Fasgadh is bright, spacious, centrally heated, stylishly appointed, with three bedrooms accommodating up to 8. On the picturesque Holy Loch with beautiful views to Kilmun Aboretum, Fasgadh is ideal for family activities, walking & touring.
Your hosts will welcome you with a generous complimentary welcome pack of home baking, bread, butter, tea, coffee, sugar, milk, and a bottle of wine - all organic, wherever possible.
The main bedroom can be made up with a generous king-sized bed or twin beds and has an en-suite shower room. The second bedroom can also be made up with a generous king-sized bed or twin beds. The third bedroom has full sized bunk beds which can equally comfortably accommodate two children or two adults.
There is a stylishly furnished open plan living and dining area. The living area has sofas, tv, dvd player, cd player & radio and a large picture window to enjoy the views across the loch. The larger of the sofas can be made into a double bed which can provide additional accommodation, taking the capacity to 8.
The dining area also enjoys views to the front of the property overlooking the hills and loch. Connecting to the dining area is a well appointed, fully equipped kitchen.
The main bathroom is bright and contains a fully fitted suite with a large mirror and ample storage space.
The pretty garden contains flowering shrubs and grass, and there is a sunny, south-facing patio accessed by the back door. There is parking for two cars and also a shed which can be used for storage of bicycles or muddy/wet walking boots and clothes etc.
The inclusive charges include bed-linen, bathroom towels, kitchen towels and cloths, basic cleaning materials, average use electricity charges* and the complimentary welcome pack. (*If you use anything up to 10% over the average usage for your period of hire you will not be charged anything extra. If you use an excess of more than 10% over the average usage for your period of hire you will be charged for the excess usage at cost and this will be deducted from your deposit. For most people being responsible about their electricity usage, this will in effect mean that the hire charge will be inclusive of electricity and there will be nothing (or very little) additional to pay.)
DirectionsFrom the south and east via Glasgow
Take the M8, A8 & A770 following the signs for Greenock and Gourock. Look out for the signs (turning right off the A770) for the Caledonian MacBrayne or Western Ferries ferry terminals at Kempock Point on Gourock Bay and McInroy’s Point respectively. Though slightly further on, Western Ferries provides the better service as their sailings are more frequent and depart throughout more of the day than Caledonian MacBrayne and their terminal at Hunter’s Quay is also the nearer to Sandbank on your arrival. On arrival at Western Ferries ferry terminal turn right onto the A815 coast road and stay on it until you come to the Holy Loch Marina. Just after the Holy Loch Marina you will arrive at a T-junction (note your mileage) where you should turn right, taking you through the centre of Sandbank village. After 0.4 miles from the T-junction (at the only lamp-post on the seaward side of the road) turn left and Fasgadh will be facing you on your left hand side. If using Caledonian MacBrayne, again turn right onto the A815 coast road on leaving the ferry terminal. Almost immediately you will come to a mini-roundabout where you should take the first exit onto the A885 which is the main road (Argyll Street) running through the centre of Dunoon. Continue straight ahead at the traffic lights (note your mileage), leaving Dunoon and travelling through Sandbank village. After 2.8 miles from the traffic lights (at the only lamp-post on the seaward side of the road) turn left and Fasgadh will be facing you on your left hand side. We are currently awaiting delivery of signs which will be erected on the property and at the roadside. We will inform you of what to look out for when they are erected.From the north and west
Approach by way of the A82 & A83 (north) or A83 (west) and take the turning onto the A815 at Cairndow. Follow the A815 from Cairndow through St Catherines & Strachur. After 0.9 miles from the Sandbank sign (at the only lamp-post on the seaward side of the road) turn right and Fasgadh will be facing you on your left hand side. We are currently awaiting delivery of signs which will be erected on the property and at the roadside. We will inform you of what to look out for when they are erected.Scenic Route From Glasgow
You can also take a very beautiful, scenic route which will take only approximately 15 minutes longer than the motorway and ferry route above. Leave Glasgow on the M8 heading west in the direction of Greenock and Gourock. At Junction 30 take the turn-off signposted to Erskine Bridge and Dumbarton. Cross the bridge (toll-free) and turn left onto the A82. Continue on the A82 following signs for Loch Lomond & Crianlarich and then, at Tarbet take the A83 following the signs for Arrochar & Cairndow. Just before Cairndow turn left onto the A815 and then follow the directions above for approaching from the north and west.
Getting there by railway:- Regular train services to Gourock meet the ferries to Dunoon. From Dunoon it is a short taxi or bus journey, or it may be possible to arrange to be collected.
Getting there by aeroplane:- Glasgow and Prestwick are the nearest airports from which train and bus links will bring you to the ferries at Gourock or where hire cars are available.
Getting there by ferry:- From Gourock take Caledonian MacBrayne/Argyll Ferries (foot passengers only) or Western Ferries to Dunoon. Disembark and turn right onto the A815 &/or A885 to Sandbank. 0.4 miles after the A815/A885 junction in Sandbank village turn left and Fasgadh will be facing you on your left hand side.
|Fasgadh||£455 Per unit per week|
Note: Prices are a guide only and may change on a daily basis.