|Parking||ON STREET||Garden||garden with seating area|
|Short breaks||N/A||Prices||view details|
|2 person discount||No||Fire/Woodburner||No|
Treetops is a cosy first floor flat located on the charming Isle of Bute. The island nestles just off the Cowal peninsula and can be accessed by ferry from Wemyss Bay or Colintraive. Treetops enjoys an elevated position overlooking the village of Ardbeg which sits between Port Bannatyne and Rothesay. From the lounge window the view is eastward over the sea, with a fantastic panorama of the Firth of Clyde, over to the Cowal hills and Wemyss Bay. The small galley kitchen is well equipped. The bedroom is spacious with a double bed at one end and a single bed at the other. The flat has access to its own private enclosed garden area with outdoor seating and garage, ideal for storing bikes and canoes etc. A ten minute stroll will take you down to the sea front and Port Bannatyne with its new Marina and award winning pub being less than a mile away.Read more about Treetops
Property is all on first floor level, heated by electricity and comprises:
Entrance through shared porch and then independent access to....
Lounge/Diner: With decorative fireplace, small TV, DVD, radio/CD and dining area with view over the Firth of Clyde.
Kitchen: With electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge and freezer.
Bedroom: With one double bed (access from one side only) and one single bed
Shower Room: With shower enclosure, WC and wash basin
All electricity, bed linen and towels included. Travel cot, high chair and stair gate available.
Partially fenced garden area with outdoor seating. Garage space ideal for storage of bicycles, canoes etc. Laundry service available in Rothesay. Quiet on street parking
|Nearest town||Rothesay||Shops||200 Yards|
|Distance||2 Miles||Restaurant||0.5 Mile|
|Nearest railway station||Wernyss Bay||Pub||0.5 Mile|
|Distance||2 Miles plus ferry crossing (35 minutes)||Lake|
The Isle of Bute has an amazing amount of activities and places of interest to visit for such a small island. You're bound to find something for all the family to enjoy. The fabulous Victorian Gothic Mount Stuart House is a must to see. Rothesay is famous for its Victorian sea front, promenade, putting green and palm trees! You could while away an afternoon strolling along the esplanade, wandering in and out of the various shops, exploring Rothesay Castle or watching the ferries come and go, perhaps even go on the Paddle Steamer Waverley in the summer months. There is a local swimming pool and the Winter Gardens have been converted into a cinema and tourist office. For outdoor enthusiasts there are many activities - walk the “West Island Way” or hire a bike and explore the island. There is trout fishing on Loch Fad or the Quien Loch (permits required); alternatively you can cast a line out to sea. From the coastal roads seals and an abundance of birds can be seen. There are three golf courses, 4 bowling greens, tennis courts and pony trekking is also available. There are many archaeological finds with over 5,500 years of history on the island, so a visit to Bute museum is very interesting. Sea kayaking around the island can be enjoyed and boat hire is available. The island provides lots to see around the villages and historical sites. There are many sandy beaches to explore, like the west facing Ettrick Bay which is ideal for family outings, with its excellent tea room at the end of the “Tramway Walk” from Port Bannatyne – a great place for all.
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Stunning property, everything you could possibly need was provided, the property is very well decorated, the views out to sea are the selling point of this property, amazing , we sat many hours watching the ferry and other boats come in and out, the town is a easy 10 mins walk, or 2 min car journey . All tourist information was supplied by property owners, so we was never wondering what we could do, I would highly recommend this property. We had a lovely break.
Great place. I have to say the pictures really don't do the property justice, the view from the dining table across the water is simply great, I spent a good few hours just watching the boats sailing past. Property is also closer to the sea than it appears in the description, a leisurely 2 minute stroll and you're on the sea front itself, turn left for Port Bannatyne and the delights of the Russian Tavern, turn right for a nice flat 1 miles (ish) walk into Rothesay. Bute itself is a great place too
The standard of decoration and cleanliness were excellent. The view from the window - amazing. Due to its position, there were no houses looking into the living room or the bedroom. This made it very private. If the weather had been better, I would definitely have made use of the garden. I was in contact with the owner who could not have been more helpful and friendly. A fantastic property at any time of the year. I will most certainly make a return visit to this property.
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