Loch View Lodge

Hunters Quay
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At a Glance
Sleeps 4
Wood Burner
Sea/Loch View
Log Cabin/Lodge
Washing Machine
The Property
Loch View Lodge is a Scandinavian-style lodge, perfectly set in a quiet and picturesque location in the Hunters Quay Holiday Park. The lodge commands stunning loch views from your lodge windows and the outside deck. Privately owned this inviting two bedroom retreat is perfect for families or couples 
Based on the edge of the coastal town of Dunoon, the gateway to the Scottish Highlands, Loch View Lodge offers quality self catering lodge accommodation for up to four guests. 

Warm and welcoming the lodge offers quality and contemporary interiors. Light and airy the spacious open plan living area has full length picture windows with views, comfortable sofas and a cosy wood burning stove. There is an open dining room seating up to six and a very well equipped kitchen to cook up a delicious feast.

On the upper level the lodge sleeps up to four guests, featuring a double bedroom with wonderful views over the loch and an ensuite Jack and Jill style bathroom. The second bedroom is a twin and has access to the bathroom by the landing door. There is a second bathroom with toilet and shower on the ground floor.

The large open deck area, complete with outdoor furniture is a wonderful outdoor space to enjoy alfresco eating or fully unwind while soaking up the stunning loch views and scenic surroundings.

An idyllic location to explore the region or simply taking some time out to soak up some Scottish sun, or cosy up by the log fire in winter.

Loch View Lodge is located within the Hunter’s Quay Holiday Village where it offers swimming pools, a leisure centre, games, and a bar and restaurant.

Visit further local attractions including the Benmore Botanic Gardens, Argyll Forest Park, and historic Kilmun. The region is filled with places to see and things to do. The area is one big outdoor playground. Take your pick from walking, cycling, sailing, fishing, golfing, windsurfing and more.

Explore further afield to Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park, Argyll's Secret Coast, the Isle of Bute, and historic Inveraray, it's also an easy day trip to Oban, one of the seafood capitals of Scotland.

Extra Notes: Guests can pay direct to use the facilities within the Holiday Village. Paid activities are not included in your accommodation price.
Pets: Sorry no pets allowed.
Car Parking: Private onsite car parking available.
Safety Features: Smoke alarm, Carbon Monoxide detector, fire extinguisher, fire blanket.
Cleanliness & Disinfecting: Use of cleaning chemicals that are effective against Coronavirus, Linens, towels and laundry washed in accordance with local authority guidelines, Guest accommodation is disinfected between stays.
  • Spectacular views over the loch and beyond
  • Privately owned lodge
  • Spacious outdoor deck
  • Outdoor furniture
  • Open and spacious living room
  • Wood burning stove
  • Television with Freeview
  • DVD Player
  • Iron and ironing board
  • Electric cooker
  • Microwave
  • Fridge with freezer compartment
  • Washing machine
  • Bed linen provided
  • Towels provided on all bookings
  • Cot and high chair on request
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Sorry no pets allowed

Loch View Lodge
11 Deercroft
Hunters Quay

Directions and full address to be advised in Key & Arrival Instructions after final balance is paid.
Located just outside Dunoon, Hunters Quay is a village tucked away in an elevated position within the Cowal Peninsula on charming countryside, offering spectacular panoramic views across the Holy Loch and the Clyde Estuary. Hunters Quay is the main base of Western Ferries LTD, operating between Hunters Quay and McInroy's Point.
Dunoon is the main town on the Cowal Peninsula in the south of Argyll and Bute, Scotland. It is on the western shore of the upper Firth of Clyde. The coastal town offers a selection of craft shops, galleries, pubs and cafes.
You can travel by Citylink Bus or by train from Glasgow to the ferry terminals at Gourock. Calmac and Western Ferries both serve the Dunoon area and both ferry operators have passenger facilities.

Driving to Dunoon follow the M8 from Glasgow to Gourock where you can catch the Western Ferries Ferry to Dunoon. You can also drive via the A82, a very picturesque route past Loch Lomond and through the Argyll countryside. See the AA web site for a route planner.

Beautiful Lodge with stunning views
5/5 Upfront Reviews - August 2022
We had an absolutely amazing time at Loch View Lodge. Very clean, lovely location and everything you needed was there. Thank you so much!


Loch view lodge

Aug 2021
Lovely lodge in a lovely setting, gorgeous views over the Loch. Nice decking area to the front to enjoy the views. The lodge was well equipt with all the amenities you'd need. Along with comfy sofas, WiFi, netflix, board games, books etc.. The standard of cleanliness was exceptional. The amenities on site were great for families and couples alike . Would 100% recommend


A great, relaxing stay Oct 2020
Myself, my wife and our 5 year old daughter stayed for the week. Would highly recommend. Great space inside the lodge and very close to Dunoon and the holiday village activities. Will definitely be staying again.


Brilliant Sept 2020
Excellent accommodation, very clean, well appointed and superb location. Will be returning as soon as possible


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4.8/5 star Upfront review New Year 2018

wee have a good time staying at lodge everything there for families cannot fault it that's our second time there wont be last time....the only thing were lodge is and want to go to club house at night is the lighting not very good got to watch footing.....but that's not owners fault feel could do with better lighting.


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4.2/5 star Upfront review Sept 2017

A paceful & attractive enviroment. Views of the loch incredible. A glowing log fire at night. Access to the caravan site facilities. Visits from the local birds. Even from a fawn one evening. We came away completly relaxed.


A very comfortable lodge in a great area

4.85 stars Upfront review Sept 2017

A very clean and spacious lodge in a very picturesque setting.

Hunters park holiday village site always made you feel welcome and we found the pricing very reasonable.

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