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Loch Eck Country Lodges

Stunning and secluded park on the banks of Loch Eck

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Loch Eck, Near Dunoon, PA23 8SG View map Holiday Reservations: 0345 459 6412
Park Reception: 01369 840 775

Loch Eck Country Lodges is a small and exclusive development of holiday home lodges right on the shores of Loch Eck.

  • Outstanding loch side location
  • Comfortable lodge accommodation
  • Peaceful and tranquil park
  • FREE use of swimming pool and gym at Hunters Quay Holiday Village
  • 7 Miles from Dunoon
  • Adjoining Stratheck Holiday Park, where use of children’s outdoor play area and clubhouse with outdoor seating is welcomed
  • Pet Friendly
  • Loch Views
  • Dog Friendly
  • Rest And Relaxation
  • Culture Spot

What makes Loch Eck great?

  • Activities & Entertainment

    Inveraray Castle

    The ancestral home of the Duke of Argyll, Inveraray Castle is a must-see visitor attraction.  Explore the stunning building and its grounds, visit the gift shop for a wide range of souvenirs and craft goods or sample the local Scottish menu, home baking, drinks and ice creams in the traditional tearoom.

    www.inveraray-castle.com

  • Activities & Entertainment

    Auchindrain Township

    Auchindrain was the last of Scotland’s Mining Township’s and now remains an important example of Scotland’s history.  Enjoy a stroll around the settlement, or browse a range of local crafts and souvenirs. The Tearoom serves fresh home-made baking, soup and snacks. (Open April-October)

    www.auchindrain.org.uk

  • Activities & Entertainment

    Portavadie

    Sitting on the shores of Loch Fyne, Portavadie is the perfect place for a day out. Go wild with a host of adventures on land and sea, from cycling forest tracks to walking coastal paths.  After a day in the fresh air, you can enjoy a spot of pampering in the beauty room, tasty homemade food in the restaurant, or visit the brand new spa & leisure centre.

    www.portavadiemarina.com

  • Activities & Entertainment

    Fishing

    Argyll is well known for being a fishing paradise, with its well stocked shores, lochs and rivers attracting many keen anglers.  For details on the best places to go fishing, and information on permits click here.

  • Activities & Entertainment

    Waverley Excursions

    The Waverley is the last sea-going paddle steamer in the world.  Day, afternoon and evening cruises are available from many ports across the West Coast.  Dine or relax with a drink in one of the restored lounges, or simply watch the world slip by as you enjoy breathtaking views.  You can even send a postcard or shop for a souvenir whilst onboard!

    http://www.waverleyexcursions.co.uk/

  • Activities & Entertainment

    Benmore Botanic Gardens

    Benmore is an enchanting Garden steeped in history and surrounded by dramatic scenery.  Benmore Café offers an excellent range of Fair-trade Coffees and Teas, home-baking, snacks or meals, whilst the Shop offers a wide selection of books, gifts and plants. (Open March-October)

    www.rbge.org.uk/the-gardens/benmore

  • Activities & Entertainment

    Quadmania

    If you feel the need to be revitalised and have some outdoor fun, Quadmania offers you a fantastic experience.  With over 2000 acres to play on Quadmania guarantees an exhilarating outdoor adventure in Scotland at any time of the year.  

    Choose from quad biking & clay shooting or try more challenging pursuits like gorge walking, mountain biking, rock climbing, abseiling, kayaking and sailing.

    http://www.quadmaniascotland.co.uk/

     

  • Activities & Entertainment

    Ardkinglas

    Situated against a spectacular background, Ardkinglas house is an architectural gem. The Woodland Garden is open all year with an outstanding collection of plants and trees, including the “Mightiest Conifer in Europe”.

    www.ardkinglas.com

  • Activities & Entertainment

    Inveraray Jail

    Inveraray Jail is a living museum where real people portray life in a 19th century prison. Interact with costumed characters, watch courtroom trials, talk to the prisoners, meet the Warder, go to jail and witness cell life, sample the punishments, browse the exhibition of prison artefacts, then make your escape.

    www.inverarayjail.co.uk

  • Activities & Entertainment

    Scottish Sea Life Sanctuary

    From their stunning location on the shores of Loch Creran, the sanctuary combines a spectacular aquarium with a seal rescue facility. Travel throughout the Aquarium, explore the Nature Trail, or get adventurous in the Forest Adventure Play. End the day with a well-deserved rest in the Coffee Shop boasting the best loch views.

    www.visitsealife.com/oban

  • Activities & Entertainment

    Castle House

    The Castle House is one of Dunoon’s most historic locations.  It’s set in well maintained gardens, offering excellent views of the Firth of Clyde and surrounding hills, and offers tours.  Putting and tennis is also available.

    www.castlehousemuseum.org.uk

  • Activities & Entertainment

    Walking

    Cowal is a beautiful peninsula with a huge array of local walks. It’s so easy to reach from all major cities in the Central belt and offers extensive walking opportunities for the beginner and enthusiast. This is a rugged and mountainous landscape with varied coastline, tranquil lochs and extensive forests, packed with wildlife, including the famous red squirrel. A selection of walks are available, perfect for all members of the family. Made by locals, these walks really do offer the best in scenery and wildlife spotting. With a choice of four to choose from, we promise every level is catered for. Don’t forget your walking boots! Some great routes can be found on our Walking in Argyll page

     

