Dundonald Landing

Enjoying a peaceful and idyllic situation close to the shores of Loch Etive, these luxurious lodges and lochside studio with relaxing hot tubs offer the perfect retreat for water and wildlife enthusiasts, use of a private jetty and slipway ideal for trailable boats, paddleboards and kayaks, making an excellent holiday base for exploring Argyll.


What to do and see

Self catering accommodation, Oban

We overlook the beautiful Loch Etive and are close to many very picturesque places as well as little villages and the busy, bustling port town of Oban.

Lochs, glens, hills, sea – we have it all!



Dundonald Landing
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Brittainy SladeBrittainy Slade
17:42 04 Apr 23
Quiet and beautiful location. Hosts are wonderful with attention to all the details. Accommodations are modern and spotless. The loch is stunning and Oban is close by. Easy access to boat trips to the Islands, Glen Coe, and more.
Cayman SunshineCayman Sunshine
20:08 02 Apr 23
I stayed at the beautiful chalets at Dundonald Landing during my two visits to Scotland. The area and loch are lovely and peaceful, the hosts and the chalets offer all you need for a great stay.As an avid bird watcher and nature lover, the area is full of everything you want to see. Close enough to Oban, you can visit a small lively town with friendly stores, cafes and restaurants.From Oban, we took a wonderful day trip to the island, visiting Mull, Iona and Staffa to visit the beautiful puffins.The chalets are very comfortable, with all the amenities you need for a great and relaxing holiday; with your hot tub and private patios to spend the afternoon enjoying the lovely views of the loch, I will be sure to be there back again!
Emma-Jane FisherEmma-Jane Fisher
19:59 02 Apr 23
I stayed at Dundonald Landing July 2018 and July 2022, this destination is wonderful, close to nature and so relaxing. Only 8 miles from the town of Oban, Dundonald Landing is in North Connell on the banks of Loch Etive.The location is amazing as a base to explore the west coast of Scotland. We did road trips to Glen Etive (Skyfall Drive) which takes you through Glen Coe first, drove to Ft William to board the Harry Potter express to Mallaig which takes you over the Glenfinnan viaduct and so close to Oban for a choice of shopping, bars and restaurants.Oban is also the gateway to the Islands. On our trip in 2018 we took a tour from Oban to Mull and then over the the islands of Iona and Staffa. We checked out Fingal's Cave and the highlight was hanging out with the Puffins on Staffa.Our chalet was luxurious, fully fitted, modern kitchen, well appointed bathroom and bedrooms. The living area had warmth and home comforts. But best of all is your private hot tub where we enjoyed a glass of wine and reminisced about our adventurous day.Tips: If you visit in the Summer months, it does not get dark until about 10.30pm/11pm. It is lovely to sit waterfront and enjoy watching the colours over the loch change as the sun sets.Also, I think if you had your own small boat, you can use the dock and slip to launch onto the loch.