Holy Loch Port
As "Marine Gateway to the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park" where seascape meets landscape, Holy Loch Port is within a short distance of lochs, castles, mountains and picturesque villages.Beyond the Cowal Peninsula, the array of stunning scenery and historical heritage unfolds - west to the beautiful Isle of Bute, the picturesque village of Inveraray and the port of Oban, "Gateway to the Isles", north to the majestic mountain and loch scenery of Loch Lomond and the Trossachs and east to the historic city of Stirling and the fashion, cultural and architectural centre that is Glasgow, Scotland's largest city.
- With its magnificent mountainside setting, is a joy to behold. Its 140 acres - entered via the spectacular Giant Redwood Avenue - boast a famous collection of flowering trees and shrubs.
- Inveraray Castle was built for the 5th Duke of Argyll in 1789 from an initial drawing by Sir John Vanbrugh and developed by Roger Morris and William Adam. With colourful gardens, park and woodlands.
- Only 45 Minutes drive by coach from the Port where you can view Scottish scenery at it's most magnificent. Loch Katrine lies at the heart of the wild beauty, from the famous poem "Lady of the Lake"
- Quadmania offers a great outdoor experience. Within a 2,000 acre estate, you can enjoy quad biking, archery, clay shooting or a team challenge course. For Adults and children over 8 years of age.
- Passengers can board the seaplane from the landing pontoon at Holy Loch with no need to travel to Glasgow or Loch Lomond. The seaplane can be sitting waiting on the passengers on the pontoon.
- Chainsaw Craft's Andy Maclachlan,creates sculptures inspired mainly by local wildlife. Visitors can browse the carvings on display,whilst watching Andy use only a chainsaw to carve amazing sculptures.