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Airdeny Chalets, Taynuilt PA35 1HY Scotland
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#2 of 7 Speciality lodging in Taynuilt
7 two and three bedroom chalets, set in 3.5 acres of peaceful natural habitat, 1 mile from Taynuilt, with spectacular views of Ben Cruachan and Glen Etive. It is an ideal base for walking, cycling, fishing, bird watching, touring the Western Highlands & Islands or just relaxing. Oban, gateway to the Isles, is just 12 miles away. Graded three and four star by Visit Scotland. Prices range from £275 to £705 per week.
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Property amenities
Free parking
Free internet
Bicycle rental
Books, DVDs, music for children
Highchairs available
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
BBQ facilities
Golf course
Horseback riding
Non-smoking hotel
Outdoor fireplace
Outdoor furniture
Picnic area
Laundry service
Washing machine
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Room features
Allergy-free room
Seating area
Coffee / tea maker
Cable / satellite TV
Electric kettle
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Room types
Mountain view
Non-smoking rooms
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Languages Spoken
English, German
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Simon T wrote a review Sep 2021
Aberdeen, United Kingdom56 contributions36 helpful votes
As five adults with two cars, we soon discovered that our original plan of taking a short self-catering break in Oban would be complicated by parking issues. Airdeny was to prove the ideal solution: not too far outside Oban, and plenty of parking: not only that, but our three-bedroom chalet was an added bonus: spotless, spacious, warm, comfortable, and very well appointed: quite the best we've ever encountered in the UK. The new owners have only been here a short while, but they’ve obviously already made major improvements – none of the negative comments made in older reviews from the previous regime were in any way applicable. Just about everything you’re likely to need beyond your personal travel essentials is provided: a touch typical of the owners’ thoughtfulness was the provision of a few dishwasher tablets for those who either hadn’t expected one or had forgotten to pack any. As would be expected in a rural area far from a gas main, the hob and oven are electric. One of the bedrooms had an en-suite bathroom with facilities for disabled users: the other two shared one with a bath and electric shower – this was to prove our only niggle, as setting a comfortable temperature was extremely difficult. In practice, though, we were usually able to use the shower in the en-suite, which was fantastic. For entertainment there’s a TV with FreeSat, neatly side stepping the reception issues that used to beset West Coast signals, and a DVD player - Reception has some DVDs to borrow. Although a portable radio was provided, it was hard to get anything out of it, but the FreeSat box offers a wide selection of radio stations too. It’s a fabulous setting, with woodland behind and a prospect dominated by Ben Cruachan: the grounds are quite spacious and neatly maintained, and there’s a decent distance between chalets. Even in a post-lockdown period, with some of the bigger attractions still unavailable, there was plenty to see and do, with a variety of walks and gardens nearby, not to mention the lure of the various sea and ferry trips from Oban. Taynuilt is a very convenient centre: many of Scotland’s scenic attractions, including Glencoe and Kintyre as well as Mull and some of the smaller islands, can be comfortably covered as day trips The owners are on site, and available for much of the day, though apart from checking in and out, the only time we saw them was for the evidently traditional welcoming visit of Constanze, baby Eleanor and a plate of muffins. Most highly recommended if you’re looking for self-catering accommodation in this magical area of Scotland.
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Date of stay: September 2021
Summerseeker wrote a review Aug 2021
2 contributions7 helpful votes
Lovely chalets set in a beautiful location providing a great base for exploring the beautiful western coast of Scotland. Our second time staying here and a big improvement since Constanze and family have taken over. A nice warm and welcoming feel to the place and even though we didn’t ‘need’ anything else it surely would have been on hand if we had done. Chalets were spotlessly clean and had everything you needed (including new appliances). Nice touch that they have been renamed and a book and dvd explaining the history behind their new name placed in the chalet. Would absolutely recommend!
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Date of stay: August 2021Trip type: Travelled with family
Room Tip: Be prepared to drive quite a bit to explore. Restaurants (if using) need to be planned/booked
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Gail S wrote a review Aug 2021
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These charming chalets are set in a beautiful setting with plenty space to give each one their own private space .. We were welcomed with delicious homemade raspberry muffins that Constanze had made with the raspberries that were growing in her garden . We stayed for 3 nights and had a wonderful family experience. Both Constanze and Robert were so welcoming and kind with all their wee personnel touches .. this made our stay so special that we wouldn’t hesitate to recommend these chalets to anyone who would like to explore this lovely part of Scotland.
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Date of stay: July 2021Trip type: Travelled with family
Lc2003 wrote a review Aug 2021
Ireland7 contributions
We had such a lovely stay in the 3 bedroom cabin. We were warmly welcomed by Constanze on our arrival who kindly made some delicious strawberry muffins for us. The cabin was cosy but very spacious. The kitchen was well equipped with oven, hobs, cutlery etc. Nice big sofa and tv was a bonus. Lots of good informative brochures. The place was spotless. The chalets all have picturesque views of the mountains and lots of outside space. Lots of lovely walks around such as Angus Garden. Good location to travel to Oban, Fort William, Glencoe etc. A trip to the Isle of Luing to hire bikes is a must. I would definitely recommend staying here. Ideal for families.
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Date of stay: August 2021Trip type: Travelled with family
Room Tip: Take the boat to the Isle of Luing and hire bikes!
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sikth07 wrote a review Jul 2021
Glasgow, United Kingdom288 contributions111 helpful votes
We were welcomed by Constanze who gave us a tour of our two bedroom chalet, returning a short while later to give us some delicious home-made cupcakes! We loved the location - very quiet and peaceful, around one mile from Taynuilt. The chalet had everything we needed - some brochures and guides for the local area, kitchen with enough basic crockery and cutlery for the four of us, drying area, picnic bench, a TV and Wifi (a little slow but it did work!). Constanze and family had also just set up a new play area while we were there and our kids enjoyed that (though I think younger kids would like it even more!). They also provided a disposable barbecue on request, which we used at the designated barbecue area nearby. Overall it was a great stay and recommended for couples and families.
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Date of stay: July 2021
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US$83 - US$152 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Frequently Asked Questions about Airdeny Chalets
Which popular attractions are close to Airdeny Chalets?
Nearby attractions include Finn Falconry (2.9 km), Inverawe Smokehouse (2.9 km), and Ardchattan Priory Garden (5.4 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Airdeny Chalets?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free parking, a golf course, and laundry service.
Which room amenities are available at Airdeny Chalets?
Top room amenities include a kitchenette, a refrigerator, and a view of the mountains.
What food & drink options are available at Airdeny Chalets?
Guests can enjoy barbeque facilities during their stay.
Is parking available at Airdeny Chalets?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Airdeny Chalets?
Conveniently located restaurants include The Robin's Nest Tea Room, Inverawe Smokehouse, and The Brander Lodge Hotel & Bistro.
Are any cleaning services offered at Airdeny Chalets?
Yes, laundry service and a washing machine are offered to guests.
Are pets allowed at Airdeny Chalets?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Airdeny Chalets?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English and German.
Are there any historical sites close to Airdeny Chalets?
Many travellers enjoy visiting St Conan's Kirk (12.3 km) and Dunstaffnage Castle & Chapel (12.2 km).