A seriously cutting-edge, architect-designed holiday haven that features breathtaking sea views over Argyll's Cowal Peninsula.
  • Sleeps: 6
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Minimum stay: 1 night

A former 1960s fire station set in the sleepy Scottish village of Tighnabruaich, Firehaus has been so amazingly transformed that you could be forgiven for thinking you’ve just pitched up at a Miami beach house!

Sleeping up to six guests, this design-led haven is minimalist in style, with plenty of glass to showcase those far-reaching sea views.  They come into their own when viewed from the top floor living space – an ideal spot for sunset-watching.

Feast your eyes on the contemporary Scottish artwork and high-end gadgets as you explore room after room (remote-controlled lighting and ceiling speakers, anyone?)

You’ll find each of the three bedrooms on the ground floor, with the master boasting an en-suite wet room, and the main bathroom equipped with Sky TV!  Of course, you can also expect robes, slippers, and plenty of indulgent bath products.

By evening, relax with a movie in front of the crackling wood-burner, or head out to the mood-lit balcony, equipped with cosy garden sofas.  There’s a stargazing telescope to help keep you occupied, as you make your acquaintances with high-end luxury, Scottish style.


  • Seaside Breaks

Where you'll be staying

Tighnabruaich, Argyll & Bute

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