Loch Awe

Loch Awe

Loch Awe dominates this peaceful corner of Argyll with its enigmatic 25 miles of fresh water.

Over twenty long abandoned Crannogs (prehistoric island huts) are still in evidence, along with the semi ruined Castles of Kilchurn - once the Clan Campbell seat which still dominates the loch - and Innis Chonnel and Fraoch Eilean, taking their names from the islands on which they stand.

The main islands of Fraoch Eilean and Innishail situated at the North end of Loch Awe and Innis Chonnel to the East - all are shrouded in myth, legend and rich in historic interest.

In present day Loch Awe is perfect for boating and pike and trout fishing which we can organise for you prior to your arrival.

 

 

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Taychreggan

Kilchrennan, By Taynuilt,
Nr. Oban, Argyll, Scotland PA35 1HQ

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