  • Activities & Entertainment

    Waverley Excursions

    The Waverley is the last sea-going paddle steamer in the world.  Day, afternoon and evening cruises are available from many ports across the West Coast.  Dine or relax with a drink in one of the restored lounges, or simply watch the world slip by as you enjoy breathtaking views.  You can even send a postcard or shop for a souvenir whilst onboard!

    http://www.waverleyexcursions.co.uk/

  • Activities & Entertainment

    Walking

    Cowal is a beautiful peninsula with a huge array of local walks. It’s so easy to reach from all major cities in the Central belt and offers extensive walking opportunities for the beginner and enthusiast. This is a rugged and mountainous landscape with varied coastline, tranquil lochs and extensive forests, packed with wildlife, including the famous red squirrel. A selection of walks are available, perfect for all members of the family. Made by locals, these walks really do offer the best in scenery and wildlife spotting. With a choice of four to choose from, we promise every level is catered for. Don’t forget your walking boots! Some great routes can be found on our Walking in Argyll page

     

  • Activities & Entertainment

    Inveraray Castle

    The ancestral home of the Duke of Argyll, Inveraray Castle is a must-see visitor attraction.  Explore the stunning building and its grounds, visit the gift shop for a wide range of souvenirs and craft goods or sample the local Scottish menu, home baking, drinks and ice creams in the traditional tearoom.

    www.inveraray-castle.com

  • Activities & Entertainment

    Portavadie

    Sitting on the shores of Loch Fyne, Portavadie is the perfect place for a day out. Go wild with a host of adventures on land and sea, from cycling forest tracks to walking coastal paths.  After a day in the fresh air, you can enjoy a spot of pampering in the beauty room, tasty homemade food in the restaurant, or visit the brand new spa & leisure centre.

    www.portavadiemarina.com

  • Activities & Entertainment

    Castle House

    The Castle House is one of Dunoon’s most historic locations.  It’s set in well maintained gardens, offering excellent views of the Firth of Clyde and surrounding hills, and offers tours.  Putting and tennis is also available.

    www.castlehousemuseum.org.uk

  • Activities & Entertainment

    Quadmania

    If you feel the need to be revitalised and have some outdoor fun, Quadmania offers you a fantastic experience.  With over 2000 acres to play on Quadmania guarantees an exhilarating outdoor adventure in Scotland at any time of the year.  

    Choose from quad biking & clay shooting or try more challenging pursuits like gorge walking, mountain biking, rock climbing, abseiling, kayaking and sailing.

    http://www.quadmaniascotland.co.uk/

     

  • Activities & Entertainment

    Auchindrain Township

    Auchindrain was the last of Scotland’s Mining Township’s and now remains an important example of Scotland’s history.  Enjoy a stroll around the settlement, or browse a range of local crafts and souvenirs. The Tearoom serves fresh home-made baking, soup and snacks. (Open April-October)

    www.auchindrain.org.uk

  • Activities & Entertainment

    Scottish Sea Life Sanctuary

    From their stunning location on the shores of Loch Creran, the sanctuary combines a spectacular aquarium with a seal rescue facility. Travel throughout the Aquarium, explore the Nature Trail, or get adventurous in the Forest Adventure Play. End the day with a well-deserved rest in the Coffee Shop boasting the best loch views.

    www.visitsealife.com/oban

  • Activities & Entertainment

    Inveraray Jail

    Inveraray Jail is a living museum where real people portray life in a 19th century prison. Interact with costumed characters, watch courtroom trials, talk to the prisoners, meet the Warder, go to jail and witness cell life, sample the punishments, browse the exhibition of prison artefacts, then make your escape.

    www.inverarayjail.co.uk

  • Activities & Entertainment

    Benmore Botanic Gardens

    Benmore is an enchanting Garden steeped in history and surrounded by dramatic scenery.  Benmore Café offers an excellent range of Fair-trade Coffees and Teas, home-baking, snacks or meals, whilst the Shop offers a wide selection of books, gifts and plants. (Open March-October)

    www.rbge.org.uk/the-gardens/benmore

  • Activities & Entertainment

    Fishing

    Argyll is well known for being a fishing paradise, with its well stocked shores, lochs and rivers attracting many keen anglers.  For details on the best places to go fishing, and information on permits click here.

  • Activities & Entertainment

    Ardkinglas

    Situated against a spectacular background, Ardkinglas house is an architectural gem. The Woodland Garden is open all year with an outstanding collection of plants and trees, including the “Mightiest Conifer in Europe”.

    www.ardkinglas.com

Stunning and secluded park on the banks of Loch Eck

Each lodge is on its own spacious plot and offers modern comfort at affordable prices. Loch Eck is a 7 mile long and 1/2 mile wide inland deep water loch perfect for freshwater fishing. For walkers, there is an excellent choice of marked trails nearby. 

Leisure at Hunters Quay

All guests of our letting lodges at Loch Eck Country Lodges have FREE access to the leisure centre at Hunters Quay Holiday Village in Dunoon which is only a 10 minute drive away. Access includes free use of the swimming pool, sauna, Jacuzzi, steam room and gym. There are also a great number of other activities on offer at Hunters Quay; check out the Go-Active page for more details!

Loch Eck, Near Dunoon, PA23 8SG

  • Glasgow: 40 miles
  • Loch Lomond: 32 miles
  • Dunoon: 7 miles

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