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  • Squirrels Drey

    Oban

    Grade
    2
    1
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    Ref: UK5123
    Situated in an elevated position up a steep, rough country track, this detached, single-storey log cabin is in a very good location for those wishing to enjoy the stark natural beauty of the Scottish countryside, yet still have easy access to the bustling harbour town of Oban. With the owners living nearby, help is always at hand. From Oban, there are daily boat trips to the surrounding islands, including Mull, Staffa and Iona, where you can see an abundance of birds and wildlife. For a chance to spot porpoise, dolphins, whales and basking sharks, there’s Seafari Adventures on the beautiful island of Easdale. Day trips to Fort William, Glencoe and Inveraray are a must, and Oban boasts a distillery, McCaig’s Tower and a broad range of seafood restaurants and bars. For those seeking an outdoor lifestyle, there can be no better choice than this stunning region of the west coast. Beach 4 miles. Shop, pub and restaurant 1½ miles.

    Ground Floor: Step to entrance. All on the ground floor.
    Open plan living space.
    Living area: With 22" Freeview TV.
    Dining area.
    Kitchen area: With electric oven, electric hob, microwave, fridge and washing machine.
    Bedroom: With double bed and en-suite with shower cubicle and toilet.

    Electric central heating, electricity, bed linen and towels included. Small gravelled garden with sitting-out area and garden furniture. 1-acre shared, natural, unspoilt and landscaped grounds. Private parking for 1 car. No smoking. Please note: There is a step in the garden, and steep banks in the garden and grounds.

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  • Goose Cottage

    Oban

    Grade
    2
    1
    1
    1
    Ref: SNNB

    Of a high standard, Goose Cottage is a single-storey holiday property set in shared, mature and spectacular grounds. Wildlife is usually plentiful and there are fine views towards Oban Bay and the loch from the garden area. Oban town (shops, bars and restaurants) is 1 mile; from its bustling harbour, boat trips leave for Mull and Iona. Enjoy Glencoe, Inveraray, sea safaris from Easdale. Shops 1/2 mile, pub ¼ mile.

    12 steps to entrance. Living/dining room with wood-burning stove and wooden floor. Well-equipped kitchen. Double bedroom with 5ft bed, TV. Bathroom with roll-top bath, shower cubicle and toilet.

    • Wood-burning stove - initial fuel included, thereafter available locally
    • Electricity, biomass central heating, bed linen and towels included
    • Two Freeview TVs
    • DVD (small library)
    • Microwave
    • Washer/dryer
    • Dishwasher
    • Fridge/freezer
    • Wi-fi
    • Small garden with patio, furniture
    • Shared natural, unspoilt grounds
    • Barbecue
    • Parking (for 1 car)
    • Cycle store
    • No smoking
    • NB: 10 steps to entance, 18 steps to viewpoint. Unfenced loch and cliff in adjacent grounds

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  • Kildalloig Estate - Fisherman’s Cottage

    Nr Campbeltown

    Grade
    2
    1
    1
    1
    Ref: SBW


    These cottages (refs SBW and SRRL see below for individual description) are set on the beautiful Kildalloig Estate on The Mull of Kintyre. Set against the rugged beauty of the sea and the wild landscape of the Kintyre Peninsula, they provide an idyllic sanctuary, offering modern amenities and historic coastal charm. Surrounded by natural beauty and sea views, each cottage is comfortably furnished, provides wonderful character and history and has been thoughtfully arranged to accommodate couples, honeymooners, families, golfers, hikers, birdwatchers and other visitors. There are wonderful stretches of secluded beach and coastal walks (with coves and rockpools, ideal for children), and the fascinating little island of Davaar with its lighthouse, cave painting and wild goats which can be reached on foot at low tide. There are marvellous walks along the coast and through woodland on the Estate – where seals, otters and a variety of birds can be seen – and in the hills, where golden eagles soar. The cottages provide the classic Scottish seaside holiday spot - with an abundant number of rocky and sandy beaches close by and pristine sandy beaches within 5-15 minutes’ drive. Activities locally include surfing, sea fishing, horse trekking, mountain biking and island hopping to Gigha, Islay and Arran. Kintyre is home to five golf courses - the most famous is the championship course at Macrihanish with its stunning and infamous first hole. There are a further two 18-hole golf courses - Southend and Machrihanish Dunes and two excellent 9-hole courses in Carradale and Tarbet. Campbeltown (4 miles) has supermarkets, shops, restaurants and leisure centre (with swimming pool, gym, sauna and sun beds). In its day, Campbeltown had over 30 whisky distilleries. Today only two survive – Glen Scotia and Springbank, with the latter offering tours by appointment. Further attractions in Campbeltown include the Campbeltown Cross, the quaint Art Deco cinema, the Birds of Prey centre, the Museum, the Linda McCartney memorial garden and the Mull Lighthouse. Shops and pub 3 miles.

