Holiday Cottages In Argyll And Bute To Rent
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Argyll and Bute is a paradise for recharging your batteries. This gem of Scotland is home to an impressive seven nature reserves and there are few better places for wildlife spotting. Bring your binoculars and see if you can get a glimpse of puffins, eagles or even a porpoise. If the weather isn’t in your favour, take a trip to one of the top class distilleries and maybe even taste their whiskey. After a busy day out, enjoy a cosy evening in your holiday cottage.
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Summer Wing - 15457
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Bess, Age 10 - verified booking
"I love visiting Holy Loch Manor because it is a place where I can go with my friends and family and have a great time. It is the best place for kids because there is tonnes of space for big games like capture the flag, football, rugby and cops and robbers and many more!!! Additionally in the garden there are great trees to climb and cool stone houses and bushes to hide in so you never get board! In the house there are lots of rooms to do shows, play games and have BRILLIANT pillow fights!!!!!! OUTSIDE: In the mornings we enjoy going outside to the beach and collecting shells and playing in the water. In the summer we sometimes go swimming. One of the best things is that in the evenings you can get wrapped up in hats and scarfs and go down to the beach to have a brilliant bonfire and toast lots of yummy marshmallows!!!! ROUND ABOUT: We have a great neighbourhood, everyone is lovely and is always up for a chat. Near us there is a great pier to catch fish for dinner, sometimes you even see seals!! Round about the house are lots of mountains and rural areas to go walking and exploring like Pucks Glen, Benmore Gardens and the Kilmun Arboretum. If there is ever a rainy day there are also indoor places nearby that do soft play, laser matrix and indoor climbing and the local swimming pool is cool and has a flume. Finally I think the Manor is a fantastic place to go with you and your family to have adventures and quality family time together!!"
Melissa - verified booking
"This is the second time that we have been back to Ardura cottage and our stay was as comfortable as the last. The photos do not do it justice because you have a lovely view from the kitchen and master bedroom towards the mountains and a view of the field from the living room where the deer come to graze.The cottage is well equipped and provides all the comfort and practical solutions for all weather conditions and there is a large selection of board games and puzzles for the evenings in front of the fire.The cottage is surrounded by an abundance of wildlife and coupled with the beauty of the nature it ticks all the boxes that a cottage on the Isle of Mull could offer. The location is also perfect if you wish to travel to both the west of the island to visit staffa and Iona or visit the North of the Island. Duart castle is a lovely place to spend some time and it is only 10- 15 minutes away. Amenities are thin on the ground but We knew that already and it didn't impact on our stay. There is a spar in Craignure but the one at Salen, a 25 minute drive away is better. We recommend stocking up at the Tesco in Oban before you cross. The Farm Manager, Neil and the caretakers are friendly and happy to help and give advice if you need it. We hope to come back again soon."
Emma Evans - verified booking
"We have been lucky enough to stay at this fantastic location a number of times and would heartily recommend it to other families or groups of friends. From the moment you step on the ferry to Dunoon, you can feel the relaxation beginning. And arriving at the stunning ‘big White House’ with its own private beach, the holiday feeling continues. The house has beautiful gardens which we have enjoyed everything from an Easter egg hunt in with our kids, to long family lunches. Inside the house there is a strong family feeling which, vast as it is, feels very homely. There’s plenty of space for everyone to enjoy and the views of the Holy loch you wake up to each morning are something else. When we’ve managed to drag ourselves away from tea and cooked breakfasts by the Aga, we have had a brilliant time exploring Strone and the surrounding area. Plenty of things to keep the kids entertained including woodland walks and toasting marshmallows on the beach, plus, if you don’t feel like cooking, there are many family friendly pubs nearby for lunches or early teas."
Jim - verified booking
"This is a small but well-equipped cottage, located up a quiet lane just outside the town centre of Taynuilt. It was perfect for me travelling alone, and would be fine (if a little snug) for a couple. The cottage genuinely does have a mountain view - the front window looks out directly to the Stob Dearg (Taynuilt Peak) top of Ben Cruachan (see photo). This is a bit more reliable than the weather forecast for gauging the conditions on the hills! The cottage has good heating (although I barely needed it in mid-July), a decent shower, comfortable bed, and plenty of kitchen equipment. The front room recliner armchairs are also very comfortable, although the wicker table-and-chair set is a bit small. There's an outside sitting area behind the cottage with a bench and some chairs, plus a clothes line for drying (although the cottage doesn't have a washing machine). Although there's no wi-fi, I had good 4G mobile signal so didn't need it - check with your provider, of course, but Taynuilt seems to be well covered."
Wendy - verified booking
"The cottage is lovely but has ‘teething’ issues. Doors drag badly on carpets, needs cushions on the sofas, no microwave. Small things but need attention. Also I would question if this could be classed as dog friendly, it is all decorated in white and cream, including all the floors being painted! This made them quite slippy and scratched easily with dogs claws. The track to the cottage was very muddy and full of big holes but we were assured that this was to be remediated when the building of the damn for the hydro electric power plant was complete at the end of Jan 2018. We were ok with 4x4 but take care until remediation work confirmed. It is beautiful and peaceful but needs these little issues addressing before we would return."