Ardfyne on Loch Fyne
House | 4 bedrooms | sleeps 10
Some availability left in August due to cancellation. Ardfyne is a large, luxury 4 bedroom/4 bathroom detached property, just opened to the rental market in the late summer of 2013. See www. lochfyneselfcatering.co .uk for more details and pictures.
In a tranquil setting, this large property, over 2600 sq ft, with additional covered deck areas of over 300 square feet, sits in over 1/2 acre of landscaped, enclosed garden with stunning views over Loch Fyne and surrounding mountains. Just above the village of Strachur the house is within easy walking distance of the local shop, restaurant, pub, pontoon (boat mooring available from Spring 2014) and stony beach. This home is in a perfect location for touring Argyll and the western Highlands.
Ardfyne is a spacious, light -filled property and is tastefully decorated and furnished in a contemporary style. The landscaped garden surrounds the home on all sides and is filled with flowering shrubs, bulbs and trees. Deer, red squirrels, pheasants and a great variety of bird-life can be seen from the house.
On the ground floor there is a spacious hallway and a very large, new fully fitted, well equipped, modern, cream kitchen (15 by 12 feet) with view over the back garden. Everything that you need for a self-catering holiday! Including an American style fridge freezer with huge storage capacity. Off the kitchen is a useful utility room with washing machine and sink. Wheelchair access ramp.
On the ground floor there is a large public room with beautiful views over the garden and loch. The dining room/ conservatory with huge oak table and leather seating comfortably seats 8 and gives superb views over the garden, loch and 2 patio areas.
The younger guest is catered for as well with the provision of a downstairs games room with pool table, play area, lots of toys and teddies.
There is also a double bedroom with dual aspect windows and fitted wardrobe. A spacious public bathroom is also on this floor.
A huge deck area runs along the front of the house, ideal for catching the afternoon and late evening sun, even when it rains.
On the upper floor there is a stunning, open-plan viewing/seating area with patio doors on to a viewing deck. Double height with exposed wooden beams, patio doors. Watch spectacular sunsets over the bay and surrounding hills and mountains. Glass balconies (both internal and external) give uninterrupted views over Loch Fyne and Baycroft Bay Moorings in the bay below.
Upstairs there are 3 huge double bedrooms, all with en-suites and built in wardrobes.
Bedroom 1 - a beautiful double window aspect room with views across and down the loch.
Bedroom 2 - another beautiful double window aspect room with views over the garden, hills and up the loch.
Bedroom 3 - has a feature window over the rear garden and open hillside and woodland behind the house.
Tiled en-suite with shower.
The games room can be used as a double bedroom with comfortable sofa bed.
A sofa chair in the twin upstairs bedroom can sleep an extra child.
Ardfyne can accommodate up to 10 adults and one child.
The garden is a wonderful area to relax in and enjoy the views. There are many mature trees and spectacular displays of flowering shrubs and bulbs. There are 2 large lawn areas and many stone chip paths to wander along from one area to the other. A small stream also wanders down along one side of the garden. There are 2 patio areas to catch the early morning and evening sun.
A few minutes walk takes you down to a pebbled shore with a new public pontoon and ramp from where you can look out over the bay with its moored yachts.
Further details indoors:
The property has central heating.
All heating and electricity included in the rental.
HD 42 inch T.V. available in the lounge.
Further details outdoors:
There are 2 patio areas, one catching the morning sun, the other the evening sun.
Picnic table provided.
Parking for 4 + cars.
Ardfyne is superb for children. Games room with pool table as well as lots of areas to play outdoors. A short walk takes you down to the pontoon from where you can fish or catch crabs and see starfish.
A mooring for a boat is available from Spring 2014.
|Size||Sleeps up to 10, 4 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||Strachur Bay 1 km|
|Will consider||House swap, Long term lets (over 1 month), Short breaks (1-4 days)|
|Access||Car advised, Wheelchair users|
|Nearest Amenities||1 km|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Glasgow airport, Nearest railway: Arrochar|
|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
|Luxuries||Internet access, DVD player, Sea view|
|General||Central heating, TV, CD player, Pool or snooker table, Games room, Wi-Fi available|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||4 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms and 3 En suites|
|Furniture||1 Sofa beds, Single beds (2), Double beds (3), Cots (1), Dining seats for 8, Lounge seats for 9|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided, High chair|
|Outdoors||Balcony or terrace, Private garden, BBQ|
|Access||Parking, Wheelchair users|
The Central Scotland/Strathclyde region
Argyll in the west Highlands is one of the most spectacular parts of Scotland with beautiful scenery, mountains, lochs and wildlife. The house is perfect as a base to explore the varied Argyll coast with its sandy beaches, interesting, historical villages and wonderful wildlife. This is a wonderful area for hill walking, bird watching, fishing and touring.
Loch Fyne is the 3rd largest sea-loch in Scotland with marine wildlife cruises, diving charters and fishing charters.
