4 Stars Self Catering

25 Things to See and Do

Wonderful Highland Scenery
River Views
Walk: Pucks Glen
Walk: Ardnadham
Walk: Corlarach
Walk: Bishops Glen and BishopsSeat
Visitor Attraction: Botanical Gardens
Castle Museum Dunoon
Activity: Swimming
Sport: Fishing
Ruined Castle: Old Castle Lachlan
Ruined Castle: Inverawe Castle
Visitor Attraction: Fyne Ales
Activity: Boat Hire
Activity: Cycling
Visitor Attraction:
Inveraray Castle
Visitor Attraction:
Inveraray Jail
Beaches: Ardentinny and Ostel Bay
Dunoon: Restaurants and Cafes
Country Inns
Activity: Hillwalking Bheinne Mhor
Activity: Hillwalking Arrochar Alps
Activity: Paintballing
Activity: Quad Biking
Visitor Attraction: Gothic Mount Stuart

Listed above are many of the wonderful things there are to see and do in the area, easily accessible from your holiday cottage. There really is so much to do if, that is, you even want to leave the comfort of your luxury cabin. You will resolve to return. Tourist information is provided in your lodge, and our local representative (owners) can be available at the drop of a hat if you need any advice.

If flora and fauna is your thing you will most likely find much of what you have come to see in the area. A clear sky at night is a wonder to behold. At dusk, across the river observe the wild Red Deer herd chancing the open for the lush green grass. Spot the Red Squirrel common in these parts. If you are lucky you might see the Otter of catch a glimpse of the Pine Marten now occasionally seen.

If you want action and adventure, well there is not much that is not available. Paint balling, Quadbiking, Cycling and Swimming are all available in the vicinity, and there is fine dining to be experienced in Dunoon and on Loch Fyne, as well as many country inns offering country fare. Theres lots to See and Do.

For those wishing to venture further, there is the whole of Argyll and the Isles to explore, from the Mull of Kintyre, to the isles of Gigha, Mull, Coll. Oban, Glencoe and Ben Nevis are accessible on a day drive to the west and north, and the Arrochar Alps, Loch Fyne and Loch Lomond are situated to the north and east.  Glasgow, once the industrial capital of Scotland is a 90 mins drive east. It is a friendly city, a place of varied cultures, and definitely worth visiting.  The Kelvingrove Museum in Glasgows West End is one of Scotlands most visited attractions, and it is free!

What better place to stay than Rashfield Sheilings, log cabins near Dunoon, for a highly enjoyable and memorable break away.

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