Holiday Parks & Lodges in Argyll & Bute

With over 3000 miles of stunning coastline and 23 inhabited islands, there is so much to see and do in and around the Scottish region of Argyll and Bute. Explore the region's mesmerising scenery, from the majestic peaks and tranquil shores of Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park to the rugged cliffs and sandy beaches along Scotland's west coast. Discover the enchanting islands of Mull, Islay, Jura and Bute, with their picturesque villages, pristine beaches and abundant wildlife. The Argyll and Bute region is steeped in history, with ancient castles and medieval ruins dotting the landscape. Visit the iconic Inveraray Castle, explore the archaeological site of Kilmartin Glen or step back in time at the medieval Rothesay Castle. From picture-perfect lochside retreats to breathtaking mountain scenery, our Argyll lodges and holiday parks tick all the boxes for a relaxing break in Scotland. Whether it's a romantic hot tub break, a family getaway or a luxury lodge stay with friends, our holiday homes are set in prime locations with stunning scenery, giving you easy access to a range of activities and attractions. What's more, with plenty of options for dog-friendly accommodation, the whole family can now escape to this Scottish paradise.

View of Loch Awe and Kilchurn Castle in Argyll and Bute, Scotland

Dog friendly lodges in Argyll and Bute

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Hot tub lodges in Argyll and Bute

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Dog friendly holiday parks in Argyll and Bute

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Things to do in Argyll and Bute on your holiday in Scotland

Explore the great outdoors...
Bute is a place where you can really get back to nature and switch off. Armed with a bucket and spade in the summer or a pair of wellies in the winter, outdoor enthusiasts and nature lovers can explore, roam and discover what the beautiful countryside and stunning coastline has to offer. Explore Argyll Forest Park, where pine-covered mountains sweep the landscape; hike part of the West Highland Way, traversing through lochs, forests and mountainous trails; or go mountain biking in Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park, home to a mix of gentle forest tracks and more challenging routes. On the coast, you can try your hand at watersports like kayaking, windsurfing and paddle boarding; admire breathtaking views of the Firth of Clyde from the Cowal Peninsula; or hop on one of the many boat tours and sail out to spot dolphins, whales, basking sharks and otters. Make the most of the great outdoors by booking one of our cosy log cabins or luxury lodges with your own private hot tub; perfect for a romantic getaway or to celebrate a special occasion with friends. Plus, with our dog-friendly accommodation, your furry friend gets to join in the fun too!

Embrace local Scottish culture...
Immerse yourself in vibrant Scottish culture, with traditional cèilidh dances, whisky distillery tours and Highland Games. Indulge in delicious cuisine, including locally caught salmon and lobster, traditional haggis, and high-quality beef and lamb. If you've got a hankering for some fresh Scottish seafood, head for a holiday in Oban, revered as the seafood capital of Scotland. If whisky is more your thing, then you'll be delighted to know that this region boasts some of the country's most iconic distilleries, from the bold flavours of Laphroaig and the peaty single malts of Lagavulin on the Isle of Islay to the distinctive characteristics of the Jura Distillery on the Isle of Jura. Our Argyll and Bute lodges and holiday parks are the perfect base to soak up the proud Scottish heritage and culture, with a choice of great locations spread across the region where you can expect a warm welcome and first-class facilities.

Discover Argyll and Bute's many islands...
The region is home to several captivating islands, each with their own unique character and charm. The Isle of Bute is one of the most accessible Scottish islands, a short ferry ride across the Firth of Clyde. Being a compact island it has some extraordinarily varied landscapes. From lush, rolling hills and heather-covered moors to sandy beaches and coastal paths, this picturesque island is perfect for walking, fishing, wildlife watching and cycling. Delve into history at Mount Stuart, a 19th-century neo-Gothic mansion with 300 acres of gardens and one of the most iconic landmarks in Scotland. Another popular island to visit is the Isle of Mull, one of the largest islands in the Inner Hebrides, where you'll find white sandy beaches and numerous walking trails, as well as guided tours to spot the iconic white-tailed and golden eagles. Beach lovers should head for the sandy shores and clear waters of the Isle of Tiree, while wildlife enthusiasts can try their luck at spotting seals and otters on the Isle of Coll. Whether you're looking for a peaceful retreat with spectacular views or a fun-filled family holiday where you can explore and partake in outdoor activities, our diverse portfolio of holiday homes can cater to a range of tastes and budgets.

Isle of Mull in Argyll and Bute, Scotland