    Set right next to a secluded beach, Fisherman’s Cottage is wonderfully romantic and private. This cosy single-storey cottage enjoys a very picturesque and peaceful setting with spectacular views over the Kilbrannan Sound to Arran and the Island of Davaar. Steeped in history, this cottage was the home of a local fisherman until the 1970’s, and retains many of its original features including a wood-burning stove. With wonderful sea views and complete privacy, this is the perfect place for a romantic break, honeymoon or simply to get away from it all. Sitting/dining room with kitchen area with wood-burning stove. Double bedroom with 5ft bed and en-suite bathroom with over-bath shower and toilet.

    • Heated towel rail
    • Grassy area
    • NB: Property close to sea

    • Open fire and/or wood-burning stove – initial logs included, thereafter available locally
    • Electricity, electric rads and bed linen included
    • Cot
    • High chair
    • TV
    • DVD
    • Microwave
    • Garden furniture
    • Barbecue
    • Parking
    • Private beach
    • Natural water supply from spring

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  • Island View

    Ellenabeich, nr. Oban

    Grade
    2
    1
    1
    1
    Ref: W43044

    In a unique location on the beautiful Seil Island, reached by the famous Bridge over the Atlantic, this single storey, former slate-worker’s terraced cottage boasts a balcony with stunning sea views, and is an ideal holiday base. Enjoy leisurely walks, sea fishing, watersports, golf, and an abundance of wildlife. Sea-fari excursions from the village offer boat trips to the famous Corryvreckan Whirlpool. There are fascinating archaeological sites, beautiful castles and gardens within easy reach. Oban has shops, seafood restaurants, bars, and ferries to the surrounding islands, including Mull, Staffa and Iona. Shop 50 yards, bar/restaurant 50 yards.

    All on ground floor: Living/dining room/kitchen with slate floor. 1 double bedroom with en-suite shower room and toilet.

    Open fire in living room (no fuel provided). Electric woodburner in living room by key meter. Underfloor central heating and electricity by key meter. Bed linen and towels included. Satellite TV. Freeview TV. DVD and small library. Stereo/CD. iPod dock. Electric cooker. Combi microwave/oven/grill. Washer/dryer. Dishwasher. Wi-fi. Balcony and furniture. On road parking. No smoking. NB: Lochside position.

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  • Mains Cottages - Colin’s Cottage

    Carradale, nr. Campbeltown

    Grade
    2
    1
    2
    1
    Ref: 30646


    Situated in the quiet village of Carradale these three charming, semi-detached holiday cottages (refs 30645, 30646 and 30647) offer an ideal location from which to explore the beauty of Kintyre. Colin’s Cottage and Douglas Cottage offer cosy studio accommodation with the bedroom in the style of old Scottish bothies with the bed tucked against the wall in its own recess. The surrounding area is well known for its fine beaches, unspoiled countryside and scenic walks, with the addition of ’The Kintyre Way’ making this a good base from which to explore the Kintyre Peninsula, including local landmarks of Skipness Castle, the Mull of Kintyre, the Isles of Arran and Gigha. Lying just off the west coast of Kintyre, the Isle of Gigha offers a pleasant day trip for visitors. Within a short distance there are many quiet and sandy beaches to explore and there is easy access to the Isles of Islay, Arran and Jura - all of which are well worth the visit. Jura, one of the wildest and most mountainous of the Inner Hebrides, is an ideal place to go for peace and quiet and some great walking. Islay is a great place to visit for wildlife enthusiasts, as it boasts a large RSPB reserve, a wintering population of barnacle and white-fronted geese, and a Wildlife Information Centre.
    The Royal Burgh of Campbeltown is the main centre of population in Kintyre. Glasgow is only 20-30 minutes’ flying time from Machrihanish airport, which in turn is 35 minutes’ driving time from the property.
    Campbeltown is one of a handful of areas in Scotland categorised as a whisky producing region and is home to the Campbeltown Single Malt - at one point having 34 distilleries and proclaiming itself ’the whisky capital of the world’. The town boasts two distilleries as well as a museum, heritage centre and harbour, with a music festival. Another attraction in the burgh, is the recreation centre (fitness centre, swimming pool, cafe and library). The town is well served with supermarkets, independently owned local shops which sell a wide variety of goods with excellent hotels and restaurants offering the finest local produce.
    Beach 1/2 mile. Shop, pub and restaurant 500 yards (10-minute walk).

