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Inveryne Cottage

Kilfinan, Argyll and Bute
Sleeps 4
Bedrooms 2
Bathrooms 1
Change Sat
Dogs welcome 2
3 star
Downstairs bathroom
Waterside views
Open fire / woodburner
Beach within easy reach
Family friendly
Towels included
Travel cot available
Highchair available
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At a glance

  • Secluded cottage located down a private track in open countryside
  • Stunning loch views and sunsets from the original stone-built patio
  • Cute kids' room with beds nestled into the eaves
  • Bright open-plan living space with a fabulous conservatory boasting panoramic views
  • Loch beach less than a mile away
  • Excellent restaurants and pubs within easy reach
Property code: CA183

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.

In a fabulous position overlooking Loch Fyne, this traditional Argyll croft offers a true escape from the daily grind. Ideal for couples or small families, it offers a safe and secluded location away from busy roads with wonderful walks all around. With a warming wood burner for the winter and a sunny conservatory that opens onto the garden for the warm summer months, this is a fantastic family bolthole for year-round getaways.

Inside, this charming property is a delightful blend of pine woodwork and sunny yellow walls. Despite its cosy size, it is light and airy throughout with plenty of windows to make the most of those spectacular views.

A porch welcomes you into this cottage and provides a useful space to hang coats and store muddy boots after a long walk. Rustle up delicious meals in the galley kitchen, which is fitted with pine units, marble worktops and pine floorboards that continue throughout the property. Once prepared, enjoy meals at the good-sized table in the lounge/diner, before hunkering down in the lounge area beyond. Here, invitingly plump sofas surround a wood burner, creating the perfect space to curl up with a good book from the shelf or unwind in front of the TV. In the afternoons, there's no better place to relax than in the sunny conservatory, which affords panoramic views of the water and mountains beyond.

Upstairs, the inviting bedrooms are located in the eaves of this cottage, with Velux windows that provide light and views.

Outside, a large walled terrace with garden furniture looks out over rolling countryside to the water below; the perfect spot for enjoying an al fresco meal.

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.

  • 2 bedrooms - 1 double, 1 twin plus 2 single sofa beds available on request
  • Bathroom with a shower over the bath and WC
  • Double electric oven with gas hob, dishwasher, fridge, freezer, microwave and washer/dryer
  • TV/DVD in the living room and radio/CD player
  • Wi-Fi included
  • Wood burner with logs included
  • Telephone with an honesty box
  • Private water supply
  • Garden with patio and furniture
  • Unlimited parking on driveway
  • 2 dogs welcome

Located on the western coast of the beautiful Cowal Peninsula, this cottage enjoys a peacefully private position on the banks of Loch Fyne. Set out on foot to discover the nearby secluded beaches, which include Kilbride (7 miles), or discover the local woodland. Catch the ferry from Portavadie (6 miles) to Tarbert to visit the remains of its Royal Castle, with a quick pit stop at Whisky West Coast before you head home. Spanning some 40 miles, Loch Fyne is Scotland’s longest sea loch and offers a range of activities for adventurous souls. From cycling to sailing, walking to kayaking and fishing to golfing, this area offers something for all ages and abilities.

For a meal out, the nearby hotel (3 miles) offers up tempting plates of local produce with a cosy atmosphere guaranteed, the perfect way to refuel after an energic and action-packed day. At Portavadie Marina (6 miles) you will find a restaurant and bar, shop for basic provisions and wellbeing spa for indulgent afternoons, while more amenities can be found a little further afield in Kames (5.5 miles) and Tighnabruaich (6.5 miles).

This property is personally managed by Carol.


From guests that have stayed at the property.

Based on 13 guest ratings

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Reviewed by Susan 5th October 2019

Glorious views, remote, comfortable. Sheep, partridges, pheasants, rabbits, buzzards and deer are the only company!

Reviewed by Mrs Mcgrath March 2019

This is a very nice cottage in a really quiet part of the world. The views from the conservatory over Loch Fyne and surrounding countryside is breathtaking. We really appreciated the wood burning stove and the huge enclosed garden was perfect for our dog. The only down side is the downstairs bathroom, which might be an issue for some .

