Loch Eck Caravan Park is a quaint little park which sits on an extraordinary elevated position overlooking Loch Eck and the surrounding mountains. Positioned right on the banks of the Loch owners can moor their boats just a stone’s throw from their caravan. Each and every property enjoys the stunning views and tranquil feeling of seclusion. Located adjacent to the popular Coylet Inn you can enjoy great quality food and a few drinks just a 2 minute walk away. Ideal for fresh water fishing in the Loch and walkers can enjoy an excellent choice of marked trails nearby.
Owners also have free access to swimming, sauna, steamroom, Jacuzzi and gym facilities at Hunters Quay Holiday Village; just 10 minutes drive down the road!
Wonderful walking and cycling from the doorstep, whilst the depths of the loch support a variety of freshwater fish, making great sport for the keen angler. Perfect for peaceful relaxation and enjoying nature, access to the leisure facilities (extra charge) at Hunter's Quay Holiday Village in Dunoon (8 miles) or on the Drimsynie Estate, and a wealth of visitor attractions and excellent restaurants lie within an easy drive. Shop 15 minutes walk and pub serving food 5 minutes walk away.
One of the meanings of the name 'Dunoon' is 'fortified site' - and it is thought that a very small settlement existed here in the Iron Age. Indeed there was probably little growth until Dunoon Castle was built some time before 1250. The castle has an interesting history and was last lived in around 1650, but was plundered for its building stone in the early 1800s and has now virtually disappeared without trace.
There is so much to discover about Dunoon that visitors should consult the Tourist Information Centre on the promenade for specific details. However, there is the Castle House Museum which is a Folk/Heritage Museum telling the story of Dunoon. In addition there are several victorian 'period rooms' and a feature on the paddle Steamer Era of the 1930's.
Wonderful Cycling & Walking
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