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Rosscairn Group Accommodation

Hi i’m Susie Croot new owner of Rosscairn. So how did an Essex girl end up in Argyll? After meeting my husband in a butchers shop in Marlborough (don’t ask long storey) we were looking for a holiday home where we could escape from the world. We stumbled across our wee cottage and can honestly say its the only place we have been sad to leave. This pushed my husband Joe to have an epiphany! Lets sell up, move to our holiday home & start a business working for ourselves.

So we did! We purchased Rosscairn in 2018 and now provide group accommodation in our gracious welcoming old lady Rosscairn.

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10 bedrooms

Free parking

Great Location


dining area

games console

free wifi

Dogs Welcome

Step inside this

traditional country-style home

You’ll love the house features, from the high ceilings and dark wood panelling to parquet floors. There’s a choice of three spacious sitting rooms so everyone can find their favourite neuk, whether that’s with a favourite book or caught up in fun banter with your group. Culinary guests will appreciate the kitchen which offers a Range cooker and a separate, well-equipped pantry – fantastic for catering needs. There’s also an impressive dining room overlooking the pretty garden which can be set up for everyone to come together and enjoy memorable family meals.


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Where are we?

Situated on a quiet street within walking distance of Kirn village, this large three-storey Victorian property is perfect for groups of guests who love the great outdoors, with the spectacular Cowal peninsula and the Argyll countryside in reach.

The Property

Sleeping up to 24 guests very comfortably across ten bedrooms, it’s a wonderful place to mark a special occasion or simply to gather and enjoy all that this bonnie region has to offer.

Frequently Asked Questions

Dunoon is the main resort on the beautiful Cowal Peninsula and the maritime gateway to the Loch Lomond & Trossachs National Park. This one of the Firth of Clyde’s foremost resorts is built around the historic Castle Mound and famous for its large Victorian pier.

Attractions to visit in Dunoon are: Castle House Museum. Argyll Forest Park. Dunoon Burgh Hall. Glenfinart Walled Garden. Dunoon Castle.

Best pub food is The Lorne & The Osborne!

The distance between Glasgow and Dunoon is 27 miles. Aprox. 1 hour by car.

Dunoon is a very friendly area and popular because you can take the ferry and get to Glasgow fairly quickly which makes it even more convenient.