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Rhu

Rhu

This small yet attractive village is nestled upon the bonnie banks of the Gare Loch in Argyll and Bute, with miles of rugged coastline and many opportunities to take part in the famous pastime of yachting. Visitors can enjoy walking along the small beach, and following it out at low tide to the Rhu Narrows. There is also a number of nature walks in the nearby area for visitors to take part in, including the Highlandman’s Road Footpath, which takes you on a journey through Glen Fruin, to Helensburgh and along the esplanade of the River Clyde back to Rhu.

The area prides itself on the friendly and local atmosphere as well as the traditional Scottish hospitality offered up at almost all establishments. Visitors often also enjoy the quality of the local produce including the freshly caught seafood, which can be found on menus across the area.

We love Rhu because...

  • Set upon rugged coastline
  • Friendly, local atmosphere
  • Freshly caught seafood
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Hotels in Rhu
The Rosslea Hall Hotel
Rhu, NR Helensburgh G84 8NF

Rosslea Hall Hotel is situated in an idyllic location as represents the perfect base from which to explore Loch Lomond and beyond.

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The Rosslea Hall Hotel
Rhu, NR Helensburgh G84 8NF

Rosslea Hall Hotel is situated in an idyllic location as represents the perfect base from which to explore Loch Lomond and beyond.

In and around Rhu

Glenarn Gardens

This cosy woodland garden is located in a pristine location, with views over the sparkling Gare Loch and is renowned for the rare and colourful rhododendrons. The overall style of the garden is Himalayan and the Asian magnolias, pretty rock gardens and majestic rhododendrons are all highlights for visitors to admire. Guided tours are available, but guests can walk through the gardens at their leisure.

Sea Life Loch Lomond Aquarium

This underwater world is a wonderful visitor attraction for both the young and the old, with seven themed zones to explore and a vast array of startling, exotic and rare sea creatures. The main highlight is the Tropical Ocean Tunnel, a walkway that contains Scotland’s largest collection of sharks. Visitors can also admire the cute family of otters, a giant green sea turtle and take part in some handling at the interactive rock pools.

Scottish Maritime Museum

Set on the shores of Irvine, this museum includes an excellent range of exhibits and artefacts detailing the story of Scots at sea. From a Viking Fourareen built from driftwood, to a boat built by Glaswegian teenagers as well as the many historical boats housed here. Guests can also try out the interactive exhibits and learn to sail in the indoor and outdoor ponds. The building itself is an 18th century shipyard and has a glass roof, allowing for a grand sight

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