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Self-Catering in Port Appin

The Cottage, Port Appin, Argyll

The Cottage
Airds Hotel
Port Appin

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2 bedroom cottage (for upto 4 guests) set in its own spacious garden in the grounds of The Airds Hotel. Open plan kitchen/dining area/lounge.
Fully fitted kitchen includes electric oven and hobs, dishwasher, washing machine, full height fridge/freezer and microwave.
Lounge has TV and DVD player with satellite freeview TV channels. It also has a stereo system and electric ‘wood burning effect’ stove heater.
The master bedroom has a king size bed (VI Spring) which can also be set up as twin beds. It also has a TV.
The second bedroom is twin bedded.
The bathroom has a bath and separate walk in shower and benefits from underfloor heating.
The cottage is decorated and fitted to the same high standards as the hotel.
The cottage is let by the week (shorter periods in low season) and the rate includes full Scottish breakfast in the hotel restaurant and daily servicing if required.


Months Open: All Year
Number of Units: 1
Unit Type: Cottage
Price Guide: 2 guests: £580 - £1240; 4 guests: £850 - £1600
Nearest Major Town: Oban
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