Inveraray is on your doorstep and offers a variety of restaurants, cafes, a supermarket, shops, post office, two fuel stations and a garage. There are many things to see and do including Inveraray Castle, Inveraray Jail, and Argyll adventures for horse riding and other fun things. more information below.
Another historic visitor centre well worth a trip is Inveraray Jail. The prison as you see it today opened in 1820 and at that time was considered a model prison with a water closet on each landing.More Information
Inveraray Castle has been on the shores of Loch Fyne since the 1400's. The castle we see today dates from the 1700's and is a delightful day out for the family.
Argyll Adventure is directly opposite Barvrack and offers pony trekking, crossbow range, paintball, laser blast jand other activites!
There are several walks for visitors close at hand to try from easy to more demanding and information and maps are supplied and can be found in the house. One scenic walk is the canal at Crinan starting in the village of Ardrishaig (24 miles south of Barvrack) again, information can be found in the information pack left in the house.
In 2017, beavers were successfully reintroduced to Knapdale forest, Argyll, which is only about 45 minutes from Barvrack. Absent from Scotland for over 400 years, beavers can be seen going about their business in this beautiful landscape.
Head south from Barvrack heading in the direction of Lochgilphead/Campbeltown. Drive through 2 roundabouts and when you come to the third turn right signposted Oban. Follow the road for 2 miles. Take the left fork for Cairnbaan and continue on this road for 3 miles. You will see a sign on the left for Tayvallich. (B8025). Take this road for a mile then take the fork to the left. You will see the car park on your left.
The Jacobite steam engine is a fantastic day out.
Leaving from Fort William and journeying to the north west village Mallaig.
It is advisable to book well in advance and it can be a long day out, Fort William is 2 hours by car from Inveraray, but well worth the trip.
The house has 3 bedrooms, 2 of which are doubles (1 ensuite) and a twin bedroom. The house is surrounded by gardens, and a private driveway with ample parking.
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Inveraray is on your doorstep and offers a variety of reastaurants, cafes, a supermarket, shops, post office and two fuel stations and a garage.
The village of Inveraray is on the A83 and is approximately 1.5 hours from Glasgow, slightly less from Glasgow Airport.
We currently have 3 self catering properties, Barvrack House in Inveraray and "Nan's Hoose" and "Dan's Hoose" in South-End Kintyre, near Campbeltown. More information on our other properties.