|Minimum Stay||3 nights|
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Kevington Cottage - Traditional, detached, stone-built cottage on the beautiful Cowal peninsula. Holy LochA perfect retreat for a cosy getaway, this one-bedroom cottage is full of character, nestling in a secluded garden backing onto woodland – yet just a short distance from the ferry at Hunter’s Quay, as well as the shops, restaurants and amenities in the seaside town of Dunoon. Dunoon is the gateway to the Loch Lomond & Trossachs National Park and the surrounding scenery is truly breathtaking, with superb walking and water sports on the doorstep. Summertime at the cottage sees guests enjoying the large sunny conservatory which overlooks the garden - and in winter you have the perfect excuse for just snuggling up in front of the open fire in the lounge.
Property is no smoking and sorry we do not accept any pets
We had a wonderful stay at this cottage. It is very clean and comfortable. We appreciated the welcome basket and the extras that were included. There is an amazing sunroom to relax in after touring the area of Dunoon. I would highly recommend staying here. Great location to tour the area.
We stayed in this lovely place during our wedding. We are both from Chicago but I spent time here when I was young and my family is still here. The cottage is very clean, well maintained and the owner is beyond helpful. The location is pretty close to everything and you can walk to local shops (although we drove around most of the time). We were there in April so the weather wasn't great but still saw lots of wildlife in the garden!!!! We plan on staying here again this year. Very highly recommended.
Note: the location is tucked away so pay attention to the directions given... ;o)
Special interest holidays:
Benmore Botanic Gardens
The Castle Museum
The Cowal Way (47 miles of stunning scenery)
The Cowal Highland Gathering
Dunoon lies just over the water (the Firth of Clyde) from Glasgow, on the Cowal Peninsula, an area of unspoiled mountains, lochs, forests and beaches. There’s so much to see and do that you’ll be spoilt for choice if you only have a week or two to explore.
Hunter’s Quay lies just outside Dunoon and is only a few minutes’ drive, or bus ride, to the town centre where you’ll find a great range of shops, restaurants, pubs, supermarkets, leisure centre, museum and cinema. Western Ferries provide regular crossings from McInroy's Point, Gourock across to Hunter's Quay and from there a two minute journey to the cottage..
There a number of restaurants, shops, banks, coffee shops to enjoy.
|Rental Period||Minimum Price||Additional Nights||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly||Event Price|
Late summer/Autumn 2016
4 Sep 2016 - 17 Dec 2016
3 night minimum stay
for 3 nights
|Fees||No additional mandatory fees|
Please contact owner at least week before arrival to finalise arrival time. Arrival from 3.30pm and departures by 10.00am
Arrival and departure days Saturday but
please contact owner.