Argyll will grip you with its dazzling lochs, mountains, woodlands, towns and wildernesses as well as it’s unique coastlines.
Hailed as Scotland’s adventure coast, Argyll is the captivating county on the west side of the country with 23 inhabited islands within the region. This county is a filming hotspot with its relative proximity to Glasgow.
The mainland is scattered with beautiful towns and villages, farms, rugged vistas and spine-tingling beaches which will take your breath away.
Argyll’s islands are captivating, from the white sandy beaches of Colonsay, the stargazing Isle of Coll, the Isle of Tiree ‘land below the waves’ and Islay, which is world renowned for its whisky distilleries.
The region was described as ‘Phenomenal’ by Matthew Weiner, a Hollywood producer who shot Love me to Death in various locations throughout Argyll including; Lochgilphead, Inveraray and Cairndow.
STRACHUR SMIDDY, STRACHUR
Step back in time to days when transport relied on horses and the blacksmith's forge. The Strachur Smiddy has a long history, the first recorded reference being in 1791 and it functioned until the mid-1950s. It is located between Loch Fyne and The Clyde, a busy route for merchants, packmen, metalworkers, chiefs and their messengers. It was restored in 1997 as a museum.
STRUAN HOUSE, KILCHRENAN
A stunning 5 bedroom country house on the shores of Loch Awe surrounded by a 70 acre estate some of which includes an Ancient Caledonian Rainforest
CLACHAIG, DUNMORE, TARBERT, ARGYLL
A unique estate of around 130 acres of mixed land from meadows to rough hillside. Old Oak woodlands protected at a site of special scientific interest, perfect for a period drama. The owners have experience in the Film & TV industry so understand needs - secure & undercover storage, good sized parking & a quiet environment. Contact us for more details.