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The Anchorage, Family Friendly,Views, plus Kayaks

Коттедж целиком, хозяин: David
6 гостей3 спальни4 кровати3 ванные комнаты

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The Anchorage, Arrochar, was built circa 1913 and has been newly upgraded in December 2019 giving the cottage a luxurious interior with gas central heating and beautiful wood burning stove.
Two ensuites and a beautiful bathroom provides guests with plenty of room whilst the large garden with pizza oven and BBQ has amazing views where guests can relax on the decking or seek shade in the lean to. Everyone can use the fire pit, games room or play area to keep occupied or use the Kayaks provided.

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The Anchorage enjoys 3 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms with private parking for as many as 6 cars at the back plus well maintained large gardens affording stunning views. It has a static caravan at the back that is used for storage only. It is only 50 yards from the local bar/restaurant

Within the garden guests will find a large decking area with tables and chairs perfect for alfresco dining or simply enjoying a wine or coffee during the day.

Along with a BBQ and a large Pizza Oven there is also a fire pit for the more adventurous plus a large covered patio when required. There is even an outside sink.
Children can be kept amused with the outside play room which holds a pool table, football table and table tennis plus more. Along with this the Swing set plus the large trampoline make the cottage very family friendly.

Kayaks ( 2 x single and 1 x double) are provided free of charge with life jackets and waterproof shoes included (waiver form supplied if guests wish to use))

The garden has plenty of space for guests to relax and a wide range of walks are available on the doorstep including a path at the back that leads to the 3 loch's way - spectacular views!!

Being next to the water there is a wide choice of activities for everyone to enjoy including fishing, Kayaking or combing the pebble beach and the wildlife includes Porpoises, Gannets, Little Auks, Cormorants, the odd whale plus so much more. You can watch the deer on the hill from the garden or the many birds of prey.

The cottage itself consists of a large sitting room with inbuilt bluetooth speakers and a large 50" smart tv coupled with a beautiful wood burning stove for those cosy nights.
The large 6 seat dining table sits at the patio doors with amazing views of the loch and hills where guests can watch the wildlife as they dine.

The modern kitchen has a large oven with grill and a 4 ring electric hob enabling guests to cook easily and with plenty of space. All cookware, plates and cutlery are provided plus a large fridge freezer, dishwasher, slow cooker and microwave. Everything is catered for.The washing machine is also located in the kitchen.

A beautiful bathroom with a twin bath and overhead shower is also located downstairs.
Upstairs leads to the 3 beautifully decorated bedrooms with 2 having double beds plus ensuite shower rooms. The 3rd bedroom is the twin room. All the bedrooms have amazing views plus a smart tv to watch your favourite films in bed.

All towels and bedding will be provided and the cottage is equipped with all you need for your stay.

For younger children a high chair and cot can be provided on request.
The Anchorage is heated with gas central heating, a wood burning stove and has broadband.

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I have 3 Kayaks ( 1 x Double and 2 x Singles) that guests can use free of charge. Life jackets and waterproof shoes will be provided.
The neighbour uses the front gate and path for access to her house however the back garden is totally private.
The Anchorage, Arrochar, was built circa 1913 and has been newly upgraded in December 2019 giving the cottage a luxurious interior with gas central heating and beautiful wood burning stove.
Two ensuites and a beautiful bathroom provides guests with plenty of room whilst the large garden with pizza oven and BBQ has amazing views where guests can relax on the decking or seek shade in the lean to. Everyone can us…

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Спальня 1
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Спальня 2
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Спальня 3
2 односпальные кровати

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The Anchorage is just a short stroll away from the famous Village Inn where guests can enjoy a drink in the bar or sit down in their beautiful restaurant to enjoy a meal.
Across the water sit the Arrochar Alps with the infamous Cobbler being the hill to climb and the views themselves are well worth the effort.
The whole area is steeped in history from the Vikings sailing up the loch to plunder Loch Lomond, to the many Scottish Clans that have made their mark on Arrochar.
The local church is a beautiful building with a very old graveyard and well worth a look.
The Anchorage is a great base to use to go travelling around Argyll and beyond with Inveraray just a half hour drive and Loch Lomond also on it's doorstep.
There are lots of water sports and sailing at Gareloch - boats can be hired at Roseneath Castle Park and classes are available throughout the summer.
At the south west of Roseneath peninsula at Cove Bay is Linn Botanic Gardens - due to the mild climate, many exotic species thrive here.
Inveraray
Inveraray is situated on the shore of Loch Fyne - famous for its excellent seafood and kippers. The tourist information centre on Front Street has full information on the area.
Inveraray is famous for its fine architecture and for being home of Inveraray Castle - seat of the Dukes of Argyll.
From the castle grounds a five-mile walk winds up Glen Shira leading to the Falls of Aray and to ruins of the home of Rob Roy.
Other attractions in Inveraray include the Maritime Museum, Inveraray Jail and the Argyll Wildlife Park.
Six miles south of Inveraray is Auchindrain Township Museum - the original buildings are furnished and a visit is an entertaining day out for everyone.
Four miles to the south is Crarae Gardens, containing one of the best Rhododendron collections in Scotland.

