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Hotels in Dunoon

Abbot's Brae
West Bay
Dunoon
Argyll

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Nestled high amongst established woodland with sensational views over the Firth of Clyde and surrounded by some of the most breathtaking scenery you will ever see, Abbots Brae has earned for itself an enviable reputation as a luxurious home away from home.

Abbot's Brae is a lovely small family-run Hotel situated in its own woodland garden. Eight spacious bedrooms are individually named after places within the stunning Cowal Peninsula, with each room displaying photographs and the history related to the place-name.

Guests always comment on the breathtaking views of the sea and hills and its peaceful secluded setting, yet it is only one mile from Dunoon town centre, home to the world's most spectacular Highland Games.

Dunoon is situated at the western gateway to the Loch Lomond National Park, only one hour from Glasgow International Airport and provides a perfect location to explore this outstanding area of the Scottish Highlands.

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Ratings/Awards: STB 4 Star
Number of Rooms: 8
Number Ensuite: 8
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Cuisine: Modern Scottish

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Special Offers

Seasonal Breaks in Scotland
Friends for Free!
Book 2 double rooms for 1 nights B&B and invite 2 of your friends to stay for free!
The only condition is that you all must dine in the hotel.
This offer applies to all rooms and is available all year - it cannot be used in conjunction with any other seasonal break or offer.

Autumn breaks in Scotland
valid from 1st September to 30th November
Stay for 3 nights and pay for only 2!

Winter breaks in Scotland
valid from 1st December to 28th February
• £40 per person per night bed & breakfast for a 2 night stay in any garden facing room!
• £45 per person per night bed & breakfast for a 2 night stay in any sea facing room!
• £70 per person per night dinner bed and breakfast in any room!

Spring breaks in Scotland
valid from 1st March to 31st May
Enjoy a great offer during the Spring months - stay for at least two nights B&B and get great discounts off our normal tariff!

Offers posted Wed 17th Oct 2012

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Sample Menu:


To Start
Homemade Soup with Homemade Bread
West Coast Mussels in White Wine, Garlic and Parsley
Haggis, ŒNeeps & Tatties with Malt Whisky Sauce
Grilled Sea Bass, Warm Potato Salad with Balsamic Glaze
Caramelised Onion Tart with Salad Leaves & Blue Cheese Sauce

To Follow-
Fillet of Beef, Bubble & Squeak Cake, Grilled Tomato, Mushroom Gravy
Roast Ardentinny Venison Fillet, Creamy Mash with Braised Red Cabbage, Game
Gravy
Roast Chicken Breast wrapped in Ayrshire Bacon with Roast Potatoes, Carrots
and Giblet Gravy
Steamed Fillet of Argyll Salmon, Sweet Pepper Rice and Oyster Sauce
Roast and Sun Dried Tomato Risotto with Parmesan Crisp and Small Salad

To Finish -
Our Own Sticky Toffee Pudding with Butterscotch Sauce
Traditional Lemon Posset with Drambuie Steeped Oranges
Scottish Strawberry Shortbread Tower with Homemade Ice Cream
Homemade Bread & Butter Pudding with Custard
Scottish Farmhouse Cheeses, Fruit and Oatcakes

*****

Fresh Fairtrade Coffee or Tea and Homemade Sweets
Dinner is priced from £25

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