Holy Loch Lodge is a privately owned lodge set in picturesque Hunters Quay overlooking the spectacular Holy Loch. Located in a prime location in a quiet cul-de-sac this inviting lodge offers modern comforts, and a warming home from home welcome for families and couples looking for time out together.
The interior has been newly refurbished to provide a warm and contemporary feel. The open plan living room has two comfortable leather reclining sofas, perfect to curl up with a good book, a glass of wine or simply relax and enjoy family time. Enjoy the 49inch Smart TV, free Wi-Fi, alternatively you have games, books and an assortment of DVD's. There is a seated dining area for up to four with lovely views and a well equipped kitchen.
The two bright and sunny bedrooms feature the main double bedroom a fitted wardrobe, and a dresser table with mirror. The twin bedroom is fitted with a wardrobe and desk, ideal for children. Both bedrooms feature flat screen TV's and share a family bathroom, complete with shower, wash basin with illuminated mirror including shaver socket and toilet.
Outside is a large private and fully enclosed deck with a patio table and four chairs to enjoy those relaxed sunny days or to enjoy alfresco meals while admiring the loch views in the distance. Ideal for sitting outside in all weathers or just for drying the dog/wet clothes and boots.
There is private parking for two cars. To reach Holy Loch Lodge there is a separate entrance for privately owned lodges, separate from the holiday village entrance.
Well behaved dogs are very welcome, maximum two per stay – fees apply.
Holy Loch Lodge is located within Hunters Quay Holiday Village (free and payable activities) offering a leisure centre, two indoor swimming pools, spa, fitness centre, bar and restaurant and both indoor and outdoor play areas for children. Guests can pay direct to use the facilities within the holiday village – paid activities are not included in your accommodation price.
Dunoon is approximately 3 km from The Lodge with local cafes, pubs and restaurants and is an ideal location to explore the region with numerous picturesque walks, cycle paths, stunning scenery, and an abundance of wildlife including a seals and porpoises in the Holy Loch and Clyde Estuary.