Sleeps: 2 (+2 on sofa bed).
Pets welcome by prior arrangement.
Visit Scotland: 3 Stars.
From £260 low season.
£300 mid season.
£360 high season.
Short breaks available.
For further details please contact:
Sally Peel and Billy Peel
Tel: 01475 796401
Last minute vacancies during weeks:Reload this mapSouthtop, Kilmun is an upper cottage flat on the picturesque shores of the Holy Loch. Its situation within the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park is ideal for relaxing or active breaks. The comfortable, cosy, property provides modern amenities with superb river and loch views from every window. Southtop can accommodate 2/4 guests all year round having controlled electric heating throughout and a woodburner for cosy winter nights.
23 May, 30 May, 6 Jun
- There is a local shop, pub, restaurant and petrol station within 1- 3 miles from Southtop.
- The nearest town of Dunoon, which is 7 miles has a host of shops, cafes, bars and restaurants to cater for all tastes.
Things to do and see
- The property has controlled electric panel heating throughout and is available all year. There is accommodation for 2/4 guests having:
- A bedroom with a double bed and also the use of a bed settee in the lounge.
- Travel cot available.
- Well-equipped dining kitchen with washing machine, fridge freezer, microwave and views of Paradise Bay.
- Comfortable lounge with superb loch views, TV/DVD player with Freeview, CD with docking station and a wood burning stove for cosy winter nights.
- The comfortably heated bathroom has a shower enclosure.
- All Linen and towels provided.
- Welcome tray included.
- There is ample parking outside on the road and there are 13 steps to the front door.
- The Cowal Peninsula gives you access to stunning mountains, lochs, forests and glens with a wide range of activities to suit most people. These include, walking, cycling, fishing, sailing, bird & wildlife watching, photography, golf, mountain biking, and a host of other pursuits on the doorstep. The Holy Loch is particularly noted for its flocks of waders, ducks and seabirds.
- For more relaxing days out there are a host of attractions within a short drive such as Benmore Botanic Gardens, Inverary Castle, Mount Stuart, the Kyles of Bute and the opportunity to reach many of the nearby peninsulas and islands.
- There are many and varied restaurants and cafes offering local produce nearby as well as local Gala week events so there's something for everyone.
- Glasgow and Edinburgh are both easy daytrips using Western Ferries from Hunter's Quay (15 minutes from Southtop) to Gourock, the road from which soon has you on the M8 to Glasgow or Edinburgh. You could leave the car and try the Argyll passenger Ferry from Dunoon which connects to with trains to Glasgow from Gourock station.