This tidal information is for Greenock. Please make allowances for Dunoon
Nestled on the west shore of the Firth of Clyde on the east side of the mountainous Cowal Peninsula, Dunoon stands amongst some of the most stunningly magnificent scenery you’ll find anywhere in the UK. The seaboard gateway to the Scottish highlands, the town is actually more accessible by sea than land. Dunoon became a top holiday destination during the Victorian holiday boom, when paddle steamers brought Glaswegian visitors by there thousands to enjoy the awe inspiring scenery and innately hospitable spirit of this truly unique part of the world.
Dunoon town is the focal point of the surrounding area with the Argyll Street acting as the centre for shopping and socialising. Here you can buy delicious home baked goods and fresh local produce and discover evidence of a town that wears its artistic and cultural heart on its sleeve. You can also dine out in friendly, vibrant surroundings or enjoy a dram or two in a local pub.
In spite the demise of the paddle steamers Dunoon has retained its love affair with the sea, with the development of the wonderful Holy Loch Marina. A mile wide at its broadest point, Holy Loch became a submarine base during WW2 and an American Naval Base from the 1960s to the 1990s. Today it is a world-class marina catering almost exclusively for pleasure craft, with abundant moorings and superb facilities for yachtsmen and powerboat enthusiasts. But do not be fooled by all the 21st century maritime razzmatazz, Dunoon cherishes its nautical roots and the last working seagoing paddle steamer, The Waverly, still calls regularly at the pier.
The 4 star Hunters Quay Hotel Dunoon is one of the most highly regarded hotels when it comes to luxury accommodation on the Cowal Peninsula. This beautifully restored Victorian villa sits within a spacious garden of rolling lawns and mature woodland, and enjoys a stunning sea-side location.
The 10 various sized bedrooms all have en-suite facilities and are individually finished to the highest standards of luxury. Each bedroom also has an LCD television and WIFI broadband is available throughout the hotel. Dunoon is very easy to reach from Glasgow, Glasgow Airport and Prestwick Airport by car, train or coach.
Regular and fast ferry services connect the Cowal Peninsula with the mainland, making Dunoon an ideal holiday base or starting point. Alternatively, drive to Dunoon on spectacular loch side roads, passing through some of the most scenic parts of the Scottish Highlands.
Swordfish Marine is based at the Holy Loch Marina. It is an idyllic setting with the advantage of being close to the water and having the professional services of the Marina.
We are a family owned and run business whose aim is to provide total customer satisfaction.
We have always been passionate about the marine industry and aim to provide a modern and professional approach to any problem.
Peter White, owner and manager of the business, whose main aim is to combine exceptional customer service, with the highest standard of workmanship, at the most competitive prices.
Quality Car & Van Hire at a fair price is now available from Stewarts Garage.
We can now offer a range of vans from Transit Connect to Transit Luton (with tail lift) and cars from Toyota Aygo to Volkswagen Beetle. All fully insured with a generous mileage allowance.
Pick up and drop off from Holy Loch Marina.
WELCOME TO LA CANTINA RESTAURANT
La Cantina, situated downstairs to 51st State is Dunoon’s only authentic Italian Restaurant. We offer a relaxed & informal setting for that “Special Occasion”, or simply for a “Great Night Out”. Open 7 days from 5.30pm until 10pm
Paul is the proprietor and manager of the business. With over 25 years in the hospitality trade and a career working with a large chain of hotels after achieving his degree at University.
Paul and his wife invested in The 51st State (known then as Di Marco’s) and La Cantina Restaurant.
Address: La Cantina Restaurant, 200-202 Argyll Street, Dunoon, PA237HA
Based in Dunoon on the west coast of Scotland Auto Marine Electrics Ltd is ideally situated for servicing the motor vehicle & marine electrical needs of both Argyll & Bute / Inverclyde regions. With mobile service vehicles & a spacious, fully equipped workshop there is no job outwith our reach.
