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Portnellan Farm - The Old Farmhouse

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Portnellan is an organic family farm on the southern shore of Loch Lomond and has been farmed by the Scott-Park family since 1952.  The focus of the farm is producing quality organic aberdeen angus beef but we also provide moorings on Loch Lomond, self-catering accomodation, speadboat tours and paddle board hire and lessons.  

The Old Farmhouse occupies a magnificent location overlooking one of Scotlands most iconic freshwater lochs. The house offers an oasis of luxury and peace on the secluded 230 acre farm. The house has been extensively renovated and was completed for December 2014 and now offeres luxury accomodation for those who seek the finest in self-catering.

Almost all the rooms command the same mesmorising view of the loch and mountains and the front decked area enjoys an uninterrupted panorama of the largest loch in Britain. Just below the house there is a pier and moorings for those wishing to bring their own boat. The house now boasts a new kitchen with a range cooker, a comfortable living room complete with wood-burning stove, 3 double bedrooms all with spectacular views over the loch, a shower room and a bathroom with a spa bath and a second shower.

For more details and to book The Old Farmhouse please visit www.lhhscotland.com/properties/detail/?id=25648

We look forward to welcoming you to Portnellan Farm!

 

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Portnellan Farm - The Old Farmhouse
Portnellan Farm
Gartocharn
G83 8NL

T: 01389 830 487
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