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Dunoon

Sitting upon the sparkling waters of the Firth of Clyde, this faux ‘island’ is bordered by two bays, making it most easily accessible by water. The largest town in Argyll, there are many historical sites and landmarks for travellers to discover. Visitors will enjoy walking the idyllic pier and promenades, which both serve as a reminder of the towns past as a popular Victorian resort.

The surrounding countryside is both picturesque and dramatic, the perfect backdrop for photography. The many nearby trails are perfect for hiking, walking, cycling and wildlife watching or photography. The area is also well known for the excellent fishing waters, both in fresh and sea waters, with opportunities for visitors to go on guided fishing trips or simply bring their own rod and pitch up if they buy a licence. The famous local produce of the town includes oysters, salmon and kippers, which are proudly served up in many of the local restaurants, ranging in style from fine dining to casual and everything in between.

We love Dunoon because...

  • Picturesque seaside town
  • Great fishing waters
  • National park nearby
Hotels in Dunoon
Dunoon-Breaks travel-Glenmorag Hotel
Glenmorag Hotel
Kilbride Road Dunoon PA23 7QH

Panoramic views over Dunoon, beautiful grounds and fantastic entertainment.

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£65.00pp
Glenmorag Hotel
Kilbride Road Dunoon PA23 7QH

Panoramic views over Dunoon, beautiful grounds and fantastic entertainment.

Dunoon-Breaks tour-Royal Marine Hotel
Royal Marine Hotel
Hunters Quay Dunoon PA23 8HJ

This charming hotel offers a tranquil spot in the countryside, set in 400 acres of lovely parkland and featuring two championship golf courses.

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£45.00pp
Royal Marine Hotel
Hunters Quay Dunoon PA23 8HJ

This charming hotel offers a tranquil spot in the countryside, set in 400 acres of lovely parkland and featuring two championship golf courses.

Dunoon-Breaks trek-The Argyll Hotel
The Argyll Hotel
Argyll Street Dunoon PA23 7NE

This hotel enjoys wonderful views of the River Clyde, plenty of dining options with a friendly service, and cosy bedrooms to return to after a day of exploring this beautiful part of Scotland.

2 nights from
£69.00pp
The Argyll Hotel
Argyll Street Dunoon PA23 7NE

This hotel enjoys wonderful views of the River Clyde, plenty of dining options with a friendly service, and cosy bedrooms to return to after a day of exploring this beautiful part of Scotland.

Dunoon-Breaks weekend-Esplanade Hotel
Esplanade Hotel
West Bay Promenade Dunoon PA23 7HU

Perfectly positioned for some of the best views on the West Coast, Esplanade Hotel is a great base for exploring Cowal Peninsula.

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Esplanade Hotel
West Bay Promenade Dunoon PA23 7HU

Perfectly positioned for some of the best views on the West Coast, Esplanade Hotel is a great base for exploring Cowal Peninsula.

In and around Dunoon

Castle House Museum

Castle House Museum features insights into the local history of the town, as well as the family history of its inhabitants and genealogical information. With exhibits, models and photographs to walk you through the history, from Neolithic to present day. The museum’s beautiful landscaped gardens are also open to the public to explore.

Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park

Featuring arrestingly beautiful vistas, as well as many beautiful areas to explore. There are 21 munros or mountains in the park as well as two forest parks and a whopping 57 designated Special Nature Conservation Sites, which home many local species of animals and plants.

Benmore Botanic Garden

Set within a stunning mountainous location, this 120-acre garden houses a wonderful collection of flowering trees, shrubs, rhododendron and many more, from North and South America, The Orient and Europe. Marvel at the giant redwoods, eat lunch by the blooming rhododendrons and talk a stroll through the seven miles of trails and up to the viewpoint to admire the full gardens, in all their glory.

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