Scotland. Lochgoilhead & Dunoon


I look forward to going to Scotland every winter. Sadly this year I spent the entire holiday feeling very poorly indeed. Back home, whenever someone asked me how the holiday was I replied with "Well the medical centre was excellent, and the three pharmacies I visited were lovely."

That being said, staying indoors wasn't too bad, with these views to admire...


We rented the most charming and secluded cottage. 
If I won the lottery I would buy it (I liked it that much!)







When I was feeling up to it, I didn't have to venture too far to see more of the scenery. The cottage is surrounded on all sides by secret pathways and spectacular views.


The most spectacular part was perhaps the three waterfalls, which you surrounded the house and could be heard everywhere you went.



The village of Lochgoilhead doesn't offer much more than a medical centre and a post office, but the one benefit of having to make multiple trips to the pharmacy, is that you get to see more of surrounding areas.






Fortunately all of the pharmacies I needed could be found in one place: the charming town of Dunoon. My grandad came from Dunoon (which perhaps explains why I've always prefer the west coast of Scotland) but this was my first visit to his hometown.



Sadly I couldn't linger for as long as I'd have liked, but I'll be sure to return. When everywhere looks as pretty as this, how can you stay away? 

Comments

  1. OK...total cottage goals! That house is so adorable and I can't get over the amazing views from those windows. Total bummer that you were sick the whole time but happy you could at least enjoy some views from the house. The whole area looks totally stunning!

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