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For those looking for pure relaxation in quality hot tub accommodation then Ardgartan Argyll Lodges could be just the ticket. These lovely lodges enjoy a spectacular location surrounded by mountains in Argyll Forest Park. You also have the added benefit of being situated on the shores of Loch Long. As far as settings go they don’t get much better than this.
Loch Awe Holiday Park is a haven for outdoor explorers, adventurers and those looking for a peaceful escape to the bonnie Scottish countryside.
Situated a stone’s throw from Argyll’s highest Munro, Ben Cruachan, and surrounded by the River Awe, hikers, bikers and keen anglers can spend many happy hours here.
This set of luxury lodges are perched right on the banks of the stunning Lock Lomond itself, offering some incredible views. This break would suit anyone looking for a romantic lodge break, a family get away and the park is pet friendly so four-legged friends can come too.
There’s a selection of luxury lodges with hot tubs and smaller glamping pods along with traditional log cabins, with a private sauna.
If you’re up for some water sports, there’s the ever-popular wake boarding, jet ski hire or Kayaking. There are also more sedate boat tours if the only place you want to get dunked is your hot tub.
For a bigger group, Degnish Farmhouse sleeps up to 10 guests and 3 dogs. Ideal for a family holiday, or gathering with friends, this cottage boasts a games room, a large garden with outdoor furniture and a hot tub. Located on a working hill farm, the cottage provides spectacular views of the surrounding coastal area.
So, whether you’re celebrating a special occasion or just catching up with friends and family, this cottage is the perfect way to spend time together in Argyll.
Argyll is the perfect antidote to the stresses of modern life, taking you back in time to a more simple and peaceful way of life. A rich diversity in terrain, scenery and wildlife across the County will have you pulling your phone out to take lots of pics.
Argyll has an excellent selection of hot tub accommodations that will also provide you with a perfect base for exploring the surrounding area. So, whether you plan long days of exploring, hiking and biking, or prefer a slower pace trying out the local tearooms and enjoying a boat ride on the loch, Argyll is a great choice.
There are many pods, log cabins and cottages throughout the county offering a wide range of options for different group sizes, budgets and location preferences.
Located on the coast with spectacular views, Misty Isles Cottage is the perfect couples retreat. If you’re looking for a relaxing jacuzzi break with your partner, this cottage has it all.
Enjoy soaking in the hot tub after a day of exploring, gaze at the stunning views of Firth of Lorne from your private patio and have your furry friend with you too. Sleeping just two guests, this open plan dog-friendly cottage is fabulous at any time of the year.
Whether you’re taking a hot tub holiday with your family, besties, or your other half, Argyll is packed with days out for those looking for adventure, fine-dining or some serious chilling out. Here’s some of the recommended places to visit on your holiday in this area.
This is a popular spot with tourists thanks to it’s beautiful coastal scenery, distilleries, walks and fab places to eat. You can see what the Island has to offer from boat as well as get up close and personal with the Wildlife and nature.
Another good place to take in on your hot tub break in Argyll is Jura, an untamed Island and one of the wildest places in Scotland! You’ll literally leave the modern world behind and see some of Scotland’s rawest, most interesting scenery.
Often described as the seafood capital of Scotland, this coastal town is a huge attraction to visitors to Argyll (if your lodge is within driving distance!) . Dive into some of the gorgeous local seafood, whisky, chocolate or ice cream. There’s a bustling town centre, the scenic Loch Creran and the stunning lakeside Castle Stalker. You’ll need at least a day or two to scratch the surface on your lodge stay.
The Isle of Coll
Argyle has so many fantastic places to visit and we’ve only mentioned some of them here. If you’re looking to explore more, take a look at Coll, Colonsay, Isle of Tiree and the scenic Isle of Mull.