Stunning, elevated position on the shore of beautiful Loch Awe

Welcome

Sloy is a charming, self-catering log cabin in Dalavich. It is situated in an area of outstanding natural beauty within the remnants of ancient woodland, by the side of Loch Awe. It sits on a stunning elevated position with spectacular views of the loch and beyond.

The cabin is placed in its own well-maintained grounds extending to the shores of the loch where a pebble beach allows easy access for paddling and fishing. There is a campfire area immediately beside the cabin, overlooking the loch and ample parking for two cars.

Scandinavian Styled, Wood Fired Hot Tub

Outside there is a Scandinavian styled, wood fired hot tub available for guests. It is a lovely way to relax especially after a day of walking or cycling.

Sloy Cabin

The cabin provides comfortable accommodation for up to five guests. It consists of an open-plan lounge with dining area and a well-equipped kitchen. Two bedrooms, one double and one triple bunk and a family shower room with under floor heating.

The lounge area has a Smart TV/DVD player. Netflix, Now TV, Prime, Disney etc are all accessible with the use of your own account details. For your comfort and relaxation, there is a two-seated sofa, easy chairs and a fold away dining table and chairs. It also offers ever changing, breathtaking views from picture windows looking onto the loch.

The kitchen area is very well equipped with a hob/oven, fridge with small freezer compartment, microwave, toaster, cafetiere and kettle. From the lounge area the patio doors open onto a raised deck overlooking the loch, which has a picnic table/bench.

Dog Friendly

Sloy is a dog friendly cabin so you can bring your companion along to enjoy the extensive walking trails available right on your doorstep.

What our guests said:

“such a fabulous view to get up to”

“so relaxing, lovely cabin, hot tub, great area”

“cosy cabin, amazing views”

“beautiful cabin with even more beautiful views”

“Spectacular views from cabin”

“thoroughly enjoyed the ease of access to the loch for canoeing and swimming”