Clyde Cottage Dalmally - refurbished to a high standard and well maintained inside and outside especially our landscaped gardens
Clyde Cottage is a 200 year old cottage which sits high on the Stronmilichan back Road of Dalmally. It is surrounded by fantastic views looking down towards Lochawe with Kilchurn Castle in its sight. The cottage was said to be built with the stone from Kilchurn Castle which now sits in ruins.
Although it is over 200 years old the cottage has been refurbished to a high standard and well maintained inside and outside especially our landscaped gardens which are well kept. Sit out in the evenings on our spectacular deck complete with garden furniture, built-in barbeque and lighting and admire the view.
The Cottage sleeps 7
TV'S IN ALL BEDROOMS
DVD/TV IN SITTING ROOM
GAS CENTRAL HEATING
OPEN FIRE IN SITTING ROOM
FRIDGE/FREEZER, WASHING MACHINE, TUMBLE DRYER AND MICROWAVE
ALL BED LINEN, DUVETS AND TOWELS INCLUDED.
Ground floor: front entrance, a very comfortable sitting room with open fire, fitted kitchen/dining room with gas cooker and hob, spacious utility room with back door entrance, bathroom with cast iron bath and separate shower and downstairs bedroom with double bed.
First floor: Master bedroom very spacious comprises king size bed and en-suite with bath. Second bedroom again being very spacious with double bed and single bed also comprises wash hand basin.
Outside: Car park and beautiful large decking with seating area and stunning views. Beautiful landscaped garden.
Dalmally offers a golf course (9 holes) to which everyone is welcome. There is a local train station which offers access to the West of Scotland, Oban, Fort William and Glasgow; why not leave the car and hop on a train for the day? If you like fishing then there are great local lochs to fish on (Lochawe stores sell fishing passes) or if it's walking/hillwalking then Ben Cruachan is within viewing distance and easy to get to. Go and visit the Hollow mountain 6 miles down the road - here a water power station sits deep within the mountain of Ben Cruachan.
The West of Sotland is a beautiful scenic part of Scotland with great heritage. Visit Inveraray which is only 15 miles away. It is a quaint little town which offers the Inveraray Jail tourist attraction. Here you can travel back in time to see how the prisoners were treated and sit in the court chamber and listen to the crimes committed and their outcome. The beautiful Inveraray Castle is also in walking distance of Inveraray town - this is where the Duke of Argyll still resides. If it's the Western Isles you wish to visit, then go to Oban where you can catch the Caledonian MacBrayne ferries which will take you across to Mull and Iona. Fort William is also a good place to visit. It is a 60 mile drive which gives you the opportunity to drive through Glencoe with majestic views of the Three Sisters (mountains), and when you get to Fort William you can take the gondola (cable car) up Aonach Mor, which is the mountain adjacent to Ben Nevis.
Local amenities include a shop, chemist, post office, police station and medical centre.