Nestling in an almost botanical paradise, this charming detached cottage boasts an exquisite shrubbery with trees from all over the world. Westerly air-streams and the North Atlantic Drift dominate the weather and have a moderating influence ideal for the most amazing flora and fauna. The cottage is an idyllic hideaway for couples - the intimate lounge has an open fire making it romantic and cosy and the conservatory opens out to the sun deck and gorgeous garden. Garden furniture and a barbecue are provided to enjoy outdoor living in beautiful, tranquil surroundings.
The cottage is in the Hunter's Quay area of the popular seaside resort of Dunoon, a short walk leads to the local store/PO and a slightly longer stroll leads to the heart of the town with excellent amenities. Dunoon is ideal for exploring the Cowal Peninsula and for a visit to Glasgow by ferry. Recreational pursuits include fishing, golf, hill walking, sailing, powerboat trips, horse riding, quad biking and bird-watching.
1 double bedroom, cosy lounge, kitchen/dining room, conservatory with sofa bed, bathroom with shower over bath. Cooking by gas hob/electric oven, gas central heating plus open fire. Fridge, freezer, washer/dryer, machine, dishwasher, microwave, television, DVD, CD player. Bed linen and towels provided.
Customer Reviews of Hunters Quay Cottage, Dunoon - Sleeps 3
"Such a lovely cottage in a lovely place...topped off by a lovely"
As part of the second week of our honeymoon my husband and I joined my parents in this lovely cottage. It is an ideal location to go exploring from and a lovely homely place to come back to. The countryside is beautiful, shame about the midges. We were given such a warm welcome by the owner who went above and beyond the call of duty. Felt like family. We will return and would recommend this property to other couples.
"A lovely comfortable home from home"
This is an excellent property for two - spacious and with a lovely private garden. The owner has it just right - very approachable but not intrusive and there are lots of little touches which make the cottage a relaxing place for a holiday. We wish we could have stayed longer, and will certainly consider returning if we are in this part of the country again.Only one minor detail - a couple of small shelves either side of the bed would be perfect for the morning cup of tea.
Very clean, warm and the owner was very attentive to us without being intrusive