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St Malieu Hall.
Self Catering Accommodation. Sleeps 8.
This luxury self catering holiday accommodation situated on the shores of Loch Fyne provides the ideal setting for your holiday in the Southern Highlands of Scotland; offering space, comfort, and magnificent views over the loch. Well behaved dogs are welcome.
St Malieu Hall is a delightful historic building offering four star self-catering holiday accommodation in Inveraray, Argyll. The house has been tastefully modernised for the comfort of up to 8 guests, and affords spectacular views over Loch Fyne and the mountains beyond.
The house is on two levels with a galleried balcony overlooking the stylish open plan living and dining room. Two large feature windows reveal spectacular views of Loch Fyne and Cowal. St Malieu Hall can comfortably sleep up to eight guests, boasting two double and two twin bedrooms, with 3 bathrooms (2 en suite), and grand living area, making the accommodation ideal for family or friends to get together. We also allow well behaved dogs who may appreciate some of the many lovely walks in the area.
To the rear of the property is a secluded patio area, with barbecue and seating for eight people. From here, steps lead to a safely enclosed garden, and off-road parking. This also gives access to a footpath to the town centre (a few minutes’ walk) with its shops, cafes, restaurants, pubs and visitor attractions, including its famous Castle, Jail, Bell Tower and George Hotel. For that extra bit of indulgence, you can enjoy the sauna, spa, swimming pool and more at the Loch Fyne Spa Hotel, only few minutes’ walk from the house.
Argyll is an unspoilt landscape of hills, glens and lochs, the traditional Kingdom of the Scots and birthplace of the Scottish nation. It has more coastline than France due to its many fjord-like inlets and bays. Famous for its hill bred beef, lamb and venison, and fresh seafood from the coast and sea lochs, it is also home to some of Scotland’s most sought-after malt whisky.
Inveraray is the traditional county town of Argyll and ancestral home of the Duke of Argyll, who founded the town in 1745, alongside his new dwelling, Inveraray Castle. Much of the town was designed and built by the Edinburgh-born architect Robert Mylne between 1772 and 1800.More
You will find an extensive range of cooking and serving utensils and dishes in the spacious kitchen, with
plenty of storage space for your own food supplies.
Cooker, hob, microwave, fridge, freezer and dishwasher are fitted units.
10 x large plates
10 x medium plates
10 x small plates
20 x shallow bowls
8 x deep bowls
10 x cups
10 x saucers
10 x mugs
2 x large jugs
1 x medium jugs
1 x small jug
1 x cream jugs
2 x cafetiers
1 x coffee pot
large oval serving dish
small oval serving dish
2 x butter dishes
salt & pepper pots
2 x sugar/jam dishes
8 x ramekin dishes
Glassware and Ovenware
8 x glass desert dishes
3 x casserole dishes
2 x measuring jugs
pyrex dish with lid
oval pyrex dish
large glass fruit bowl
Wood and Plasticware
8 x egg cups
10 x children’s plastic cups
Large wooden fruit bowl
2 x wooden chopping boards
wooden pepper mill
2 x toast racks
selection of plastic storage boxes
Selection of plastic chopping boards
8 x champagne flutes
12 x wine glasses
8 x squash glasses
8 x beer glasses
8 x pint tumblers
8 x liqueur glasses
10 x knives
10 x side knives
10 x fish knives
10 x forks
10 x desert forks
10 x fish forks
10 x soup spoons
10 x desert spoons
10 x teaspoons
2 x large ladles
2 x small ladles
2 x serving spoons
2 x serving forks
2 x butter knives
2 x cake slices
2 x tin openers
ice cream scoop
6 x assorted kitchen knives
2 x basting brushes
selection of wooden spoons
Cooking and baking implements
3 x plastic mixing bowls
2 x sieves
2 x pyrex bowls
2 x medium pans with lids
1 large pan with lid
2 x frying pans
2 x roasting trays
2 x storage baskets
2 x trays
selection of bags & foils
wash basin and assorted cleaning materials
Here you will find the washing machine and tumble drier, along with the following: electric fan, ironing board, steam iron, floor brush, dustpan & brush, clothes basket, peg bag, sponge & bucket, dog towel as required
LIVING /DINING ROOM
This open plan area affords magnificent views over the loch from the large church windows. Here you can relax on comfortable settees, read the paper at the round dining table or chat with friends as you prepare food in the adjoining kitchen – all whist listening to some carefully selected Scottish music. There is a selection of games, books, CDs and DVDs for your enjoyment. There is wide screen TV with surround sound. Instruction manuals, maps and a guide book are available for your information.
