Property code: CA007
Become a Laird of Argyll in this luxurious country house, perfectly positioned on the wild and remote Cowal Peninsula. Bask on your private beach and savour once in a lifetime natural wonders.
Retreat with your family and friends to this former laird’s house near Kilfinan, close to the famous sea loch of Loch Fyne. Enjoy the sweet seclusion of the property, which dates back to the 18th century and is set within 1,200 acres of a farm estate. Up to 11 guests are welcome to stay at the five-bedroom home that nestles in beautiful gardens and enjoys access to a tennis court, private beach and fishing along the River Auchalick.
Enter the charming country home to find a bright, enticing interior, with both period characteristics and contemporary features. Enjoy the appeal of the flagstone flooring, sash windows, shutters, wood panelling and stone spiral staircase, as well as the games room and underfloor heating in the open-plan kitchen/diner. You’ll find this superb room offers great space for preparing mouth-watering meals for your party, as well as dining together at the long table. Enjoy the bright ambience created by the glass-roofed section of the space, where a seating area makes a perfect place to settle down with your holiday book. Enjoy opening the door onto the stone patio and garden from here in the summer months. Choose to read or watch TV in either the elegant lounge or the library. Find a cloakroom with WC, laundry room and larder also on the ground floor, plus a drying cupboard and inner hall with generous space for boots and coats. Head up to the light and airy first floor, where there are four comfortable bedrooms. Two of these have en-suite bathrooms, two others have en-suite shower rooms and there is also a family shower room. Climb up to the second-floor level to find your final bedroom, together with a games room, with small billiards table and TV, which teenagers will adore. Enjoy watching the children in your group have the freedom to run around outside on the great expanses of grass in your garden. Serve lunch or supper out in the fresh air and light the BBQ on warm evenings.