Loch Awe is Scotland’s longest loch, 25.47 miles (41km). From the luxury of your log cabin with hot tub you can enjoy beautiful views of this loch and mountains.
Loch Awe is renowned for its trout fishing. Salmon pass through the loch, coming past the barrage in the River Awe and continuing into the River Orchy. Loch Awe contains several ruined castles on islands, and at the northern end has one of the most photographed castles in Scotland, Kilchurn Castle, which in summer may be visited by a short boat trip or by a half mile walk from a small car park just after the bridge over the River Orchy. Saint Conan’s Kirk and Chapel of St Fyndoca are located in Loch Awe.
Check out the Visit Scotland website with a wealth of places to visit around Loch Awe by clicking HERE