- Sleeps 22
Built in 1765, this imposing country house is offered in its entirety for self-catering holidays. Sleeping twenty-two (plus two babies) in eleven bedrooms, it makes an ideal choice for a gathering of family and friends, or work colleagues.
With 10m heated indoor swimming pool, billiard room, games room, TV lounge and large drawing room, it the ideal venue for larger groups all year round.
Unfussy but comfortably furnished, Ardgour House is not pretentious. Being a very old building, it does not pretend to be 'grand'. It offers basic but comfortable accommodation, with excellent facilities, at good value for money, per person per night.
Open log fires
The grand staircase
Three bedrooms with mahogany four-poster beds
Two babies' cots and two high chairs provided
Snooker room with full-sized billiard table
Thirty-six foot heated swimming pool - the swimming pool runs at approximately xdegrees (as long as the cover is put on after use!), which is about the same temperature as a local swimming pool.
Spiral staircase to viewing gallery
Playroom with selection of toys and full-sized table tennis table
Care has been taken to furnish the House in a traditional and comfortable style and there is central heating throughout the building. The accommodation is made up of the following:
Entrance Hall and seating area, Dining Room with open fire and twenty-foot dining table seating twenty-two. Snooker room. Large sitting room with open fire, colour TV satellite and video. Children's play room. Swimming Pool. Sauna. Large, well equipped kitchen with 2 electric cookers, microwave, 2 dishwashers, 2 large fridges, freezer, washer, drier and seating area. One twin bedded room. Bathroom and extra separate WC
Drawing room with open fire, Hi-fi with CD player, seating for twenty-two. Three bathrooms, two with showers.Two twin Bedrooms. Three double bedrooms with mahogany four poster beds.
Two double Bedrooms. Three twin Bedrooms. One Shower-room. One Bathroom with shower. One separate WC.
The gardens surrounding the house contain many species of rhododendron and trees, some over 300 years old. Fishing is available on the two lochs, in season, we have fishing rights on both. Fishing for salmon and sea trout can be arranged on a daily or weekly permit basis at reasonable cost from Ardgour Estate.