Where can you eat ?
In Bed : there are 3 trays, so one for each bedroom to be able to take an indulgent long lie : how about our own farm eggs that you get in the welcome pack, scrambled with the organic local milk, and then adding some local smoked salmon from Oban Food Hub (you can order scrumptious foods from local producers and arrange with me to collect it on the Thursday before your arrival)
In the conservatory : a popular place for breakfasts watching the birds and even our resident deer can pay you a visit. Two tables for either enjoying your plate on your lap or setting out a full meal. Or you can sit on the wrap about seating with cushions.
Where can you eat ?
In the kitchen .. which has a full 4 oven range, dishwasher, fridge, freezer, extensive equipment, crockery, utensils - you can even bake a cake.
There is plenty of empty space too for all your own food and goods, so you can really make yourself at home.
The kitchen table has 4 chairs with 2 extra available.
Where can we eat ?
The Dining area : the large refectory table (from my mothers old boarding school, with the pews chairs) in the open plan living space is only a few steps from the kitchen, but provides a really spacious area for eating, working, crafting..
The house is very well equipped and you can really fine dine at home here, either cooking yourselves or using one of our excellent outside caterers who will deliver the most delicious meals to the door.
In the garden :
The house is surrounded by a large mature cottage garden, that has a lovely big lawn and perennial, fruit and herb planting around. There is a generous recycled plastic table with 6 chairs (and cushions just inside the conservatory door) parasol in the summer, loungers as well as a bench seat in the willow arbour, one beside the pond, and a single quiet sit spot to the side.
You can enjoy a BBQ here, with the utensils in the house, and a bag of fuel for direct bookers to get you started.
If you know what you are doing there are edible plants in the garden that you are welcome to help yourself to - fair share principles, leave some for future guests.