Dunoon 4 miles.
A delightful first floor apartment, part of a traditional sandstone villa, ideally located 4 miles from the town of Dunoon on Scotland's dramatic west coast.
This Dunoon cottage is ideal for families looking for a comfortable base from which to explore the stunning scenery of the Cowal Peninsula.
Boasting lovely views over the Firth of Clyde, this Dunoon cottage has three bedrooms including a double, a twin and a bunk room which is suitable for adults and children alike.
A well-equipped, fitted kitchen and spacious sitting room ensure a relaxing stay in your Dunoon holiday accommodation.
Outside, a large, sloping lawned garden sits to the side of this Dunoon cottage, with a decked area and seating, allowing you to sit out and enjoy the wonderful open views.
For the more energetic there is even a trampoline to enjoy!
The attractive town of Dunoon is only a few miles north of your Scotland holiday home and is the largest town on the peninsula, ideal for shopping and dining.
The Cowal Peninsula offers not only some of the best sailing in the world but truly breathtaking scenery, accessible either on foot or by car.
With Glasgow less than two hours away by car, making a great choice for a day trip, the whole family will enjoy this charming Dunoon cottage.
All first floor. Three bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x twin, 1 x adult bunks. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Fitted kitchen with dining area. Sitting room.
About the location
Glasgow 36 miles.
The traditional resort town of Dunoon sits on the Cowal Peninsula in Argyll on the west coast of Scotland. Accessible by both land and sea, the trip to Dunoon can either be a ferry crossing over the Firth of Clyde, considered to be one of the best sailing areas in the world, or by a drive through spectacular scenery of dramatic mountains and lochs, each more breathtaking than the last. The area boasts a full calendar of events from food and music festivals to sailing regattas and a Highland Gathering reputed to be the largest and most spectacular in the world. Dunoon itself boasts many bars, coffee shops and restaurants offering local seafood as well as a high street of mainly independent shops offering a refreshingly different shopping experience. Benmore Botanic Garden is well worth a visit with its walled garden, imposing Giant Sequoia trees and hillside walks affording views over Holy Loch, renowned for its shipbuilding tradition and which, for many years, was a US Navy submarine base. With excellent walking, sailing and scenery to be enjoyed, and Glasgow just an hour and a half’s drive away, there is something to delight everyone in this truly beautiful part of Scotland.