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26 Log Cabins in Argyll

Home to Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park, glorious scenery and access to wonderful Hebridean islands, such as Islay famous for Whisky production. Rich in history and heritage from castles to country homes, and great terrain for walking and climbing.

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Cosy Secluded Glamping Cabin 2

Dalmally, Argyll, Scotland

Cosy Secluded Glamping Cabin From £560 Availability

The Nest is a brand new (2019) glamping pod with an en-suite bathroom. Located in the grounds of Ardteatle this gorgeous little pod allows you to relax, get back to nature, enjoy beautiful views, bbq, and at the end of the day enjoy the luxury of a comfortable warm double bed and en suite bathroom. The area has zero light pollution and gives guests the opportunity to get away from their busy lives and relish the local wildlife and magnificent views. Well behaved dogs welcome The Nest built March 2019 is a fully insulated glamping pod with en suite bathroom and porch. Spacious enough for 2 but small enough to be cosy. This glamping pod is designed for those looking to enjoy the natural environment, living the outdoor life but with comfortable accommodation to come back to after enjoying a day roaming the stunning Scottish highlands. The pod has a comfy double bed with bedding provided, microwave mini fridge and a kettle for a morning tea or coffee. Bathroom with toilet, hand basin and shower. Outdoor seating, bbq and fire pit. The Nest overlooks stunning scenery in a secluded spot 2 miles from Dalmally, 15 miles from Tyndrum and 40 mins from Oban. A great stopping off point if you are heading out to the Islands. Walking the West Highland Way? can collect and drop of in the Bridge of Orchy, Tyndrum area. Small fee applicable

Floral House 14

Tarbert, Argyll, Scotland

Floral House From £2751 Availability

Built-in 1828 for Captain John Campbell, this refurbished Georgian house offers spacious accommodation in a traditional holiday house with a dash of modernity for up to 14 people. This is an up-and-down house, set on four floors, with the main reception rooms on the ground and lower ground floors, with the accommodation on the first and second floors. A games room and spacious garden are available for everyone to spread out further, as well as access to a secluded bay and sandy beach, about a twenty minute walk away across the fields. Ideal for family groups, looking to make the most of a traditional holiday on the west coast of Scotland.

The front door takes you to the upper ground level and main entrance hall with fine stairs, with the drawing-room being one of the front rooms. This is a traditional reception room, with open fire, comfortable sofas and a grand piano (please note that the tuning may not be perfect), making this room a delightful room to relax in. To the rear is a morning room, which is a secondary sitting room with TV. On the other side is a small library, which has some board games, which leads onto the games room, which houses a table tennis table. On the floor below is a larger sitting room with TV and this is more suitable for leaving the children to their own devices, whilst the adults can get some grown-up time on the floor above.

The dining room, being one of the front rooms, is an elegant room with lovely light coming into the room. The dining table can seat up to 10 people and can be increased to 12. Another table could be added to increase numbers to 14. The large kitchen can be found on the floor below. This modernised kitchen has an electric hob and integral double oven, to cater for all the cooking requirements. There is dining capability in the kitchen for up to 10 people with the chance to extend the table further. Additionally, there is a large storage room for foodstuffs and a utility room. *** There is a private bore hole water supply at this property, which is checked on an annual basis.

The holiday house is in a private setting, which is accessed off the lengthy single-track road from the Knapdale Peninsula coastal route. The grounds consist of woodlands and lawns, allowing for woodland walks and the exclusive use of the garden. A hill loch is available for those wishing to catch an elusive wild brown trout, whilst the main draw is the access to the sandy beach which is beyond the entrance to the drive.

The property is 47 miles beyond Inveraray and 10 miles west of Tarbert, with a general store as well as hotels and other shops. The nearest fuel station is at Lochgilphead or Clachan. The property is well located for day trips to the Islands of Islay and Gigha. This area is ideal for walkers, ramblers and cyclists, with routes taking in the coastal scenery. Golf is available at Tarbert and at Machrihanish. Fishing is a walk up the hill of about an hour.  However, permits are also available in Lochgilphead or online for fishing on the lochs above Crinan and also on Loch Awe. Please enquire at time of booking, if you would like further information about the fishing available.

