With over 3700km of stunning coastline and 23 inhabited islands, there is so much to see and do in and around Argyll and surrounding Isles. Explore the mesmerising scenery of the region, from the majestic peaks of Ben Nevis to the tranquil shores of Loch Lomond. Discover the enchanting islands of Mull, Islay, and Bute, with their picturesque villages, pristine beaches, and abundant wildlife. Argyll and Bute are steeped in history, with ancient castles, standing stones, and medieval ruins dotting the landscape. Visit the iconic Inveraray Castle, explore the historical sites of Kilmartin Glen, or step back in time at the captivating museum of Rothesay Castle. From picture-perfect lochside retreats to breathtaking mountain scenery, our Argyll lodges and holiday parks tick all the boxes for idyllic locations. With dog-friendly accommodation, all family members can now escape to this Scottish paradise.
Bute is a place where you get back to nature and switch off. Armed with a bucket and space in the summer or a pair of wellies in the winter, here you can explore, roam and discover what the beautiful countryside has to offer. You can hire bikes to explore the many bike trails, or if you prefer take a stroll through the many woodland walks. There are many boat tours that be enjoyed in and around Argyll and The Isles, catch one and sail out to view dolphins, whales, basking sharks and otters. The majority of the Isles has a distillery, that produces award-winning whiskeys and gins. Learn the processes and skills behind these much-loved spirits and join a tasting session at the end of each tour.
Immerse yourself in the vibrant Scottish culture with traditional ceilidhs, whisky distillery tours, and Highland games. Indulge in delicious local cuisine, including fresh seafood, traditional haggis, and renowned Scotch whisky. 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 to heather-covered moors of the north to sandy beaches in the South, perfect for walking, fishing and cycling. Argyll has so much to discover from its historic attractions, boat tours, wildlife watching and distilleries waiting to be discovered.