Eagle Lodge is one of four holiday lodges situated on the Southern shores of Loch Awe amongst five acres of peaceful grounds. Inside, this charming loch-side lodge has an open plan living, dining and kitchen area and can accommodate up to four people in one double and one twin bedroom.
There is a lovely shared lawned garden which the lodges overlook and there is a private BBQ hut available to hire for an extra charge of £30 per night (charcoal is provided).
Loch Awe provides a wonderful setting for a short break or weekly holiday. Ideal for fishermen, nature lovers & the adventurous. Here you are only a short drive to the town of Oban - a lovely harbour town with excellent fresh seafood, variety of shops, its own distillery and regular ferries shuttling between the many popular islands.
Oban is known as 'the Seafood Capital of Scotland', with many holidaymakers falling in love with the area and returning year after year. With such stunning scenery, beautiful mountain ranges, breathtaking lochs and a huge abundance of wildlife it's not hard to see why!
Bedrooms & Bathrooms
One double bedroom.
One twin bedroom.
Family bathroom with bath, separate corner shower cubicle, W/C & wash basin.
Pet friendly - £15 per dog per week (max 2).
Terms & Conditions
25% deposit is required on booking, balance is due 4 weeks beforehand.
Check in - 4.00pm & check out is 10.00am.
Gas central heating.
Fuel & power included.
Bedding & bed linen provided.
Please bring towels.
Cot & highchair available on request.
Sorry, no smoking.
Weekly breaks: Fri - Fri
Discover Loch Awe's islands, ruined castles & the surrounding countryside on foot, by bike or by boat!
Oban is only a short 35 minute drive away & is the nearest large town offering excellent fresh seafood, a variety of shops, a distillery & the ferry gateway to the Western Isles.
Shop 11 miles, pub 1 mile.
Local boat hire 5 minutes away with access to the harbour to keep your boat.
Slipway & harbour to bring your own boat.
Fishing permitted off the harbour, jetty & Lochside free of charge.