Quality self catering apartments - Loch Awe, Scotland



St Conans Tower
St Conan's Tower Self-Catering Apartments

Unique and historic Tower House overlooking Loch Awe.
Secluded woodland setting.
Stylish apartments with attention to detail.


Tower Lounge   view across loch awe   

Tower lounge and view across Loch Awe

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Stairwell of the apartments

Stairwell to your apartment


      • Individually furnished and decorated with attractive upholstery and linens;
      • Fully-fitted kitchens: electric cooker, microwave, refrigerator, coffee-maker, sandwich-maker, toaster; electric heaters, hairdryer and iron
      • TV plus video in both apartments with video library; CD/cassette player, book library, games, guide folder, local Ordnance Survey map
      • Beds fitted with duvet sets and electric blankets; towels provided
      • Continental breakfast provisions on arrival
      • Both apartments have views over Loch Awe
      • Unique Top of the Tower lounge with panoramic views

Ben Lui (up to 6 adults)

Ben Lui: second floor: three-bedroomed apartment, accommodation for up to 6 adults:
Large dining/sitting room overlooking Loch Awe to the south and east.
Separate kitchen. Double bedroom looking south over the loch. Twin and single bedrooms with garden aspects and own washbasins. Sofa bed in sitting room for 6th person. Bathroom with electric shower. Separate toilet.

Dining Room
Ben Lui Living Room: Dining Area

Sitting room Ben Lui Apartment
Ben Lui Living Room: Sitting Area

Bathroom at Ben Lui Self Catering Apartment

Ben Lui Bathroom

Litchen at Ben Lui Apartment
Ben Lui Kitchen

Ben Lui Double Bedroom
Ben Lui Double Bedroom


Cruachan (2 adults)

Cruachan: third floor: ideal for couples, with entrance hall, spacious sitting/dining room and integral kitchen, separate double bedroom and bathroom. Views south and east over Loch Awe and the mountains.

Cruachan Living Room
Cruachan Living Room

Kitchen at Chruachan Apartment
Cruachan Kitchen

Bedroom at Cruachan Apartment
Cruachan Bedroom

The guide folder in each apartment offers comprehensive information and brochures on where to eat and drink, places of interest, bus, train, and boat timetables, and details of the local history and environment. The woodland garden is open to holiday visitors and the guest Tower Lounge, with its vistas across Loch Awe, the mountains, and Kilchurn Castle, is a unique feature. A laundry and drying room is available on the ground floor.
We regret that no pets are permitted.
Lochawe village (5 minutes walk) has a general store/Post Office and a pub serving bar meals. Summer cruises on the loch and to Kilchurn Castle. The famous West Highland railway offers 3 trains a day each way to Oban and Glasgow from Lochawe station.

A Bit About the Tower

St Conan’s Tower nestles in a natural tapestry of woodland and water. Overlooking Loch Awe, but secluded in its own wooded landscape of redwoods, fir trees, oaks, birches and rowan, this historic house offers a haven of tranquillity. So many of our visitors comment on the stress-free environment, as well as the relaxation provided by the comfortable, well-equipped apartments, each with their own video, book, and CD collections. Only 5 minutes from Lochawe village shop and pub with access to the A85 west to Oban and the Isles (or east to Glen Coe, Loch Lomond or Stirling). Also Lochawe railway station on the Glasgow-Oban West Highland Line. The Tower’s situation could not be more convenient for touring the Highlands or simply enjoying the spectacular setting and scenery. Offering short breaks or week-long holidays, St Conan’s Tower is an ideal getaway. St Conan’s Tower was built by the Duke of Argyll’s great-grandfather, Walter Douglas Campbell, at the end of the 19th century. Walter was a self-made architect and delighted in building unusual properties, the best known of which is St Conan’s Kirk in Lochawe village. The Tower itself, built of granite from Cruachan mountain, was intended as a winter home for the Campbell family who lived on Innis Chonain, the island just off the shore of Loch Awe. Through its 100-year history, the Tower has undergone several ownerships as private dwelling, boarding house, youth hostel, and B&B establishment, before becoming both a residential home and self-catering apartments for the present owners, Sheena and Jackie. Visitors have the added luxury of the unique Tower Lounge at the top of the house, from which panoramic views across Loch Awe, Kilchurn Castle, and the mountains, enhance afternoon tea, or evening drinks. As well as conservatory style furniture, a writing desk with a postcard selection and books about the area and its wildlife are provided. Sheena and Jackie bought the Tower in 1996, have renovated, refurbished, and continue to improve the house and garden to create a comfortable permanent home for themselves and temporary home for apartment guests. Visitors receive a warm welcome and can call on the owners at any time should they need anything. The house is fitted with the latest fire safety precautions and has the added advantages for visitors of a laundry/drying room, carport for bicycles, and ample car park.


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St Conan's Tower
PA33 1AH
Tel: +44(0)1838200342




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