route 78, The Caledonia Way, stretching 234 miles through stunning Scottish countryside.

Quiet days can be spent relaxing in the surrounding peace, or the nearby harbour town of Oban offers a good range of shops, local attractions and excellent restaurants, many of which serve freshly caught seafood. During the summer the town comes alive with a host of festivals and ceilidhs, attracting bagpipers, highland dancers and traditional musicians from all over the world. There are numerous exciting day trips to be enjoyed including ferries to the beautiful inner Hebridean islands including Mull and Tiree.

The village of Taynuilt is within walking distance (1 mile) and has a train station with regular trains to Glasgow, Oban and Dalmally. Also, it has a well stocked grocery shop, butchers, post office and tea-room. There is a nine-hole course for the golf enthusiast and lovely walks along the piers at Loch Etive. The local pub and restaurant serves good food and also a takeaway service and is situated a pleasant stroll away from Lonan House.

MacDonald Apartment

Situated in Taynuilt, MacDonald apartment is perfectly located on the first floor of this delightful Scottish mansion allowing you to take full advantage of the surrounding views from its fabulous original Edwardian windows. Recently renovated to a luxury standard, this bright and spacious self-catering holiday home sleeps up to four guests in great comfort. The appealing open plan living room creates the heart of the apartment and is a fantastic space to relax in – sink into one of the deep sofas by the cosy log burner and enjoy memorable holiday evenings. The breakfast bar by the stylish, modern kitchen offers an additional social space whilst cleverly creating a separate dining area. The main super-king bedroom boasts two bay windows, one of which has a deep window seat allowing you to make the most of the glorious outlook across the landscaped garden to the pond and woodland beyond. There is a second, equally comfortable king bedroom and the modern bathroom has the luxury of a large step-in shower.

Lonan House enjoys a glorious Scottish setting with stunning views to Ben Cruachan, Argyll’s highest mountain. Designed by Sir Robert Lorimer and built in 1906, this impressive Edwardian mansion is full of romantic highland character and retains many of its original Arts & Crafts features. This is a wonderful holiday destination for dog owners and guests are invited to enjoy the large surrounding landscaped garden, complete with croquet lawn and pond, extended grounds and woodland which give a wonderful sense of space and freedom. Deer are often seen grazing around the house and this magical spot is home to amazing wildlife including red squirrels, otters and pine marten. Keen birdwatchers will delight at the huge variety of birds including the chance to see golden and white-tailed sea eagles or the beautiful black grouse. There are endless walks to be discovered right from the doorstep and many wonderful panoramic views across the glen to Mull in the West, Loch Etive in the North and Loch Awe in the East. Glen Lonan is part of National Cycle Route 78, The Caledonia Way, stretching 234 miles through stunning Scottish countryside.

Quiet days can be spent relaxing in the surrounding peace, or the nearby harbour town of Oban offers a good range of shops, local attractions and excellent restaurants, many of which serve freshly caught seafood. During the summer the town comes alive with a host of festivals and ceilidhs, attracting bagpipers, highland dancers and traditional musicians from all over the world. There are numerous exciting day trips to be enjoyed including ferries to the beautiful inner Hebridean islands including Mull and Tiree.

The village of Taynuilt is within walking distance (1 mile) and has a train station with regular trains to Glasgow, Oban and Dalmally. Also, it has a well stocked grocery shop, butchers, post office and tea-room. There is a nine-hole course for the golf enthusiast and lovely walks along the piers at Loch Etive. The local pub and restaurant serves good food and also a takeaway service and is situated a pleasant stroll away from Lonan House

Campbell Apartment

Campbell Apartment on the edge of the village of Taynuilt, is a lovely holiday home to return to and relax in after an active day discovering this historic and beautiful area of Highland Scotland. This delightful self-catering apartment, set on the first floor of the wonderful Lonan House, has been furnished to the highest standard and boasts fabulous views to the mountain peaks of Ben Cruachan. The beautifully presented king bedroom with its smart wooden bed, sumptuous mattress and fine linen makes this a perfect hideaway for romantic breaks and honeymoon couples. The fully equipped modern and stylish kitchen is great for those who enjoy cooking and the cosy sitting room is the perfect retreat for quietly relaxing into a deep sofa with a good book while warming your feet in front of the log burner. A double sofa bed in the sitting room allows Campbell Apartment to sleep up to 4.

