Cottage | 3 bedrooms | sleeps 8
This newly built detached house is exceptional inside and out with oak finishes throughout and some stunning forward facing views to the sea and mountains of North Arran in the distance. Light, airy and spacious throughout, Sky View comes complete with stylish open plan kitchen/diner with solid oak counters, ideal for catering for up to 8 people. The lounge has deep leather sofas and remotely controlled gas fire, a cosy setting with some amazing views to boot. All three bedrooms are located upstairs and are complete with en suites, each one spacious and stylish. A patio area attached to Sky View has a BBQ and outdoor furniture for a perfect summer's day and there is 10 acres of farmland surrounding the property making it ideal for walks with younger children. With all this and plenty more, Sky View really is the height of luxury in a perfect setting.
|Size||Sleeps up to 8, 3 bedrooms|
|Will consider||Short breaks (1-4 days)|
|Access||Car not necessary|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility|
|Notes||Pets welcome, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Rooms||3 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms of which 4 Family bathrooms|
|Further details indoors|
Bedroom 1: With king size oak bed, TV and solid oak furniture with 'his and hers' built in wardrobes and view out to sea and en-suite facilities with under floor heating with bath, shower cubicle, WC and wash basin. Bedroom 2: With king size bed, TV and solid oak furniture with view out to sea with en-suite facilities with under floor heating, shower cubicle, WC and wash basin. Bedroom 3: With two single oak beds, each with pull out single beds underneath (for + 2) and TV, DVD, solid oak furniture with countryside views and en-suite facilities with under floor heating, shower cubicle, WC and wash basin. Balcony: Landing at the top of the stairs with glass railing with seating giving stunning outlook to the sea and the Isle of Bute.
Property has gas central heating and comprises: Lounge: With remote controlled gas fire, free view TV, DVD and radio/CD with stunning view to the sea. Dining Area: Open plan to kitchen with stunning view to the sea with solid oak table and chairs Kitchen: With electric oven and gas hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, TV and breakfast bar with 3 high stools Utility Room: With washing machine and tumble dryer with good additional storage and drying area for outdoor gear. Shower Room: With shower cubicle, WC and wash basin. Sun Lounge: With leather suite and stunning view out to the sea.
All fuel, power, bed linen and towels included. Cot and high chair available. Wi-Fi internet access available.
The Central Scotland/Strathclyde region
This region has a contrasting landscape of lochs, mountains, forests and coastline and it's therefore no coincidence that it's one of the most popular holiday destinations in Scotland. Its popularity is easy to understand when you consider the mouth watering attractions within its boundaries; which include the beautiful Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park in the west and the wonderful forests, mountains and rivers which are characteristic of Tayside and Perthshire to the east. The city of Stirling can also be found in this area, with its rich historical significance in Scottish history and connections to William Wallace and Robert the Bruce. The beautiful and unique coastlines here, both on the west coast and east coast, are ideal holiday destinations. Stretching in the west from Oban in the north down to Strathclyde and the Ayr coast, and in the east the coast extends from Dundee and Angus south the along the Fife coast to Edinburgh.
Isle of Bute
The surrounding area of Argyll has an endless amount to explore including fishing, on sites like Loch Awe with its brown trout and pike or salmon on the River Orchey. It is also home to the Bein Cruachan mountain range. At over 3000ft, the range features several peaks including the ‘The Hollow Mountain' which describes the power station built within the mountain itself. With a cavern the size of the Tower of London used to house a massive power station gathering hydro electricity a kilometre under the ground! The site is open to visitors almost all year round and truly is a one off experience. There is also an abundance of historical sites within the area such as the ruins of Kilchurn Castle and Conan's Kirk all with their own story of the area to tell.