Dunoon is the prinipal town with excellent ferry links to the mainland.
Oban, "the Gateway to the Isles, is an hour's drive away and has sailings to many of the Hebridean islands. Oban is a busy fishing port and ferry terminal with an 18 hole golf course, cinema and a great variety of shops and restaurants.
Travel north to Fort William and visit the Nevis Range ski resort with its cable car access to the mountain.
The stunning area of Loch Lomond and National Park is just a half hour drive away.
One of the most spectacular drives is to the yachting town of Tignabruiach via the Kyles of Bute or visit Inverary with its famous castle.
The city of Glasgow can be reached in an hour and a half and offers all the attractions of a modern, vibrant city.
The village of Strachur is a world away from the stress and bustle. It is an historically interesting village with Strachur Parish Church and Strachur House , dating back to the 18th century.The village has a shop/tearoom, the Clachan pub, a garage/shop, a museum and the Creggans Inn with great bar and restaurant. Loch Fyne is renowned for its seafood. Two miles away is Invercottage seafood restaurant and twenty minutes drive will take you to the original Loch Fyne oyster bar.
Activities near Strachur
Sports Great for
watersports walking holidays
horse riding rural/ countryside pursuits
golf within 30 minutes stony beach
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31 Mar 2014
"Big House- Lovely Views"
Friendly welcomeClean housePlenty of space for the kids to play and run aroundBig Dining table so we could all eat round it. (8 adults & 5 kids)… More
Great to hear that you all had a great time at Ardfyne and that the kids loved the games room and space that the house and garden has to offer.
29 Mar 2014
Took our Mother and Uncle who are both disabled for a short break. Although both managed with assistance to use bedrooms up stairs hand rail on both sides of stairs would have been beneficial. … More
24 Feb 2014
"Superb Holiday Home"
We booked a long weekend at the house located a short distance from the shore of Loch Fyne. On arrival we were greeted by friendly owners and shown the property which is in a perfect location with stunning views of the loch and surrounding hills. The property inside was large and very modern with everything needed to enjoy our holiday. The first floor balcony was our personal favourite for views of the surrounding areas.
Delighted to hear that you had a great weekend and enjoyed a relaxing break. Many thanks for your very positive feedback.
Our favourite is also the balcony - great for views in all weathers.
9 Jan 2014
"Beautiful house with stunning views over Loch Fyne"
My family and I stayed in Ardfyne over the New Year period. We had a lovely holiday with plenty of space for all of us. We had two 14 year old boys with us who enjoyed sitting in the gallery area w… More
Great to hear that you all loved Ardfyne and that the New Year weather allowed you to explore the area.I hope that you managed to sample the scones and cakes in the Baycroft tearoom just 5 minutes walk from the house.
Would love to welcome you and your family back this year. Look forward to that.
22 Oct 2013
"House to be proud of"
Had a great time at Ardfyne, was good entertainment for all, age ranging from 16-79yrs.
Lovely gardens and amazing views, only a 10min walk to local shop walking along the Loch.
Even in the rain you could stand out on the covered decking area.
Spent many a night round the large dining table playing cards.
Easy acces to Dunoon & Inveraray.
Would definately recommend.
Delighted to hear that you had a great time at Ardfyne even though the weather was a bit mixed. The deck areas do allow you to sit out and enjoy the ever-changing views. Also good to hear that the large oak dining room table was enjoyed by everyone in the evening. Hopefully see you all next year.
16 Oct 2013
We all thoroughly enjoyed our stay here and will be back hopefully next year. The scenery is amazing and not too far from Glasgow. Good walks nearby.… More
Great to hear that you thoroughly enjoyed your stay. Looking forward to welcoming you again next year.
7 Oct 2013
"A great house in a great setting."
Grandparents, parents and 3 young children all had a fantastic holiday. The house was very comfortable with lots of room for the children to play and relaxing space for the adults. We loved eating in the dining room with its scenic views and also the landing room and balcony - it was a joy to watch the ever changing weather patterns especially with a glass of wine in the evening! The children enjoyed the garden and the walks to the jetty for exploring.the loch shore and deer watching in the evening. We were all able to explore the are - running, walking, sightseeing - a very beautiful area.
Great to hear that you enjoyed all the space that Ardfyne has to offer. The house certainly has spectacular views of Loch Fyne. Being new to the rental market this summer it is very satisfying to be getting really positive reviews. Many thanks.
28 Aug 2013
"luxurious and relaxing"
the property was absolutely beautiful furnished to a very high standard.The views were breathtaking and the village lovely.We had all age ranges of children and they all loved it.
Delighted to hear that you and your family really enjoyed Ardfyne. You were our first guests at the house as it was just new to the rental market. Thank you once again for leaving the house so beautifully clean and tidy.
Would be wonderful to have you and your lovely family visit again. You could then go and explore the large number of islands lying off the west coast. I know that you were interested in seeing more of the stunning west coast scenery.
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