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Self-catering accommodation in Argyll and The Isles

Long sea lochs reaching far inland into magnificent mountains and lochs.

Small villages and towns dotting the coast, with a patchwork of hills, farms and woods inland.

And 25 islands of all shapes and sizes, just waiting to be explored.

It is a truly special area of Scotland.

Read more about Scotland's "Sea kingdom" Argyll and The Isles.

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An area of great diversity and beauty and one with a long and illustrious history. This is Scotland's Sea Kingdom, and the sea is ever-present.

The Isles

With so many exotic islands nearby you can island-hop to your heart's content, Mull, Iona, Jura, Islay and the Isle of Bute. Some also famed for their whisky!

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Featured Argyll and the Isles Holiday Cottages and Castles

A selection of hand picked cottages and castles from the diverse and historic Argyll and The Isles.


Ardlarach Lodge

Oban and Loch Awe


Tarbert Lodge

The Isles

More about Argyll And The Isles

Argyll and the Isles is known as Scotland’s birthplace. A fascinating region of rolling hills, deep glens, towering peaks and diverse geography.

Mainland Argyll comprises two long peninsulas, one stretching all the way south from Appin, north of Oban, to the Mull of Kintyre. The other running parallel and stretching south to the resort town of Dunoon and the Firth of Clyde, with the Isle of Bute offshore.

Explore breathtaking castles and historic manor houses. Discover forests and woodlands, mountains, hills and glens. Experience the stunning views of Argyll’s garden and parks, nurtured by the warming Gulf Stream. Or book an island-hopping break to see the Inner Hebrides and its unique geography first hand.

Ancient kings came here to be crowned. Today, you can still be the master of all your survey