Rarely will one encounter a property offering such peace and quiet. The six-bedroom Homestone Farm lies on a 250-acre beef farm near Campbeltown, in a secluded corner of the beautiful Kintyre Peninsula. The location of the rural cottage affords stunning panoramic views, which the owners have sought to capture with the light-filled conservatory and the rear lawned garden.
Each bedroom boasts its own charming design theme. There is one double bedroom, two doubles with en-suite, one single, one twin with en-suite and another twin room. The five bathrooms accommodate large groups, as do the spacious dining and the sitting room, whose comfy sofas face a cosy open fire.
Families will be tempted to linger, with the provision of central heating, WiFi, TV, DVD, CD/radio as well as a selection of books and games and a kitchen that is fully-equipped for family meals. Off-road parking fits five cars and the pet-friendly property provides laundry facilities and amenities for young children.
Within the bounds of the property, guests can enjoy rough shooting and fishing, while within reach of the cottage are miles of walking trails, a golf course and the quaint village of Campbeltown. Visit the coast to sight seals and dolphins.
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Homestone Farm is a lovely, big house in a lovely spot. The owners are really friendly too. We would love to go back in the summer.
MEETING THE WILDLIFE
The house was huge, there was plenty of space for us all. There was an ample supply of logs for the fire, and the sitting room was really cosy when the fire was lit. The owners and their two delightful collies were friendly and were particularly kind in letting my teenage daughter help groom and have a little (led) ride on Dusty, it was the highlight of her holiday as it is not something she would usually get the opportunity to do. The house was well situated with lovely walks for the dogs on the doorstep and the beach walks are only a short drive away. There is lots to do and loads of wildlife to see, plenty of buzzards and deer. We were over the moon to see two Golden Eagles, and the seals in the sea at Southend were close enough to almost touch!