|Parking||off road 1 car||Garden||wrap around decking|
|Short breaks||From £200||Prices||view details|
|2 person discount||No||Fire/Woodburner||No|
Whistlefield Lodge is a charming detached wooden self catering property situated near to Loch Eck, just north of Dunoon and is within the Loch Lomond & Trossachs National Park. It is only a short stroll down to the banks of Loch Eck and the lodge is also close to the local Inn which has a bar/restaurant. Inside the lodge has a tastefully coordinated open plan living space with sitting area, dining/kitchen. Patio doors lead out to a lovely wrap around deck to the front and side with outdoor seating. This location has a lot to offer for all ages and interest. The Botanic Gardens are situated at the south end of Loch Eck and are set in 120 acres with an amazing collection of plants; it has over 300 species of rhododendron and a majestic avenue of Giant Redwoods. The cafe is open throughout the year for morning coffee, lunch and afternoon teas.Read more about Whistlefield Lodge, Loch Eck
Property is all on ground floor level has electric heaters and comprises:
Open plan living space
Lounge Area: With electric 'stove effect' fire, Freesat TV and DVD
Dining Area: With wooden table and chairs
Kitchen: With electric oven and hob, microwave and larder fridge
Bedroom 1: With double bed
Bedroom 2: With two single beds
Shower Room: With shower cubicle, WC and wash basin.
All electricity and bed linen included.
Wrap around decked area with outdoor seating. Secure storage available for bicycles and fishing tackle etc. Laundry facilities available in Dunoon. Off road parking for 1 car.
|Nearest town||Dunoon||Shops||5 Miles|
|Distance||9 Miles||Restaurant||500 Yards|
|Nearest railway station||Ferry from Dunoon||Pub||500 Yards|
Whistlefield Lodge sits within the Argyll Forest and there are numerous forest tracks, marked walks and cycle ways to find within this area and accessible right on your doorstep. Loch Eck offers great opportunities for fishing, or you can launch a canoe/kayak and explore the loch. You are also less than four miles to the sea and the Holy Loch, with views out over the Firth of Clyde. The Cowal Peninsula is a delightful part of Scotland, bordered on three sides by stunning sea lochs and to the north by the majestic Arrochar Alps. It has its own unique history and unsoiled natural environment. There is an abundance of wildlife, from red squirrels and red deer in the woods to porpoises, dolphins and basking sharks in the sea lochs. There is a plentiful and varied bird population due to the varied habitats within this area. For outdoor enthusiasts there are many activities including golf, horse riding, fishing. For the more adventurous you can find sports including gorge walking, mountain biking, rock climbing and abseiling as well as quad biking, archery, clay shooting. Cowel has many small communities dotted around, all offering something unique and different. The only town, Dunoon, provides a good shopping centre, leisure facilities and a cinema. The area offers some wonderful days out and great road to drive. A short drive and ferry crossing will take you to the Isle of Bute where you can enjoy the fabulous Victorian Gothic Mount Stewart House. Drive the stunning road to Tighnabruaich overlooking Loch Riddon, or head north to Loch Fyne and sample fresh seafood. Loch Eck makes a great base to stay, to relax or to explore all that the stunning Cowal Peninsula has to offer.
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