Cosy Cottage Loch Awe
ARGYLL HOLIDAY COTTAGE
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ABOUT THE COTTAGE

 
 
Cosy Cottage, Loch Awe - Self Catering Accomodation  Argyll
semi detached cottage close to the banks of Loch Awe and the forests of Eredine. South Loch Awe side. 
 

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THE LIVING ROOM

 

 

 
The Living Room is quite spacious and has two windows facing out to the front
garden and to the beautiful Eredine Forest. Through these windows you can sit and
watch the siskins, blue tits and chaffinches, red squirrels and greater spotted
woodpeckers feeding from the bird table. 

The living room features a stunning cast iron fireplace, which looks absolutely
beautiful when the fire is lit. On an evening it is most enjoyable to sit reading
or simply relaxing with the sound of the logs crackling on the open fire.

There is an extremely comfortable, three-seater leather recliner,
a recliner armchair and a tan leather rocking chair.

The living room contains a small television, DVD player and Free view box. 

There are also plenty of books on the history of the local area and books and
leaflets on the surrounding area with things to see and do.


 
 
 THE KITCHEN

 
 
 
The cottage has a beautiful, fully working oak fitted kitchen with a full electric
integrated hob. There is a wall mounted single oven with grill, a small
microwave, washing machine, fridge freezer, kettle, toaster and pots and
pans and all crockery and utensils. There is also a bistro table perfect and
four chairs.

 
THE BATHROOM
 
 
 
 
The cottage has a downstairs bathroom, newly fitted and decorated, full bath and overhead electric shower. A very pretty and relaxing small bathroom.

 
DINING ROOM
 
 


MAIN DOUBLE BEDROOM
 

The main double bedroom has a 4' 6" double bed. It is the smaller bedroom but having had a velux window recently installed it boasts beautiful views of the Loch on an evening and of the stars at night.

There is a King Size Feather Duvet and also available for the colder months is an electric all night overblanket.
There are two fitted wardrobes, one to either side of the bed and two chests of drawers, so there is plenty of room to unpack and make yourself feel at home.

TOP TIP: Do not leave the windows open with the lights on at night for the midges will be sure to invade!

SECOND BEDROOM
 
 

SINGLE BOX BEDROOM


The third bedroom, on the ground floor, is a box bedroom with one single, electric adjustable bed ad standard feather duvet. There are wardrobes and drawers. Electric single all night over blanket available for those colder months.


Small window facing out onto the front garden.

 

The bathroom is right next door to this bedroom and so is ideal for disabled or folks who cannot tackle staircases anymore.   


OTHER FEATURES

Electric Central heating recently installed, which you can run on its own to heat the cottage. 
 
Open fire back boiler can be used on its own, just light the fire and it will heat water for the bath and run central heating without having to use the electric boiler, or of course you can just use immersion heater for hot water in the summer when fire not lit. 

The grounds to the front,have a hardgravel and grass area which would take two cars, with care.

the back garden is quite large with outside chairs

Logs and coal are available Coal at cost at £15 per sack Logs if available £7 per sack. Peat logs can be purchased at Kilmartin Post Office. Logs are also available at Kilmartin and most garages 
 
Please note  a bond of £70 is payable on top of the week price from which  coal, logs and electric from meter readings will be taken from this and the remainder returned.
you can also book on line usually through ebay argyllholidaycottage is my user name.
WE DO ASK THAT GUESTS TAKE THEIR OWN BED LINEN,towels and Teatowels.
ENQUIRIES WELCOME THROUGH THE CONTACT US PAGE OR EMAIL avensusan@aol.com TELEPHONE 01522 731205

THE COTTAGE IS AVAILABLE ALL WEEKS GO TO RESERVATION PAGE TO CHECK WEEKS AND CONTACT US TO PAY VIA PAYPAL
 

 

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Last Updated October 2014