Attie the Stattie is our static caravan, positioned to the west of our family home Hill Park, on Loch Awe side, Argyll. With incredible views towards both Ben Cruachan and Loch Awe, as well as evenings sunsets to the West, Attie is surrounded by panoramic beauty and is the perfect place to escape to. The log burner means Attie has a warm welcome awaiting you - there is a TV, the kitchen is well equipped, there is a loo and shower, and a comfy double bed.
“Attie was in a beautiful quiet location, amazing views and a lovely village pub not too far a away. Lovely and spacious living area with everything you need for a few days. Log burner was a great addition for the chilly evenings. Isobel was a great host - really informative and helpful giving us lots of local tips. Would definitely recommend.”
This luxury log cabin sits overlooking woodlands on the slopes of Ben Cruachan by Loch Awe. The lodge is an ideal base for fishing, walkers, cyclists and for those wishing to visit the incredibly beautiful West coast of Scotland, as it's central location puts you in reach of many of Scotland's great 'must see' sites. Or simply relax within the cosy lodge, out on the generous decking or relax in the hot tub where you can look out for the red squirrels, pine marten, deer and wild birds.
“Our stay in Cruachan Lodge was wonderful. The location is simply stunning, definitely a hidden gem! After many days hiking and camping the lodge was exactly what we needed to relax and unwind. An unexpected highlight for us was the variety of wildlife that was literally on our doorstep. Maggie was a wonderful host, extremely thoughtful and welcoming. We will definitely be back again!”
We love our cosy , well insulated Shepherds Hut . It has a generous sized single bed with a window view of the old medieval village Barr a Chasteilean and views of Ben Lui and Ben Cruachan at the front . A secluded generous space for one to escape to, surrounded by natural beauty. It has electricity and full tea making facilities and a nice space to sit outside. It has a small toilet and wash hand basin in its own Lui Lodge . During Covid restrictions it has no shower facility
“Dalmally Railway Station is a real working station, so perfectly situated for travelling the local area without a car, but with a rural feel with mountains on all sides and peace and quiet. Liz and Graham's local knowledge will have you out and about and exploring the best scenery nature can offer. Hospitality is second to none, with nothing too much bother and always there with a hot cup of coffee, or even a lovely Scottish supper of local cheeses, smoked salmon and home made bread on arrival to ease the weariness of travel. The rooms are all uniquely restored from the old victorian railway station, with the mens loos converted to an incredible shower block and some rooms with their own washrooms too. Everything was extremely clean and everything had been thought of to make my stay as comfortable as possible. The hospitality even spread to the station dog Angus, who would come to greet me everyday. Such a character and a local legend. When the weather is too bad to be out and about sit back and enjoy the scenery or help out with the sheep and hens. Plenty to do and see and the perfect writers retreat or hikers rest stop.”