Kinlochlaich House is an historic Scottish country house set in its own beautiful gardens on the south facing slopes of the Appin hills, close to sea with views to the mountains. You can stay in self contained apartments in the 17th and 18th century main house. The grounds include an octagonal walled garden, lawns and a woodland walk.
We enjoyed our stay in Appin, very beautiful area.
Plus points - comfortable large bed.
Apartment adequately warmed by a range of electric convection and storage heaters.
Galley kitchen with necessary fridge/freezer, crockery, cutlery etc. See also negatives below.
Quiet location, with owls hooting at night, very pleasant.
Adjacent garden and garden centre. Fiona, the owner was very helpful.
Negative points - kitchen sink continually on the verge of blocking, in spite of attempts to clear, this is a long standing problem, according to advice in the property's literature advising gre...more
I guess we expected more of a cottage feel. It was quite claustrophobic and musty. Felt like we were in the back alley servant's quarters, not a part of the "house". I think if they try to continue to upgrade and refurbish (get rid of all the old stained carpeting, etc.) it will be nicer.
I stayed in Linnhe apartment from Monday May 29th to Friday June 2nd with my brother and my adult daughter. After booking the trip my daughter dislocated a joint and needed crutches but managed the 16 steps down to the basement apartment and the large walk-in shower and overall spacious apartment worked really well for her and us.
The apartment is warm and has all the equipment needed for a great break and the laundry next door was a bonus.
Set right next door to an impressive garden centre within an 18th century octagonal walled garden, there are lots of opportunities for rest and relaxati...more