The setting for The Lodge on Loch Fyne is one of the most picturesque in Argyll & Bute, Scotland.

Built in 1860 as a shooting lodge for a wealthy landowner, our beautiful bedrooms are a complete hideaway and a favourite place for those celebrating all kinds of special occasions.


Mike & Suzanne welcome you to The Lodge on Lock Fyne, a stunning former Victorian shooting lodge set in two acres overlooking the spectacular Loch Fyne and Inveraray Castle. The adjoining woodland has achieved SSSI status and if you walk through the woods you will see the many plants native to this area. You may also see some of the wildlife including red squirrels, deer and owls.

The beautiful Cowal Peninsula offers wonderful scenery, where you can enjoy walking, fishing, golf, swimming and boating in and around Loch Fyne. It offers guests a peaceful retreat with outstanding loch views and is the perfect location for exploring the magnificent west highlands of Scotland.

We also offer the opportunity to moor your boat at one of our moorings or why not bring your horse to the paddock and ride around the countryside.


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INVERARAY HIGHLAND GAMES
TUESDAY 19TH JULY 2016

WORLD CABER CHAMPIONSHIPS

The games start with a pipe band parade at 10.45am from Inveraray Town Centre. Admission prices are Adults £8, Seniors £5, Children £3 and a Family Ticket £18 available on the day at the gate. Free parking is available at the games. The games are well sign posted from Inveraray.

We look forward to welcoming you to the grounds of Inveraray Castle, the venue of the Inveraray Highland Games. The Games celebrate our rich culture and heritage with field and track events, piping, highland dancing competitions and heavy events including the world championships for tossing the caber. You will also find a good selection of local Scottish food and drink stands as well many trade and charity stalls. There is also childrens entertainment including fair rides.

April 19, 2016 - Posted by Mike

In November 2009 a plan was hatched to have a beer festival at Fyne Ales Brewery. We wanted more than a run of the mill beer festival, we wanted a weekend of great beer, great food, and great music where people could come and camp over. We knew we had a wealth of food providers and musical talent in our local area and after getting them on-board, we had the beginnings of a great festival.

The 1st FyneFest was in the brewery forecourt in June 2010 and 350 people came for the weekend, most of them camping or staying locally.

The festival is now held in the fields surrounding the brewery with the camping and parking within strolling distance of the main festival site. We have capped the number of festival goers at 2000, small enough to be family friendly, big enough to have party.

Now in it’s 7th year, FyneFest just gets better and better. The team have endeavoured to add value year on year and the number of people returning each year stands as testament to the fact that we are doing things right.

- Posted by Mike

A feast of West Coast food, drink and entertainment for all ages.

Featuring LOCH FYNE OYSTERS & FOOD FROM ARGYLL producers.

Food stands for 2016 will include: Loch Fyne Oysters, Makar Gin, Mhor Bakery, Churchill Venison, Kingscross Hog-roast, Great Glen Charcuterie, Spencerfield Spirits, Bumble Puddings and vegetarian dishes, Shellfield Lamb, Home Ground Coffee, Aye Love Food, Isle of Skye Bakery, Gigha Halibut, Crystals Shortbread, and Oban Chocolates.

Ales supplied by Fyne Ales
Wine and Champagne Bar

Live music on both days including Dunoon Grammar School Pipe Band, Dr. Hip, The Big Shoogle, Bute Community Band and Rusty Nail.

Craft tent with over 15 craft and art exhibitors.
Hands on food and drink workshops for all ages

Children’s Entertainments including climbing wall, bouncy castle, kiddies rides and face painting.

FREE ADMISSION

- Posted by Mike

Mike & Suzanne are in the process of adding an arts page which will be available to view shortly.

April 11, 2016 - Posted by Mike

Hot from the organizer’s laptop, the best music festivals arround the spectacular shores of Loch Fyne.

Bluebell Festival- last weekend in May
Fynefest June 10 – 12.
BOWfest Sept 10-11.

Line up’s and more information to follow shortly.

January 24, 2016 - Posted by Mike