Holiday House Details
Inveryne Cottage
(26 reviews)
From £365 per week
Sleeps 4
2 bedrooms
1 double, 1 twin

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Weekly Rates

From DateTo DateWeekly RateDeposit
Sat 07 Sep 2019Fri 20 Sep 2019£515£155
Sat 21 Sep 2019Fri 04 Oct 2019£455£140
Sat 05 Oct 2019Fri 25 Oct 2019£455£140
Sat 26 Oct 2019Fri 08 Nov 2019£365£110
Sat 09 Nov 2019Fri 20 Dec 2019£365£110
Sat 21 Dec 2019Fri 27 Dec 2019£600£180
Sat 28 Dec 2019Fri 03 Jan 2020£650£195
Sat 04 Jan 2020Fri 07 Feb 2020£365£110
Sat 08 Feb 2020Fri 03 Apr 2020£365£110
Sat 04 Apr 2020Fri 24 Apr 2020£455£140
Sat 25 Apr 2020Fri 22 May 2020£455£140
Sat 23 May 2020Fri 29 May 2020£515£155
Sat 30 May 2020Fri 19 Jun 2020£515£155
Sat 20 Jun 2020Fri 04 Sep 2020£595£180
Sat 05 Sep 2020Fri 25 Sep 2020£515£155
Sat 26 Sep 2020Fri 02 Oct 2020£455£140
Sat 03 Oct 2020Fri 23 Oct 2020£455£140
Sat 24 Oct 2020Fri 06 Nov 2020£365£110
Sat 07 Nov 2020Sun 20 Dec 2020£365£110
Mon 21 Dec 2020Sun 27 Dec 2020£600£180
Mon 28 Dec 2020Sun 03 Jan 2021£650£195
Mon 04 Jan 2021Fri 05 Feb 2021£365£110
Sat 06 Feb 2021Fri 19 Mar 2021£365£110
Sat 20 Mar 2021Fri 16 Apr 2021£455£140
Sat 17 Apr 2021Fri 28 May 2021£455£140
Sat 29 May 2021Fri 04 Jun 2021£515£155
Sat 05 Jun 2021Fri 18 Jun 2021£515£155
Sat 19 Jun 2021Fri 10 Sep 2021£595£180
Sat 11 Sep 2021Fri 24 Sep 2021£515£155
Sat 25 Sep 2021Fri 01 Oct 2021£455£140
Sat 02 Oct 2021Fri 22 Oct 2021£455£140
Sat 23 Oct 2021Fri 05 Nov 2021£365£110
Sat 06 Nov 2021Mon 20 Dec 2021£365£110
Tue 21 Dec 2021Mon 27 Dec 2021£600£180
Tue 28 Dec 2021Mon 03 Jan 2022£650£195


Inveryne Cottage enjoys a fabulous position overlooking Loch Fyne on the western coast of the beautiful Cowal Peninsula. Peacefully positioned down a private track, far removed from bustling streets and busy roads, this delightful Scottish holiday cottage is ideal for couples or small families seeking a relaxed self-catering holiday.

Once a traditional Argyll croft, Inveryne Cottage has been carefully converted to provide a well-equipped holiday home yet still retains its original character with deep coombed ceilings and traditional dormer windows. The twin bedroom is ideally suited and fun for children with cabin-style beds tucked under the coombs and there is an additional sofa bed in the sitting room (by arrangement).

The spacious open plan living room is comfortably furnished and the wood burning stove is a magnet for cosy evenings. The spacious wood-lined conservatory, with its large sofa and wicker chairs, perfectly frames the panoramic views and glorious sunsets across Loch Fyne to the mountains and glens beyond. From here you can comfortably relax through all seasons and marvel at the fabulous scenery and ever-changing colour.

Also available: Acharossan (sleeps 9 + 2), Lilybank Cottage (sleeps 6) and Craigard Cottage (sleeps 5).



Ground floor:

Porch with coat hanging; open plan sitting/dining room (with wood burning stove); large conservatory with stunning views; galley kitchen; bathroom (bath, over bath shower, WC & WHB).

