A cosy traditional log cabin with Scandinavian wood burning hot tub on the shores of Loch Awe. With a wood burning hot stove, large verandah with the hot tub and steps down to the BBQ hut and shore it is the perfect retreat. Newly refurbished in Spring 2016 this cabin is fitted with a solid oak, well equipped kitchen, 2 double bedrooms and is perfect for a getaway all year round. The large verandah overlooks private shore line. Fishing rights included.
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- Min. Stay2 - 3 nights
2 bedroom cabin on shore of Loch Awe with wood burning stove, hot tub & BBQ hut
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- Calendar last updated:
- 20 Aug 2018
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100% refund for cancellations more than 60 days before check-in date. 50% refund for cancellations more than 30 days before check-in date. You must contact the owner directly to request cancellation.
Excellent hot tub, cosy, well equipped cabin, beautiful view.
Thank you for your review and so pleased you e hours your stay
Lovely cabin, excellent holiday
The cabin had everything we needed, amazing views and much needed hot tub for the cold evenings. We weren’t sure about what the bbq hut was before we got there and were hugely surprised when we saw how beautiful it was. On one of the days we hired a little boat from the village and spent a beautiful day exploring the loch.
Sehr Idyllisch gelegen, mitten in einem Park direkt am See, mit grosser Terrasse und dem Hot Pot
Die grosse Terrasse mit dem, mit Holz zu befeuernden Hot Pot, lädt nicht nur bei schönem Wetter ein sich dort aufzuhalten. Der kleine Laden bietet vieles, doch leider nicht alles was für den täglichen gebrauch benötigt wird. Die nächste grosse Stadt um Einzukaufen ist Oban, ca. 1 Stunde mit dem Auto zu erreichen.
The scenery and wildlife of the Loch Awe area is simply outstanding; arguably the best the UK has to offer.
Loch Aweside Forest Cabins site is located near Dalavich on the NW shore of stunning Loch Awe, approximately 30 minutes from the west coast of Scotland. This magical, mythical area is steeped in history and offers amazing scenery and tranquillity with an abundance of walks, cycle routes and places to visit and explore. The wildlife in the area is amongst the most abundant in the UK, with Osprey, Sea Eagle, Golden Eagle, Pine Marten, Red Squirrel, Red, Roe and Sika Deer and much more present. The loch itself, with its many islands, 5 castle ruins, cranogs and bays, is one of the prettiest, least spoiled in Scotland and offers legendary fishing (free of charge to cabin owners) and outstanding outdoor adventure.
On site / village facilities include boat hire, small shop / café, community centre, bar / restaurant and coin operated laundry.