    All on ground floor: Living room/kitchen. Curtained off bedroom area with double bed (accessed from one side only). Bathroom with shower over bath and toilet.

    Electric hob. Combi microwave/oven/grill. Enclosed lawned garden with sitting-out area and furniture.

    All properties: Electric central heating and electricity at cost. Bed linen and towels included. 32" Freeview TV. Washing machine. Dishwasher. Freezer. Wi-fi. Parking (2 cars). No smoking.

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  • Kames Castle Estate - Kames Gate Lodge

    Rothesay, Isle of Bute

    Grade
    2
    1
    2
    1
    Ref: SSBG

    Situated in a wonderful coastal location in Kames Bay on the east side of Bute, the lovely traditional stone cottages that form Kames Castle (refs SSBA, SSBB, SSBC, SSBD, SSBE, SSBF, SSBG and SSBH) are situated in approximately 19.5 acres of woodland and parkland and provide a superb, secluded location.
    Within the estate there is a wonderful B listed, 18th century walled garden containing a listed Victorian greenhouse with productive vines, tennis court, river running through and plentiful walks and wildlife to observe. The estate lies only yards from the shore and boasts views to the Kyles of Bute and Loch Striven, and to the Cowal Peninsula beyond. A small car ferry is only 5 minutes along the coastal road providing easy access to the Cowal Peninsula, and another way onto the mainland for those wishing to explore the highlands of Scotland.

    Kames Castle dates from the 14th century, at which time it was the seat of the Bannatyne family, whose roots can be traced back to the reign of King Alexander III of Scotland. The Bannatynes of Kames were believed to be chamberlains to the Stewart kings when Bute was part of the Royal Estates, and the title of Lord Kames was bestowed on William Bannatyne in the 19th century, before it came into the possession of the Marquess of Bute.

    The island has been named as one of National Geographics ’Top10’ global adventure trips. There are many breathtaking scenic walks, the West Island Way Walks and the Kelspoke Trail are close by and take in the glorious sea views. There is an interesting 13-hole golf course at Port Bannatyne. Kingarth has a 9-hole course, with views towards Arran, and there is a scenic 18-hole course in Rothesay, with views from Canada Hill towards Loch Striven and The Kyles of Bute. Bute is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and has a pleasant mild climate. Outdoor enthusiasts have numerous opportunities to enjoy coastal and hill walking as well as cycling on the quiet roads and tracks around the island. Anglers enjoy a choice of freshwater and sea fishing on hill lochs and the Firth of Clyde. The area is notable for its sailing on the famous Kyles of Bute, which is a National Scenic Area. Tighnabruaich and Colintraive to the north, and the Crinan Canal and Tarbert to the west, are centres of lively sailing activity throughout the season. There are marinas and sheltered moorings in Rothesay and Port Bannatyne.

    A couple of miles away is the island’s main town of Rothesay, a traditional, Victorian, seaside resort which has managed to maintain its grand architecture. It still has its ancient castle, built to fend off the Vikings, and a museum. From Rothesay harbour, trips can be taken around the islands on the Waverley, the last sea-going paddle steamer ship in the world. Further along the coast is the pretty harbour town of Port Bannatyne. There are also other sites such as St Blanes Chapel and Ascog Fernery to be found.

    The island attracts many annual festivals including the Jazz Festival in May, ’T in the Port’ in June, ButeFest, for music and food in July, the Bute Highland Games in August, the Baird Festival of Flight, and in September to mark the first ’All Scottish, heavier than air, powered flight in 1910’, just a few years after the Wright brothers first flight to France. Close by is Mount Stuart House, an extravagantly decorated stately home. It is said to contain more marble than any other building in the British Isles and has become a popular location for celebrity weddings. Days out to Glasgow and Edinburgh are easily managed by the train link from Wemyss Bay. Shop, pub and restaurant ½ mile.

