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Craigieburn Guest House, Dunoon, Argyll, Scotland

What to see and do

Craigieburn Guest House and surroundings offer all kinds of entertainment and activities, for young and old. Whether you like a holiday full of culture and adventure or a quiet and relaxing holiday and just enjoying the nature and absolute silence, Craigieburn Guest House can provide it!

Deer and birds are in abundance in the area for those nature lovers. Or, you can go trout or salmon fishing using locally acquired permits. All you need to do is bring your own fishing rod. You can use the neighbouring lands for mountain biking or 4x4 off road driving.

But there is more! Craigieburn Guest House is an exceptional base of operations for further exploration of Argyll. You can visit famous places such as the Isle of Bute, Tarbert, Inveraray, Mull of Kintyre, Glen Coe, Oban, Ben Nevis, Isle of Arran and much much more. Discover fascinating castles, old Clan Houses, Standing Stones and other historical treasures.

Outdoor Activities

There's plenty to do for the outdoor fanatics as well! Sailing, quadbiking and speeding over the Clyde and lochs with a speedboat for instance to name but a few!

Craigieburn Guest House golfGolf
Scotland is the home of Golf and if you like this game, you are at the right address. The well known Loch Lomond course lies near, but if you like the more quiet and less expensive courses: the beautiful Kames Golf Course with its nine holes lies at approximately 10 minutes drive from Craigieburn Hotel. In Argyll, the Isles and Loch Lomond alone there are 55(!) golf courses situated. Plenty of choice and all well within reach of Craigieburn Guest House!


Mountain biking at Craigieburn Guest HouseMountain biking
There are different trails with great variety in grade for the mountain biker. Expect a wide range of roads (asphalt, forest roads and near inaccessible roads), hills and rivers. Each trail represents an unforgettable experience. You can bring your own bikes or rent them at the various businesses in the area.


Off road driving in CowalOffroad 4x4 driving
Scotland has a lot to offer in this particular sport and there are plenty of tracks with different challenges in the surrounding area. Through forests, bogs and mountainous terrain: an experience you will not soon forget.


Walking in Cowal from DunoonWalking
Walking in the surrounding area of Craigieburn Hotel is possible. There are enough routes in the area to keep you entertained for days on end. Click here for a few examples.



Diving in the Holy LochDiving
We have a good contacts with the local diving academy in Sandbank and are pleased to offer reduced tarriffs for their students. Click here for their website. If you plan on staying with us while following a course with the academy, please make sure to mention this when you book with us!
Click here to contact us now and ask for your reduced tariff!