Osprey Lodge 18
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Lodge / 2 bedrooms / sleeps 6 Home 335571
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Lodge / 2 bedrooms / sleeps 6
2 bedrooms ● Sleep 4+2 ● Wi-Fi on the park ● Loch View ● On the Drimsynie Estate ● Close to a leisure centre, restaurants and entertainment.● Pet free lodge - no dogs
Friday for 3, 7 and 14 nights
Saturday for 7 and 14 nights
Monday for 4, 7 and 14 nights
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday are non-arrival days
To book this lodge we will email you a booking reference number and it is confirmed by a phone call to the payment office.
Pricing - The holiday park operate a 'dynamic pricing' policy which is a way of saying that prices change. We will always quote the best price at your time of enquiry.
Osprey Lodge 18 is a privately owned 2 bedroom holiday property close to the Hotel & Leisure Centre. Large verandah to the front with loch & mountain views.
The A-framed design has 2 stories. From the entry hall area you walk into the lounge which has floor-to-ceiling windows so as to make the most of the view. The lounge continues in an open plan to the dining with seating for 6. There is a galley style kitchen.
Bedrooms and bathrooms
Bedroom 1: Upstairs - double , wall mounted TV, en-suite bath, shower, WC
Bedroom 2: Upstairs - twin and wall mounted TV
There is a double sofa bed in the lounge to sleep an extra 2 guests
Ground floor shower room / WC
Wall mounted TV in the lounge
Galley style kitchen with microwave, fridge with freezer shelf
Iron & ironing board
Double glazing & electric heating
Bed linen & duvets made up for your arrival
Picnic table on balcony
Parking by the lodge
Sorry - no pets allowed
Cot and high chair available - £10 per item
Patio doors open onto the deck area
No smoking please
There is FREE Wi-Fi at the leisure centre
You have a pay option for Wi-Fi in the lodge at £5 per day for 3 devices or £15 per week for 3 devices
The Drimsynie Holiday Village
One mile from Lochgoilhead village, the Drimsynie Estate Holiday Village is a popular choice for families and groups of friends wanting to have a range of activities, places to eat and entertainment on site. Safe to say that Drimsynie offers a unique choice in the west of Scotland with its first class all-weather leisure facilities. Use it as a base to explore the area or come and enjoy what they have to offer on the park.
Pubs & Restaurants
A short walk to the regular entertainment and family nights (during holiday dates). You will be given a What's On Programme on arrival. The Rob Roy Lounge serves bar meals and take-away. There is also an adults only Fireside Bar.
The Bistro Restaurant is upstairs in the original Drimsynie House Hotel. Not open every night.
1 mile away is The Goil Inn which is the village pub. Bar meals & take-away, pool table and TV for watching sport
The Goil Inn has regular Friday night bar entertainment and acoustic nights.
Walk over footbridge and follow the path round the head of the loch to the Shore House Inn. Restaurant and bar. Open Wednesday to Sunday. Take-away pizzas.
Activities - At a glance
Walking distance to the Leisure Centre with 25m indoor swimming pool, sauna, Jacuzzi, steam room & gym and more.
Steps away from the 9-hole loch side golf course
On-site Argyll Bike Hire.
1 mile to Loch Goil Cruisers - all year boat hire
Fishing on the shores of Loch Goil - or hire a boat
River Goil - permits from the Post Office. Best when the river is in spate
1 mile to the Post Office, newsagent and small grocery store
Costcutter mini-market - open 7 days - in the Estate
No supermarket delivers to the village. Many guests shop at ASDA or Morrisons in Dumbarton or the Co-Op in Balloch on the way to Lochgoilhead
Petrol - there is no garage in the village. Nearest petrol stations are: Strachur, Arrochar and Inveraray
Mobile phone reception - Vodafone - if you use another service please check with your provider about cover
Self-service laundry adjacent to the Costcutter store
Hairdresser on site
The Treatment Rooms at Drimsynie offers beauty and relaxation treatments for men & women.
