Newton Cottage South

Inveraray, Minard
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At a Glance
Sleeps 4
Open Fire/Burner
Sea/Loch View
The Property
In the event that Covid lockdown changes in any location of the UK that will stop you visiting, you will be offered a change of date, a credit, or a full refund.

Newton Cottage South is full of history, character and charm, built around 1850 in the picturesque village of Newtown, Inveraray offering breathtaking loch views, perfect for a romantic retreat or a family holiday.

The seaside cottage is beautifully restored with quality furnishings and tasteful interior, providing a warm and inviting atmosphere. Featuring a comfortable open plan living area with solid wooden floors, a small dining area and French doors leading out to the back garden. A modern kitchen is fully equipped and stylishly finished.

Upstairs features two inviting double bedrooms and a family bathroom. The main bedroom boasts of spectacular loch views, imagine waking up to magical views each morning from your cosy comfortable bed. The bedrooms are stylishly decorated, ideal for a romantic retreat. The modern bathroom features a separate shower cubicle, basin and toilet.

Newton Cottage South is ideally situated on the water front, just a few minutes walk to the town centre where there are some lovely restaurants and hotels serving local produce. A wonderful base to explore the boundless historical and scenic attractions that Inveraray offer in this beautiful region, to the many leisure pursuits including walking, cycling, fishing and sailing. Or simply relax and watch the amazing seascape from your cottage.

Slip back in time and feel the history. Newton Cottage South is a C Listed Building in the Conservation Area of Newtown Inveraray. The house was built between 1800 – 1850. The owner bought the house in 2013. The previous owner was the Duke of Argyll. The owner has been visiting family in Inveraray since 1955. The Buntain name has been traced back to the 12th Century in the town. The owner was the nephew of the only Lady Provost of Inveraray, Helen Buntain. The family business was blacksmiths coal merchants and haulage contractors.

Pets: Sorry no pets allowed.

Car Parking: Private car parking at rear of cottage.

Extra Notes: Newton Cottage South has a sister cottage next door called Newton Cottage North which can also be rented. When combined they both sleep 8 persons comfortably. Ideal for larger groups.

  • Spectacular loch views from your windows.
  • Waterfront location.
  • Wood burner - Unlimited supply of wood
  • Stylish furnishings.
  • Linen and towels.
  • Large Freeview screen TV
  • DVD player
  • Wi-Fi access throughout
  • Nespresso coffee machine ( a small amount of capsules are free and you are welcome to bring your own)
  • Microwave
  • Dishwasher
  • Fridge/freezer
  • Washing machine and dryer
  • Hairdryer
  • Electricity costs included
  • Outdoor furniture in garden.
  • Secure outdoor shed ideal for your own bikes and fishing rods.
  • 400 metres from town centre.
  • Good Housekeeping Deposit £100 (Pre authorised)
  • Can be booked with similar cottage next door for larger parties
Newton Cottage South
Newton, Inveraray
PA32 8UH
Directions and full address to be advised in Key & Arrival Instructions after final balance is paid.
Inveraray is a town in Argyll, Scotland. It is on the western shore of Loch Fyne, near its head, and on the A83 road. It is a former royal burgh, the traditional county town of Argyll, and ancestral home to the Duke of Argyll. 

A short walk north of the New Town, the neo-Gothic Inveraray Castle remains the family home of the Dukes of Argyll. The castle is set in extensive grounds which contain a number of marked walks, the most strenuous of which rises over 800 feet to the tower atop Dun Na Cuaiche from where there is a spectacular view over the castle, town and loch. The town is also great gateway to the Highlands & Islands and provides an excellent base for day touring. 

From the South, exit the M74 at junction 4 and follow signs for Glasgow City centre (M8). Travel up the M8 taking junction 30 for the Erskine Bridge, and join the A82 to Dumbarton and Loch Lomond. At Tarbet, near the head of picturesque Loch Lomond, bear left onto the A83 signposted for Inveraray.

By Bus Scottish Citylink provide a regular bus service to Inveraray from Glasgow City Centre: Travel time is approximately 1hr 40 minutes.

Dalmally Railway Station: Approx 15 miles
Oban: 40 miles
Glasgow Airport: Approx 55 miles
Prestwick Airport: Approx 86 miles
Edinburgh: Approx 110 miles

Newton cottage south

May 2021
Absolutely fantastic cottage.couldn’t ask for more .will definitely be returning to this cottage .credit to the owners for making it so special


Great short break Sept 2020
I have stayed at this cottage a few times now and the location is excellent especially if you want to do some traveling around the area.
The cottage is very clean and has everything you need, I would highly recommend this quaint cottage.


Great cottage, Aug 2020

Great facilities and great location.
We thoroughly enjoyed our stay at Newton Cottage South and will certainly be back in the near future.


Loch view

4.2/5 Star Upfront review August 2018

Lovely cottage with water views.

Easy instructions for self check in.

Short walk to Inveraray castle.


Great cottage

5 Star Upfront review May 2018

This is a clean and comfortable cottage, large garden to the rear with stunning views to the front. We enjoyed our stay very much and look forward to returning.







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