Lonan House enjoys a glorious Scottish setting with stunning views to Ben Cruachan, Argyll’s highest mountain. Designed by Sir Robert Lorimer and built in 1906, this impressive Edwardian mansion is full of romantic highland character and retains many of its original Arts & Crafts features. This is a wonderful holiday destination for dog owners and guests are invited to enjoy the large surrounding landscaped garden, complete with croquet lawn and pond, extended grounds and woodland which give a wonderful sense of space and freedom. Deer are often seen grazing around the house and this magical spot is home to amazing wildlife including red squirrels, otters and pine marten. Keen birdwatchers will delight at the huge variety of birds including the chance to see golden and white-tailed sea eagles or the beautiful black grouse. There are endless walks to be discovered right from the doorstep and many wonderful panoramic views across the glen to Mull in the West, Loch Etive in the North and Loch Awe in the East. Glen Lonan is part of National Cycle Route 78, The Caledonia Way, stretching 234 miles through stunning Scottish countryside.

Quiet days can be spent relaxing in the surrounding peace, or the nearby harbour town of Oban offers a good range of shops, local attractions and excellent restaurants, many of which serve freshly caught seafood. During the summer the town comes alive with a host of festivals and ceilidhs, attracting bagpipers, highland dancers and traditional musicians from all over the world. There are numerous exciting day trips to be enjoyed including ferries to the beautiful inner Hebridean islands including Mull and Tiree.

The village of Taynuilt is within walking distance (1 mile) and has a train station with regular trains to Glasgow, Oban and Dalmally. Also, it has a well stocked grocery shop, butchers, post office and tea-room. There is a nine-hole course for the golf enthusiast and lovely walks along the piers at Loch Etive. The local pub and restaurant serves good food and also a takeaway service and is situated a pleasant stroll away from Lonan House

Lorimer Apartment

Lorimer Apartment is in an idyllic setting on the edge of the village of Taynuilt, surrounded by outstanding natural beauty. Secluded and peaceful, this delightful ground floor self-catering apartment blends traditional character with modern facilities to offer the perfect setting in which to relax and unwind after days out exploring the Scottish highlands and near by Oban or on a day trip to the Island of Mull.

Lorimer is a large, ground floor self-catering apartment forming part of the glorious Lonan House. Fully renovated and newly decorated to a high standard, this extremely spacious one-bedroom holiday home creates an idyllic retreat for those looking to experience all this naturally beautiful area of Argyll has to offer. The large and instantly appealing open plan living room with its grand original wooden fireplace surrounded by deep sofas, generous dining area and stylish kitchen is bright and airy, yet inviting and comfortable allowing you to quickly relax into holiday mood. The super-king size bedroom is perfect for relaxed mornings, and evenings can be spent snuggled up in front of the cosy wood burning stove while enjoying a glass of wine or perhaps a local Oban malt whisky. The sitting area has the added bonus of a double sofa bed allowing the apartment to sleep up to four and making it perfect for small families or friends.

Lonan House enjoys a glorious Scottish setting with stunning views to Ben Cruachan, Argyll’s highest mountain. Designed by Sir Robert Lorimer and built in 1906, this impressive Edwardian mansion is full of romantic highland character and retains many of its original Arts & Crafts features. This is a wonderful holiday destination for dog owners and guests are invited to enjoy the large surrounding landscaped garden, complete with croquet lawn and pond, extended grounds and woodland which give a wonderful sense of space and freedom. Deer are often seen grazing around the house and this magical spot is home to amazing wildlife including red squirrels, otters and pine marten. Keen birdwatchers will delight at the huge variety of birds including the chance to see golden and white-tailed sea eagles or the beautiful black grouse. There are endless walks to be discovered right from the doorstep and many wonderful panoramic views across the glen to Mull in the West, Loch Etive in the North and Loch Awe in the East. Glen Lonan is part of National Cycle Route 78, The Caledonia Way, stretching 234 miles through stunning Scottish countryside.

Quiet days can be spent relaxing in the surrounding peace, or the nearby harbour town of Oban offers a good range of shops, local attractions and excellent restaurants, many of which serve freshly caught seafood. During the summer the town comes alive with a host of festivals and ceilidhs, attracting bagpipers, highland dancers and traditional musicians from all over the world. There are numerous exciting day trips to be enjoyed including ferries to the beautiful inner Hebridean islands including Mull and Tiree.

The village of Taynuilt is within walking distance (1 mile) and has a train station with regular trains to Glasgow, Oban and Dalmally. Also, it has a well stocked grocery shop, butchers, post office and tea-room. There is a nine-hole course for the golf enthusiast and lovely walks along the piers at Loch Etive. The local pub and restaurant serves good food and also a takeaway service and is situated a pleasant stroll away from Lonan House.