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£671-5288 per week, sleeps 9

Clutha Cottage

Port Bannatyne, Isle Of Bute, PA20 0QP     Tel: 01244 352022

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Clutha Cottage is a fabulous getaway located on the Kames Estate, surrounded by mature grounds, near the village of Port Bannatyne. This Isle of Bute cottage boasts four bedrooms; two ground floor doubles, one with en-suite shower room, one family room with double and single bed and a twin room, sleeping nine people altogether. There is also a ground floor bathroom, a kitchen/diner, sitting room with woodburning stove, as well as a first floor snug. To the outside is off-road parking for 3 cars, along with a shared, enclosed garden with private decking and patio furniture, as well as shared use of an all-weather tennis court, football nets, putting green, walled garden, gardens. Clutha Cottage enjoys a wonderful location to be enjoyed by families, friends and couples alike.


Four bedrooms: 2 x ground floor doubles (one with en-suite shower, basin and WC), 1 x family room with double and single bed, 1 x twin. Ground floor bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Kitchen/diner. Sitting room with woodburning stove. First floor snug.


Central heating. Log burner (guests may help themselves to logs from their cottage log store). Electric oven and hob, fridge/freezer, washing machine, microwave, hairdryer, TV, DVD and dishwasher. Free WiFi. Fuel and power included in rent. Bed linen and towels included in rent (changed weekly). Travel cot and highchair available on request. Off-road parking adjacent to property. Small decked area with seating. Direct access to walled garden. Stone BBQ
Shared use of an all-weather tennis court, football nets, putting green and walled garden with croquet. Sorry, no smoking. Sorry, no pets. Shop and pub 15 mins walk.

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