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Very good
7 reviews
Victorian villa
Master Double bedroom
Double bedroom with devan
Private garden for guests
Your garden area
Lovely location with a garden walk for spectacular views
Nearby Holy Loch
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2 Bedrooms, 1 Bathroom, Sleeps 5
Dunoon, Cowal Peninsula, Argyll and Bute, Scotland

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LittleMis...
Edinburgh, United Kingdom
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“Well worth the money”
Reviewed 2 August 2012 for a stay in July 2012

Booked through "Argyll Self-Catering Holidays" - couldn't have been simpler or more pain-free. You let them know when you're going to arrive - I 'phoned from the Gourock Ferry and they give you directions to the property. The property itself is beautiful. It has been refurbished to high specification and there was ample space for me, my husband and my friend. The front bedroom is lovely, the back one suffers from having a potting shed/conservatory attached, so it's quite dark. The view from the living room is great and the three-piece-suite in there is very conducive to afternoon napping. The kitchen is spacious and well-equipped (you have to set the boiler when you go in) and I would advise turning up the refrigerator. We ate in the kitchen and, if I had to give one "note" it would be to change the dining table in there - it's a bit awkward to sit at, at the sides (the table top is mounted on a cupboard and you can't really get your knees under) - but that's it, really. The bathroom has a decent shower (not as good as at home, but then, few places have) and the water gets hot very quickly. The thermostat is very responsive, so you can have the house as hot or cold as you like. Sandbank itself is a bit run down but there is a general store in walking distance. Dunoon is close by-ish (10-15 minutes' drive) and has a a Co-op and a Morrisons. Our stay cost £75 a night and was completely worth the money and I would definitely consider going back.

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Liked best: The view.
Liked least: The kitchen table.
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