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The Mill Farm
Argyll and Bute

Ardtorna, Barcaldine

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ArdTorna is a brand new purpose built Bed and Breakfast with spectacular views from all rooms of the property.The property has polished marble floor tiles throughout with under floor heating fed from our eco friendly ground source heat pump.All or our large bedrooms have views over the water. The rooms either have a wet room or jacuzzi bath with power shower. Each have memory foam pocket sprung matresses , Molton Brown toiletries, Fluffy bath robes, gigantic bath towels, hair dryer, hospitality tray with home made biscuits, home made tablet, Tv, I pod docking station, dvd, and so on - Our breakfast room has panoramic views leading onto an outdoor decking should you wish to have your breakfast Al Fresco !Sean and Karen look forward to welcoming you to Ardtorna !

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