Escape the everyday and embrace the extraordinary with a stay at this stunning, family home in Argyll, Scotland. Enveloped within a wild and romantic, Celtic landscape, it has breath-taking views across to the enchanting Isle of Arran. Discover secluded, sandy beaches and secret, little islands, along with rippling, loch waters and rolling hillsides. With nothing and no one to interrupt your thoughts, you can enjoy a tranquil break away from it all.
Suleskerry is a luxury, country home that has room for all the family in its eight deluxe bedrooms. Built from natural materials and with an exquisite craftsmanship, it has an outstanding finish and a thoughtful attention to detail. Look out for the handpicked antiques or the designer furnishings, or the solid wood floorboards and the handmade furniture. Floor-to-ceiling windows peer out over the magical loch views, where ever-changing skies give you a mix of misty hues.
The spacious living areas have something for everyone and include a cards room, a games room and a traditional study. An impressive library joins the cosy sitting room, while a light-flooded conservatory looks out over the garden. Play a fun-filled game of snooker or a family game of cards, before finding the football table or reading a book beside the hearth. A massive country kitchen is the real heart of the home and has an Aga cooker and plenty of mod-cons.
The eight unique bedrooms have each been sumptuously furnished and include four master double bedrooms and four lovely twin rooms. The master rooms have a grand yet homely vibe and boast en-suite bathrooms and beautiful furniture. In-room baths add a touch of decadence to some, while others have their own private balcony with a view. The comfortable twin rooms are also peaceful hideouts and have super-soft bedding and three, modern en-suite bathrooms.
Nestled in the sweeping landscape of Argyll’s rural idylls, Suleskerry has an epic location for a holiday to remember. The sparkling sea loch is just moments from your door, and leads across to the charming Isle of Arran and its rugged shores. Enjoy invigorating walks or mountain climbing, along with island hopping and seafaring. Visit the characterful towns and villages for some mouth-watering seafood or the crumbling castles beside the ancient roadsides. With incredible wildlife and an untouched natural beauty, this part of Scotland is a must to visit.