Angel Cottage

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At a Glance
Sleeps 2
Sea/Loch View
Washing Machine
The Property
Angel Cottage, by the sea is tucked away in the coastal village of Strone boasting stunning views over the Holy Loch and the Firth of Clyde.  Cosy and stylish this one bedroom self-catering cottage is adorned with a Scottish flair and quality furnishings. Perfectly designed for a holiday break for two or a solo hideaway by the sea. An ideal base to explore the Cowal Peninsula and the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park.
The open plan living space features a comfortable sofa and an inviting reading chair to nestle into and gaze out through the large windows overlooking the sparkling waters and boats sailing by.  Designed to suit guests looking for that extra home comfort and style.  
The kitchen is well-equipped with high quality appliances, a half size aga, microwave, Nespresso coffee machine, dishwasher and fridge with freezer compartment. Featuring a cosy breakfast bar with stools for casual meals.
There is a washing machine combo dryer for the convenience for longer stays.
Featuring a cosy double bedroom with a sea facing window with hanging space and reading lights. Wake up to awe-inspiring sea views stretching to the Holy Loch and beyond sipping your morning coffee. The skies at sunset are magical.
The modern bathroom features a wet room complete with a rain shower and hand held shower, hand basin and toilet. 
Step outside the front door in the warmer months and soak up the coastal views, outdoor seating provided.  The perfect location for ice-cold G&Ts, taking in the scenes and watching the everchanging views. Wildlife is abundant with birdlife, and dolphins often seen.
The Strone Hotel is located 200 metres from Angel Cottage. There is local cafe in Strone and in nearby Blairmore.  Dunoon is located 8 miles away with further cafes, restaurants and local shops.
Closeby is the historic Kilmun Mausoleum, Benmore Botanic Gardens, Pucks Glen and Argyll Forest Park.  The area is one big outdoor playground, take your pick from walking, cycling, sailing, fishing, golfing, windsurfing and more.  Or you may simply take time out to enjoy the ambience of this welcoming holiday home. 
Explore further afield to Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park, Argyll's Secret Coast, take the ferry to the Isle of Bute to visit Mount Stuart, or visit historic Inveraray. It's also an easy day trip to Oban, one of the seafood capitals of Scotland.
Glasgow is just over an hour away via the Western Ferries or two hours by road via Loch Lomond.
No Pets: Sorry no pets or dogs allowed. 
Car Parking: Car parking space available, side of road.
Safety Features: Smoke alarm, Fire extinguisher, Fire blanket.
Cleanliness & Disinfecting: Use of cleaning chemicals that are effective against Covid, Linens, towels and laundry washed in accordance with local authority guidelines, Guest accommodation is disinfected between stays.
Waterfront location
Central heating - electric
Free Wi-Fi
Electric fire
Smart TV 30 inch
Aga Stove
Nespresso Coffee Machine (first supply of pods included)
Freezer compartment
Washing machine combo dryer
Towels & bed linen included
Hand Sanitiser
Walk-in shower/wet room
Enclosed front garden
Outdoor seating
Entrance door via four (4) steps
Free street parking 
Sorry no pets allowed
Strictly no smoking
Security Deposit £150 (Pre-authorised only)


Angel Cottage
Shore Road
Strone, Dunoon
Argyll  PA23 8TA
Directions and full address to be advised in Key & Arrival Instructions after final balance is paid.
Strone is a picturesque village, on the Cowal Peninsula in Argyll and Bute in the Scottish Highlands overlooking the north shore of the Holy Loch and the Firth of Clyde. The village lies within the Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park. 
There is a wide range of outdoor activities on offer with sailing, sea and river fishing, golf, deer stalking, quad and mountain biking, horse riding and clay pigeon shooting. Nearby Benmore Botanic Gardens, Pucks Glen within Argyll Forect Park is a must visit. Explore the many forest trails and woodland paths for walking and cycling. The whole area is steeped in history with plenty of ruined castles and monuments to visit. Wildlife is abundant with deer, otters, golden eagles, red squirrels and dolphins often seen.  

If you are coming via Loch Lomond and The Trossochs take the left turn to Kilmun off the A815, south of Loch Eck and just before you get to Sandbank and the Holy Loch.
If you are using the Western Ferry from Gourock, turn right at Hunter's Quay, and drive along the edge of the loch and past the Holy Loch marina. Turn right again at the T junction and along the loch through Sandbank. Soon, on your right you will pass a petrol station/shop/diner and just past that is the turning to your right for Kilmun/Strone.  

Stunning cottage

5 Star VRBO Review 07 May 2022

This is a stunningly located small and very attractive cottage, very newly appointed. We were comfortable, lovely welcome treats were provided for us and we were able to sit out in the front garden watching the loch on two evenings. Lovely shop/cafe and pub close by. Everything in the cottage is very state-of-the-art so you have to be digitally minded! We very much appreciated the flowers, Prosecco and gin! 


Angel Cottage, by the sea, romantic
5 Star VRBO Review 29 May 2022

Where do we start?. We absolutely loved our stay in Angel Cottage. As soon as we walked in we knew we would have a great stay. The views were absolutely amazing . We saw seals and a dolphin on one of our many walks . No expense was spared on the amenities. Overall we had a comfortable stay and Angel cottage comes highly recommended. 

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