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SPRING IS ARRIVING

Its all beginning to happen.With snowdrops, crocuses and now the early daffodils and primroses. Even all the birds seem to be waking up – we have the most splendid woodpecker who arrives every morning for his breakfast at the bird table along with the siskins and very shy nutcatch.

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With the holidays over now is the time to look forward to the next holiday.  Inverawe is an amazing place to completely relax. Very peaceful, with walks from your door, lots of wildlife and birds and always a friendly welcome.  With fishing on the trout lochs and the Smokery Cafe and shop, there is something for everyone

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Welcome

Inverawe self-catering holiday cottages set at the foot of Ben Cruachan, surrounded by beech and oak woods with spectacular views over the River Awe into Glen Lonan, Argyll, provide the perfect location to unwind in West Scotland.

All four properties are warm and cosy, with wood burning stoves in the three cottages.  All are fully equipped to ensure a comfortable and pleasurable stay.

The three trout lochs and salmon river in Inverawe are each within easy walking distance of Garden Cottage, Butlers Cottage, Studio Flat and Balure Cottage along paths and forestry tracks and offer a great day’s fly fishing for all ages and all levels of experience. A discount is available for the cottage visitors.

Inverawe is a natural sanctuary for wild life, with Red and Roe Deer as well as red squirrels a common sight. The tranquillity and peace in the woods and parkland surrounding Loch Etive provide a natural haven for over a 100 species of birds. Families can enjoy the nature trails and wildlife sanctuary, with plenty to keep the children occupied.

Located half an hour’s drive from Oban, the gateway to the islands with daily ferries to Mull and Iona, Inverawe provides a central location for touring and exploring Argyll and the west of Scotland. There is lots to see and do locally, including Kilchurn Castle, an ancient Campbell stronghold, and the amazing underground hydro-power station in Cruachan; or explore the Bonawe Iron Furnace at Taynuilt where they made canon balls for Admiral Nelson.

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