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View towards lodge and housed hot tub
Housed hot tub
Lounge with direct access to the shores
Lounge opens onto kitchen/diner
Double bedroom
Twin Bedroom
Views from the property
Beautiful Loch Fyne
Fascinating Temple Wood Stone Circle
Dunadd Fort steeped in history
1 / 10  View towards lodge and housed hot tub
2 / 10  Housed hot tub
3 / 10  Lounge with direct access to the shores
4 / 10  Lounge opens onto kitchen/diner
5 / 10  Double bedroom
6 / 10  Twin Bedroom
7 / 10  Views from the property
8 / 10  Beautiful Loch Fyne
9 / 10  Fascinating Temple Wood Stone Circle
10 / 10  Dunadd Fort steeped in history

West Winds

Lochgilphead (2.5mls N), Argyll and Bute
Sleeps 4
Bedrooms 2
Bathrooms 1
Change Sat
Dogs welcome 2
4 star
Downstairs bedroom
Downstairs bathroom
Waterside views
Complex of properties
Hot tub
Fishing onsite / nearby
Family friendly
Log Cabin / Lodge
Towels for hire
Cot available
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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: A466D

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.

Set in a fabulous location on the shores of the stunning Loch Fyne this is one of a pair of traditional holiday lodges nestling a couple of miles south of Ardrishaig. With plenty of space for up to four guests, the property offers spectacular views, a delightful shared hot tub and is a fantastic base for exploring this beautiful part of the Argyll countryside.

This welcoming wooden lodge makes a wonderful retreat for families and couples. Tastefully furnished and stylishly decorated with pine walls throughout, the lodge makes a lovely and relaxing holiday base for discovering Argyll and the Islands.

As you enter this beautiful log cabin you will find the bright and inviting lounge. With a TV, plenty of comfortable seating and patio doors offering stunning views across Loch Fyne, this is an idyllic space to relax in after a wonderful day exploring. You will also find an attractive kitchen/diner which is perfect for preparing and sharing your favourite meals. The lodge also features a charming double bedroom, a pretty twin room and a bathroom complete with a shower over the bath.

Stepping outside, there’s a covered decked area around the side of the lodge where you can sit back and watch the sun go down as you enjoy a glass of wine or al fresco meal. There’s also a BBQ to use and you will also have access to the shared housed hot tub which has views out over the loch.

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

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

This is a wonderful area for taking part in numerous activities including mountain biking, walking, canoeing and fishing. You can take boat trips out to discover some of the nearby islands and lochs. Ardrishaig (1.5 miles) is a charming village with a number of great places to eat and drink, or you can visit Lochgilphead (4 miles) which offers a range of shops, pubs and restaurants as well as a swimming pool and bike hire facilities. From nearby Tarbert (10 miles) you can catch a ferry across Loch Fyne to visit the lovely Portavadie (15 miles). The pretty village of Kilmartin (11.5 miles) is steeped in history, and the surrounding province of Lorne is known for its immense concentration of ancient monuments, standing stones and burial cairns. Among the many nearby landmarks and sites are Dunadd Fort (8 miles) – where you can declare yourself king or queen for the day, Temple Wood Stone Rings, the Neither Largie Cairns, the Nether Largie Standing Stones (all within 11 miles) and the remains of Carnasserie Castle (12.5 miles). Nature lovers can visit the national nature reserves at Moine Mhor (10 miles) and Taynish (16 miles), the Argyll Beaver and Wildlife Visitor Centre in Barrandaimh (9 miles) or the spectacular Knapdale Forest (9.5 miles). You can also explore the 200-year old Crinan Canal by foot, bike or boat (6 miles) or visit the beautiful National Trust property of Arduaine Garden set on the Sound of Jura (22 miles).

This property is personally managed by Gavin.

Reviews

From guests that have stayed at the property.

Based on 10 guest ratings

Overall cleanliness
4.2
Overall equipment
4.5
Overall comfort
4.3
Overall location
4.2

Reviewed by Val 14th September 2019

The lodge is very small ( on site of caravan) and within a few metres of the busiest trunk road sandwiched between the road and the loch. Noise is almost continuous both day and night as heavy goods vehicles and logging lorries use the road. This ruined our holiday as good views of the loch cannot compensate for the traffic disturbance. The interioRead morer is in poor condition and needs renovating. Hot tub was great and owner very kind Hide

Reviewed by Geraldine 7th September 2019

holiday home was perfect for taking dogs on holiday the owners were dog lovers so tht made you feel very relaxed my only downside to property was the main road right behind cottage which was very busy so for all the views were amazing and the dogs were safe as garden was enclosed the road was noisy all the time so it kind of spoiled the peace and qRead moreuite I was looking for if you can get over tht noise it is a perfect place for people with dogs Hide

Reviewed by Patricia 31st August 2019

Lodge was immaculate, well equipped with a totally stunning location and sublime views across the water. Enclosed veranda was perfect for our dog as he could spend all day outside if desired. Owners extremely helpful and friendly.

Reviewed by Marina 6th July 2019

Our chalet by the shores of Loch Fyne was exactly as it was pictured. We had a slight problem with the fridge breaking down; the owners were extremely helpful. First of all they gave us an ice box within 10 minutes of me phoning and by the time we returned, having gone out for the day, there was a new fridge in place. The setting was absolutely beaRead moreutiful and we had a great holiday. Hide

Reviewed by Robert 11th May 2019

Excellent location on the shore of Loch Fyne. Pine cabin is well equipped and all you need to enjoy your holiday.

Reviewed by Peter 16th February 2019

Fantastic location brilliant for the children and secure for the dogs.

Reviewed by Jodie 8th February 2019

Me and my partner stayed here for two days and brought our two dogs with us, such a lovely place and great facilities! Amazing view and able to let the dogs just run about the outside area such friendly and welcoming owners making sure we enjoyed our stay would definitely recommend!

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Location

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