Beautifully positioned on the Cowal Peninsula at Toward Point, home to the renowned 'Toward Point Lighthouse' , this idyllic holiday home exudes an individual charm, character and style. Newly renovated to a very high standard, this detached cottage offers a haven of peaceful tranquility where guests can enjoy the activity of the lighthouse and the sailing clubs of the Clyde Coast as they cruise past, sails billowing in the wind. There is a large, private, sheltered garden with garden furniture to fully appreciate the wonderful, open views out to sea.
Whatever you wish to do on holiday, there is something for everyone to enjoy at Toward Point and it is also an ideal base to explore Argyll and Bute. There are beautiful walks in this area and a superb range of outdoor pursuits including fishing, golf, mountain biking, pony trekking, sailing and bird watching. The pretty little village of Innellan with shop and pub is 2 miles.
1 twin bedroom, sitting room leading to conservatory with dining area, galley kitchen, bathroom with separate shower unit. All electric. Fridge/freezer, washing machine, microwave, television, DVD, CD player. Bed linen and towels provided.
Customer Reviews of Clover Cottage, Toward Point Lighthouse - Sleeps 2
"Excellent property." Mr L. Dudley
"Clover cottage is lovely, peaceful, very well equipped, warm and cosy. Lots of extra including wine and shortbread plus flowers which made us feel very welcome. Our third visit, what a lovely place to stay." Mrs I. Dunn
"Toward Point is by far the best spot on the Cowal peninsula. Sitting at your table you have the most beautiful view on the Firth of Clyde. The cottage is well appointed, spacious and cosy." Dr J. Van Weeren
"Absolutely loved it. Couldn't have asked for better." S. CommeBuckley
"Cottage in excellent condition and welcome pack was a lovely touch." C.Hall
"Would not hesitate to recommend this property and location." D. Tanner
"Beautiful cottage, really nicely furnished and very clean. Bottle of wine on arrival was a lovely touch. Will definitley return." B. Cook