Our Lodges

Ferrypoint

3 Bedroom - Sleeps 6

Situated on the fringe of Loch Lomond National Park [2miles] with panoramic waterside views to the Gareloch north and Clyde estuary to the south Ferrypoint House has an amazing location on a small private peninsula on the shores of the Gareloch and lies within the conservation village of Rhu.

Located within 2.2 acre gardens it is steeped in history having been previously owned by the Duke of Argyll and subsequently Princess Louise the daughter of Queen Victoria.This new ultra modern purpose built house offers luxury in every detail with a 20metre long feature glass wall bringing the great outdoor views inside.

It's position on the water's edge enjoys fantastic views across the loch to the mountains beyond. Offering 3000sq ft of accommodation Ferrypoint's rooms are all spacious with two large lounges, two fully fitted kitchens, three super king bedrooms all with ensuite, overhead walkway, additional toilet, private garden, extensive decking, patio, BBQ, perfect for families and friends to enjoy. The property is all inclusive of central heating, Wifi, full Sky Tv package and Netflix, 62" Tv's in both lounges with HDMI connections for games consoles, movies etc and large Tv's in all bedrooms.

Enjoy a relaxing stay within the local area which offers beautiful scenery with walks, climbing ,horse riding, sailing etc or also ideally situated to combine your stay with a touring holiday of the west coast , islands and highlands a short drive away.

 Ferrypoint House includes corporate membership to the 5 Star Cameron House Carrick Spa Country Club and 18 hole golf course on Loch Lomond (12 min

drive) where you can enjoy full spa facilities and golf included as part of your package.

There are restaurants and Inns a short walk from the house and the seaside town of Helensburgh (1.5 miles) along the coast offers numerous restaurants and bars. An excellent bus service every 30 min stops 300 yds from the house taking 6 min to Helensburgh or in the other direction it goes around the Cowal Peninsula to Kilcreggan where a ferry service takes you across the Clyde estuary to Gourock.

At Helensburgh train station you can take the west highland line up the Scottish coast to Mallaig via the Glanfinnan Viaduct [in Harry Potter films for the Hogwarts], Fort William and Oban [considered to be one of the most scenic railway trips in the world]. Also frequent direct train services to both Edinburgh and Glasgow from Helensburgh.

Glasgow airport 23 miles

Glasgow 34 miles