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Situated on the banks of Loch Eck you are well placed to explore dramatic unspoilt scenery within easy travelling distance. The beautiful landscape is perfect for hill walking, cyclist enthusiasts and keen anglers.

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

     

  • 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.

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