All beds have orthopaedic mattresses, electric blankets and duvets which can be changed according to preference: summer weight; medium weight, or winter weight.
Storage is provided by wardrobes; chest of drawers; bedside tables, and dressing tables equipped with hairdryers and table lamps.
A cot is available for use for which we ask guests to supply their own child’s bedding.
A separate lighting circuit has been installed which allows bedside lamps to be switched on and off at both door and bedside in the upstairs rooms.
There are three bathrooms, all fitted with showers and baths, heated floors, heated towel rails and shaver sockets. As with the rest of the house, the bathrooms have been styled individually.
There is generous hanging space for coats in the front hall. Stairs in the back hallway lead to the gallery and upper floor, whilst downstairs there is an airing cupboard off the hall.
There is a landscaped area to the rear of the house, equipped with 8 chairs, table and parasol. A shed provides storage for your bicycles. Here you will also find a barbeque, clothes drier and sun-lounger.
This enclosed area provides ample parking for 4 cars and is reached via a lane to the rear of the property.
Terms & Conditions
St malieu Hall Holiday Letting - Terms & Conditions of Hire
The agreement shall be between StMalieu Hall (herinafter call the Owner) and the party named in the booking form who is responsible to pay the rent in full (hereinafter called the holidaymaker) on the following Terms and Conditions.
The holidaymaker warrants that the holiday accommodation named in the booking form is to be used for the purposes of a holiday and so accepts that the letting is a “holiday” let, namely “a tenancy the purpose of which is to confer on the holidaymaker the right to occupy the subjects for a holiday only” as governed by Scots Law.
The holidaymaker undertakes to maintain and leave the said accommodation and its furnishings and fittings in the same condition as at the commencement of this holiday let and none of the furnishings and fittings shall be removed from the said accommodation at any time.
Any damage or breakages are required to be reported in good time to facilitate repair or replacement, and the holidaymaker is liable for any reasonable repair or replacement costs.
At the end of their holiday, the holidaymaker binds and obliges himself or herself to vacate the said holiday accommodation without demand.
The holidaymaker shall ensure that the holiday accommodation is securely locked when not occupied during the period of the holiday let.
The holidaymaker shall not sublet the said holiday accommodation or any part thereof.
The number of persons occupying the said holiday accommodation shall not exceed the numbers of the party stated on the booking form.
The holidaymaker shall undertake to prevent any member of his party from causing a nuisance or disturbance to other residents or occupiers in the neighbourhood. In the event of a problem arising, the Owner has the right to ask the holidaymaker to leave.
The holidaymaker will indemnify the Owner against any claim which may arise as a result of (a) this holiday letting and /or (b) the holidaymaker’s occupation and uses of the said accommodation and/or (c) the holidaymaker’s breach of the terms hereof.
The holidaymaker or any of their party may not smoke in the property.
Well behaved dogs are welcome. Dogs are not allowed on settees or beds. Prior to departure the holidaymaker is required to inspect the patio, car park and garden areas for dog mess which they must remove.
Cancellation. The holidaymaker is liable for the total hire charge unless the Owner is able to re-let the holiday. If the property can be re-let, the cost will be reimbursed minus a £50 admin charge and any late booking discount required to re-market the property. Every effort will be made to re-let a cancelled booking but the holidaymaker is advised to take out holiday insurance to cover that eventuality. No insurance is included in the quoted holiday costs.
A deposit of one third of the cost is required within seven days of provisionally booking the accommodation in order to confirm the booking. This can be done directly when booking through the Website, or by cheque made payable to Richard Arnot and sent to 148 Newhaven Road, Edinburgh, EH6 4PZ.
The full cost of the holiday must be paid by six weeks prior to the start of the let period.
A good housekeeping deposit of £100 is required in addition to the rental charge by 6 weeks prior to the start of the booking. This is refundable subject to the condition of the property once vacated. Any damage or additional cleaning over and above that reasonably expected will incur a cost which will be taken from this deposit. The deposit can also be withheld if more people use the property than it is advertised to sleep.
Holidaymakers are required to utilise the wheelie bins provided for the disposal of household refuse. The two wheelie bins are clearly marked for general rubbish or paper & cardboard, and a charge will be made if it is found necessary to separate household refuse from the cardboard & paper bin.
