CHASE THE WILD GOOSE HOLIDAY RENTALS is an unusual
name, designed to appeal to those with a sense of adventure, perhaps keen to
try something new, or even to those keen to re-kindle the days of their
youth. Pucks Glen Lodges really are appealing to people of
all ages. They are built from solid logs, a feature which adds to their
rustic charm. Being fully heated they can be occupied all year round.
Rashfield Sheilings are especially popular for couples on
romantic retreat to Scotland. The Wee Ludging is a lovely
space for a few nights self-catering luxury.
in a beautiful open woodland park setting mid-way between Loch Eck and the Holy
Loch, Pucks Glen Lodges are just 10 minutes drive from the
popular seaside town of Dunoon. The area is known as the Argyll Forest Park
section of the Loch Lomond Trossachs National Park. Rashfield
Sheilings are situated close by in a little farming hamlet, beside
the River Eachaig, with The Wee Ludging
DO A variety of outdoor pursuits, including walking the sunlit
forest tracks and paths of Argyll Forest, cycling and mountain biking at
Glenbranter and along the still shores of Loch Eck, fishing the well stocked
lochs and rivers of Eachaig & Massen, wildlife spotting - Red Squirrels, Red
Deer, Roe Deer and Common Seals have been seen - and bird watching - Herons,
Peregrines, Curlews, Sandpipers, Buzzards, Woodpeckers and Kingfishers, Dippers
and Wagtails are local residents.
quad-biking, clay pigeon shooting or even frisbee tennis. Explore the many coastal
towns and villages of Dunoon, Strone, Kilmun, Blairmore, Ardentinny, Strachur,
Tighnabruiach, Cairndow, Inveraray, Furnace along Loch Fyne, Loch Long, the Holy
Loch, the Kyles of Bute and the Clyde Estuary.
DOORSTEP of the lodges you can visit the famous Pucks Glen Gorge or
the avenue of Giant Redwoods in the Younger Botanical Gardens at Benmore. In Argyll
you will also find the tall trees of the Ardkinglas Estate, the National Trust
gardens of Crarae. Take in the rich beauty and splendour of the wonderful Argyll
scenery... Just a short step from the city to the Highlands of Scotland where hill,
sky and sea meet in perfect harmony