The Snug Self-Catering
|Property: 4699||Argyll and Bute|
Sleeps: 3 + cot
Pets Allowed: Yes
Smoking Allowed: No
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The Snug self-catering is a cosy, detached holiday cottage, just a moment's stroll from the beach and ideally situated for exploring Dunoon, the Cowal peninsula and the beautiful countryside of Argyll.
The cottage was renovated and extended in 2004 and comprises a bright, open-plan living space (with sofa bed) with fitted kitchen and sitting area on the upper floor, from which there are lovely sea views.
On the ground floor there is a good-sized double bedroom (with room for cot) and bathroom.
The Snug is located in Innellan, a small village just 4 miles South of Dunoon, on the Cowal peninsula; Dunoon has been a popular tourist area for over 100 years and is an ideal base for exploring the lochs and hills of Cowal, as well as the many lovely towns and villages of Argyll.
The Snug sleeps 2 + a child/baby.
Pets are welcome (by prior arrangement).
Only an hour from Glasgow, yet a world away - The Snug is the perfect getaway, whether you've a fortnight or just a weekend to spare.
The Snug, Living Area
The Snug, Kitchen
The Snug, Bedroom
The Snug, view from balcony
|Accommodation & Facilities|
Cot Available: Yes
Pets Allowed: Yes. Pets allowed by prior arrangement.
Smoking Allowed: No.
Linen Provided: Yes. Bed linen, towels and tea towels are provided.
Central Heating: Yes.
Fuel type: Gas
Open Fire: No.
Disabled Facilities: No.
Outdoor Facilities: No. Although The Snug has no private outdoors area, it's only a moment down to the beach - ideal for dog walks!
Local Services: Innellan has two pubs;restaurants, a village shop and a post office. There is a bowling green and tennis courts, horse riding, a sailing club a short distance away, the beach and a huge variety of beautiful walks. The bus into Dunoon stops only a couple of minutes walk from The Snug.
Prices for 2 people from: £195.00/week to £375.00/week.
The Snug is easily reached from Glasgow:
By driving or taking the train to Gourock, followed by a short ferry ride to Dunoon.
Both Calmac and Western Ferries operate a regular service throughout the year.
A longer, but stunning, alternative route: Is to take the A82 north of Glasgow as far as Tarbet, followed by the A83 over the 'Rest and be Thankful' pass, and then South on the A815 along the shores of Loch Fyne and Loch Eck to Dunoon.
Once in Dunoon;
The A815 is followed for 4 miles to Innellan. 1 mile after the post office, turn right up Trinity Lane and The Snug is on the right after 50 yards.
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