The Creggans

Self-catering - Benderloch

The Creggans is a compact, beautifully furnished, and equipped one-and-a-half storey house situated on the main Tralee road, Benderloch, 2 minutes from the World Famous Tralee Bay Caravan site.

The Creggans has recently been refurbished and extended. The property is set back from the road, with ample parking, and secure.
This is an extremely quiet area, secluded, and very private.
Owners live on the site.
Dogs allowed.

There are seasonal restaurants nearby.
Tralee Beach is just a few minutes walk away.
The area is ideal for hiking, sailing and bird watching.
Photographers and artists love the scenic opportunties.
Nearby attractions include the Sealife Sanctuary complete with seals and otters; the forest walks at Benderloch and Barcladine or more strenous climbing and skiing in Glencoe.

 

Creggans
The Creggans
Accommodation.
Ground floor sitting room , kitchen , en-suite double bedroom.
Upper floor. Large double bedroom with 4 velux windows , two on seaward side, and two facing the garden. 
Fully furnished house , with all kitchen, crockery.
Towels and bedding provided.

Satellite TV. 

Gas cooker. 
Gas heating.
Two shower rooms. 

Front of house - tiled patio, deck chairs and table, ornamental bench. 
Rear of house - wooden decking leading onto the garden.
Use of the owner's washing machine
and drying green.

Open all year 
Ground floor bedroom 
Ground floor en-suite bedroom

Kitchen
Kitchen

 
 
 Living room
Living room

Master 
      
 
  Bedroom 
Upper floor bedroom

480
Tralee Beach Benderloch
(viewed from the Beinn Lora forest walk)

Creggans location

For bookings or more information please contact the owners, Bill or Rowena

telephone 01631 720339
email: creggansbenderloch@hotmail.co.uk
or write to
Creggans, Benderloch, by Oban PA37 1QS

MAP - How to find us

Connel







 bridge panorama

Connel Bridge crosses the entrance to Loch Etive
about two miles south of Creggans.
The bridge has views out to the Isle of Mull
and up the loch to Ben Cruachan.

You will probably have the pleasure of crossing
this bridge on your way to Creggans.

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