UM3
View towards the property
Housed hot tub
Open plan lounge, kitchen and diner
Double bedroom
Twin bedroom
Bunkbeds
Bathroom
View towards the property and hot tub
Views from Lodge
Stunning View from Balcony
Fascinating Temple Wood Stone Circle
Beautiful Loch Fyne
Crinan Canal great to walk or cycle
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2 / 13  Housed hot tub
3 / 13  Open plan lounge, kitchen and diner
4 / 13  Double bedroom
5 / 13  Twin bedroom
6 / 13  Bunkbeds
7 / 13  Bathroom
8 / 13  View towards the property and hot tub
9 / 13  Views from Lodge
10 / 13  Stunning View from Balcony
11 / 13  Fascinating Temple Wood Stone Circle
12 / 13  Beautiful Loch Fyne
13 / 13  Crinan Canal great to walk or cycle

Seaholme

Lochgilphead (2.5mls N), Argyll and Bute
Sleeps 6
Bedrooms 3
Bathrooms 1
Change Sat
Dogs welcome 2
3 star
Downstairs bedroom
Downstairs bathroom
Waterside views
Complex of properties
Hot tub
Fishing onsite / nearby
Family friendly
Log Cabin / Lodge
Towels for hire
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At a glance

  • Enjoy magnificent views across Loch Fyne
  • Beautiful shared housed hot tub on the shores of the Loch
  • Ideal location to explore Argyll and the Islands
  • Surrounded by Scottish history, visit Dunadd Fort where Scottish Kings were once crowned
  • Visit the fascinating Temple Wood Stone Circle in Kilmartin
  • Walk or cycle the Crinan canal
Property code: A466E

Prime location on the shores of Loch Fyne. One of two traditional holiday lodges which lies 2 miles south of Ardrishaig and its sister town Lochgilphead in the Heart of Argyll with stunning views and shared hot tub.

This traditional lodge sits in a stunning position on the shore of Loch Fyne. Just metres from the water, it offers peace, tranquillity and superb views, yet is also within easy reach of the amenities in the nearby town of Lochgilphead. It is ideal for a family break on the beautiful Kintyre peninsula.

With its timbered interior, this delightful single-storey lodge is warm and welcoming, with a single open-plan living space that creates a relaxed and airy feel, enhanced by the large windows that allow the light to pour in.

As you enter the lodge you come into the open-plan lounge/kitchen/diner. This lovely living space is perfect for a family, with comfy sofas, and a TV/DVD to keep younger guests entertained. The smart kitchen area is well-equipped for rustling up easy meals and the large table is ideal for family mealtimes or for enjoying board games on rainy days. The three bedrooms – one double, one twin and one bunk – are simply furnished but warm and cosy to ensure a good night’s sleep. The neat bathroom has a shower over bath, hand basin and WC.

Outside, the veranda has seating facing the loch where you can sit and relax with a drink while children play on the grass. On warm days you can go for a paddle at the edge of the loch or enjoy a stroll with the dog. In the evening, fire up the BBQ and have a meal under the stars. The adjacent shared hot tub is available to book with the owner – treat yourself to a leisurely soak. There is plenty of parking space next to the lodge.

Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.

  • 3 bedrooms - 1 double, 1 twin and 1 room with bunk beds
  • 1 bathroom with shower over bath and seperate WC
  • Kitchen - electric oven and hob, microwave and washing machine
  • Shared housed hot tub with sister lodge - £25 for 2 hours paid and booked with owner locally
  • Electric and heating included
  • Towels available to hire
  • 2 dogs welcome
  • TV/DVD in lounge
  • Shops and restaurant 2 miles away

Just 4 miles from the lodge is the town of Lochgilphead where there are a range of shops to browse and places to eat.

Just south of the town is Ardrishaig (5 miles). This village is home to the southern end of the beautiful Crinan Canal, considered to be one of the prettiest in the UK where you can enjoy walking, cycling or kayaking.

A half-hour drive to the west across the peninsula brings you to Tayvallich (13.5 miles), from where you can catch the passenger ferry to Craighouse – the only village on the Isle of Jura. Watch out for dolphins on the 50-minute trip before enjoying lunch by the harbour.

The picturesque fishing village of Tarbert Loch Fyne (11 miles) is just a 20-minute drive south. Enjoy a fresh seafood meal in one of the pretty harbourside restaurants before climbing up to the ruins of Tarbert Castle to enjoy the stunning views across the loch.

This property is personally managed by Gavin.

Reviews

From guests that have stayed at the property.

Based on 7 guest ratings

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Reviewed by Lee 26th October 2019

We had a wonderful time here. The kids were safe to explore, the location faultless and the lodge itself was warm and inviting. We saw seals and otters even in late October and had great fun exploring the private cove. An idyllic place to get away from the hussle and bussle of working life and highly recommended.

Reviewed by Graeme 24th August 2019

The location is absolutely fantastic with lovely views of the loch but watching the sun rise is absolutely stunning. It also provides a great base to explore the surrounding area without having to travel too far. Property was able to house 6 people comfortably as stated with facilities to match. Great that dog could roam freely to explore.

Reviewed by Julie 27th July 2019

Property location is superb for the lochside views alone! The main road behind the property isnt a problem but the lack of a pavement means you need to drive if you want to take the dogs for a longer walk (recommend the canal- takes about an hour). The wildlife is perfect. Had regular sightings of dolphins, seals, loads of seabirds and regular visiRead morets from a friendly family of swans. The bay is superb for kids! Felt relaxed letting them use floats near to the shore. Hide

Reviewed by David 20th July 2019

The location is absolutely wonderful, straight onto the beach. The weather was perfect and we had a BBQ on the beach or sat outside on the verandah. The views over the loch towards Arran are wonderful. The chalet is well equipped and comfortable and certainly roomy enough for us all. There are many places to visit, walking and boat trips. All in alRead morel a great holiday. Hide

Reviewed by Alison 6th July 2019

Amazing holiday perfect location with easy access to loads of day trip, right on the water amazing views and lodge has everything you need will definitely be back.

Reviewed by Gepke 20th April 2019

Great spot!!!! We had an amazing 2 weeks.

Reviewed by Stephen 8th April 2019

The lodge and location was fantastic For a relaxing holiday with amazing scenery I would highly recommend

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View towards the property
Housed hot tub
Open plan lounge, kitchen and diner
Double bedroom
Twin bedroom
Bunkbeds
Bathroom
View towards the property and hot tub
Views from Lodge
Stunning View from Balcony
Fascinating Temple Wood Stone Circle
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Location

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