Surrounded by the beauty of woodland gardens and the magnificent Cowal Hills, Glendaruel Caravan and Camping Park is a quiet and secluded place for your holiday. The park’s tranquil atmosphere is the ideal setting in which to unwind.
Park staff members are eager to help you plan your activities and suggest outings. Glendaruel’s goal is to provide Scottish hospitality and the best personal service.
The park has consistently earned top awards from the Scottish Tourist Board as well as the British Holiday Parks Grading Scheme, showing they are the premier park in Cowal. Glendaruel has won the Scottish Thistle Award for Customer Care.
At the park you can sit back and enjoy the beautiful woodlands as well as the diversity of bird and wildlife. You can also take pleasant walks in the scenic glens and hills. It is possible to go fly fishing for salmon and sea trout on the Ruel. You may also go cycling on safe and quiet roads. If you don’t have a bike they are available for hire at Glendaruel. There are also nature and history trails to see.
THINGS TO DO NEARBY:
* The magnificent Kyles of Bute are superb waters for all sea sports - including angling! There is an almost limitless amount of fresh bait freely available - lugworm, cockles, mussels etc. There are boats for hire too.
* Tighnabruaich (11mls) - Sailing school for sailing and windsurfing courses. Tel: 01700 811396
* Younger Botanic Garden at Benmore
* Golf at Kames
* Tighnabruaich Art Gallery (Summer Only)
* Dunoon 18 miles - Swimming pool. Leisure centre. Two screen cinema. Bird Garden. Pottery. Traditional Scottish Entertainment. Tennis. Golf. Bowling
* Rothesay on the Isle of Bute - Just 18 miles and a short ferry crossing away. Visit Mount Stuart and Gardens, Bute's spectacular Victorian Gothic mansion in 300 acres of grounds
You have a choice of routes to Glendaruel
* Over the scenic Rest and Be Thankful (A83) down into Cowal (A815) the park lies 15 miles south of Strachur on the modernised A886.
* By ferry to Dunoon and then on the B836 which joins the A886 4 miles south of the park. If you are towing we do not recommend the latter route since there is a 1:5 uphill gradient at the head of Loch Striven.
*Reduced Clyde Ferry Tickets are available.
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