St Ives Hotel
Discover the hidden gems of beautiful Scotland by staying in our boutique Victorian hotel!
We are situated on the traffic-free West Bay with breathtaking views of the Firth of Clyde, yet only minutes from Dunoon town centre. Whether your interests are water sports, fishing, walking, golf, cycling, or just relaxing, the Cowal Peninsula has it all.
For the guests' convenience there is a free private car park at the front of the hotel. All our bedrooms have recently been refurbished and have en-suite facilities. Each room has complimentary high speed wifi and secure wired internet connection, a comfortable bed, Smart TV, fluffy towels, slippers, toiletries, a hairdryer and a hospitality tray stocked with tea, coffee and biscuits.
Our famous breakfasts are included in the price of the room and we use quality, locally sourced ingredients. Our cosy guest lounge with spectacular sea views is ideal for unwinding with a wee dram and features a 50" Smart TV, books and board games.
We are a family hotel and provide travel cots, high chairs, kids' plates and cutlery. Kids' meals including baby food are available to pre-order. Children under 3 stay free of charge. We are also dog-friendly!
"I had a very pleasant weekend and the location of this hotel is magical. Peace and quiet to recharge is perfect. Good food, great hospitality"
" Thank you for our lovely stay just before Christmas for our son's wedding. Our room was very nice, comfortable and warm with a terrific view. You must have worked extremely hard to get the rooms ready after your refurbishment and whilst preparing for Christmas with the family. We had a lovely time and our journey home was very good. We had a lovely Christmas and hope you did too. Season's greetings and a very happy New Year! " Click here to see the reviews on our website
Things to do in Dunoon
Dunoon has some of the most magnificent scenery you will find anywhere in the UK. This beautiful town became a top holiday destination during the Victorian holiday boom, when paddle steamers brought thousands of visitors from Glasgow to enjoy the stunning scenery and local hospitality. The Waverley, the last working seagoing paddle steamer, still calls regularly at Dunoon pier.
Dunoon is also world-famous for the Cowal Games, the largest and most spectacular highland games in the world. The Games attract thousands of people each August and a must see! Click here for more info on Dunoon's attractions and things to do
We look forward to spoiling you!
Jon and Katia