Melfort Harbour is one of the most beautiful coastal areas in Scotland, where the Highlands rise majestically out of the sea providing a very scenic and stunning lochside location.
Just pull back your curtains in your holiday home in the morning and enjoy the panoramic views across Loch Melfort to the islands beyond. The hardest decision you have to make is whether to go out on a boat and explore the islands, go sailing, canoeing, take a hike up the Melfort Hills, drive down the coast to delights further afield or to just relax and soak up the views from your balcony overlooking the pretty pier and harbour.
At the end of your day you can return to your holiday home, enjoy your private sauna and soak in the spa bath before deciding what the evening holds in store for you. For those less able, five of the cottages are built on one level with easily accessible roll-in showers and facilities.
The Melfort Harbour Cottages offer the ideal luxury holiday location to get away from it all. The scandanavian designed cottages are equipped with luxury escapes in mind. Gourmet equipped kitchens, en-suite bathrooms to each bedroom, large flat screen TV’s, WiFi and iPod docking stations provide every home comfort you would wish. With short breaks available all year round it is an idyllic escape for a romantic break, families with children of all ages and groups looking for adventure. With the option of one, two and three bedroom cottages the utmost in flexibility can be offered whatever your group size.
Wildlife is abundant, sea safari adventures are recommended, bike rides and long walks are recommended and of course fishing both at sea or fly fishing in the local lochs will provide tremendous fun and maybe even dinner!
Famous for its warmth, hospitality, stunning coastline, dramatic scenery and easy access to the ‘Gateway to the Isles’ at Oban only 16 miles away your Scottish holiday at Melfort Pier & Harbour is sure be an adventure you will never forget.
About Us: Waterside Breaks specialises in holiday cottages and lodges by water throughout Scotland and the UK