Glasgow Airport 48 miles - 1 hr 15 min
|Size||Sleeps up to 6, 2 bedrooms|
|Rooms||2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms of which 1 En suites and 1 Shower rooms|
|Nearest beach||Shoreline on Loch Goil 500 m|
|Will consider||Long term lets (over 1 month)|
|Nearest Amenities||500 m|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Glasgow 75 km, Nearest railway: Tarbet 19 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Internet access, DVD player, Sea view|
|General||Central heating, TV, CD player, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available|
|Utilities||Cooker, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Furniture||1 Sofa beds, Double beds (1), Single beds (2), Cots (1), Dining seats for 6, Lounge seats for 6|
|Other||Linen provided, High chair|
|Outdoors||Balcony or terrace, BBQ, Bicycles available, Climbing frame|
|Access||Parking, Not suitable for wheelchair users|
The Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park region
The Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park
Centred on Loch Lomond, and including several ranges of hills, Loch Lomond and Trossachs was the first national park established by the Scottish Parliament in 2002.
It includes 21 Munros and 20 Corbetts, two forest parks and 57 designated special nature conservation sites. The park consists of many mountains as well as inland and sea lochs. The main principal attractions are scenery, walking, and wildlife.
For walkers seeking a challenge, the West Highland Way passes through the park, and sections can be done as a day trip from Lochgoilhead and Cowal in conjunction with Loch Lomond Cruises. They run a daily boat from Tarbet that will drop you off and pick you up on the north Loch Lomond section. This not a difficult walk and makes for a great day out. For the nearby Munros, Ben Lomond, and The Cobbler in the Arrochar Alps attract most hikers.
There is a national park visitor centre at the southern end of Loch Lomond, called Loch Lomond Shores, which includes a visitor information centre at the most popular gateway to the park, as well as an aquarium, shops and restaurants.
Day trips include Loch Katrine where you can travel on the historic steamship SS Sir Walter Scott, while cruises on Loch Lomond can be taken from Tarbet and Balloch.
Munros within the Park - a list of mountains over 3000ft within easy travelling of Lochgoilhead and Cowal include:
• Beinn Ime (1011m), Arrochar
• Ben Lomond (974m), Balmaha
• Ben Vorlich (943m), Ardlui
• Beinn Chabhair (933m), Ardlui
• Beinn Narnain (926m), Arrochar
• Ben Vane (915), Ardlui
Email us for a copy of our 17 page Destination Guide for Lochgoilhead. It covers everything you need to know about what is happening in the village as well as activities, restaurants, walks and touring in the area. There is much to tell about this special place. It is updated to make sure all the details are accurate.
What to do in the area
Eating Out - Sitting at the head of the loch is The Shorehouse Inn. Open for lunch and dinner (closed Monday & Tuesday) it has a bar as well as a seperate dining room with loch views. In the village as The Goil Inn, again serving lunch and dinner. The Drimsynie Leisure Centre has the Rob Roy Lounge and a Coffee Shop. All of them offer a Take-Away service.
Entertainment - Friday nights in The Shorehouse Inn is an informal accoustic night usually kicking off around 9pm. This is very much a wait-and-see-who-turns-up night, but there has been a regular crew coming for years and it can be a good night. The Goil Inn has regular bar lounge entertainment on a Friday night. The Drimsynie House Hotel also has regular entertainment throughout the year.
Boating – There is a slipway in the village so if you are a boat, canoe or kayak, bring them. You can hire a motor boat all year round as well as fishing boats during the main season. New for 2013 – Argyll Voyageur Canoes offer a number of escorted trips on the loch.
Wild Life – Bring your binoculars as there is plenty of bird life on the loch. You are likely to see deer, red squirrels, buzzards – and, no joking, we have had whales in the loch the last 2 summers that were visible from the village.
Hill Walking – More hills than you can shake a stick at. There are marked trails starting in the village. Choose from circular walks on good paths or get the kit on and head up into the higher hills. No matter what walk you do, the views are always rewarding and ever changing. Bring your camera. Use the Information Map on this website to get a better idea of what walks are available, If you want to take on some Munro's Ben Ime and The Cobbler are just a short drive away outside the glen.
Touring - If you look at the map you will see that Lochgoilhead is a great base to explore a wonderful area. Day trips north take you to Oban and Fort William. South heads towards the Cowal Peninsula. Cruise boat trips on Loch Lomond available all year as well as the Paddle Steamer Waverley from Dunoon during the summer. Again, the Information Map is the best place to see what your options are.
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