Taychreggan began life as a humble 17th century cattle drovers inn, built on a small peninsula that juts out into the loch. It was from here, at Loch Awe’s narrowest crossing point, the cattle would swim across.
Still laying claims to its ancestral origins, today the old stonehouse, situated on its own 40 acres of garden and woodlands, offers far more than the humble hospitality of the past.
Taychreggan is located in the West Highlands in a beautiful corner of Argyll. It is magnificently positioned on its own bay and looks down Loch Awe, Scotland’s longest inland loch.
Taychreggan is close to Oban, the ferry gateway to the Western Isles of Mull and Iona.
Kilchrennan, By Taynuilt,
Nr. Oban, Argyll, Scotland PA35 1HQ
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