Stunning holiday lodges and static caravans for sale in Scotland at Hunters Quay Holiday Village, an award-winning family holiday park in Dunoon.
This beautiful park offers panoramic views across the Holy Loch, scenic mountains, shoreline and woodland, which are all on the doorstep just waiting to be explored.
Ideally situated on the beautiful Cowal Peninsula in the south of Argyll and Bute, Hunters Quay is just 2 miles north of Dunoon, easily reached by road or ferry and offers a superb range of all-weather facilities in a magnificent leisure complex.
At this charming 'wild Argyll' setting beside the Holy Loch and the Firth of Clyde, you are surrounded by beautiful glens offering a rich variety of walks and wildlife.
Hunters Quay Holiday Village is a perfect Scottish holiday destination for families with the towns of Oban, Inveraray and Rothesay, and the wonderful Scottish lochs all within easy reach. The park is also only an hour's drive from Glasgow and just outside the Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park.
The park features an indoor swimming pool, sports facilities, and a leisure complex with a popular bar and lounge area. For children, there is a fun house and a choice of activities from archery to zorbing with a soft play and plenty for pre-school age children, too, plus a full range of fun-packed Go Active sessions. The park also has a family-friendly restaurant and takeaway, and dogs are welcome, too.
Please enquire now to find out more about holiday homes for sale in Argyll at Hunters Quay Holiday Village.
This holiday park has an on-site leisure centre with a swimming pool, entertainment lounge, bar and grill.
DirectionsWe are easy to get to. You can drive via Loch Lomond using the A82 then the A83 at Tarbet over The Rest and Be Thankful, the A815 for the Cowal Penninsula via Strachur and Loch Eck to Dunoon. Or, you can travel by Western Ferries sailing across the Firth of Clyde from Gourock directly to Dunoon.
Things to do in Dunoon, Scotland
Visit the Holy Loch, Firth of Clyde, mountains and woodland of the Cowal Peninsula.
Trips to Oban, Inveraray, Rothesay and the Scottish lochs, which are all within reach.
Take a day trip to Glasgow or Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park.
The Scottish Tourist Information Centres are there to help you further and may be the best source of information on special events that are on during your stay.
We recommend you contact the Tourist Office so that you make the most out of your time in Argyll. Ardgarten is located at the bottom of Glen Croe and is the best tourist office for information on walking in the Arrochar Alps and the new Cowal Way: 08707 200 606
Holiday homes for sale in Argyll and Bute, Scotland
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05 Aug 2016
They have a girl that does PR for you to contact but seams to be too busy to get back to members of the public. Maybe PR does not stand for public relations in this part of the world.
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