Welcome to The Old Post Office studio let Blairmore, located in the heart of the village, on the scenic shores of Loch Long. Ideally located close to the holiday town of Dunoon, within the Loch Lomond & Trossachs National Park
Shona & Kenneth Togwell extend a warm welcome to you at Douglas Park, which is fully refurbished to provide a high standard of modern comfortable accommodation.
Enjoy a short break 'doon the water'. Spring break offer- 3 nights for price of 2
4 Deercroft is a privately owned lodge situated within a quiet wooded area of the Hunter's Quay Holiday Village, near Dunoon in Argyll. The lodge is open all year, is equipped to a very high standard and has been awarded 3 stars by Visit Scotlland.
Based in quiet residential Hunters Quay, Dunstaffnage Cottage boasts spectacular views across The Holy Loch and Clyde Estuary. This newly refurbished property is an ideal base for exploring the Cowal Peninsula and the rest of Argyll.
Queens View Residence is a charming, ground floor, self-catering apartment with great views over the promenade to the Firth of Clyde.
Situated in Kirn, Dunoon, this beautifully furnished apartment offers wonderful family accommodation.
THE BEAUTIFUL SETTING BOASTS WONDERFUL VIEWS AND A SENSE OF PEACE AND TRANQUILLITY. SLEEPS 4 2 Located in a charming wild Argyll setting beside Holy Loch and the Firth of Clyde this timber lodge is set within a popular holiday park....
Welcome to Foxbank B&B Foxbank is a family home, it has been run by Lawther and Ronnie Murchison for best part of 40 years. Experience, friendliness, warm welcome, home baking all add up to Foxbank's success.
Holy Loch Lodge is a privately owned lodge set in picturesque Hunters Quay overlooking the spectacular Holy Loch. Located in a prime location perfect for exploring the Cowal region and Argyll beyond. The lodge sleeps 4 and pets welcome.
We are Rita and Russell and we run our 5 bedroomed Bed & Breakfast which is conveniently close to the Western Ferries arrival point in Hunters Quay by Dunoon. This is the gateway to the scenic Cowal Peninsula.