If booking of holiday is within 6 weeks of commencement of holiday payment in full is required at the time of booking.
Prices quoted do not include any additional costs brought about by the use of credit cards or foreign currency exchange.
The property Owners reserve the right to change facilities quoted on the web site due to errors or omissions. The property Owners reserve the right to alter or withdraw amenities or facilities, which have been advertised as being available where reasonably necessary due to repairs or maintenance; weather conditions, and circumstances beyond their control.
The holidaymaker agrees to allow the property Owner and its agents reasonable access to the property.
Your vehicles and their accessories and contents are left entirely at own risk..
Complaints, any queries or complaints arising when you arrive at the property or during your stay (regarding maintenance and facilities) should be addressed in the first instance by contacting the owners on 0131 554 4257 and in writing thereafter to 148 Newhaven Road, Edinburgh, EH6 4PZ. No guarantee can be given that the Owner will be able to remedy any defects or answer any queries you may have but they will endeavour to assist you.
Holiday accommodation will be available by 4pm on the day of arrival (possibly earlier by agreement) and must be vacated by 10am on the morning of departure.
If the property Owner is affected by circumstances which are beyond reasonable control (including without limitation flood; storm; fire; employment strikes; urgent unforeseen repairs required to property; telecommunications access problems; destruction or damage of the property, or road blockages) then, the property Owner shall notify you immediately of the extent and nature thereof.
The property Owner shall not be deemed to be in breach of this Agreement, or otherwise liable to you, by reason of any delay in performance or non-performance of any of its obligations hereunder (to the extent that such delay or non-performance is caused by circumstances beyond their reasonable control).
The Property Owner will procure the refund of any monies held in respect of such bookings for the Property which are cancelled due to circumstances beyond their control and shall constitute the full liability of the Property Owner.
Limited liability, except in respect of any death or personal injury claim caused by the negligence of the Property Owner. The Property Owner cannot accept liability for any damage, expense or loss of any nature whatsoever suffered by any person(s) from any cause whatsoever.
Save in respect of any death or personal injury claim caused by the negligence of the Property Owner, any other liability of the Property Owner under this Agreement shall be limited to the rental value of the relevant booking at the Property.
The Property Owner shall not be liable to you for any loss of profit, consequential loss or other indirect losses under the terms of this Agreement.
For the avoidance of doubt, the Property Owner will take every care to ensure that the accuracy of property descriptions and information contained on the websites are correct at the time of publication. However in the event of any good faith error, the Property Owner cannot accept any liability. There are no warranties, conditions, guarantees or representations as to description merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose or other warranties, conditions, guarantees or representations whether express implied by statute or otherwise oral or in writing except as provided herein or such as cannot be excluded by law.
The use of any amenities, where offered, such as barbeques etc is entirely at the user's risk and no responsibility can be accepted by the Property Owner for any death or personal injury (save to the extent that such death or personal injury was caused by the negligence of the Property Owner). No liability for any other loss or damage in connection with the use of such amenities is accepted.
This policy only applies to the Owners websites and not to the websites of other companies, individuals or organisations to which we provide links.
You signify your consent to us collecting and using this information by your use of this website. Should for any reason we elect to change our Policy, we will notify you of those changes here, so that you are always kept informed of how we collect and use the information, and when we would disclose it.
Information Collected and How Is It Used?
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Will We Disclose the Information We Collect?
Your privacy is important to us. We will not sell, rent, trade or otherwise disclose your personal information to any third party. However, we may share this information with those companies working on behalf of the Owner. These partners will store and use your information to provide you with services that a) you have personally requested or b) the Owner feels is necessary to keep you informed. At no point will these partners use your information for any secondary purposes.
The Owner may provide aggregate statistics about our services, customers, traffic patterns and other site information to third parties, but these statistics will not include any information that could personally identify you.
The Owner reserves the right to access and disclose individually identifiable information to comply with applicable laws and lawful government requests, to operate its systems properly or to protect itself or its users.
How Do We Protect Your Information?
When you input ant personal information, a protected financial server is used. This lets you input information safely whilst effectively preventing that information from being accessed by unauthorised persons. In addition, we have strict security procedures covering the storage and disclosure of your information in order to prevent unauthorised access to comply with the UK Data Protection Acts of 1984 and 1998. This means that sometimes we may ask for proof of identity before we disclose personal information to you.
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