Reviewed by Mrs Trowbridge February 2019

Lovely cottage in a stunning location. Great walks all around. Only company we saw were the sheep. Dog loved the secure garden & barking at the sheep.

Reviewed by Mrs Drieschner November 2018

It was perfekt!! The view is fantastic and we really enjoyed the seclusion there. The starry sky at night was breathtaking. Perfect for people with a dog because the garden is completely fenced. The house is very well equipped. The only thing we missed then was a warm blanket for the couch. We were so excited that we booked the house for next year Read moredirectly again Hide

Reviewed by Mrs Watson October 2018

Inveryne cottage sits high above Loch Fyne with views across to the Mull of Kintyre (on days it's not raining!). Though once almost derelict, it is now a snug, tastefully decorated home-from-home with everything you might need for a most relaxing stay. With gentle walks from the front door and trips to various beaches (Kilbride at the very bottom oRead moref this peninsula has spectacular views over Arran to the south) and woodland walks, it is easy to while away the time. There are plenty of good restaurants in the vicinity, from the famous Oystercatcher back towards Otter Ferry to Botanica in Tighnabruach (though sadly they had to take delayed delivery of a new oven on the day we planned to go) and we can also recommend the Shinty Bar in the Royal Hotel, Tighnabruach, who have a new chef providing some really excellent pub food. We were very unlucky with the weather - wall-to-wall rain apart from a spectacularly warm and sunny Wednesday - but still enjoyed ourselves. The peninsula as a whole does not get great internet, but we knew that before we started. Hide

Reviewed by Ms Cross September 2018

It's so good to find a cottage with a bit if character. Inveryne Cottage has everything you need and is extremely comfortable to stay in. It is probably the first time we have stayed in a cottage with a genuinely secure garden - so the dog enjoyed himself as well!

Reviewed by Mrs Jepson September 2018

The cottage had a cosy feel, with stunning views from the garden the conservatory and the bedrooms. Most things were provided to be able to self cater. You need to buy all your food beforehand due the secluded location. There are a couple of small shops about two and a half miles away but they have limited supplies and are more expensive than the sRead moreupermarkets. There are some good restaurants within a short drive from the cottage the oystercatcher was amazing fabulous food and a warm friendly welcome from the staff. Our biggest disappointment was that the cottage is advertised as having a tennis court which attracted us to book however the tennis court is almost nonexistent there is a rusted metal frame around an area overgrown grass and moss through some old tarmac, there is no net and sheep use the area for grazing. Otherwise everything was as described. Hide

Reviewed by Mr Roberts August 2018

Myself and my wife love the outdoors and the two dogs are pretty keen on it too and the location allowed this with great access to any of Argyll in addition to the multiple ways you can walk around the estate fields with access to two bays. The cottage location is excellent with fantastic views across Loch Fyne that can been viewed from the cottageRead more sun room for sunset. When in we spent most of our time in the sun room. The cottage it's self is very well equipped and is ideal for a small family or a couple. The cottage is completely dog friendly with hard floors throughout the downstairs. One thing that would have been useful especially in the winter months would be an external tap and hose to wash the dogs and boots down. There are a few lovely places to eat only a short drive away. The Oystercatcher was our favourite which was fantastic for seafood and it had great views across the Loch. They also have a great selection of Scottish gins. Highly recommended. Hide

Reviewed by Ms Thomson July 2018

Fantastic little cottage to stay in. Away from the usual hustle and bustle with quiet country roads. Plenty of walks and beaches to explore

Reviewed by Mrs Trueman June 2018

Our third visit here. Nice to see new windows since our last visit. Clean, tidy and homely especially as we have 2 dogs.Gorgeous weather once more.

Reviewed by Miss Mcquarrie April 2018

Our third visit to Inveryne and I'd forgotten how amazing the cottage is and what brilliant views it has. We will definitely be back again.

Reviewed by Mrs Smart February 2018

A little piece of Heaven . We didn't want to leave! Would recommend this cottage to anyone who wants to truly get away from it all, peaceful, quiet and absolutely stunning surroundings. The red cottage on the hill was spotless, warm and has everything you need. Can't wait to go back! Big thanks to Gillian for the biscuits too ! Truly food for the sRead moreoul x Hide

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