Scottish Holiday Cottage by Loch Long & Loch Lomond
This character filled house is both beautiful and well equipped and can comfortably sleep up to twelve guests. Awarded four stars this is high quality self-catering accommodation by Loch Long & Loch Lomond. This beautiful part of Scotland is very popular with walkers and cyclists and the house itself is ideal for large families, groups and friends of all ages.
This Victorian property has many touches of a bygone time but also exudes a warm and homely feel. There are five bedrooms that can accommodate 10 + 2 people comfortably.
A large comfortable sitting room with wood burning stove, elegant dining room also with wood burning stove, and spacious country kitchen with range cooker comprise the main rooms of the house.
Mansefield House is delightfully located on the shores of Loch Long and has superb views of the loch, the Arrochar Alps and Argyll Forest Park. Loch Lomond lies 2 miles to the East. This spectacular part of Scotland in the heart of the Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park, offers visitors fabulous walking, climbing, golf, wilderness mountain biking, bike hire, fishing, canoeing, sailing and various other water sports are on the doorstep.
The house stands in an elevated position overlooking Loch Long and the Arrochar Alps beyond, with large private gardens of mature shrubs, trees and lawns.
An enclosed patio and lawned garden area leads off from the games room, with large table and benches, chairs, and a bbq.
The large sloping front lawn, surrounded by rhododendrons (perfect for hide and seek), leads down to a quiet road, which separates the house from the beach and Loch Long.
A burn runs down beside the house and out into the Loch.
The pebbled beach on the shores of Loch long is accessible from steps across the quiet road at the end of the garden. The Loch is tidal, and retreats far out at low tide revealing mussel beds. A range of sea birds and seals can be seen from the end of the garden.
Private parking can easily accommodate five cars.
Spacious sitting room overlooking garden and loch views beyond. Three large sofas, woodburning stove, CD stereo with iPod dock, TV, and DVD. Large elegant dining room with wood burning stove and piano. Fully equipped kitchen with Smeg dual fuel range cooker and everything you could need to cater for a large houseful. A central table makes it the sociable hub of the house. A fully equipped laundry / drying room, complete with Sheila Maid clothes airer, guarantees that all your wet gear will be dry by morning. A games room with a 6x3ft snooker table has doors leading to the patio and garden. Board games, books and DVDs. Ground floor double bedroom with en-suite shower room. Linen, towels, tea towels and hand towels provided. Beds made up for your arrival. The house is professionally cleaned before each guests arrival, and on departure.
First Floor Description
Twin room with 2 comfortable guest beds that can be used anywhere. Double bedroom with en-suite shower room and stunning loch views. Family sized double with loch views (and cot). The house accommodates up to 12, plus an infant. Family bathroom with roll top bath, shower and wc, and separate wc.
Window Views Description
Situated on the shores of Loch Long, Mansefield House has uninterrupted views of the loch, the Arrochar Alps and Argyll Forest Park. The house stands in an elevated position with large private gardens of mature shrubs, trees and lawns. Loch Lomond lies 2 miles to the East.
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Inveraray Castle is the ancestral home of the Duke of Argyll, Chief of the Clan Campbell and the iconic, must-see visitor attraction on the West Coast of Scotland.Visit Website
Right on the door step is Mansefield Studios, Contemporary Craft Gallery. Showcasing the work of independent Scottish designers and makers, you’ll find harris tweed homeware, lambswool knitwear, ceramics, jewellery, prints, candles and soaps.Visit Website
Eating and Drinking
Mansefield House sits on the legendary Seafood Trail which meanders through Argyll, through some of the most spectacular coastal scenery Scotland has to offer, enabling seafoodies to sample, share and enjoy seafood and shellfish from a wide variety of waterfront establishments.Visit Website
Sporting Attractions and Activities
Cruise Loch Lomond
Experience the magic of Loch Lomond’s magnificent scenery from the comfort of one of the cruises.Visit Website
Loch Lomond Canoe Safaris
Join one of our specialist sea safari guides in a leisurely days open (Canadian) canoe safari on Loch Long or Lomond. Visit the beautiful islands, explore the hunting grounds of Rob Roy MacGregor, keep your eyes peeled for capercaillies, fallow deer and red necked wallabies, then relax with a picnic lunch.Visit Website
Want to explore the National Park, but you don’t have your own bike? We offer a bike hire service from our very own Campbell Bike Workshop. We have a well looked after fleet of bikes suited to a mixture of terrains. You can explore the woodland routes in the Argyll and Queen Elizabeth Forest Parks. The East Loch Lomond Cycle Path takes you on a meandering path down loch lomondside. Stop at Inverybeg or Luss for lunch. Take a break at one of the beaches on the lochside.Visit Website
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