There are plenty of places to stay in Cowal, from luxury hotels to lakeside lodges and bunkhouses with prices to suit everyone’s pocket. And of course, for those wishing to ‘leave no trace’ (in their bank account), camping is also an option. Follow the links below for recommendations about your preferred type of accommodation in and around Dunoon.
A directory of small, medium and large hotels organised alphabetically and and tagged with a geographical region. Websites linked where possible.
A directory of B&B’s and Guesthouses organised alphabetically and and tagged with a geographical region. Websites linked where possible.
A directory of houses, lodges, cottages and caravans in Cowal. Organised alphabetically and and tagged with a geographical region. Websites linked where possible.
Some advice on wild camping in Cowal (and Scotland in general). For those who don’t like booking forms. Leave No Trace is the mantra of a good traveller or pilgrim in Scotland.
Information about some of the more ‘back-to-basics’ bunkhouses and village halls available for groups of pilgrims to overnight in while traversing the Cowal Pilgrimage.
You may find other useful information about accommodation on the following websites (these will open in a new tab):
Heart of Argyll (Argyll’s Secret Coast)
Wild About Argyll (Visit Cowal)
Holiday Lettings – Cowal Peninsula (Tripadvisor)
If you are a hotelier, camp-site manager, B&B host or other kind of accommodation-provider in Dunoon or elsewhere on the Cowal peninsula, and you would like to be listed on our website, please use the Contact Us option and include the following details:
1] The name of your accommodation
2] The address and location of your hotel or campsite
3] A contact telephone number and email address for people to book with you.
4] The URL of your website, if you have one.