The village of Taynuilt is located in Argyll and Bute, in the Highlands of Scotland. Built mostly from local grey stone, it lies at the narrow entrance to the Pass of Brander, a spectacular mountain pass where the railway makes its way between Loch Awe and the towering mountain of Cruachan. Holiday cottages in Taynuilt are a stone’s throw from the banks of the River Nant, close to where it flows into Loch Etive at Airds Bay. For centuries, Taynuilt was a resting place for travellers making the crossing to neigbouring Bonawe. In 1880, a station on the Callander and Oban Railway opened in the village, which has been a popular place for visitors to the Highlands ever since.
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Enjoy a unique holiday with a stay at Port na Mine, a large and child-friendly cottage near the Scottish village of Taynuilt, Argyll and Bute. The luxury cottage affords picturesque views of Loch Etive and Glencoe, featuring six bedrooms wood effect electric fire, and fully enclosed garden.