First floor:

Double bedroom; small twin bedroom (cabin-style beds built under coomb ceiling) both with views over Loch Fyne
2 single sofa beds available by arrangement.


Enclosed grounds with large paved terrace at front surrounded by a dry-stone wall and garden furniture

Please note:

  • Private water supply
  • Telephone with honesty box.


  • The Kilfinan Hotel (2 miles)
  • Portavadie Marina (6 miles) - restaurant & bar, shop with general provisions & gifts, chandlery, well-being & spa salon
  • Kames (7 miles) - Post Office, well stocked grocery shop, hotel with restaurant
  • Tighnabruaich (9 miles) - Spar, Post Office, Dr’s surgery, petrol, bank, plus a various shops, cafes, pubs and hotels
  • Dunoon (28 miles) - full range of shops and supermarket
  • Dishwasher
  • Double electric oven
  • Dryer
  • DVD player
  • Electricity & gas included
  • Enclosed garden
  • Flatscreen TV with Freeview
  • Garden furniture
  • Gas hob
  • High chair
  • Linen and towels provided
  • Log burner - logs included
  • Microwave/grill
  • Radio/CD
  • Travel cot
  • Under counter fridge
  • Unlimited driveway parking
  • Upright freezer
  • Washing machine
  • Wifi
  • 2 Pets only - £20.00 charge per Week per Pet
  • Reviews

