Holiday Accommodation & Location Details
Osprey Lodge is in a lovely setting on the banks of Loch Awe and around 10 miles from Dalmally in Argyllshire, Scotland. The holiday lodge provides a comfortable self catering accommodation choice for families, couples or friends looking to explore the wonderful countryside.
The log cabin is all on the ground floor and can sleep up to four people in two bedrooms. One bedroom is a double and the other is a twin bedroom. The lodge also has a bathroom with a shower over the bath, basin and a toilet. The rest of the accommodation is open plan with a living area, kitchen and dining area.
Osprey Lodge provides you with the chance to enjoy a holiday, weekend break or short break throughout the year and whatever the weather you will feel warm and cosy. The lodge has Gas central heating and in the living area there is an electric fire. The oven is well equipped as you would expect from a self catering holiday and has an electric oven, gas hob, microwave, fridge/freezer and washing machine.
If you like to spend your evenings in the lodge then there is a Freeview TV, DVD player, selection of books, games and DVDs. If you like to head out on the evenings Dalmally is around 11 miles. There is a shop, post office and a hotel as well as golf course. There are castles, lochs, walks, bike trails and much more to enjoy all within easy reach of Osprey Lodge.
Some of the other features of the lodge include:-
- Power & Fuel Included
- Bed Linen & Towels Included
- Cot & Highchair on Request
- Off Road Parking
- Decking Area with Outdoor Furniture
- Shared Lawn Garden
- Pet Friendly (1 Dog)
- Shop 11 Miles/Pub 1 Mile
It is worth noting that Osprey Lodge is within 200 yards of the shores of the Loch and as such children should be supervised at all times. The accommodation is available throughout the year and weekly prices range from £290 to £608 per week. Self catering holidays in Argyllshire in a holiday lodge are a great choice and get booked quickly, so early booking of this accommodation is essential.Tags: