Argyll and Bute cottages

Located on the West coast of Scotland, this awe-inspiring landscape is the perfect destination to escape to for some well-earned rest. With its own unique culture, rugged vistas, tranquil beaches and spectacular wildlife, including golden eagles, red deers, otters, seals and puffins. With its lack of light, and pollution grab your binoculars and gaze up at the millions of stars above in the night sky. With some memorable walking trails along the coast, Nature Reserves, parks, gardens and numerous wild spaces, you can discover the great outdoors at your own pace. Head back to your home away from home in one of our Argyll and Bute cottages, whilst savouring one of the locally brewed ales or single malt whiskies.

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This picturesque region in Scotland offers a diverse range of attractions from stunning landscapes to historic sites. Here are the top five things to see and do in Argyll and Bute:

  1. Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park: Explore the beauty of Scotland's first national park, known for its lochs, mountains, and forests. Enjoy outdoor activities like hiking, kayaking, and wildlife spotting.

  2. Inveraray Castle: Visit Inveraray Castle, a magnificent stately home with beautiful gardens. Explore its grand interiors, including the Armory Hall with a fascinating collection of weaponry.

  3. Oban: Discover the charming coastal town of Oban, often referred to as the "Gateway to the Isles." Enjoy fresh seafood, visit the Oban Distillery, and take a ferry to nearby islands.

  4. Kilmartin Glen: Explore Kilmartin Glen, an area rich in ancient history and archaeological sites. Visit standing stones, burial cairns, and stone circles that date back thousands of years.

  5. Mull and Iona: Take a ferry to the Isle of Mull and its neighbouring Isle of Iona. Explore Mull's rugged landscapes and diverse wildlife, then visit Iona Abbey, a historic religious site.

Bonus: Enjoy a cruise on Loch Fyne or Loch Awe, visit the picturesque town of Tobermory on the Isle of Mull, or take a scenic drive through the Argyll countryside.