From £120 a night with a three night minimum stay
Sleeping 4 in 2 bedrooms, Rose is perfect for small groups or romantic getaways.
The Kitchen, Dining and Sitting Room
The kitchen is superbly equipped for people who like to cook. There’s a Neff oven, along with an
induction hob, Magimix food-processor, hand held electric whisk, plenty of saucepans (including a big one) and sharp knives.
It is warm, well insulated, with underfloor-heating downstairs, a large wood-burning stove and as much wood as you need. There’s free wireless broadband, a TV, DVD, CD player, and is stocked with books and board games.
For guests with children there are cots, highchairs, toys, games and books and an unsupervised outdoor trampoline for the older ones.
The porch is ideal for drying wet clothes, boots and dogs. Well behaved dogs are welcome by arrangement and with care, although it is preferred that they sleep in the porch and they are not allowed upstairs, in bedrooms or on soft furnishings.
If self catering for you, is all about cooking great food, then look here for eating in information.
But on those days you want it done for you, click here for where to eat out!
The Hot Tub and Patio
There is a barbecue which runs on charcoal. Tables and chairs are in a wonderfully secluded, sunny spot facing south towards Loch Sunart. The hot tub is easily accessed from the patio in front of the sitting room and is for the exclusive use of guests staying at Honeysuckle House and Rose Cottage.
There is one double bedroom and one twin bedroom. The double room has a king-size bed, and the twin room can be turned into a super king-size zip and link double. There are two additional single beds which can be added anywhere. There is a charge of £50 per bed-space and £20 per cot. Please include these in the appropriate space on the Booking Form. There are large goose-down duvets (synthetic are available), extremely comfortable mattresses and no sofa-beds, so everyone will get a good night’s sleep.
Both bedrooms have en-suite bathrooms, are fully tiled with underfloor heating and are stocked with huge fluffy towels, soaps and loo paper. Although the house plan shows a bath downstairs, it was decided to create a spacious wet-room instead. There is a baby bath available for toddlers and babies.