If you've been to US National Park cabins, you'll feel right at home. These are efficient, quaint, sweet, a lot of space for little money (like the Y-camp cabins), and near lovely walking and beautiful touring forested scenery. Like the US NP cabins, they are near the main road going through the national forest, so don't expect remote but rather very accessible, easy with kids of all ages and multi-generation families travelling together looking for a good base from which to tour this beautiful area of Scotland. We made it a first night from the airport -- an easy drive and a refreshing short ferry just when jet-lag hits. Then a few more miles and you're there. Beware, have to leave currency for your energy use when you leave, so have some change on hand; that's a little like having to bring one's own towels (which you also have to do) -- a bit of the 50's still exists. Great diner just up the road, as well.
We have stayed at Pucks Lodge three time and is now a yearly visit. The lodge is well located for walkers and hikers in the pictoresque Pucks Glen and Lock Ech is also within easy walking distance.
The lodge has a double room as well as two twin rooms and although basic is very well equipped with washing facilities and all you would need on a self catering holiday.
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This was our second year at Pucks Lodge and we are already booked in for 2012. Says it all really. Fantastic everything; accomodation, facilities, location all makes for a great holiday.
All being well we will keep coming back for our end f summer break.