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Welcome to Kildalloig Estate Cottages, Campbeltown

Set against the rugged beauty of the sea and the wild landscape of the Mull of Kintyre peninsula, our self-catering cottages provide the perfect place to relax, unwind and enjoy all that the estate and surrounding area have to offer.

Kintyre Cottages is a family-run enterprise comprising of 9 self-catering holiday cottages on Kildalloig Estate, a 4,000 acre farm on The Mull of Kintyre.

Contact Kildalloig Estate Cottages

Address:

Kildalloig Estate Cottages

 

Campbeltown

 

Argyll

 

PA28 6RE
Phone:
07979 296 197 (outside UK +447979 296 197)
Email:
Website:

Accommodation

All of the cottages have been thoughtfully arranged to perfectly accommodate visiting couples, honeymooners, families, golfers, hikers, birdwatchers and other visitors. These cottages provide the perfect place to relax, unwind and enjoy all that the estate and surrounding area have to offer.

Kildalloig Estate Cottages offers the choice of six wonderful, yet distinct and unique holiday cottages:

NEW - Roy's Cottage (Sleeps )

Located on a working organic farm, Roy's Cottage was completely renovated in 2013 to the highest standards. The accommodation is modern and spacious yet retains many of the original features. Click here to find out more >>>>

Fisherman's Cottage (Sleeps 2)

Set on it's own secluded beach, Fisherman's cottage is as romantic and private as you can find. Click here to find out more >>>>

The Coach House (Sleeps 2-4)

Located on a working organic farm, The Coach House was completely renovated in 2010 to the highest standards. The accommodation is modern and spacious yet retains many of the original features. Click here to find out more >>>>

Ballimenach Farmhouse (Sleeps 8)

A wonderful coastal farmhouse perched on a hilltop overlooking the beautiful unspoilt Mull of Kintyre peninsula. The spectacular views and can be seen from nearly every room in the house. Click here to find out more >>>>

New Orleans Cottage (Sleeps 2)

Nestled in it's own private bay and completely refurbished in 2010 to the highest standards, New Orleans is a cosy secluded cottage for 2 with stunning views across to Arran and Ailsa Craig. Click here to find out more >>>>

Archie's Farmhouse (Sleeps 2-4)

Located on a working organic farm, Archie's Farmhouse was named after the farmer who once lived here. Renovated in 2010, the farmhouse is modern, stylish & comfortable. Click here to find out more >>>>

Auchenhoan Farmhouse (Sleeps 5)

A comfortably restored, detached 18th Century farmhouse peacefully situated along a quiet road a few miles inland from Campbeltown on the Mull of Kintyre. Click here to find out more >>>>

Prices

Weekly prices start from 327.00 - see full details on our website by clicking here.

Contact for further detail (see contact details above)

Directions

For SAT NAV PA28 6RE will bring you to Kildalloig Estate where the cottages are located.
From Glasgow/Glasgow Airport (M8) follow signs to the Erskine Bridge.  As you come off the bridge, take the left exit signposted A82 towards loch Lomond and Inverary.  Take the A82 Passing Loch Lomond, rest and be thankful, Inverary castle and on through Lochgilphead, Tarbert and finally on to Campbeltown.  On arrival into Campbeltown, follow the road through the town until you reach a t-junction in the centre of the town take a left, at the roundabout take a right which will take you along the esplanade.  Take a right at the next small roundabout and follow the road (Kilkerran road) around to the left which will take you out of the town and along the coast road for approximately 3 miles towards the island of Davaar and Kintyre cottages. Full directions see here >>>>

 
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