    (26 reviews)
    Inveryne Cottage reviews
    Nice clean cottage, good views, excellent/safe garden for dogs. Mile walk to shore or view point, great beaches nearby. Easy location for visiting Bute and surrounding areas.
    Mrs Ritchie - 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 .
    Mrs Mcgrath - March 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.
    Mrs Trowbridge - February 2019
    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 directly again
    Mrs Drieschner - November 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 of 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.
    Mrs Watson - October 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!
    Ms Cross - 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 supermarkets. 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.
    Mrs Jepson - September 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 cottage 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.
    Mr Roberts - August 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
    Ms Thomson - July 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.
    Mrs Trueman - June 2018
    This was the second time I've booked Inveryne for my parents and I. It is such a stunning spot. The views over Loch Fyne towards Tarbert and Kintyre, especially with the sunset in the evening, are truly wonderful. There is plenty of wildlife around too. The Oystercatcher at Otter Ferry is brilliant pub and served brilliant local ales and good food.
    Mr Davison - 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.
    Miss Mcquarrie - April 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 soul x
    Mrs Smart - February 2018
    A lovely cottage to get away from it all. Beautiful views to enjoy from the sun room. In stormy weather it is cosy and warm relaxing in front of a log fire while blowing a gale outside. Highly recommended.
    Miss Rose - October 2017
    Great cottage in a lovely location, very peaceful, everything you could need. Lots of wildlife on the doorstep, loved the sun room, a great get away
    Mrs Pearson - August 2017
    The lights were on to welcome us to Inveryne cottage on a dull mid December day. The interior was lovely, wood burning fire set ready for us to light and we found everything we could need for our stay. Our dog loved the enclosed garden and the walk from the cottage to the beach on Loch Fyne. The two nearby hotels were only open certain days given the time of year so we didn`t sample their menus, but we enjoyed the cottage so much, we were happy to spend our time there. Only one small criticism, on arrival, we drove past the entrance to the cottage, would really help with clearer and brighter sign, otherwise loved our stay.
    Mrs Smith - December 2016
    We mainly chose the cottage because of the magnificient view that the online photos promise - and the photos did not lie! In fact, the view is fantastic! The cottage provided us with all equipment that we needed. We enjoyed having breakfast in the armchairs in the winter garden. There was only one thing that was really annoying (but not worth a reduction by one star): The internet was not only slow, but it also very regularly broke down.
    Mr Kluge - July 2016
    Wonderful cottage, logs and wood burning stove, fantastic views, peace and tranquillity, no light pollution so great for star gazing - and large enclosed space for our dog to run about in - she never wanted to be indoors. Lots of secluded beaches and walks nearby - and Duncan's store was well stocked if we needed anything - we drove so slowly away down the track on our last day as we didn't want it to end!
    Ms Hanney - October 2015
    We were the first guests of the year and so the cottage needed warming and freshening-up a little but after 24 hours it was great. There is an effective log burner, a good heating system and the place was clean with fresh linen, towels etc. Our week suffered from appalling weather but staying in was not a problem. Had the weather been better there are numerous walks around the area. The locals are very friendly and welcoming and shop/restaurant prices are fair.
    Mr Price - March 2015
    This is a very cosy cottage in a wonderful location, with fantastic views of Loch Fyne and the hills beyond. We were in it over Christmas, during appalling stormy weather, and the cottage proved itself to be weathertight. I would imagine in better weather, the location would be idyllic. The sympathetic remodelling of the cottage means it feels deceptively spacious. The best feature of all is the conservatory at the end of the cottage looking out over Loch Fyne. A space to stop and stare. The kitchen is modest, with quite basic equipment, but adequate for everyday cooking. We didn't go out all that much, because of the weather, but we had a couple of lovely walks down to the shore.
    Ms Doyle - December 2014
    We absolutely loved Inveryne Cottage! Our choice to book was based on its quiet location and fabulous views but when we got there it was so much more than that. Despite how isolated it may have seemed we were never short of company from the wildlife on the doorstep and although we barely saw a soul for days the house felt so loved it was far from lonely. It was easy to make ourselves at home as the house contained everything we needed. Sumptuous bedding and furnishings and plenty of space for comfort and relaxation. The rest of the week took care of itself. There are a few easy walks from the front door and plenty of other walks from a short drive away, otherwise there is plenty of natural and historic interest locally. It's a gorgeous part of the world. It was with reluctance that we left, but we do so with excellent memories of being at Inveryne Cottage - perhaps not for the last time!
    Miss Doran - July 2014
    We really enjoyed our week at Inveryne Cottage. It was set in the most beautiful spot with fantastic views over Loch Fyne. Completely private and peaceful, it is a perfect place for anyone wanting a relaxing break. Have to say that the cottage itself could do with a refurb, we found the furniture a bit shabby and the overall feel of the decor a bit dated. which is a shame because with such an amazing location the place deserves to be of a better standard. Also with the cotttage being so remote it might not suit everyone. We didn't mind but it was 18 miles down a single track road to get to it and the nearest shop is 20 mins away! All in all, a great little traditional cottage in a stunning part of Scotland.
    Mrs Jones-phillips - October 2013
    The cottage has a wonderful location with great views across Loch Fyne. The cottage has a very isolated and therefore peaceful setting. However, a 15 min drive taks you to nice pubs and restaurants - all of a high standard. This cottage is the perfect escape.
    Mr Dodds - September 2013
    The cottage was clean, cosy and very well equipped and it more than met our expectations. The dogs loved the large garden and we enjoyed being 'off the beaten track.' When eating out we found everyone very friendly and helpful and can recommend The Oystercatcher, The Kilfinan Hotel and The Barn. Kilbride Bay was well worth the walk and Duncan's Store was a gem. The weather was glorious and we will hopefully return to this lovely place.
    Mrs Trueman - July 2013
    Inveryne cottage was everything I had hoped it would be, after a busy few months at work I definitely needed some rest and relaxation and Inveryne cottage offered all that and more. Beautiful evenings spent watching the sun set over loch Fyne and days spent walking in the surrounding area. This truly is a spectacular place. Try The Barn at Millcroft for home made cakes after a big hike, heavenly.
    Miss Mcquarrie - May 2013
    Lovely cottage. Home from home. All we needed for a getaway and some relaxation at New Year. The conservatory was our favourite room (renamed the Porridge Room as we had our breakfast there every morning, watching the clouds, rain, rainbows, birds and generally watched the world go by... helped along by Force 10 gales!) I have teenagers (15 ane 17) who love being by themselves, so it suited them perfectly - doing lots of walking together and also with us. Maybe not so suitable for teenagers who need more stimulation.
    Mrs North - December 2012