Situated on the banks of Loch Long, one of the magnificent sea lochs of Scotland, Knockderry House is a fabulous country house in Argyll and Bute yet near Loch Lomond and Helensburgh and perfect for relaxing, short breaks and exclusive use, small weddings.
Our 15 bedrooms convey a warm and inviting style of their own. The Library Suite, Master Rooms and most of the King rooms have inviting views of Loch Long and the Arrochar ‘Alps’ beyond. Standard Doubles and Smalls Double rooms are discretely located at the side and rear of the building.
We include numerous thoughtful touches: luxury fabrics, crisp Egyptian cotton, Krupp’s coffee makers, sumptuous bathrobes and Arran Aromatics toiletries. All rooms have flat screen televisions, some with DVD players. Free Wi- Fi access is available throughout the hotel including all bedrooms, although wifi strength can be variable due to our location. All rooms are, of course, en-suite and Master Rooms have a roll top bath.
Knockderry enjoys an enviable reputation for excellent food and drink sourced from quality local suppliers. Dinner is served in the old wood-panelled dining room of the original house with its glorious stained glass and a charming outlook over Loch Long.
During the summer, the garden terrace is the ideal place for a light lunch or an early evening drink overlooking the lochside. In winter, the Drawing Room with its magnificent woodcarving and glorious crackling fires makes for a suitably comfortable and relaxing environment in which to unwind at the end to a day walking, sailing or exploring the local area.
Owned by Murdo and Beth MacLeod and their excellent team of local staff with multiple awards for hospitality and quality of food, Knockderry House offers a truly Scottish country house welcome to all visitors to Cove and the Rosneath Peninsula and Argyll and Bute.
The unique coastline, fairy-tale castles and famous distilleries, mean there is so much to do and see. The hotel is within easy reach of Loch Lomond, Loch Fyne and the historic town of Inveraray, yet it is less than an hour's drive from Glasgow and less from Glasgow Airport.
|King Room||£155 Per room per night (room only)|
|Library Suite||£195 Per room per night (room only)|
|Master Bedroom||£175 Per room per night (room only)|
|Small Doubles||£100 Per room per night (room only)|
|Standard Double Room||£120 Per room per night (room only)|
Note: Prices are a guide only and may change on a daily basis.
This celebration weekend has all the ingredients that make getting together with friends so special – a relaxing stay, great Scottish dining and a fantastic ceilidh band that’ll keep you dancing long into the night. It will follow a similar pattern to our beloved Hogmanay weekends with a couple of twists.
The St Andrew’s Ceilidh Weekend package includes:
Crowded Croft ceilidh band has played several times for us and combines the talents of Helensburgh lads Andy Clark and Alasdair Allan on guitar and fiddle and another ‘Helensburger’, Andy Bruce on drums – and we are truly excited to see them again!Prices
The Library Suite: £550
Master Room: £470
King Room: £440
Standard Double Bedroom: £410
Small Double Bedroom: £360
To book this offer please call us on 01436 842283.
Our menus will be finalised a couple of months before the event, however, if you have any special dietary requests or wish to discuss this offer with a member of our team then call us on 01436 842283.
Please refer to the offer terms and conditions.
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