From Dunoon to Oban & the western isles, Helensburgh, Rhu & Kilcreggan, Greenock, Gourock & Inverkip we carry out repairs for commercial & leisure craft, car owners, transport companies, bus operators & plant operators.
From our workshop base in Dunoon we service the local area but our mobile engineers can travel to anywhere that our services are required. Our vans have the latest diagnostic equipment for cars, trucks, buses & vans to give the highest quality of service available. Our vans are also stocked with all common auto electrical parts & installation components to enable the job to be completed on the first visit when possible.
For a more detailed list of our services or to discuss a specific job or project please contact Billy Earley on 01369701555
Address: Auto Marine Electrics, 137 John Street, Dunoon, PA23 7BL
Welcome to Anselmo's family run Fish and Chip Shop in Dunoon.
We are open Monday to saturday from 12:00pm Till 2:00 pm and then 4:30 pm till 11:00 pm
On Sunday's we open from 4:30 pm till 11:00 pm.
We look forward to seeing you.
Address: Anselmo's Fish and Chips, 36 Hillfoot Street, Dunoon, PA237DT
Our shellfish comes from the West Coast of Scotland if possible and Loch Fyne in particular. Our Beef is Scottish born, raised and slaughtered and hung for 21 days to give extra flavour and tenderness. Our bread is homemade and all dishes are made daily. Wherever possible we change our menu each day. We also cater for special diets – all we need is some notice. If you have special requests we will be happy to discuss them with you, just let us know when booking!
Address: Abbots Brae Hotel, West Bay, Dunoon, Argyll, PA23 7QJ
Sit down and relax in our coffee shop with quality food and homebaking. All our food is prepared fresh to order.
Tempt those tastebuds with:
A large selection of home baking, cakes and pastries
Morning tea with freshly baked scones
Toast, bagels and tea cakes
Delicious soup made daily
A large choice of filled rolls and sandwiches
Baked potatoes with choice of fillings
Toasties, paninis and snacks
Address: Walkers Home & Garden Centre, 361 Argyll Street, Dunoon, PA23 7RN
Our varied menu means you will never be stuck for choice. Throughout the week we offer delicious gourmet burgers along with classic dishes with a slight contemporary twist and weekly specials.
We are also proud to showcase the best Argyllshire produce in our dishes. Venison from the hills, hand-dived Loch Fyne scallops and locally caught and smoked salmon to name a few.
We strive to prepare all of our dishes in-house using fresh produce. From the tomato & olive bread to BBQ dip, and all of our desserts. You'll never be disappointed at what we have to offer.
We are a destination coffee house directly on the sea front of the Argyllshire town of Dunoon. Enjoy our excellent range of Fairtrade coffees and teas as you take in the ever changing panorama of the Firth of Clyde. For coffee connoisseurs, we serve espresso, caffe latte, capuccino tailormade to your taste. Not forgetting tea lovers, our wide range of Suki Tea is an experience to be savoured. Scones are freshly baked each day and we serve a selection of cakes and traybakes. Our carrot cake is a local favourite.
Address: Alexandra Parade, Dunoon, Argyll, PA23 8AB
WELCOME TO THE 51ST STATE BAR & GRILL
Discover the authentic tastes and sounds of America in our eye-catching theme bar & restaurant.
Our extensive menu combines a mixture of Italian, American and Tex Mex flavours which have been carefully selected to suit everyone. Families welcome with children's menu.
Dunoon’s favourite diner that you'll want to come back for more.
Address: The 51st State Bar and Grill, 200 Argyll Street, Dunoon, PA23 7HA
A luxury hotel in the true sense of the word, The Argyll Hotel, with its majestic views of the River Clyde , is a stylish property in the very heart of Dunoon. While many of Dunoon hotels claim to have Dunoon's landmarks on their doorstep, The Argyll Hotel is itself one of these landmarks!
