100% refund if cancelled at least 30 days before arrival date. 50% refund if cancelled at least 14 days before arrival date.
Damage and incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property that is caused by you or your party during your stay.
Max guests: 4
Lovely Loch Fyne Spot
My wife and I really enjoyed our stay at Dunmore's Ross Cottage. It was beautifully appointed, well equipped, roomy and very comfortable. The setting for the cottage was gorgeous. It was so relaxing to sit in the lounge after a day of exploring and enjoy the outdoor greenery in front of a crackling fire. The cottage was relatively close to two ferry terminals which enabled us to visit the islands of Islay and Arran. We really enjoyed a memorable meal at the Kilberry Inn down the road, thanks to Amanda's suggestion. The very friendly Amanda was there shortly after our arrival to show us around, answer our questions and make suggestions. She took special care to assist my wife who was having a painful health issue. A big thanks to you Amanda! Our only quibble is it would have been helpful to have known that the cottage was located a 6 mile drive along a single track lane. Its isolation, while pleasant once there, was a bit of an adventure to negotiate the lane's many dips and twisting blind turns. Otherwise, we highly recommend a stay at Ross Cottage.
Peace and quiet.
Superbly appointed cottage everything you need for a short break has been thought of and then some. Amanda the property manager was so helpful and made us feel very welcome. If you want a break from city life then this is the place to come to the scenery is spectacular and the location stunning.
Tip take midge repellent with you as the song says with teeth like piranhas they'll drive you bananas only if you let them!! Apart from that I would highly recommend this property.
Hello John, thank you for your kind review and we will certainly organise some midge repellent for the cottages. We're glad you enjoyed your break and we hope that we may be able to welcome you back to Dunmore Castle & Cottages at some point in the future. Kind regards
We (me, my husband, and my in-laws) had a great time staying n Ross Cottage. It has been refurbished tastefully and offers all the home comforts (which was wonderful given that me and my husband had run the Kintyre Way Ultra on the Saturday that we arrived!) The setting is gorgeous and you get a good view of the Islay ferry as it goes up and down West Loch Tarbert. The location is good (it doesn’t take long to drive from Tarbert) so it’s great for exploring Kintyre or heading north into mid-Argyll. We had a fabulous week and didn’t want to leave!
The cottage really was fabulous with everything you could wish for. It was furnished to a very high standard with high quality lovely furnishings. The view from the kitchen window was lovely and it was so peaceful. There was plenty of space for our 4 year old daughter to run around and explore and you can walk to the Lochside from the house provided you’re prepared for no pathways which was all part of the fun !! The house is about 8 miles from Tarbert where there are some lovely seafood restaurants. Would definitely highly recommend.
Dunmore Cottages are situated along the B8024, eight miles from the fishing village of Tarbert, Loch Fyne. Head South out of Tarbert on the A83 for one mile then take the right turn, sign posted Kilberry B8024, at the golf course turn left, signed Kilberry B8024 and continue along this road, past Torinturk, after approx. 2 miles you will come around a sharp bend to the right and you will see a sign Dunmore Cottages on the right, please turn in here. After the grey gate you will see Campbell Cottage on your right then an alley way, if you walk down here Ross Cottage is across the Courtyard to the right.
The nearest petrol station is at Lochgilphead, about 20 miles before you get to Tarbert, or twenty minutes South of Tarbert at the village of Clachan. PLEASE NOTE TARBERT DOES NOT HAVE A PETROL STATION.
Ross Cottage, Dunmore Cottages, Tarbert, Argyll, PA29 6XZ. Scotland