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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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Seal Bay Cottage 8

Tighnabruaich, Argyll, Scotland

Seal Bay Cottage From £1075 Availability

On an elevated position above a bay and the shoreline of Loch Fyne, stands this south-facing purpose-built holiday house which 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”. Built in 1999, it is tastefully decorated throughout with practical touches, making this an ideal venue for smaller groups of family and friends to enjoy a coastal break.

The south-facing front of the house has been designed to make the most of the sunshine and light, with the large sitting room with French windows, opening out to an extensive decking area with summer furniture. The house flows well, with the dining room next door, which then leads into the fully equipped kitchen, allowing for ease of use.

The indoor spa room complete with hot tub also enjoys these amazing views, and it is not difficult to see why this is so popular with all ages. There is one bedroom with en-suite bathroom at ground level, whilst the other three bedrooms, with their en-suite facilities, are on the floor above. With ramp access to the front, a ground floor bedroom and all rooms easily accessible on the ground floor, this is perfect for a member of your group with limited mobility. Set in a beautiful location, this is an ideal spot to just watch the sunset from the decking, get children out with their bucket and spades on the beach or to have family and friends to get away for a week.

The large sitting room is located at the front of the house with French windows opening out to the extensive decking area beyond. The wood-burning stove would normally be the focus of the sitting room with the sofas surrounding it and the TV, but it seems the chairs get turned the other way to face the sea and to enjoy the views from the windows.

Next door is the spa room with hot tub, which is kept at 36 degrees centigrade, which also opens out to the decking area. Here you will find the comfortable outside furniture, where you can dine al fresco in the summer months. Additionally, there is the boot room, which is perfect for storing all your outdoor footwear and where you can find life-jackets for trips out on the boat.

The dining room is a light, airy room to the front of the house with amazing views, decorated in pastel blues with a nautical and seafood theme. The dining table and matching chairs are ideal for comfort and for creating a stylish environment. The kitchen opens out from the dining room, and here you will find a modern fitted kitchen with breakfast bar and plenty of work-top space. Cooking is all-electric, and the fitted tiles reflect the continued seafood theme. A utility room is a next door with washing machine and tumble dryer. In the summer months, dining can take place on the front decking, and a BBQ is also provided.  *** There is a private water supply at this property, which is checked and approved on an annual basis by the local authority. 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.

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, 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.

Silver Birch 6

Ardgartan, Argyll, Scotland

Silver Birch 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.

Skerry Log Cabin 5

Taynuilt, Argyll, Scotland

Skerry Log Cabin From £360 Availability

This tastefully finished and well equipped cabin is a peaceful retreat, deep in the forest. The cabin was fully refurbished in 2019 and accommodation consists of Living / dining area, kitchen, two bedrooms, two bathrooms, entrance vestibule, garden and veranda. Living / dining area has sofa and arm chairs, Freesat TV / DVD, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth music player, fold away dining table and chairs, a lovely wood burning stove and patio doors opening onto raised veranda. Kitchen area is well equipped, with oven, hob, fridge (with freezer box), kettle, microwave and necessary utensils, crockery and cutlery. Bedroom 1 has a double bed, clothes storage and an en-suite w.c. Bedroom 2 has a double bed with single bunk above and clothes storage The family bathroom has a shower, W.C., wash hand basin and bathroom cabinet. The entrance vestibule is ideal for coats and boots and there is a shed with a chest freezer. Outside there is parking for 2 - 3 cars, a fire pit / BBQ area, veranda with garden furniture and an ample garden, surrounded by forest. All electricity and linen (not towels) are included within quoted prices. This is a non smoking cabin.

The Log Cabin 2

Oban, Argyll, Scotland

The Log Cabin From £314 Availability

The Log Cabin is surrounded by countryside and boasts mountain views and is set 10 miles from the bustling town of Oban. This log cabin sleeps two people and has open plan living accommodation consisting of a double bed, fitted kitchen and a sitting area with woodburning stove. There is also a separate shower room. Outside, the log cabin has off road parking for 2 cars and a shared decked area with duck pond. The Log Cabin in an ideal romantic retreat.

The River Lodge 2

Oban, Argyll, Scotland

The River Lodge From £382 Availability

The River Lodge is a contemporary ground-floor lodge set within the village of Kilninver near Oban, Scotland. Home to one king-size bedroom served by a shower room, this property can sleep up to two guests. The interior of the lodge is complete with an open-plan living space boasting a kitchen, dining area and a sitting area with a woodburning stove. Outside there is a wrap-around decking, as well as a designated parking space for one car. The River Lodge is an idyllic base from which to enjoy a romantic retreat to the west coast of Scotland.

Wheelchair-adapted Silver Birch 6

Ardgartan, Argyll, Scotland

Wheelchair-adapted Silver Birch 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.