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The Stable Cottage by Loch Fyne

Luxuriously converted 300 yr old cottage overlooking Loch Fyne

3-beds, one en-suite, underfloor heating, wood-burning stove

Newly refurbished, luxurious and historic 3-bed cottage in a private location with stunning views to the shoreline of Pennymore Point and onwards down Loch Fyne. Visited by Queen Victoria in 1875, we believe John Brown stabled the Queen's horses in the stable. The cottage is just a short walk from the Point and the beautiful shoreline, perfect for soaking in the breathtaking scenery of Argyll. Along the way you may even catch sight of seals, dolphin, eagles, numerous sea birds, deer, red squirrels and abundant wildlife, as the hamlet of Pennymore is also surrounded by the 3000 acre Forest of Kenmore.

Facilities & Nearby Features

Dog Friendly Dog Friendly
Forest Views Forest Views
Hill Views Hill Views
Near a Loch Near a Loch
Near a Town Near a Town
Near a Forest Near a Forest
On-site Activities (for adults) On-site Activities (for adults)
On-site Activities (for children) On-site Activities (for children)
Sea Views Sea Views
Walk-in Shower Walk-in Shower
Free WiFi Free WiFi

Food & Drink


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Children / Families


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