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Loch Aweside Forest Park & Dalavich Village

Wild Rowan Cafe & Shop

A wonderfully welcoming little cafe for breakfast, lunch or just a coffee. Home made cakes from the local residents are a delight not to be missed. The small shop has the basics along with a post office. (Opening days and times vary depending on the season).

Loch View Bar & Grill

A cosy little restaurant located in the Community Centre. Open throughout the year at weekends, increasing to 5 nights a week during the summer period. Brian and Sheila offer friendly hospitality and good selection of high quality Pub classics. 

The Social club bar offers a good selection of drinks, a warm welcome and fantastic view over Loch Awe.

Boating & Fishing

Guests can enjoy free fishing from the communal beaches at Loch Aweside Forest Park or from a boat on the Loch. There is a communal launching site for guests private boats. Boat hire is available from LochAweside Marine, where you can explore Loch Awe or Loch Avich. Whether fishing or out for a family trip, take along a picnic, visit the islands and crannogs, and walk round the 13th-century castle on Innischonnel. Fishing tackle hire also available. Contact Tam on 07541 206698 or visit for details.

Walking & Cycling

The area is amazing for walking with breaktaking scenery and wildlife. The Forestry Comission manage numerous sign posted routes. Dog walkers and dogs will be in their element and are welcome in our cabins.

Cyclists can also enjoy exploring an endless amount of paths & tracks.. Bike hire is  available at The Bike Shed in the community centre. To reserve your bikes please call David on 01763 269558 or 07827 513671

Avich Falls

Approx 1.5 miles from The Cabins, are the beautiful Avich Falls. The River Avich flows about 1 mile (1.6 km) down the steep glacial valley of Loch Awe from Loch Avich and the falls are near the foot of the gully. There are several falls but the main one is of three cascades crossing open rocks. The falls are in the Inverliever Forest of the Barnaline estate, one of the first Forestry Commission estates in Scotland.

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