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Loch Awe & Surrounding area

Scotland's longest Loch 

Measuring 41 kilometres (25 miles) from end to end, Loch Awe is the longest freshwater Loch in Scotland and the third largest. This means there are plenty of places to explore and things to do.

Kilchurn Castle

Located at the north end of the Loch, Kilchurn Castle, built in the 15h century it is often regarded as one of the most iconic and stunning castles in Scotland. Only a 40 minute drive from The Cabins, a visit to Kilchurn Castle is highly recommended.

Cruachan - The Hollow Mountain Power Station

The Cruachan power station was built between 1959-1965. A great day out can be had by all. Explore the visitors centre, take a tour underground by bus, there is a new interactive House for kids or just relax at the cafe overlooking Loch Awe. For the more adventurous types, take walk up to Cruachan Dam or for the best view right up to the summit of Ben Cruachan at 3694ft (1126m). Book your tour at

St Conan's Kirk

Nested on the banks of the Loch, Saint Conan’s Kirk has been providing the local community and visitors alike with a most enchanting experience. It is steeped in a family history, unconventional approaches to design and magical and almost unbelievable stories that surprise and delight those of every age. Learn all about the Kirk at

Inverawe Smokery & Fisheries

Inverawe has something for everyone, be it fishing, finding out how salmon is smoked, exploring the many trails and tracks, feeding the fish, trying their new play area, browsing through the shop, or enjoying the delicious food in the Smokery Café. More information can be found at

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