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Inveryne Lodge
Property: 3418 Argyll and Bute

Inveryne Lodge - Inveryne

Sleeps: 6 + cot
Pets Allowed: No
Smoking Allowed: No

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In an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in the Argyll Forest Park, this timber lodge is one of a small group set amongst trees and lawns, enjoying peace and seclusion.

The area encapsulates the essence of Scotland with mountains, lochs and sea lochs combining to create a place of great scenic beauty. There are walks and mountain bike trails to explore, or visit the Benmore Botanical Garden nearby, a satellite of the Royal Botanical Garden in Edinburgh. Wildlife is plentiful here and this is an ideal location for ornithologists, hill-walkers and ramblers. The popular seaside resort of Dunoon is 6 miles away and offers good shopping, a cinema, golf course and large indoor swimming pool. Nearest shop and pub 1 mile.

Traditionally built of solid red Douglas Fir, this lodge is well-maintained, comfortably furnished and welcoming.

1 king-size double and 2 twin bedroom (cot and high chair available), comfortable sitting area open plan to dining area and attractive well-equipped kitchen, bathroom. All electric. Fridge/freezer, microwave, dishwasher, auto washer/dryer, microwave, television, video, CD/DVD player. Bed linen and towels are provided.

This property appears courtesy of ClickHolidayCottages.co.uk

Inveryne in the snow
Inveryne in the snow
Loch Eck
Loch Eck

Accommodation & Facilities

Sleeps: 6
Bedrooms: 3
Cot Available: Yes

Pets Allowed: No. sorry - not pets allowed
Smoking Allowed: No. Smoking is permitted on the covered deck

Linen Provided: Yes. All bed linen and towels are provided (except linen for the cot)

Central Heating: Yes.
Fuel type: Electric

Open Fire: No. 

Disabled Facilities: No. 

Outdoor Facilities: Yes. Inveryne Lodge is located within Argyll Forest Park, the first Forest Park to be established in Britain, in 1935 and manyclaim it to be the best! Wildlife in the area includes Red Squirrels, Roe Deer and Red Deer.Otter, Pine Martin and the majestic Golden Eagle have also been spotted. Holy Loch and Lock Eck are nearby and outdoor pursuits in the area include horse riding, walking, cycling,fishing, sailing, quad biking and clay pigeon shooting.

Standard Rates

Winter Rates: From £325.00.

Spring / Autumn: From £415.00.

Summer Rates: From £453.00 to £659.00.

Christmas: £550.00.

New Year: £589.00.

Prices are based on seven nights stay (Saturday - Saturday).
Check In 4.00pm. Check Out 10.00am.

July 14th - September 1st £573.00.
September 1st - Sep 30th £453.00.
October 15th October 31st £382.00.
November - December 15th £283.00.
December 15th - January 7th £491.00 / £523.00.

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Take the scenic drive north from Glasgow, past Loch Lomond, then over the Rest & Be Thankful (A83), then turn off onto the A815 (signposted Dunoon) Drive along Loch Fyne, through the shore villages of St Catherines & Strachur, keep following the A815 towards Dunoon, along Loch Eck side. When you pass the Younger Botanic Gardens on the right, Inveryne is only 0.5 Miles away on the left.

Drive to Gourock and sail accross the Firth of Clyde on Western Ferries or Caledonian MacBrayne

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