Duncreggan House

Bed and Breakfast in Dunoon, Strathclyde (Argyll)

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Duncreggan House, Dunoon

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Duncreggan House is a mid 19th-century manor house which has been tastefully restored. Set above the village of Blairmore it has panoramic views of Loch Long the Firth of Clyde and the Arrochar Alps. Duncreggan house is ideally located to explore the local amenities and attractions, from the Botanic Gardens to walking, fishing and deer stalking.

The Waverley Paddle Steamer boarding is just a short distance away.

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