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St Malieu Hall, Inveraray, Loch Fyne, Argyll


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St Malieu Hall is a stylish house in Inveraray, set on the shore of Loch Fyne. Built in 1836, this dutch-gabled church was recently converted into a 4 star luxury holiday home. The open plan living/dining room and kitchen take full advantage of the beautiful setting, with two large picture windows overlooking the loch and the mountains beyond.

Inveraray is a charming conservation town, with one of its restaurants a firm favourite with the food critics and well patronised by St Malieu Hall guests (10 minute walk). Inveraray Castle is the home of the Clan Campbell Chief, the Duke of Argyll, and is well worth a visit. Within the estate there are some lovely walks. In the centre of the town lies the historic Jail and court (where children can experience being locked up!). One of Scotland's best whisky shops is also located in the town and the harbour is graced by an old sailing ship which serves as a maritime museum. There is a golf course for that early morning round, and a mile down the road there are stables that cater for all riding abilities. A short drive away is the National Trust's Crarae Gardens to stroll in and the Ardkinglas Gardens for another day. There is fishing and boat hire on Loch Awe - great fishing!

The famous Loch Fyne Oyster Bar is at the head of the loch, along with a brewery to visit. There are three Munroes to climb nearby, and it is not far to Glencoe for the more adventurous. Visiting Kilmartin Glen will connect you with our Neolithic ancestors and the early kings of Scotland. Whilst these are just some of the attractions nearby, there are many more to explore both in Inveraray and beyond.

  • Sleeps - 8
  • Bedrooms - 4 (2 double, 2 twin)
  • Bathrooms - 3
  • Dishwasher
  • Washing machine and tumble drier
  • Microwave
  • TV/DVD/stereo
  • Secluded patio with garden furniture and BBQ
  • Enclosed garden
  • Well behaved dogs only
  • Travel cot available on request
  • Short breaks in the low season
  • Within Inveraray
  • Glasgow Airport - 56 miles
  • Stations - Dalmally 16 miles, Arrocher 22 miles
  • Pubs and restaurants within the town
  • Golf in Inveraray + 22 courses within 30 miles
  • Fresh water fishing - 8 miles
  • Swimming pool and Spa in neighbouring hotel
  • Horse riding and clay pigeon shooting - 1 mile
  • Cycling, boating and cruises
  • Walking and climbing
  • Quad biking - 39 miles, Karting - 38 miles

Other attractions include Inveraray Castle, Maritime Museum, Inveraray Jail, National Trust's Crarae Garden, many other gardens, Cruachan Power Station, steam railways, distilleries and forest drive.

This former church was built in 1836 and now offers luxury 4 star self catering accommodation in Argyll. The house is on two levels with a galleried balcony overlooking an open plan living and dining area, with large picture windows offering fabulous views across Loch Fyne.

The top level comprises two large master bedrooms with king sized beds and en suite bathrooms. Below lie two twin bedrooms and a third bathroom with separate bath and shower.

Cooks will enjoy the large, well equipped kitchen (which includes a dishwasher - essential on a self-catering holiday!): and there is a separate utility room with washing machine and tumble drier.

To the rear of the holiday property there is a secluded patio area with barbeque and garden furniture. From here, steps lead up to a safely enclosed garden and parking area. This gives access to a footpath leading to Inveraray (500 metre walk) with its shops, hotels and pubs, and - not to be missed - the old 19th century Jail.

What's included:
Heating is included in the rental price and bed linen and towels are provided (but not for the cot).
King size beds in master bedrooms. Ample parking in the garden. Hairdryers in each bedroom.

From the south head for Glasgow. Follow M8 to junction 30. Cross Erskine Bridge. Follow A82 up Loch Lomond to Tarbet. Follow A83 through Arrocher to Inveraray.

Cost and availability.
This delightful self catering house is rented out year round.

Weekly lets are Friday from 4pm to Saturday 10am.

Short breaks are not available in high season, but may be available during low and mid seasons.

To book this self-catering property with wonderful views of Loch Fyne in the town of Inveraray, click the enquiry button below and see availability and rental prices.

St Malieu Hall, Newton, Inveraray, Argyll, PA32 8UR Scotland

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