In the north of the county in a picturesque setting at the head of Loch Awe, is the ruined 16th century Kilchurn Castle, which incorporates the first purpose built barracks in Scotland.
The road through the Pass of Brander takes you to Taynult and nearby Bonawe Iron Furnace, the most complete charcoal-fuelled ironworks in Britain.
Dunoon
Dunoon is in the south of the Cowal peninsula. It was built around two bays and was planned for the 5th Duke of Argyll by James Craig, who designed the 'new town' in Edinburgh.
On Castle Hill, below the remains of Dunoon Castle, is a statue of 'Bonny Mary O' Argyll' (Mary Campbell), sweetheart of Robert Burns.
Dunoon is host to the Cowal Highland Games held on the last Friday and Saturday in August annually, one of the largest Highland gatherings in Scotland.
A few miles north of the town is Benmore Botanic Garden, famous for its collection of flowering trees and shrubs.
North of Oban on the A828 at Barcaldine, on the shore of Loch Creran is the Scottish Sea Life Sanctuary, which cares for many species of injured and orphaned marine creatures. It's an interesting place for family visits.
Oban
In the north of Argyll the busy town of Oban has all the facilities of a larger town that you might need. Notable features are the ruins of 13th century Dunollie Cast, and McCaig's folly. Built on a hill overlooking the town, this is an unfinished replica of the Colosseum in Rome.
Approximately twenty miles south of Oban, overlooking the Sound of Jura, is the delightful Arduaine Garden.
Lochgilphead is the chief town of Mid Argyll. North of the town in Kilmartin Gle is an important collection of ancient monuments, many of which are prehistoric. A visit to Kilmartin Museum and visitor centre is well worth while.
Tarbert lies at the gateway to the Kintyre peninsula. It is an old fishing town, and today a popular port for yachtsmen sailing the west coast of Scotland. It lies on the tiny isthmus linking Knapdale and Kintyre.
Campbeltown, is the main town centre of the long peninsula of Kintyre. Further south is Machrihanish, the site of a classic golf course.
The Off Shore Islands of Argyll and Bute
The Isle of Bute
Rothesay is the main town on the Isle of Bute, an island in the lower Firth of Clyde. Bute lies at the foot of the Cowal Peninsula and is separated from it by the stretch of water known as the Kyles of Bute, one of the most popular holiday destinations on the west coast of Scotland.
The island is only 15 miles long and 5 miles wide.
The Highland Boundary Fault line runs through the island creating a contrast, with three hills above 800 feet lying to its north. These are Windy Hill 911 feet, Kames Hill 875 feet and Kilbride Hill 836 feet. Unsurprisingly, all providing magnificent views.
South of the fault line is undulating countryside, five delightful bays, quiet villages and the resort Rothesay.
Rothesay is a pretty town with interesting attractions such as Rothesay Castle, with its unusual circular plan; Mount Stuart, the family home of the Stuarts of Bute, a spectacular house with a delightful garden, well worth visiting.
Other places of interest are Bute Museum and south of Rothesay is Ascog Hall Victorian Fernery and Gardens.
The Isle of Mull
The Isle of Mull is one of the islands in the Inner Hebrides. Tobermory, at the north of Mull is the largest village on the Island. Tobermory was planned in the late 1700s to provide housing for fishermen's families.
Today the town caters for tourism and has a golf club, yacht club, folk museum and interesting shops.
The town's many brightly painted houses feature in the BBC's series for children 'Balamory'. It also lent its name to one of the Wombles of Wimbledon Common!
Mull is a beautiful Island with many clean sandy beaches and bays. Inland is moorland, forest and mountains, the highest of which is Ben More at 3,000 feet.
Wildlife such as golden eagles, otters, dolphins and even whales can be spotted in and around the island.
The wild scenery of Mull was the background of Robert Louis Stevenson's novel 'Kidnapped'.
Craignure is an attracrive town with a pier. Just south of Craignure is Duart Castle - the family home of the Clan Maclean.
Iona and other Islands
South west of Mull is Iona, where in AD563 Columba landed from Ireland to extend the gospel in Scotland. The island is a centre for Christian pilgrimage and one of the most sacred sites in Britain.
A group of small islands lying southwest of Oban are known as the Slate Islands. The island of Easdale is home to the Easdale Island Folk Museum, providing a fascinating insight of the time when these islands were the centre of the Scottish slate industry.
Jura in the Inner Hebrides is rugged and mountainous, the highest point is the triple peaks, 'The Paps of Jura'. Along the west coast are beaches and caves, the island is almost divided in two by Loch Tarbert.
The main village is Craighouse, where the local distillery makes Isle of Jura whisky.
Islay is the most southerly of the Inner Hebridean islands. Famous for the production of malt whisky, the island is home to several distilleries.
Islay is widely held to be one of the most beautiful of the islands, with fine beaches and bays. Many birds inhabit the island and birdwatchers come to see species such as Cormorant, Oystercatcher, Chough and in February Barnacle Geese. Several Celtic crosses are to be found in Islay, the best example being Kildalton Cross.
A visit to the Museum of Islay Life, is a fascinating experience for all ages.

There is so much to see and do however if guest are just wishing to stay and relax then the Anchorage is the perfect place to do so.
The Anchorage is just a short stroll away from the famous Village Inn where guests can enjoy a drink in the bar or sit down in their beautiful restaurant to enjoy a meal.
Across the water sit the Arrochar…

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While we endeavour to meet our guests on arrival a key safe is located at the back door to provide entry in the event that we are not available at that time. A welcome pack will be provided for guests with information on the cottage plus a small hamper to help you settle in. We will always be available if our guests have any questions or requirements and are delighted to help in any way.
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