Rosscairn is a small family run hotel set in large mature gardens in the village of Kirn about a mile and a half out of Dunoon, adjacent to the 18 hole Cowal golf course. Ample private off road parking within the grounds is of course an advantage.
There are 7 spacious comfortable guest bedrooms (2 family, 2 double and 3 twin) all with en-suite shower and toilet facilities and complimentary coffee/tea tray.
Enjoy a full Scottish breakfast (vegetarian options are available) in the spacious dining room which overlooks our large back gardens (watch out for the deer making a grand entrance) before going off to explore the Cowal peninsula and all that it has to offer.
Leisure activities close by include, golf courses, sailing, walking, bowling, cycling, discovering wildlife or fishing and much more. Red squirrels, roe deer, red deer and all manner of bird life can be seen if you know where to look. Seals, dolphins, porpoises and many seabirds are to be found in the sea lochs and even basking sharks are summer visitors often spotted but don't worry they are not interested in eating you!
There are also two T.V. lounges in the hotel equipped with an interesting variety of books and games for family friendly evenings of relaxation after a busy day in the fresh air! An evening dinner consisting of fresh local produce is available by prior arrangement.
Dunoon is approximately 35 miles west of Glasgow and can conveniently be reached by car or public transport. There is lots to discover in the area with fresh and seawater lochs, forest walks and of course the Loch Lomond National Park and Inveraray a short drive away. Roads are quiet and uncluttered which cyclists and walkers discover to their delight.
If you are looking for just a short break to relax for a few days or a longer stay to really unwind then Rosscairn is the ideal base from which to enjoy the peace, tranquility and fantastic scenery of Argyll and the South West Highlands. You will always find a warm welcome!
51 Hunter Street
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This page was last updated: 24 June 2010