Kilmichael Glossary
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The self-catering property is in a peaceful location in Kilmartin Glen, above the Kintyre peninsula in west Scotland, where you can hear the buzzards and the migrating geese overhead. The wheelchair-friendly bungalow boasts an array of wildlife nearby. From April onwards a cuckoo calls from the nearby woods. Also in summer there is a hare that frequently visits the garden. In between the months of April to September swallows gather on the wires behind the house. The house is located in Moine Mhor, part of Kilmartin Glen. It is close to Crinan, Crinan Canal and Kilmartin, which is known for its award-winning museum and fantastic café.

Loch-keeper’s cottage - at Crinan Bridge on Crinan Canal
Loch-keeper’s cottage – at Crinan Bridge on Crinan Canal

Activities close by include boat trips, gardens, lochs & coastlines to explore and prehistoric sites to see. The tourist towns of Oban and Inverary are within a short driving distance. Lochgilphead and its excellent shops are five miles away. There is an array of pubs, hotels and restaurants in the area. The surrounding roads are rather quiet and level, meaning that wheelchair users could go out and explore the local area and its wonderful scenery.

More information

Kilmartin Glen on Undiscovered Scotland

Kilmartin Glen on Visit Scotland

Kilmartin Museum

Heart of Argyll

Able magazine is a lifestyle magazine full of information for anyone living with a disability. Click on the ‘Scotland’ tab for days out all over Scotland.

enable magazine is another magazine for those people living with disability. It also contains plenty of information and discussion of important issues, mental and physical. Topics such as motoring and adapted vehicles also appear.