As its name suggests, Pucks Glen is a magical
place to visit, and we hope whilst staying in Pucks Glen Lodges will have an equally
Pucks Glen Lodges are a popular with holiday visitors taking short breaks and
retreats from the city and are suitable for families and couples inspired by the
beautiful Argyllshire countryside. Many regard Cowal as off-the-beaten-track, so it
is not as busy as some Scottish destinations, but there is plenty of things to
see and do which entice
visitors to return again and again.
There are peaceful forest and low level riverside walks to enjoy. Visit the
several sandy beaches in the area. Explore the hills and glens on foot, try fishing
in the well stocked rivers and lochs. Theres even two golf courses within 6 miles
distance. Dunoon is the main town with many amenities serving the area. It
has many restaurants, cafes, supermarkets, leisure centre, many
interesting privately owned shops and a cinema
Take a look at our Gallery page for images of the
lodges and area to inspire you.
For those wishing to venture further, there is the whole of Argyll and the
Isles to explore, from the Mull of Kintyre, to the isles of Gigha, Mull, Coll.
Oban, Glencoe and Ben Nevis are accessible on a day drive to the west and north,
and the Arrochar Alps, Loch Fyne and Loch Lomond are situated to the north and
east. Glasgow, once the industrial capital of Scotland is a 90 mins drive
east. It is a friendly city, a place of varied cultures, and definitely worth
visiting. The Kelvingrove Museum in Glasgows West End is one of Scotlands
most visited attractions, and it is free!
Think of this self catering accommodation by Dunoon
as a special retreat from the daily grind, perhaps as a taste of country living,
but with all the comforts of
home. Visit the tall trees of the Benmore Botanical Gardens, walk the mediaeval
path of Ardnadham Heritage Trail to find the site of iron age dwellers and historic
Christian chapel. Scan the waters of Loch Eck for signs of the ancient crannogs,
visible when the water is low
A clear sky at night is a wonder to
behold. At dusk observe the wild Red Deer herd chancing the open for the lush
green grass, spot the Red Squirrel which is common in these parts. If you are lucky
you might glimpse an Otter on the river or lochside, even the Pine
Marten is occasionally seen.
For those looking for action and
adventure, Paint balling, Quadbiking, Cycling and Swimming are all available in the
And there is fine dining to be experienced in Dunoon and on Loch Fyne, as well as
many country inns offering country fare.
What better place to stay than Pucks Glen Lodges,
holiday cottages near Dunoon, for a highly enjoyable and memorable break away. You