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Cabin Henry

The cabins are situated in about a 1/4 of an acre backing onto woodland.

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There is easy access to the loch front and Port Henry with harbour and jetty. Port Henry is regularly visited by seals, porpoise, otters and other wildlife.

Fishing permits available.

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Ardchyline House is located approximately one hour from Glasgow Airport. There are lots of places to visit nearby including Inveraray and it's castle, Benmore Botanic Gardens, Loch Lomond, Loch Fyne Oysters, Fyne Ales Brewery, Ardkinglas Estate and many more. The Cowal Way, "Scotlands best walking trail", is also only 5 miles away. There are many other opportunities to walk,cycle and explore locally too.

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£50 per cabin for single night.
£40 per night for stays of 2 days for more.
(includes bedding
)

Towels can be provided at an additional cost
Cook-your-own breakfast hampers available

Discounts available for stays
of 4 nights and over

Booking essential

Tel: 01499 302455
email: ardchylinehouse@gmail.com

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Ardchyline House Limited
St. Catherines,
Cairndow,
Argyll.
PA25 8AZ

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Callander Cabins are two wooden glamping cabins situated in the grounds of Ardchyline House, with spectacular views over Loch Fyne towards Inveraray and the mountains beyond.

The cabins are named after the two brothers who built the house. Henry and George Callander. The Callanders originally owned the Ardkinglas and Ardchyline estates, Ardchyline was separated in 1910 when the Ardkinglas estate was sold.

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Henry Callander (standing in boat) and George Callander circa 1920.

The 2 cabins are situated either side of a burn that has a small bridge joining them. Both cabins have views across the loch. There is numerous wildlife that visits the garden including deer, red squirrels, pine martens and many different types of birds

Both cabins

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Cabin Henry
: sleeps 3-4: Double bed with single bunk above and optional  chair bed.

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Cabin George: sleeps 2: 2 Single beds

inside cabin george

As well as sleeping facilities each cabin has a decked porch area with table and seating. The cabins are solar powered and have lighting and USB charging points. Visitors also have use of the “Iron House” providing simple cooking facilities, a fridge and freezer, toilets and a shower.  There is ample car parking, baggage transfer can be arranged and bike storage available.

Inside the Iron House

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