St Malieu Hall

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. More

Inveraray Argyll

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