A traditional three-bedroom log cabin in Argyll Forest Park near Dunoon on the western edge of the Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park.
We are family and dog friendly and the lodge is big enough for groups of six but cosy enough for couples. Double-glazed throughout and recently refurbished to a high standard, Ruskin Lodge is the perfect home-from-home and we welcome guests throughout the year.
TRAVEL & HOSPITALITY TIMETABLE SPRING/SUMMER 2021
26th April: self-catering accommodation can be booked (one household only).
Travel to Scotland from other parts of the UK is permitted.
17th May: four guests from two households can stay (excluding children under 12).
early June: six guests from three households can stay (date TBC).
BOOK WITH CONFIDENCE:
If your holiday cannot go ahead due to Coronavirus travel restrictions, you can change your booking to another time or get a full refund, including your deposit.
We want your family holiday to be safe and stress-free so we include lots of items and features to keep everyone happy. The lodge has everything from a high chair and travel cot to blackout curtains and electric blankets. The kitchen has an induction hob and soft-close drawers to keep little fingers safe.
We are dog owners ourselves so know all the best walking routes and dog-friendly places to go for a meal or a drink. Many walks start directly from the lodge, with no need to get in a car or even cross a road. Puck's Glen is immediately behind the lodges offering a magical walk that especially dramatic during wet weather.
We live just a five minute drive away from the lodge meaning we know the area like the back of our hands! We can offer lots of tips and advice ahead of your stay and are on hand if you'd like us to pop by and answer any questions.
Whatever the season, there is always something to see and do in Cowal. In autumn enjoy walks through the area's forests - you can spot deer and red squirrels which are particular active. In winter, Puck's Glen benefits from the rain, with stunning waterfalls and dramatic pools. In spring there are snowdrops, blankets of bluebells and lots of birds while in summer the long light days give you plenty of time to explore the coastline and take day trips around the area.