Ruskin Lodges are well-placed for exploring the area's attractions. The log cabins are located in Argyll Forest Park on the western edge of Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park. You can see red squirrels, many types of birds, deer, and - if you're lucky - rare pinemartin.
As well as the wonderful wildlife, there are lots of activities to enjoy, attractions to visit, and local produce to try.
Films featuring Cowal and Argyll
A Sense of Place - #1: Argyll Forest Park
This fantastic film by Max Smith captures the area immediately around the lodge during the autumn a few years ago. It features much of the wildlife guests regularly see - red squirrels, deer and birds.
Music: This Will Destroy You - Killed The Lord, Left For The New World | Camera: Max Smith, Michael Hodges | Editing: Max Smith | Sound: Max Smith | Assistant: Jasper Broadhurst
Wild About Argyll - Taste of Place Trail
Argyll & the Isles is a world-class food and drink destination, attracting gourmets from across the globe. The land and sea offer up the finest seafood, game and meat, while producers create a range of artisan products from preserves and chocolates to hand-roasted coffee. There are so many ways you can experience this great foodie tradition, from the array of restaurants and cafes serving up local produce to distillery tours, food and drink tastings and farmers' markets.
Mountain Biking Trails - Wild About Argyll
Scotland’s Adventure Coast has many great mountain biking trails and a growing number of events - and is the perfect location for bike packing.