Location was stunning Breakfast was disappointing
In dem Cottage gab es alles was man braucht. Geschirr und Gläser waren ausreichend vorhanden.Die Möbel einschließlich Bett hatten eine gute Qualität und waren bequem. Durch den Kamin könnte man auch die kalten, verregneten Tage genießen. Wir haben uns rundherum wohl gefühlt. In der Nähe (2 min zu ...
An ideal place to relax and unwind. The properties are quirky and well equipped and the peaceful setting of each one has spectacular views. Properties are not new, so if modern is your thing, probably best to try elsewhere. However, if you want a warm and comfortable base to explore Argyll and Bute ...
The setting for the cabin is super for touring the area or just walking locally whilst taking in the views. Luke set the cabin up lovely with details such as flowers and a hot stove for arrival so this created a warm and inviting atmosphere. He also had lots of information about local attractions ...
We stayed for 2 nights and really wished we had booked to stay longer. Comfortable, warm , relaxing and peaceful. Enjoyed the sauna & whirlpool bath following our long walks. Returned home feeling totally chilled out . Will definitely return .
We had 3 nights stay in Iona suite - staff very friendly and helpful. Service was also good. Location stunning views . Well worth a visit
Anyone looking to book a holiday in Scotland will immediately notice the country’s rich mixture of picturesque landscape and important historical and cultural attractions, whether it’s the view from Edinburgh Castle overlooking the city and the Firth of Forth or the site of wild and stark corries from the peak of Ben Nevis.
The region of Argyll and Bute, on Scotland’s west coast, has a uniquely serene coastline, full of stunning seaside vistas, port towns and villages and is home to the Inner Hebrides. Visitors will discover a number of engaging activities to enjoy on their adventure through the region, from trekking through national parks to paddling amongst local wildlife in the region’s lochs and sounds. Book a hotel in this part of Scotland and you'll find yourself planning your next trip here before long.
While Scotland’s national flower might be a thistle, the nation has plenty of manicured, colourful, and wild gardens to visit, and the coastal Arduaine Garden which sits on the tip of Loch Melfort offers visitors a wonderful opportunity to stroll through rhododendrons, azaleas, magnolias, Blue Tibetan poppies, giant Himalayan lilies and Chatham Island forget-me-nots, and all whilst taking in waterfront views. Those looking to book a nearby hotel can easily do so by using the Expedia search tool, which will help you find the accommodation that best suits you.
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