This stunning, detached cottage is situated on the shores of Loch Fad, in the centre of the beautiful Isle of Bute on the Firth of Clyde.
This fabulous cottage is an ideal base for a large family or group of friends who wish to celebrate a birthday, wedding or anniversary in style.
Once you step inside this magnificent property you will know that you've made the right choice of accommodation on the lovely Isle of Bute.
Set over two floors, there are six comfortable bedrooms, perfect for a good night’s sleep with many boasting their own en-suite facilities.
There is also a kitchen, a dining room with open fire, a drawing room also with an open fire and a sitting room with a woodburner, ideal for curling up in front of and discussing what adventures are still to come.
On a pleasant day, relax in the enclosed courtyard garden, or enjoy one of the wonderful walks or cycle routes that can be found on the island.
Just two miles away is the seaside town of Rothesay, where you will find castle ruins that dates back to the 13th century, or close by you may wish to explore Mount Stuart House where you can view a copy of Shakespeare’s First Folio.
A wonderful property to spend your well-deserved break.
Six bedrooms: 2 x ground floor double with en-suite bath, shower over, basin and WC, 1 x ground floor double with en-suite shower, basin and WC, 1 x double with en-suite roll-top bath, basin and WC, 1 x ground floor 4' double with en-suite shower, basin and WC, 1 x twin. Kitchen. Utility. Dining room with open fire. Drawing room with open fire. Sitting room (seats 6) with woodburner.
About the location
ROTHESAY, ISLE OF BUTE
Although its castle dates from the 13th century, the seaside town of Rothesay became very popular as a tourist destination in the Victorian era when many Glaswegians would go ‘doon the watter’ (down the River Clyde) and across on the ferry to Bute. Today there is much to do and see on this beautiful island which is very accessible by ferry crossing, either the 35 minute trip from Wemyss Bay or else the shorter 5 minute crossing to the north of the island from Colintraive. Visit the castle ruins in the centre of town, enjoy the stunning scenery with coastal walks or on one of the cycle routes around the island and visit historic Mount Stuart House to view the displayed copy of Shakespeare’s First Folio, discovered in the house in 2016, as well as its superb gardens. Why not try one of the island’s three golf courses or chill out at Scalpsie Bay and watch the seals, with stunning views across to Arran?