Accommodation

2014-04-14 08.37.46Spinnaker View is a stylish, modern and comfortable one-bedroom apartment. It is an ideal place for a relaxing break or to use as a base to explore Cowal and the south west of Argyll. It is easy to find, located on the quiet road from Dunoon to the small village of Toward. The beautiful, ever-changing seascape of the Clyde Approaches is right outside your windows!

 

Facilities at a glance

Modern living area, all on one level???????????????????????????????
Double bedroom
Shower-room
Gas central heating & high power combi
Washer/dryer machine
Dishwasher
Microwave
Fridge with ice compartment
Parking area in front of apartments
Free unlimited WiFi
Flat screen TV with Freesat
DVD player & DVD library
CD player (with audio docking for phones etc.) & CDs
Books
Iron & Ironing Board

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Living area with 2 seater sofa, armchair, flat screen TV with Freesat, DVD player, CD player/music dock and radio. WiFi available throughout apartment. Kitchen dining area with table and 2 chairs, fridge with ice compartment, electric fan oven/grill, hob with gas rings, microwave, dishwasher and a set of high quality crockery, cutlery, glasses and an extensive range of top quality cooking and food preparation equipment.Washer-dryer machine.

 

Bedroom
Main double bedroom with double bed, bedsideSpinnaker_view_2015_25522be9b9d554.jpg
tables with reading lights and plenty of storage.

Shower room
Shower cubicle, basin, WC, mirror and
shaving point.

Pets
We are very pet friendly and your pets are welcome by prior arrangement, but must be kept under control at all times.

Under Scottish Law: there is no smoking in the property, please.

Amenities

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Across the road, a small seating area with benches is popular with residents for morning coffee and watching the morning sun across the Clyde.

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