The Argyll, Dunoon's renowned hotel for Scottish ambience and cuisine offers newly refurbished accommodation throughout. There are 32 beautiful individually styled bedrooms all equipped to high standard and many with panoramic views of the river Clyde. Add two of the finest restaurants, serving both Scottish and Italian cuisine, plus a perfect location and that makes The Argyll a unique place to stay. The hotel is situated right next to the ferry terminal, with an hourly service to Gourock and fast rail connections to all of Central Scotland
Culzean House is conveniently situated at the Gateway to the Scottish Highlands and within Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park, in the village of Ardentinny just outside Dunoon. A large, recently renovated farmhouse, Culzean House confortably sleeps 8 - 14 people. It has a large and secluded garden area overlooking breathtaking scenery and a large area of decking where you can relax in your own private hot tub and sauna. Whether it be a family gathering, a birthday celebration or a quiet country holiday, then Culzean House will prove the ideal accommodation.
Art Gallery, Gift Shops, Online Shopping, Something Special
Visit us in Dunoon, in the beautiful Cowal Peninsula.
Enjoy our pleasant surroundings where you will find our extensive range of gifts, jewellery, crafts, paintings & prints, many of which are made in Scotland.
Visit or Exhibition page to view current exhibitions
We pride ourselves in bringing Contemporary Artists to Argyll.
We offer a wide range of laundry services from Dry-cleaning to Commercial Laundry to Event Hire. Our modern laundrette offers a comfortable setting for you to relax and have a coffee in or even catch up on work/emails while you wait for your laundry.
We also offer an ironing service, alteration service and we can even pick up and drop off at your convenience.
We also have great amenities such as, TV, Computer, Free WiFi, Hot & Cold Drinks, Comfortable Seating Area, Customer Toilet and Free Parking.
Address: Cromlech Laundry Service, 184-192 Victoria Road, Dunoon, Argyll, PA237PA
William and David Chan established Golden Sea over 30 years ago, and is still ran by the same family to this day.
It has always been popular with the locals and was always full of Americans when the Naval Base was stationed here .
People come from all over for the great food , and a very friendly atmosphere and greeting is bestowed upon everyone who visits here.
To avoid disappointment , I would strongly advise booking ahead during the summer months because it is one of those places you will want to return to over and over again.
Jackie Chan and the rest of his family look forward to welcoming you in the not to distant future.
Address: Golden Sea, 90 Argyll Street,, Dunoon, Argyll, PA23 7NE
The Holy Loch Marina offers all the sailing and yachting facilities you would expect to find in a first class marina, and is situated amongst beautiful scenery in a relaxing, established holiday area. Located in Dunoon, Argyll, Scotland, it is just 20 minutes by frequent ferry from Gourock, which is not far from Glasgow. Loch Long and the Upper Firth of Clyde are just a short sail away. There are abundant facilities for yachts and boats and their passengers both at the marina and nearby.
Culzean House can comfortably accommodate up to fourteen people, being any number of adults and children. Ideal for children, we can also arrange cots, fold-away beds and stair gates for those family get-togethers.
AccommodationOn the top floor we have two light and airy double bedrooms, with generous proportions. On the first floor we have two elegant double bedrooms both with modern & sophisticated en-suites, a further double bedroom to the rear, a children’s bunk room and a modern designer bathroom. A seventh twin bedroom is situated on the ground floor, complete with its own en-suite shower room.
The Villagers is an award winning popular family friendly pub offering an excellent menu using locally sourced and named produce to ensure the freshest and tastiest meals are prepared on site for your enjoyment, including a children's menu.
There is level disabled access to the pub and a large disabled toilet with adapted facilities and also baby changing facilities for your convenience.
The Villagers Pub can be found in Innellan, a village that lies on the east side of the Cowal peninsula on the Firth of Clyde, just 4 miles south of Dunoon town. The Village boasts of very impressive views across the Firth of Clyde, stretching from Kilcreggan and Loch Long (North) to Cumbra Head and Ailsa Craig (south).
Address: The Villagers Royal, 4 Pier Road, Dunoon, PA237TE