A spacious three-bedroom holiday cottage enjoying a waterside location, ideal for families seeking an active holiday exploring the Scottish coastline and countryside.
This traditional cottage on an idyllic, secluded shoreline in Argyll is a treasure to be found. This recently renovated self-catering holiday cottage sits on Castleton Estate, but has its own garden and offers guests complete privacy. The cottage is just a few steps from the sea and you can sit on the patio and watch the gentle tides change and spot seals or, if you’re feeling adventurous paddle across to one of the neighbouring islands.
Inside this grey stone cottage is a lovely open-plan living/kitchen/dining area with large French doors that open out onto the patio. It is furnished beautifully with colour, quirky artwork and a plethora of cosy blankets for you to snuggle under. The living room has a sweet wood burner to keep the room toasty, a big corner sofa and a TV for entertainment. The kitchen is homely and inviting, with wooden cabinets and a large wooden dining table that looks out over the view. There is a breakfast bar for enjoying more casual meals and a dishwasher to help with the washing up. One of the three bedrooms is downstairs just off the kitchen. This lovely double bedroom has an en-suite shower room.
On the first floor are the other two beautifully furnished bedrooms, one twin and one super-king. There is one bathroom between the two rooms that has a shower over the bath, the perfect place to relax after a day of exploring.
The private garden is a truly magical place to relax, with waterside views and a variety of wildlife to watch. For wildlife enthusiasts expect to see red squirrels, roe deer, seals, perhaps an otter or pine marten, a profusion of small and large birds, siskins, goldfinches, blue tits, herons, pheasants, red-legged partridge, buzzards, oystercatchers maybe even the greater spotted woodpecker or an osprey or sea eagle flying overhead.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.