"The cottage was very large ,with 4 bathrooms the bedrooms were large and comfortable the only downside was the lack of wardrobes in all bedrooms and we found the television very small for the size of the lounge. I know you don't go to watch television but when the weather is not to good and you have ..."
The price is £119 per night from 23 May to 24 May£119
23 May - 24 May
24.96 mi from city centre
4.6/5 Exceptional! (189 reviews)
A gem on the beach
"A gem by the beach. We booked a deluxe room beach facing (room 317), Juliet balcony with the most stunning view over to the Isle of Arran even on a blustery day. Worth every penny. Decoration both modern & tasteful. Rebecca at reception was so welcoming and friendly as were the restaurant and bar ..."
"This is a very well stocked property with everything you could need. It is a little 'tired' in that it does need some redecoration. it is spacious yet compact. The location is out of this world with so many wonderful views and beautiful places to visit. I loved the ferry connections with other parts ..."
"We had a lovely and peaceful stay in a beautiful location. Thanks for sharing your lovely property. Even with the Scottish weather the property gave us a great base to explore the local surroundings and a comfortable place to relax in the evening."
Old Kilmun House: This holiday home rental outside Colintraive is located on a river, and has a garden, a hot tub and a BBQ to put you at ease in your new surroundings. Kitchen amenities include a full-sized fridge, a dishwasher and a hob. See all vacation rentals in Colintraive.
Yes! You'll find that most room reservations are fully refundable provided that you cancel prior to the hotel's cancellation deadline, which often is within 24-48 hours of your arrival date. If you have a reservation that's non-refundable, you might be able to still cancel and be given a refund within 24 hours of booking. Filter your search by free cancellation to find flexible hotel deals in Colintraive.
Those travelling to Colintraive will definitely enjoy the sights to see and things to do. A top sight in the area is Loch Fyne. In Colintraive, there are 11 hotels and other accommodation options to choose from. Find out more about Colintraive.
The hottest months are usually July and August, with an average temperature of 14°C, while the coldest months are January and February, with an average of 5°C. Average annual precipitation for Colintraive is 1320 mm.
Colintraive Hotel Reviews
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"Really grand impressive hotel, beautiful sea views in the bar."
"It will be good to get the rooms upgraded and I would have liked my tea/coffee ration refilled since we were there for 2 nights but thought the food and service were generally excellent and the staff were lovely,"
A verified traveller stayed at Ardencaple Hotel by Greene King Inns
"This is a very well stocked property with everything you could need. It is a little 'tired' in that it does need some redecoration. it is spacious yet compact. The location is out of this world with so many wonderful views and beautiful places to visit. I loved the ferry connections with other parts of Argyll and the islands."
A verified traveller stayed at Teal Cottage, shoreline location, pet friendly, sleeps 4, both bedrooms en-suite