Fraochan (by Pucks Glen) 4

Dunoon, Argyll,

Fraochan (by Pucks Glen) From £462 Availability

FRAOCHAN (sleeps 2 - 4)

Experience the magic of living in a luxury log cabin built in the traditional style. Books, games, TV and Netflix available. There is a lounge/diner and the kitchen is fully equipped with cooker, microwave, dishwasher, fridge freezer, toaster and kettle. Choose from double or twin bedrooms, and there's a family bathroom with electric shower, and bath.

The lodge is fully heated and double glazed, and as electricity is included you can be certain the cabin will be lovely and warm even when the weather is cold.

Covered terrace with furniture.

All beds are made with luxury Egyptian Cotton sheets, and towels & toiletries are provided.

A Damage Deposit of £80 is pre-authorised against your card before arrival. PLEASE NOTE: NO PETS ALLOWED AT THIS PROPERTY • PRIVATE • NO SMOKING • FREE WI-FI • ELECTRICITY INCLUDED • LUXURY BEDDING INCLUDED • TOWELS INCLUDED • GARDEN (GRASS) • PARKING • DOUBLE GLAZED • FREE TOILETRIES • WELCOME PACK •

Golden Oak 6

Ardgartan, Argyll, Scotland

Golden Oak From £330 Availability

Ardgartan Argyll is a loch side location with 40 forest cabins. Choose from Silver Birch or Golden Oak, both of which have outdoor hot tubs. There is plenty to do on-location at Ardgartan Argyll; head for the Forest Retreat, which is home to the snack and coffee bar, well-stocked shop, and the helpful Ardgartan Argyll reception team. Here you can meet the Forest Ranger, book activities, and hire bikes. There is also a laundry room and children’s play area.

Whether you prefer weekend getaways, short breaks, or 7-night stays you'll always find something to do near to Ardgartan Argyll. Climb mountains, cruise lochs, explore forests; Ardgartan Argyll holidays offer the perfect outdoors adventure. Ancient castles, heritage museums, and welcoming towns and villages capture the spirit of Scotland to complete an amazing holiday.

Golden Oak Lochside 6

Ardgartan, Argyll, Scotland

Golden Oak Lochside From £330 Availability

Ardgartan Argyll is a loch side location with 40 forest cabins. Choose from Silver Birch or Golden Oak, both of which have outdoor hot tubs. There is plenty to do on-location at Ardgartan Argyll; head for the Forest Retreat, which is home to the snack and coffee bar, well-stocked shop, and the helpful Ardgartan Argyll reception team. Here you can meet the Forest Ranger, book activities, and hire bikes. There is also a laundry room and children’s play area.

Whether you prefer weekend getaways, short breaks, or 7-night stays you'll always find something to do near to Ardgartan Argyll. Climb mountains, cruise lochs, explore forests; Ardgartan Argyll holidays offer the perfect outdoors adventure. Ancient castles, heritage museums, and welcoming towns and villages capture the spirit of Scotland to complete an amazing holiday.

Hawthorn (rashfield Sheilings) 2

Dunoon, Argyll,

Hawthorn (rashfield Sheilings) From £404 Availability

HAWTHORN (sleeps 2) Hawthorn is a luxury log cabin beside the river. It's warm, cosy and comfortable. It's a great 'little space' for getting away from everything for a while... If you like you can watch the Wildlife on the river, the Red Squirrel visitors or the Garden Birdlife, and if visiting when the weather is cold, the little log burner will more than keep you warm and snug.

There is a lounge/diner and the kitchen is fully equipped with hob and oven, cookware, microwave, fridge, toaster and kettle.

Electricity, bedding, towels, wi-fi and adjacent parking are all included, and you'll find information in the lodge to enhance your stay. There is also Satellite TV.

Beds are made up with luxury Egyptian Cotton sheets, and some toiletries are provided.

