Puck’s Lodge is on the Lamont Lodges site between Loch Eck and the Holy Loch, six miles north of Dunoon in the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park. The site is midway between the Cothouse Services and the Benmore Botanic Gardens. It is immediately adjacent to the famous Puck’s Glen forest walks.
Reaching the lodge by car and ferry
Follow the M8 through past Glasgow Airport through Port Glasgow, Greenock and Gourock. We recommend taking the Western Ferry (signposted ‘Clyde – Argyll Ferry’) fom Gourock which departs every 20 – 30 minutes. From McInroy’s point, two miles South of Gourock, cross to Hunter Quay. Tickets can be purchased on the ferry.
Once across the water, turn right and follow the coastline north. Enter Sandbank, pass the Holy Loch Marina and reach a T – junction. There you should turn right and follow the coastline north. After two miles you will pass a service station on your right. After one mile you will pass Puck’s Glen Car Park. Slow down here and take the next driveway on the right signposted ‘Lamont Country Lodges’. Puck’s lodge (Lodge 9) is to the left once you are on site, up the hill and sixth lodge on the right.
Reaching the lodge by car from the north
If traveling from the North take A82 along Loch Lomond to Tarbet, leave the loch and continue west along A83 road to Arrochar, through the mountains and the Rest and be thankful pass, then left along A815 through Strachur and beside Loch Eck. When you reach Benmore Gardens on right, slow down. You will come to a straight section of road, then just around the bend the entrance to Lamont Lodges on your left. Puck’s lodge (Lodge 9) is to the left once you are on site, up the hill and sixth lodge on the right.