Best holiday rental deals in Loch Awe
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The Weather in Loch Awe
Here is our climate diagram for Loch Awe. This year, July will have the highest average temperatures. In contrast, the coolest month is February. The rainiest month is July, while the driest month is March.
Discover picturesque holiday cottages in historic and scenic Loch Awe
Stay in a beautiful and traditional Scottish home in Loch Awe, including charming cottages, authentic woodland cabins and British brick houses in this stunning location. Located in western Scotland near the Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park, enjoy visiting historic sites including old churches and castles.
Arriving at Loch Awe by train
If you’d prefer to sit back and enjoy the handsome countryside, you can travel to Loch Awe Railway Station. Direct trains from Glasgow Queen Street take just two and a half hours, or three and a half hours from Edinburgh Station. Expect to pay about £30 for a return ticket from Glasgow and £50 from Edinburgh if you book in advance.
Loch Awe's surrounding settlements
Day trips to nearby towns are also well worth considering, such as Dalavich, Ardanaiseig and Auchindrain. They’re brilliant places to savour delicious local produce, as well as experience the particular character of this splendid part of Scotland.
Points of interest around picturesque Loch Awe
A town that sits on the western banks of Loch Fyne, a destination noted for its superb oysters and salmon. It features a castle on magnificent grounds that dates from the 18th century.
Undoubtedly one of the most gorgeous castles in the whole of Scotland, this partially-ruined construction sits at the foot of a hill and has a noble history that goes all the way back to the 15th century.
St Conan's Kirk
A historic church that's located among unspoilt nature, featuring a number of striking ornate architectural features and parts to explore including the cloisters and light-bathed chancel area.
Another gorgeous church built in the Gothic style, with gravestones dating from medieval times. You can even see some Bronze Age burial cairns, or stone piles, which served as memorials at the time.
This residence dates from the Renaissance period, and has unusual and distinctive architectural features such as the five-floor tower house and fantastic views of the surroundings from the top.
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