Harrier 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 shower room with W/C & wash basin.
Separate 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.
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- Use of private BBQ hut available for an extra charge of £30 per night (charcoal is provided).
Terms & Conditions
CHARGES & TERMS:-A deposit of 25% per break/holiday secures the reservation. The full cost of the holiday is payable 4 weeks before arrival. If you book less than 4 weeks prior to your holiday, we will require full payment at the time of booking.
CANCELLATION:-Cancellation after final payment made results in loss of all rental fees. If you cancel more than 4 weeks before the start date your deposit will be forfeited. If this is a concern guests may wish to take out holiday insurance.
PAYMENT:-All payments should be made by cheque or BACS transfer to the owners directly.
OCCUPANCY:-Occupancy shall be from 4.00pm on the day of arrival to 10.00am on the day of departure.
GROUP BOOKINGS:-The owners reserve the right to refuse group bookings or other persons who in their opinion are unsuitable for the accommodation.
PETS:-Well behaved pets are accepted. There is a £15 surcharge for each pet (max 2) - please enquire. Pets are not allowed on furniture / beds at any time and not to be left in the property unnattended.
CARS:-There is car parking available alongside the property.
BED LINEN & TOWELS:-All bed linen is included in the holiday price. Guests need to bring their own towels.
ELECTRICITY & GAS:-Included in the hire charge.
SMOKING:-For the comfort of all guests NO SMOKING is allowed in the chalets.
IN CASE OF COMPLAINT:-While it is unlikely that you should have a complaint, occasionally things do go wrong. If you have a problem during your stay, you MUST inform the owners immediately who will endeavour to rectify the matter. The owners will not accept liability for any dissatisfaction or other complaint not reported during your stay.
- Harrier is a single storey lodge.
- There are approx. 3 steps up into the lodge.
- 1 x double bedroom.
- 1 x twin bedroom.
- Family bathroom - shower cubicle, wash basin & W/C.
- Separate W/C & wash basin.
- Open plan living, dining & kitchen area.
- Lounge is furnished with an electric fire.
- TV with Freeview, DVD, selection of books, games & DVDs.
- Dining table with seating for 4.
- Fully equipped kitchen - electric oven, gas hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine.
- Private decking area furnished with table & chairs.
- Parking for 2 cars approx. 10 paces from the lodge.
- Free Wifi.
- Hairdryer provided.
- Iron & ironing board provided.
- Gas central heating.
- Fuel & power included.
- Bedding & bed linen provided.
- Please bring towels.
- Cot & highchair available on request.
- Pet friendly - £15 per dog per week (max 2).
- Sorry, no smoking in the lodges but permitted on the outside veranda area.
- Note: Property located 200 yards from the Loch, children must be supervised.
Local Fishing Information
- Free fishing from the shores in front of the log cabins
- Loch Awe is famous for its record brown trout (British Record), but is also home to rainbow trout, salmon, sea trout, monstrous pike, perch, eels, roach, and the 'rare' Arctic char.
- Guests are welcome to bring their own boat or hire one locally.
- The salmon fishing season runs from the 15th January - 15th October.
- The trout fishing season runs from the 15th March - 5th October.
Oban - Known as the 'Gateway to the Isles', a popular coastal and historic town, 35 minutes away.
Oban Distillery - Situated in the heart of the town, a popular whisky distillery that offers tours.
Local Shops - Oban has a Tesco, Lidl and Aldi.
War and Peace Museum - Located in Oban, hosts a collection of local historical artefacts.
Arduaine Gardens - A tranquil and peaceful coastal garden looked after by the National Trust.
Loch Etive - Cruises and boat hire.
Loch Awe - Scotland's longest loch at 41km, renowned for its trout fishing. The loch has many islands, 5 castle ruins, cranogs and bays.
Ben Cruachan - Challenging walks up a 1124m mountain - the highest point in Argyll and Bute.
Local Hiking - Tall Trees Trail, Barnaline Oakwoods and Avich Falls, Inverinan Trail, Loch Awe.
St Conans Kirk - Beautiful church on the banks of Loch Awe.
The Hollow Mountain - Lying deep within Ben Cruachan is one of the country’s most amazing engineering achievements - a power station buried one kilometre below the ground.
Inverawe Country Park - Set at the foot of Ben Cruachan, surrounded by beech and oak woods with spectacular views over the River Awe into Glen Lonan.
Kilchurn Castle - At the north eastern corner of Loch Awe lies Kilchurn Castle, built in the 15th century by Sir Colin Campbell, probably the most photographed castle in Scotland.
Inveraray Jail - 19th-century jail with interactive exhibits & live actors.
Glencoe - Spectacular glen just east of Ballachulis
Horse Riding - Available at Dalchenna Farm Ardfern.