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Self Catering in Argyll

Just so we're clear, choosing to holiday in Scotland doesn’t mean that you have to miss out on visiting breathtaking beaches. We have more than our fair share of those and there's nowhere better than Argyll to find sea, sand and hopefully even some of the third s: sun!

With an excellent ferry network in place it’s easy to island hop your way around Argyll and explore some unique destinations including the vibrant Mull with its colourful harbour and the tiny Isle of Iona with its historic abbey. Make sure that your tour also includes some of the charming harbour towns such as Cambeltown on the Kintyre Peninsula, with its three distilleries and a long tradition of whisky making, and Oban, the seafood capital of Scotland.

Caught fresh from the sea, the local fair is becoming increasingly renowned so let yourself be reeled in by the allure of the Seafood Trail and taste it for yourself. The famous Loch Fyne Oyster Bar is just one of the 'stops' to be savoured as you eat your way round Argyll.

Thanks to the Gulf Stream, Argyll and the Isles are home to an abundance of wildlife while exotic and native species thrive in a number of excellent gardens. There are plenty worth a visit but in particular try to get to the coastal Arduaine Garden (twenty miles south of Oban) and the policies of Mount Stuart on the Isle of Bute.

A self-catering holiday in Argyll: truly treat for all the senses

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