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£339-1787 per week, sleeps 5

Pier View

Dunoon, PA23 8TJ     Tel: 01244 352022


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Pier View is an attached cottage resting in the Argyll and Bute village of Blairmore, near Dunoon. It boasts three bedrooms: a super king-size double, a king-size double (zip/link can be twins on request) and a single, sleeping five people altogether. There is also a shower room, ground floor cloakroom, kitchen and living/dining room with woodburning stove. To the exterior is off-road parking for 1 car, a front enclosed area with table and chairs and a patio at the rear with table and chairs. Pier View is a lovely escape to Scottish walking country.

Accommodation

Three bedrooms: 1 x super king-size hypnos double, 1 x super king-size hypnos double (zip/link can be twins on request), 1 x small single suitable for a child or for use as a study with computer table. Shower room with walk-in shower, basin and WC. Ground floor cloakroom with WC. Kitchen. Living/dining room with woodburning stove.

Amenities

Electric heating from 100% renewable sources with a woodburning stove. Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, coffee/espresso machine, washer/dryer, radio, Smart HD TV with Freesat, WiFi with USB docking station to charge mobile devices, selection of games. Fuel, power and starter pack for fire/stove inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Cot and highchair available on request. Private parking at rear for 1 car and off-road parking in front. Outside storage available for bicycles and sports equipment if required. Front enclosed area with table and chairs, patio at rear with table and chairs. One well-behaved dog welcome. Sorry, no smoking. Pub, newsagent and post office 1 mile. Note: This property can sleep a maximum of four adults and one child. Note: There is an honesty box of wines and a hairdryer provided at this property
 

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