A Damage Deposit of £80 is pre authorised against card prior to stay. PLEASE NOTE NO CHILDREN OR PETS ALLOWED AT THIS PROPERTY

Loch View House 16

Tighnabruaich, Argyll, Scotland

Loch View House From £3225 Availability

This west-facing former dower house, set above a private bay on the east side of Loch Fyne, enjoys stunning views across to the Mull of Kintyre and Arran beyond. It is located a few miles along a private road in a secluded part of what is known as “Argyll’s secret coast” and makes an ideal venue for a Scottish getaway with family and friends. In WWII the house was used as a base for the Norwegian commandos who went on the 'Heroes of Telemark' raid, which was one of the most successful acts of sabotage in the whole war.

This is a holiday house that has tripled in size over the years and has been designed specifically for your enjoyment, with the inclusion of an indoor swimming pool and a games room. The drawing room has large windows so you can enjoy the views across the Loch in maximum comfort. The kitchen is well equipped, and the spacious dining room can seat up to 16 people in comfort and style. The bedrooms are a good mix of double, twin and triple rooms, making them ideal for a family group.

Set in a beautiful location in 50 acres of grounds the sloped lawns lead down to the bay in front of the house. Access to the beach could not be easier for children out with their bucket and spades or those seeking shells. For more activity minded, there is a motorboat moored in the bay for guests’ exclusive use, subject to conditions or it is possible to bring your own boat to use from the jetty. However you wish to enjoy your break here, this is a superb venue for those wishing a family holiday in a beautiful coastal location.

The very large sitting room is located at the front of the house, and the two bay windows offer stunning views across Loch Fyne, With a wood-burning stove and comfortable seating at one end and a TV with further seating, this is a room that you can spread out in or be as one.

A door leads through to the front-facing games room, which houses a pool table and a table tennis table. Access from here can be out to the patio or through to the indoor swimming pool next door. Here there is a 30ft by 15ft heated pool, with sun loungers, a sauna and a shower, with further access to the decking area. Additionally, there is a cloakroom, which is perfect for storing all your outdoor footwear and where you can find life-jackets for trips out on the boat. Pet friendly with two dogs allowed.

The dining room is a light, airy, spacious room, next door to the kitchen, with a long table that seats a maximum of 16 people. Gathering the group in one place for all the meals could not be easier, and there are two high chairs available for younger children. There is excellent light coming in as the larger west-facing windows look past the games room across to the sea view.

Direct access takes you to the well-equipped modernised kitchen with work-island. Cooking is all electric, with hob with 5 rings, 3 ovens with a grill and a microwave oven, as well as 2 dishwashers. A utility room is next door with washing machine, tumble dryer and chest freezer. In the summer months, dining can take place outside at the various tables. *** The maximum number of people which the house will accommodate is 16 (plus up to 2 babies in cots) and this number must not be exceeded at any time. Guests who wish to use the boat are obliged to sign a Boat Request Form and be in receipt of a RYA Level Two Powerboat (with coastal endorsement) qualification or higher. Please let us know so the relevant additional legal documentation can be provided during the booking process. All certificates need to be checked in advance and brought on holiday. Use of the boat will not be permitted otherwise.The boat is not included in the rental rates and is only offered to guests at the owners discretion. Please note that short breaks can only be booked within 4 weeks of the start date.

The House is positioned to the South of the Cowal peninsula between Kinfinan and Tighnabruaich, as part of “Argyll’s secret coast”. Surrounded by a rocky outcrop with mixed woodlands and heather, there is a sloped lawn that leads down to a small bay, which consists of pebble and sand.

This is an excellent location for day trips, with a ferry service to East Loch Tarbert available locally. Golf is available in Tighnabruaich. Alternatively, you could enjoy a trip to the Isle of Bute and do a House and Garden Tour at Mount Stuart. The trip takes about an hour and 15 minutes which includes the ferry crossing.

A motorboat is available to your group, with one tank of fuel provided, as part of the booking – on the provision of an RYA level 2 powerboat (coastal) qualification or higher. All certificates need to be checked in advance and brought on holiday. If you wish to arrive by boat or bring your own boat, that is possible, but please check in advance to confirm.

