The Neuk

Tighnabruaich, Kames
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At a Glance
Sleeps 7
Wood Burner
Sea/Loch View
Washing Machine
The Property

The Neuk is set in a glorious waterfront location in the picturesque village of Kames, less than two hours from Glasgow. The views from this impressive home are simply breathtaking.

The magnificent views across the Kyles of Bute and beyond can be enjoyed from inside the house or from the various outside spaces such as the patio garden, the inviting log cabin or the beach.

Furnished to a high standard with a luxurious and contemporary flair The Neuk provides very homely and comfortable accommodation for up to seven guests.
The ground floor features a light and spacious open plan living room and kitchen with oak flooring throughout, underfloor heating, log burner, smart large screen TV with Sonos soundbar. Large comfortable sofas and a double seater swivel chair from which guests can enjoy the spectacular sea views through the large glass bay window and conservatory.  

The kitchen is very well equipped and includes an Everhot electric cooker, a double induction hob, a large American style fridge freezer, a Franke boiling water & filtered cold water tap. The highlight is the unique handmade oak kitchen table with sea views from the kitchen window.

The ground floor also features a dining/games/music room, a conservatory with sofas and French doors leading to an outside patio, a wetroom, a snug, a w/c, a back hall with boot storage and coat hanging and a utility room with Belfast sink, large washing machine and dryer and additional fridge and large electric cooker with induction hobs.
BEDROOMS: Upstairs there are three inviting king bedrooms, one with sea view and en-suite shower room and the other two with garden/woodland views and a shared bathroom with bath and shower. Note two of the king bedrooms are zip and link and can be converted to twin beds. Please request at time of booking your preference. All the bedrooms have fitted cupboards and comfortable beds.

BEDROOMS: The ground floor bedroom features one single bed and a comfortable single sofa bed. Please request if you require the sofa bed. This bedroom features an ensuite with walk-in shower, hand basin and toilet.

The outside space includes a sheltered and private patio equipped with large table and chairs for alfresco dining or sitting out with access from the back conservatory. There is a small raised terrace with table and two chairs outside the front door, perfect for enjoying a morning coffee. At the top of the garden there is a small log cabin which is ideal for relaxing, reading a book or sitting out on the terrace enjoying the spectacular views.
Directly across the small road The Neuk enjoys its own private access down to the sandy & rocky beach. Close to the water’s edge there is an enclosed grass area where guests can relax, enjoy the views and watch the passing boats and the abundant wildlife which can be spotted on or close to the rocky Rubha Mor point, where numerous birds, and occasionally dolphins and seals have been seen.
The perfect holiday getaway to relax and escape from the stresses of modern life; located close to local amenities in Kames which include a village store selling local produce and the Kames Hotel, restaurant and pub which is a 5-10 minute walk along the seafront.
The adjacent neighbouring village of Tighnabruaich offers cafes, restaurants, shops and an art gallery, and whether you enjoy sailing, golf, tennis, walking cycling or just chilling out, there is something for everybody here.
Portavadie Marina and Spa with its shop, restaurant, and indoor and outdoor pools is a short drive away.
There are many other interesting spots and attractions to explore in this very scenic part of Argyll’s Secret Coastline (Benmore Botanic Gardens, Bute House and Inverary Castle and jail to name a few).
Car Parking: In front of the house there is ample parking for two cars, with further parking across the small road.
Guest access: Kames and Tighnabruaich are scenic seaside villages with quiet roads which are well suited for walking or cycling and, if taking the car, street parking is available in most public areas.
Other things to note: 
NB: The garden is still work in progress; there is a small stream and some steep slopes which are potentially dangerous and are not suitable for very young children without close adult supervision. There are some safety fences in place but care needs to be taken at all times by guests.
Sorry no pets & no stag/hen parties please.
Please bring your own capsules for the Nespresso coffee machine.
Safety Features: Smoke alarms, Carbon monoxide detector, Fire extinguisher, Fire blanket.
Cleanliness & Disinfecting: Use of cleaning chemicals that are effective against Coronavirus, linens, towels and laundry washed in accordance with local authority guidelines.  Guest accommodation is disinfected between stays.
Newly renovated for Spring 2022
Waterfront location
Spectacular sea views
Private access to beachside garden with enclosed grass beachfront area
Log cabin with sheltered terrace (frameless glass ballustrade)
Central heating (underfloor for ground floor & radiators for bedrooms)
Two sided cassette log burning stove
Firewood in log cupboard beside is complementary
Smart TV with Sonos bar
Sonos sound system
Wi-Fi throughout
Electric Everhot stove & induction hob
Handmade oak kitchen table
Large fridge freezer with icemaker
Franke boiling hot water & filtered cold water tap
Nespresso coffee machine (NB please bring own capsules)
Washing machine & dryer
High quality linen and towels
Two bathrooms, one with bath and one with shower
Additional downstairs wetroom with shower
Private car parking
Enclosed garden
Conservatory with access to sheltered and private outdoor patio
Small terrace with frameless glass ballustrade (front of house)
Sorry no pets allowed
Good housekeeping security deposit £350 Pre-authorised by credit card
The Neuk
Shore Road
PA21 2AF

Directions and full address to be advised in Key & Arrival Instructions after final balance is paid.
Kames is a small coastal village on the Cowal Peninsula in Argyll and Bute, Scotland, on the shore of the west arm of the Kyles of Bute. Approximately 80 miles from Glasgow by road, a perfect tranquil holiday spot. Known as one of the most scenic drives in Scotland, a drive along the narrow roads chisled out the hill side offers some of the best views of the Bute, Arran and the Ayrshire coasts and the hills. 
Bordered by Loch Fyne and the Kyles of Bute, this is an area of stunning natural beauty, with hills, glens, rugged coastlines, white beaches, clear waters and ancient forests. The whole area is steeped in Highland history and dotted with ruins, castles and ancient sites.




Beautiful Stay

5/5 Upfront Reviews - April 2023

The cottage is well equipped and comfortable, the garden and views are fantastic. Look forward to returning


The Neuk

AirBnB Review - August 2022
Superb holiday destination, five stars all round.

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