Tanglewood Lodge B&B

Bed and Breakfast in Taynuilt, Strathclyde

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Tanglewood Lodge B&B, Taynuilt

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Tanglewood Lodge is a newly-built Canadian-style wood clad house situated in the beautiful Glen Nant, just outside the village of Taynuilt. Set in its own three-quarter acre river-side ground.We are ideally situated to provide a base for your adventures in this area of the West Highlands of Scotland. It is 12 miles east of Oban Gateway to the Isles a ferry ride to one of the islands is a great day out.

Our spacious bedrooms offer superkingtwin beds with mountain and forest views making it easy to unwind and relax. Other facilities include comfortable armchairs, tea and coffee making; satellite TV with DVD player (DVDs available to borrow), WI-FI facilities and under floor heating throughout. The en-suite bathrooms have large showers and towel warmers.

One bedroom has a walkout balcony with mountain views and the second bedroom has an adjoining spacious room that could sleep up to 3 children, travel cot available on request. Breakfast is taken in the open plan living room with its vaulted ceiling and large glazed screen window over looking the River Nant and Caledonian Nature Reserve. The walkout deck gives easy access to the garden and riverside.

You are welcome to explore and sit by our riverside cabin enjoying the pure Argyll air, relaxing with a drink from the cabin on a sunny day. If you are lucky you may spot buzzards, herons, red and roe deer, red squirrels and occasionally be visited by the UKs rarest mammal a pine martin. The riverside is also a haven for wild flowers especially in spring.

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