    Living room with electric woodburner and kitchen area with tiled floor. Double bedroom. Bathroom with over-bath shower and toilet.

    • Electric woodburner included
    • Full gas central heating and Wi-Fi included
    • Travel cot and high chair on request
    • 24" Freeview TV
    • Fridge/freezer
    • Sitting-out area and furniture
    • Parking (for 2 cars)
    • Ground floor facilities

    • Electricity, bed linen and towels included
    • DVD
    • Microwave
    • Washing machine
    • Shared lawned garden
    • Shared 19-acre natural grounds with walled garden and parkland
    • Shared tennis court
    • Welcome pack
    • Pets free of charge
    • No smoking
    • NB: Unfenced river in grounds, varied distance of 25 yards to 250 yards away

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  • Knockdow House - The Schoolhouse

    Toward, nr. Dunoon

    Grade
    2
    1
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    1
    Ref: SYYE

    This stunning B listed country house, dating back to 1817, was once the seat of the McGorrie Lamonts and has huge historical importance throughout the area. Fabulously restored and divided into apartments(refs SYYE, SYYF, SYYG and SYYH), Knockdow House offers a superb level of holiday accommodation and is located on a 6000-acre estate on the Cowal Peninsula. Throughout the estate there are beautiful landscaped gardens, ponds, river, fishing loch (fly fishing by prior arrangement) and woodland and coastal walks, with a diverse range of fauna and flora. Wildlife is abundant, with red squirrel, otters, roe deer and large variety of birdlife, including hen harriers, buzzards and eagles. Seals, otters and porpoises are also seen regularly throughout the area. Located on Argyll’s Secret Coast, Knockdow House is tucked away in a small corner of Argyll on the west coast of Scotland and is an area of stunning natural beauty, with hills, glens, rugged coastlines, white beaches, clear waters and ancient forests. Argyll’s Secret Coast is packed with places to visit and things to do, and sailors, walkers, cyclists and artists are all drawn to this area for its natural beauty. Explore the forests and coastline by foot, bike, kayak or boat. The whole area is steeped in Highland history and dotted with ruins, castles and ancient sites. Close by is Dunoon, which has a good selection of shops and restaurants, a cinema and swimming pool. Dunoon is of course the home of the Cowal Gathering, one of the largest and most spectacular Highland games in the world. There is a fantastic range of outdoor leisure activities in the area, including sailing, fishing, windsurfing, speed boat tours, quad biking, clay shooting and much more. Just a short drive away is Portavadie, with its marina and the ferry over to Tarbert, where visitors can explore the Kintyre Peninsula, with ferries to the islands of Islay, Juray and Arran. Beach 200 yards. Shop and pub 2 miles.

    Living room with wood-burning stove and 6ft bed. Kitchen. Fully tiled bathroom with shower attachment and toilet.

    • Wood-burning stove - initial fuel included, thereafter available locally
    • Ground floor
      facilities

    • Electricity, full biomass central heating, bed linen and towels included
    • Travel cot and high chair on request
    • Freeview TV
    • DVD
    • Radio/CD
    • iPod dock
    • Microwave
    • Washer/dryer
    • Dishwasher
    • Wi-fi
    • Shared lawned garden with furniture
    • Large, shared, 500-acre, landscaped grounds with furniture
    • Shared barbecue
    • Ample parking
    • Fishing by arrangement
    • Natural water supply from spring
    • Welcome pack
    • No smoking
    • NB: Three ponds, two fishing lakes, river, sloping banks and drops in grounds

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  • Rosebank

    Rothesay, Isle of Bute

    Grade
    2
    1
    1
    1
    Ref: CC523155
    Boasting stunning views, this well situated holiday apartment is located on the most accessible of the west coast islands. Relax as you explore the gently, undulating hills and catch glimpses of the wildlife and marvel at the vistas. For such a compact island, Bute offers varied landscapes from the lush, fertile and rolling hills to the craggy, heather covered moorlands and the delightful sandy beaches around the coastline. A haven for walkers, cyclists and outdoor enthusiasts, Bute has a wealth of wildlife to spot including feral goats, buzzards and roe deer. Scalpsie bay is set against the magnificent backdrop of Arran and is home to a large colony of seals. There are many historical sites to visit including standing stones at Ettrick Bay, the ancient chapel of St Blane and the vitrified Iron Age fort at Dunagoil. Visit the Victorian Gothic mansion of Mount Stuart, Bute Museum, Rothesay Castle and the fabulous gardens of Ascog Hall and Ardencraig. There are many events throughout the year including the annual jazz festival, the spectacular Highland Games, traditional agricultural shows, concerts and art festivals.

    Third Floor: The property has gas central heating and comprises:
    Lounge: With electric coal-effect fire, 28" Smart TV, DVD and sea views.
    Kitchen: With electric cooker, microwave, fridge with ice box, dishwasher and washing machine.
    Bedroom 1: With double bed.
    Bathroom: With bath and WC.

    All gas, electric, bed linen and towels included.Shared lawned garden. Parking (1 car). No smoking.

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  • Garden Cottage

    Kilchattan, Isle of Bute

    Grade
    2
    1
    2
    1
    Ref: 30406


    Situated on the scenic Isle of Bute, Garden Cottage offers a cosy holiday retreat for couples, and lies in the village of Kichattan Bay, mere yards from the shore. Explore the gentle, undulating hills and catch glimpses of the wildlife and marvel at the vistas. For such a compact island, Bute, home to a large colony of seals, offers varied landscapes from the lush, fertile and rolling hills of the island’s heart, to the craggy, heather-covered moorlands of the north and the delightful sandy beaches around the coastline. Arran has many attractions including, golf, shopping outlets, castle and much more. Visit the Victorian gothic mansion of Mount Stuart, Bute Museum, Rothesay Castle and the fabulous gardens of Ascog Hall and Ardencraig. Whatever your interest, Bute offers something for everyone. Many events throughout the year include the annual Jazz Festival, highland games, agricultural shows, concerts and art festivals. Beach 100 yards. Shop 100 yards, pub and restaurant ½ mile.

    All on ground floor: Living room/kitchen. 1 double bedroom. Shower room with toilet.

    Electric woodburner in living room included. Electric heaters, electricity, bed linen and towels included. Travel cot and high chair on request. Freeview TV. DVD. Stereo/CD. Electric cooker. Microwave. Washing machine. Fridge/freezer. Lawned garden with sitting-out area and furniture. On road parking. Welcome pack. No smoking.

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  • Esplanade Court - Staffa 2

    Oban, Argyll

    Grade
    2
    1
    1
    1
    Ref: 26960

    Ideal base for visiting the Isles

    Esplanade Court is situated in a particularly superb location overlooking Oban Bay, on the lovely west coast of Scotland. The holiday apartments have qualified for the STB 4 Star rating. They are equipped and furnished to a good standard with each one having a panoramic view over the bay and out to the isles of Kerrera, Mull and Lismore. Oban is a lively west coast town with lots going on for the visitor. It is central for touring the west coast, or take a boat trip to the above islands and Iona which leave daily. There is a lovely sandy beach at Ganavan which is 1½ miles away. There are some very good restaurants in which to eat dinner in the evening, after maybe a days climbing, walking or enjoying some of the wonderful animal and plant life which the west highlands has to offer. Elevator to all floors.

    Lift to apartment entrance: Living room. Dining room/kitchen. 1 double bedroom. Bathroom with shower over bath and toilet.

    Travel cot on request. Parking (1 car). No smoking.

    All properties: Electric heaters, electricity, bed linen and towels included. Freeview TV. DVD. High chair. Electric cooker. Microwave. Shared laundry room with coin-operated washing machine and tumble dryer. Fridge/freezer. Shared payphone. Wi-fi (in lobby). Visit Scotland 4 Star.

