Stayed here for 4 nights in the school October break. Stayed in a friends caravan so our accomodation was lovely with beautiful views over the Holy Loch. The Hunters Grill up at the reception area is fantastic, - we ate there a lot for breakfast, lunchand dinner. The staff were brilliant - very friendly and attentive. It was my 8 year old daughters birthday when we were there and they made such a fuss of her. The pool area is also great - really big and quiet everytime we were there. A sauna, jacuzzi and steam room for the adults too. The downsides are that you need a car just to get from your caravan to reception because it is so large its a long way away, - its also really dark and could get quite dangerous walking around at night, - take a torch so you don't trip up. The site is very poorly sign posted as well so it took us ages to find our caravan - the map is useless. The on site shop looks like its been stuck in a time warp in the 80's - very little stock and very expensive if you do find something yoindo u want to buy - and the nearest supermarket is Morrisons in Dunoon which is about a 15 min drive. Dunoon and the surrounding area is fine if you like the outdoors - beautiful scenery and walks but with a 70 year old and an 8 year old there wasn't much to do in the pouring rain. We went to Inverary Jail which is well worth a trip - so is the fab coffee shop in Inverary with huge cakes in the window to tempt you. Wouldn't rush back here unless I had a good idea of what activities to do before I went.
- Also Known As:
- Hunter`s Quay Holiday Park Hotel Dunoon
- Hunters Quay Holiday Village Dunoon, Scotland