An oasis of comfort, hospitality, good food and fine wine.
Dhailling Lodge offer the perfect location for those seeking a few days solace from the hurly burly of city life, or a base from which to explore the beautiful Cowal peninsula and historic Argyll.
Ideally situated on the sea front, yet only a few minutes walk from the centre of Dunoon. The lounge and intimate dining room, both overlooking the Firth of Clyde, have an ambience of warmth and relaxed charm.
The 7 fresh and airy en-suite bedrooms, situated on the first floor, have central heating, colour TV, Electric blankets, hairdryer, bath-robes and hospitality trays.
There is a lift to the first floor and one bedroom has been specially adapted for wheelchair use, complete with roll-in shower.
* Credit Cards Accepted
* Disabled Access
* Dinner available
* Special Diets Catered For
* Tea/Coffee Making Facilities
* No Smoking throughout
* TV in Rooms
The Cowal peninsula, formed by Loch Fyne to the west and Loch Long to the east, is the most visited part of Argyll.
It is not far from Glasgow and frequent ferry services by CalMac and Western Isles Ferries from Gourock serve Dunoon.
Dunoon is the capital of the Cowal region, and grew from a village to a major Clyde seaside resort in the 1800.
It is dominated by Castle Hill upon which sits Castle House, built in the 1820s by a wealthy Glaswegian who generated local protest about access to common land around the house.
Places to visit include the The Benmore Botanical Gardens, Cowal Bird Garden and Ardnadam Heritage Trail, a short distance from the town.
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This page was last updated: 10 September 2010