IN AN ELEVATED POSITION OVERLOOKING THE BEAUTIFUL KYLES OF BUTE. The cottage has many of its original features and each room is beautifully presented with unique charm and character. The cottage is a short stroll from the village and the area boasts many restaurants where you can enjoy the catch of the day . Sailing is a particularly popular sport on the sheltered waters of the Kyles of Bute and there is a local 9-hole golf course. Visitors can enjoy wonderful scenic walks cycle the famous Cowal Way or try river and loch fishing. Day trips to Inveraray Dunoon and the Isle of Bute are popular and make for a good day out. The nearby marina at Portavadie boasts a fine restaurant overlooking the yachts and a short ferry crossing from here leads to Tarbert which is a pretty fishing village on the Mull of Kintrye and a magnet for tourists and yachties . After taking advantage of the activities available in the area relax under the large oak tree in the garden reflected in the property name An Darrach meaning by the oak tree. The accommodation offers: TWO bedrooms: 1 double bedroom and 1 room with (4 ) double and single bed. Bathroom: with separate shower unit. Lounge: with open fire TV. Kitchen/dining area: with wood burning stove fridge dishwasher washer/dryer and utility room Conservatory: charming room overlooking the bay. Outside: pretty garden with patio furniture to fully enjoy the outstanding views with BBQ. Amenities: off-road parking available for 2 cars. Bed linen towels electric and initial supply of solid fuel included Wi-Fi included. Regret no smoking. Regret no pets. Additional Info: Arrival 4pm.
Dunoon (24mls E), Argyll and Bute
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