"If you have a passion for wildlife and the great outdoors, you'll love it here"
A Warm Welcome To Seafield Farm
Seafield Farm Cottages are three very comfortable holiday homes on the edge of Knapdale Forest at the head of Loch Sween near the small village of Achnamara. This is a little known part of Argyll but those who are fortunate enough to find it, return again and again. You can enjoy all the pleasures of staying in a beautiful coastal and woodland location while being only fifteen minutes by car from Lochgilphead, a small town with everything you need. While we welcome families, Seafield is quiet and peaceful so perhaps not the place for more lively children - think tranquil retreat rather than holiday camp.
Byre & Stable Cottages, Loch Sween from Kirkland and Kirkland Lodge
Byre and Stable Cottages, sleeping up to four in each, were converted in 1993 from the farm steading adjacent to the 19th century farmhouse, providing two excellent, roomy holiday cottages with traditional features and everything you need for a self catering holiday in the 21st century. Seafield is in an idyllic setting at the head of Loch Sween, surrounded by fields and ancient oak and hazel woodlands. Pets and smoking are not permitted in Byre or Stable Cottages.
Kirkland Lodge, sleeping up to 3, is a detached timber holiday home, a mile and a half from Seafield, in a woodland garden with open views to Loch Sween. The accommodation is not large but the wonderful location, woodburning stove and fabulous views make it our most popular holiday home. Small boats and canoes can be launched from the shore. You can enjoy another view of the loch from the summerhouse. Kirkland is non-smoking. One small pet may be permitted by arrangement.
Two hours drive from Glasgow
One hour from Oban
Mooring on Loch Sween
Peace and tranquility
Great Walking and Cycling on empty forest roads
Seafood Restaurants nearby
Atlantic Oak Woodlands
Otters, deer, red squirrels, pine marten, seals
Knapdale Beaver re-introduction project
Osprey, buzzards, hen harriers, sparrow hawks, herons
Kilmartin Glen with standing stones, burial cairns and rock art