The Bubble, Loch Awe, Argyll
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Come fishing, sailing, hill walking, hiking, pedal cycling, kayaking or canoeing on one of the largest and most awe inspiring lochs in Scotland .. Loch Awe. The shores of Loch Awe abound with natural history and the many ruins of once, but yet still, magnificent castles: there are walks through deeply walled glens and waterfalls that make you wonder at how nature can be so beautiful. Here it is also about leaving behind cities with teeming masses of people and instead indulging in a simpler relaxed way of being with good country folk in good country pubs that are keen to make strangers feel at home.
Loch Awe is an angler's paradise. The 24 mile long, narrow loch has a huge catchment area with many burns feeding into it from the surrounding mountains. Fish thrive in these waters and there is a great variety along the shores with shallow, rocky, sandy and reedy bays. Many record breaking wild brown trout have been caught here so anglers have a great chance of getting their names in the record book. If golf is your passion you will love a round at the picturesque Glencruitten Golf Club. This hilly parkland course has wonderful views and offers even the most competent golfer a challenge.
Touring in Argyll is a wonderful way to see this enchanting area of Scotland. A day trip could take you to Oban, Glencoe or Loch Lomond. There are a great number of attractions to visit from gardens to castles, the Cruachan Power Station, Inveraray Jail and many more.
- Sleeps - 6 (4 adults, 2 children)
- Bedrooms - 3 (2 doubles, 1 bunk beds)
- Bathrooms - 1
- Washer/dryer is available 200 yards away in the Social Club
- Log fire
- Quality stereo, satellite TV, DVD player
- Computer with Broadband Internet access
- South facing verandah
- Garden furniture and BBQ
- Short breaks available
- Please enquire if you wish to bring a pet
- Oban - 25 miles
- Airports - Glasgow 90 miles, Glasgow Prestwick 125 miles, Edinburgh 117 miles
- Taynuilt railway station - 15 miles
- Eating out - as close as 200 yards
- Guests can fish without a licence on a mile of shoreline
- Fishing boat hire (Loch Awe) - 200 yards
- Fishing boat charter (sea) - 25 miles
- Pedal cycle hire - 200 yards
- Glencruitten golf course - 21 miles
- Seal colony visits by boat - 20 miles
- Rare Breeds animal farm - 21 miles
- Island hopping cruises - 25 miles
The chalet is detached and is on the shores of Loch Awe, with unobstructed views of the water and the mountains beyond. Inside, the communal space is mostly open plan; and there is a table which seats 6. The sitting room has a wood burning fireplace and a comfortable sofa and 2 bean bags. There is also a huge 2 metre X 2 metre panoramic picture window with views onto the loch and mountains in the background.
The decor of The Bubble consists of many eclectic events having elements of the Far East, Africa and India and European influences throughout.
Heating is provided by Dimplex electric heaters and paraffin heater and this is included in the price. If logs are on the wood pile then use of them is included. Bed linen is included. Please inquire about the pet policy - allergenic pet shampoo may be required, and not all pets are accepted.
Cost and availability.
This self catering chalet on the shores of Loch Awe is let out all year round.
Check in time is generally 4pm and check out time 10am but these times can be adapted to suit requirements.
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Dalavich, Loch Awe
PA35 1HS Scotland, UK