Couples and small families looking for a real retreat will love this perfectly renovated two-bedroom croft set in an enclosed garden with fantastic countryside views over Loch Fyne.
Offering a remarkable view of Loch Fyne on the horizon and, in the spring, the delicate sound of sheep bleating around you, this home is the perfect secluded spot for your entire family – including the dogs! Comfortably sleeping two adults and two children, with the optional extra of two more on the sofa bed, the home is ideally suited to a small family. No family holiday would be complete without your two prized pooches, and the endless countryside walks around you will no doubt set tails wagging from start to finish.
This converted croft is cheery throughout, with a bright yellow interior creating a welcoming and exciting place to call home. Stop in the porch to wipe off muddy paws and hang up wet coats, before settling into the lounge whilst your pooch curls up in front of a warming open fire. The open-plan dining room and galley kitchen will help your dogs happily round up their beloved pack. In the summer months, unwind in the wood-panelled conservatory, letting the sun pour in and enjoying far-reaching waterside views whilst Fido and Rover watch out for red squirrels. Summer evenings can also be enjoyed alfresco, and a large enclosed garden is ideal for exercising dogs and letting children play.
Sniff out some adventure here in Argyll, letting your mischievous mutts take the lead on these Scottish adventures. Many travel to the area to embark on the Cowal Way walking route, with over 50 miles of varied scenic landscape, beginning just 7 miles away at the village of Portavadie. Leave no stick unfetched on this woodland and waterside walk. The port village is also a great spot for dining, and well-behaved dogs are welcome in the popular restaurant and bar at the Marina.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.
Please note there is a refundable £100 security deposit for this property payable closer to the start of your holiday.