If you're worried about it being isolated, think again. Once most guests get down to the property, they don't want to leave. There's so much to keep you occupied, a week will whizz by. You've got walking, the beach, fishing, boat excursions, the indoor swimming pool, a games room, a huge garden and day trips to places like the Isle of Bute and Tarbert. You can also use the Visitcowal website and download a map on the touring routes around the quiet roads of this beautiful peninsular or check out their events page for things to see and do.

There's an excellent village store 20 minutes away (Kames Village Store) run by an extremely accommodating proprietor called Andy. He can pre-order groceries and dry goods and arrange a click and collect style service. The meat, veg & fish will all be locally sourced. The local butcher delivers to the village on a Friday, and there's also a local fishmonger.

Log Cabin in Argyll and Bute 4

Lochgilphead, Argyll, Scotland

Log Cabin in Argyll and Bute From £463 Availability

A perfect base for exploring mid Argyll and all its history. Follow the Crinan Canal, on foot or by bike, from Ardrishaig to Crinan to see why this is often known as Scotland s most beautiful shortcut. Or visit the site of the Scottish Beaver Trial to try and spot these elusive creatures. Visit clan seats, castles and ruins throughout the area. Take a trip to Kilmartin Museum and see the standing stones and cairns which make this such a special place. Or, for the energetic, head to Dunadd Fort, where the ancient kings of Scotland were crowned and put your foot in the footprint to declare yourself king (or queen) for the day! The ferry from Tarbert is only a short drive away and you can catch take the boat across to Portavadie which is a lovely day out! As you walk into this lodge into the hallway you will find a double and twin bedroom with the bathroom along the hallway offering a shower over bath and WC. To the front of the lodge is the kitchen with dining area, electric oven and hob, microwave, washing machine and tumble dryer, there are French doors which open up through to the lounge. The bright lounge has TV and patio doors which open up onto the decking area which sits on the edge of Loch Fyne with stunning views whatever the weather. Venturing outside there is covered decking around the side of the lodge which is ideal whatever the weather to sit out and watch the sun go down after a day out exploring! There is a BBQ for those long summer evenings. There is ample private parking in front of the lodge.

Log Cabin in Argyll and Bute 6

Lochgilphead, Argyll, Scotland

Log Cabin in Argyll and Bute From £577 Availability

A perfect base for exploring mid Argyll and all its history. Follow the Crinan Canal, on foot or by bike, from Ardrishaig to Crinan to see why this is often known as Scotland s most beautiful shortcut. Or visit the site of the Scottish Beaver Trial to try and spot these elusive creatures. Visit clan seats, castles and ruins throughout the area. Take a trip to Kilmartin Museum and see the standing stones and cairns which make this such a special place. Or, for the energetic, head to Dunadd Fort, where the ancient kings of Scotland were crowned and put your foot in the footprint to declare yourself king (or queen) for the day! The ferry from Tarbert is only a short drive away and you can catch take the boat across to Portavadie which is a lovely day out! Entering the lodge you will find the large bright open plan lounge and kitchen with dual aspect views across Loch Fyne. The kitchen area has a electric oven and hob, microwave and washing machine. There is a TV and DVD in the lounge with patio doors which open up onto the verandah, this is a great place to sit back and relax after a day out exploring! Leaving the lounge the bathroom and separate bathroom with shower over bath can be found, the hallway leads you to the bedroom with bunkbeds which are suitable for adults, there is also a lovely double and twin bedroom. Venturing Outside there is a lovely veranda with patio furniture and a BBQ. There is ample private parking in front of the lodge.

Osprey Lodge 4

Dalmally, Argyll, Scotland

Osprey Lodge From £291 Availability

Osprey Lodge is a delightful, detached log cabin on the shores of Loch Awe near Dalmally in Argyllshire. The log cabin has a double bedroom, a twin bedroom and a family bathroom and can sleep up to four people. There is also an open plan living area offering a fitted kitchen, a dining area and a sitting area with an electric fire. Outside you will find ample off road parking and a decked area with furniture and a shared lawned area. Osprey Lodge is the perfect base for families or small groups hoping to explore the delights of Argyllshire.