St Abbs

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At a Glance
Sleeps 6
Sea/Loch View
Dog Friendly
Washing Machine
The Property

St Abbs is a charming, waterfront villa with spectacular sea views over the Clyde and beyond. Traditionally furnished, this three bedroom holiday home is set on an elevated position to maximise the stunning sea views, accessed by a meandering garden path that takes you to the entrance. Ideal for families or couples wanting to explore Cowal Peninsula and the West Coast of Scotland.  
St Abbs retains many of the original features throughout with a traditional Scottish feel. The ground floor features an inviting living room filled with leather sofas, bespoke fireplace and panoramic bay windows to take full advantage of the views.  Free Wi-Fi is available, along with a 42 inch Smart TV with Freeview. 
The kitchen is spacious and fully equipped with all your modern appliances. The separate dining room features a large antique dining table seating up to six guests. A lovely room for family meals.  

St Abbs has gas central heating and the windows are double glazed.
Bedrooms & Bathrooms
Featuring three well appointed double bedrooms spread over the ground and upper floor. Including all bed linen and towels.

There are two bathrooms, one located on the upper level with a shower cubicle, bath and toilet. On the ground floor there is a newly designed bathroom with a wet/shower room, hand basin and toilet.
Bedroom 1: Upstairs double bed, wardrobe, sea views
Bedroom 2: Upstairs double bed, wardrobe, sea views
Bedroom 3: Downstairs double bed, wardrobe, sea views

The cottage is accessed by 39 steps to the terrace area, and 5 steps to the entrance of the house. The upper bedrooms are accessed by a staircase.
Guests have use of the elevated outdoor terrace garden with an abundance of shrubs and trees that surround the pathway that meanders to the decking and front door. The decking to the front of the property takes in magnificent far-reaching sea views and beyond.

There is a sun house at the front of the garden, ideal for watching the ships sailing along the Clyde. The decking to the front of the property is perfect for summer drinks and alfresco dining. Enjoy this beautiful terrace garden with outdoor furniture in several positions.
Guests have easy access to the esplanade and shoreline where you can explore and enjoy the views and even catch glimpses of local wildlife. 
St Abbs is the perfect base to explore the Cowal Peninsula. You will find the nearest pub and restaurant 200 yards from your cottage, and a local shop only 150 yards away. The township of Dunoon is only a 10 minute drive offering a selection of coffee shops, craft shops, galleries, pubs and restaurants.
Visit local attractions including the Benmore Botanic Gardens, Argyll Forest Park, and historic Kilmun. The region is filled with places to see and things to do. The area is one big outdoor playground. Take your pick from walking, cycling, sailing, fishing, golfing, windsurfing and more.  Explore further afield to Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park, Argyll's Secret Coast, take the ferry to the Isle of Bute to visit Mount Stuart, or visit historic Inveraray. It's also an easy day trip to Oban, one of the seafood capitals of Scotland.

Access:  St Abbs is accessed from the pedestrian gateway and meanders up through the garden to the house via a purpose built and well maintained walk way up to the decked area at the front of the property. The property is accessed by 42 steps. Upper bedrooms accessed by the hallway staircase.

Dog Policy: Two well behaved dogs allowed, @£25.00 per dog per stay. Please bring own dog towels and bedding.
Car Parking: Free roadside parking is available at entrance gate.
House Rules: Sorry no smoking or vaping. No stag or hen party bookings.
Safety Features: Smoke alarm, Fire extinguisher, Fire blanket.
Short Term Let Licence Number:  AR00829F

Coastal location
Spectacular sea views
Central gas heating
Double glazed
Smart TV 42"
Live streaming
Well equipped kitchen
Dining table seating six 
7 ring gas hob
Microwave, kettle & toaster
Washing machine
Iron and ironing board
Linen and towels included
Terrace garden
Elevated position
Outdoor seating and furniture
PLEASE NOTE: Access to entrance by 42 steps 
Free roadside parking is available at entrance gat
Maximum 2 dogs, £25 per pet per stay
£150 Good Housekeeping deposit

St Abbs
Shore Road
Innellan Dunoon
PA23 7TL
Directions and full address to be advised in Key & Arrival Instructions after final balance is paid.
Innellan is a village on the east shore of the Cowal peninsula, on the Firth of Clyde, 4 miles south of the town of Dunoon, Argyll and Bute in Scotland.
Dunoon is the main town on the Cowal Peninsula in the south of Argyll and Bute, Scotland. It is on the western shore of the upper Firth of Clyde, to the south of the Holy Loch and to the north of Innellan.  The town offers a museum and leisure centre as well as a selection of craft shops, galleries, and cafes. The opportunity to take a pleasure cruise amidst the breathtaking coastal scenery of the Firth of Clyde should not be missed. Only 30 miles (48 km) from Glasgow via the Western Ferries.

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