Exciting things to do in Dunoon near Cot House Inn

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Castle House Museum 
The Castle House Museum is set in stunning and well maintained gardens atop a hillside opposite the Gourock-Dunoon ferry terminal. The Museum tells the story of Dunoon through the ages from the Stone Age all the way through to the American Naval Base in the early 90s. It has an extensive collection of exhibits showing life as it was for the people of Dunoon through the ages.
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A magnificent unspoiled scenery, with quiet roads, and lovely places to visit. The Argyll Forest Park encompasses around 720 square miles of some of the finest scenery in Scotland. It contrasts rolling lowland landscapes in the south to high mountains in the north with many lochs and rivers, forests and woodlands. Extraordinarily beautiful. 
Argyll Forest Park
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Being out on the water is the best way to experience a vast area as beautiful as the Clyde. Forget about all that goes on inland and immerse your senses while you are whisked  around some incredible attractions like castles, lighthouses and sunken shipwrecks and at the same time get up close and personal with nature and keep your eyes peeled for porpoise, seals, sea eagles, otters and more.

Nowhere else in this area offers such an extensive maritime tour, and can tailor the trip to suit your groups needs.
Only 1 and half hours drive from the Cot House Inn, the Loch Lomond & the Trossacks National  Park is a spectacular destination where you will find breathtaking views,  exhilarating rides and spectacular experience on on the loch shore. This is a visit worth making to discover everything the National Park has to offer
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