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  • Barcaldine Cottages - Iona Cottage

    Barcaldine, nr. Oban

    Grade
    2
    1
    2
    1
    Ref: 29133

    Enjoying a peaceful setting in the grounds of Barcaldine House, a 16th century mansion, these holiday cottages are an ideal base from which to explore this magnificient part of the west coast of Scotland. Iona Cottage (ref 29133), Tiree Cottage (ref 29578)and Staffa (ref 30835) adjoin the owner’s home, whilst Easdale Cottage (ref 29134) stands detached. Close to the village of Benderloch and the sandy beach at Tralee Bay, there are plenty of attractions to visit, including the Scottish Sea Life Sanctuary, Castle Stalker, Bonawe Iron Works and Cruachan Hollow Mountain. On the doorstep to Barcaldine House is Sutherland’s Grove, offering a superb range of forest trails for walking, and mountain biking at Sustrans cycle track, allowing miles of easy cycling for all the family, whilst enjoying magnificient views and an abundance of wildlife. The nearby harbour town of Oban offers a full range of shops, excellent restaurants, a leisure centre and cinema. From the bustling harbour, you can catch a boat to the Hebridean islands of Mull, Staffa and Iona, or from Port Appin, you can hire a bike and take the little ferry to Lismore. Glencoe and Fort William are both a short drive away, and offer excellent skiing, walking and climbing. Shop 4½ miles, pub and restaurant 3 miles.

    Ground floor: Living room with wooden floor/dining room/kitchen. Open-tread (open to one side) stairs to first floor: 1 double bedroom with wooden floor. Bathroom with shower over bath and toilet.

    Multi-fuel burner in living room (initial fuel included). Cot on request. Washer/dryer. Dishwasher. Courtyard with sitting-out area and furniture. NB: 3 steps in courtyard. No children, except babies under 6 months.

    All properties: Electric heaters, electricity, bed linen and towels included. Travel cot and high chair on request. Freesat TV. DVD. Electric cooker. Microwave. Wi-fi. Shared ⅓-acre grounds with sitting-out area and furniture. Shared barbecue. Parking (2 cars). Cycle store. No smoking.

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  • Knockdow House - Bute

    Toward, nr. Dunoon

    Grade
    2
    1
    0
    1
    Ref: SYYG

    This stunning B listed country house, dating back to 1817, was once the seat of the McGorrie Lamonts and has huge historical importance throughout the area. Fabulously restored and divided into apartments(refs SYYE, SYYF, SYYG and SYYH), Knockdow House offers a superb level of holiday accommodation and is located on a 6000-acre estate on the Cowal Peninsula. Throughout the estate there are beautiful landscaped gardens, ponds, river, fishing loch (fly fishing by prior arrangement) and woodland and coastal walks, with a diverse range of fauna and flora. Wildlife is abundant, with red squirrel, otters, roe deer and large variety of birdlife, including hen harriers, buzzards and eagles. Seals, otters and porpoises are also seen regularly throughout the area. Located on Argyll’s Secret Coast, Knockdow House is tucked away in a small corner of Argyll on the west coast of Scotland and is an area of stunning natural beauty, with hills, glens, rugged coastlines, white beaches, clear waters and ancient forests. Argyll’s Secret Coast is packed with places to visit and things to do, and sailors, walkers, cyclists and artists are all drawn to this area for its natural beauty. Explore the forests and coastline by foot, bike, kayak or boat. The whole area is steeped in Highland history and dotted with ruins, castles and ancient sites. Close by is Dunoon, which has a good selection of shops and restaurants, a cinema and swimming pool. Dunoon is of course the home of the Cowal Gathering, one of the largest and most spectacular Highland games in the world. There is a fantastic range of outdoor leisure activities in the area, including sailing, fishing, windsurfing, speed boat tours, quad biking, clay shooting and much more. Just a short drive away is Portavadie, with its marina and the ferry over to Tarbert, where visitors can explore the Kintyre Peninsula, with ferries to the islands of Islay, Juray and Arran. Beach 200 yards. Shop and pub 2 miles.

    First floor: Open-plan living room with kitchen area. Double bedroom with 6ft zip & link bed and en-suite bathroom with over-bath shower and toilet.

    • Electricity, full biomass central heating, bed linen and towels included
    • Travel cot and high chair on request
    • Freeview TV
    • DVD
    • Radio/CD
    • iPod dock
    • Microwave
    • Washer/dryer
    • Dishwasher
    • Wi-fi
    • Shared lawned garden with furniture
    • Large, shared, 500-acre, landscaped grounds with furniture
    • Shared barbecue
    • Ample parking
    • Fishing by arrangement
    • Natural water supply from spring
    • Welcome pack
    • No smoking
    • NB: Three ponds, two fishing lakes, river, sloping banks and drops in grounds

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