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Luxury Log Cabins in Argyll & Bute with Private Hot Tubs

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The most popular hot holidays in Argyll & Bute.

We all need to get away from the stresses of everyday life sometimes even if it's just for a weekend and booking lodges with hot tubs in Argyll and Bute is the perfect solution.

Located on the west coast of, this region boasts 23 inhabited islands, deserted beaches, no less than 7 nature reserves, a plethora of whisky distilleries and some of the most spectacular scenery in the world, combine that with the famous hospitality and what's not to love?

Hot Tub Breaks in Argyll and Bute

Check out the best cottages with hot tubs in Argyll and Bute; be it for a couple, family or group of friends, you are guaranteed to find "the one" and pack your suitcases because a hot tub break in Argyll really does restore the soul!

  • Auchendennan

    Burnbeag in Arden / Sleeps 2-7

    • hot tub
    • pet friendly
    • wi-fi
    • garden

    Located in the majestic Loch Lomond National Park, these cottages offer panoramic views.

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  • Lochgoilhead Lodges

    Holiday Cabins in Drimsynie with Hot Tubs / Sleeps 2

    • hot tub
    • Mini market 
    • Children’s clubs
    • Indoor pool & sauna

    At the heart of the Trossachs National Park, the family can enjoy a host of walks and trails, or onsite facilities include a golf course, bike hire, archery & badminton.

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  • Ardgartan Argyll Lodges

    Arrochar / Sleeps 2

    • hot tub
    • pet friendly
    • garden
    • Travel cot/highchair 

    Located on the shores of the Loch Long, there are numerous activities for the whole family. Includes segway safari, fishing, mountain bike hire & archery.

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  • Strathyre Lodges

    Callander / Sleeps 2

    • hot tub
    • pet friendly
    • Wi Fi
    • Travel cot/highchair

    This set of beautiful properties are set amongst the lochs and the mountains of the Trossachs. Situated just under 40 miles from the city of Glasgow these cabins make for the ideal location for cheap short breaks.

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About Argyll And Bute

This sparsely populated region on the west coast of Scotland includes no less than 23 inhabited islands and boasts several sea lochs giving it one of the longest coastlines.

Visitors will love the peace and tranquillity along with an abundance of wildlife including birds, dolphins and seals which can be frequently spotted along the shores.

Easily accessible from the central belt; Argyll and Bute offer everything you need for a relaxing break; just imagine drinking in the scenery from the warm bubbles of your inviting hot tub with a wee dram.

Activities and Must-see Sights in Argyll and Bute

With over 2,500 miles of coastline, 23 inhabited islands the finest whisky, beaches, history, sailing, walking and so much more, Argyll and Bute is fast becoming a place to book a luxury holiday cottage with it's own hot tub.

A truly blissful escape from the pressures of modern day life yet with so much to see and do you will be spoiled for choice.

We have put together a few places we think you wouldn’t want to miss on your holiday.

1. Inveraray Castle

1. Inveraray Castle

The ancestral home of one of the most powerful clans (Clan Campbell) is a must-see attraction for visitors to the region.

Standing proud on the shores of Loch Fyne, highlights include; the magnificent State Dining Room, the Parisian-styled Tapestry Drawing Room and the Victorian Room which celebrates Princess Louise's marriage to the 9th Duke of Argyll.

Spring visitors will love the displays of rhododendrons and azaleas in the formal gardens while later in the year, roses, heathers and various shrubs provide a splash of colour.

Head to the superb Tearoom for a light meal or slice of delicious home-made cake before visiting the well-stocked gift shop.

2. Isle of Bute Discovery Centre

2. Isle of Bute Discovery Centre

Learn all about the beautiful island of Bute in this modern iCentre located in the art-nouveau building of the Winter Gardens in the heart of the lovely Victorian seaside town of Rothesay.

Discover the history of the island along with its rich and varied wildlife through a variety of multi-media displays, along with friendly staff who are happy to offer advice and recommendations.

There is also a local cinema and shop where you can buy local chutneys, jams, confectionery and souvenirs as a reminder of this elegant island.

3. Loch Fyne

3. Loch Fyne

If the luxury of having your own private hot tub is not enough why not spend a day on the shores of Loch Fyne and indulge yourself.

Loch Fyne extends for 40 miles from the south of Bute making it the longest of the sea lochs.

Along with spectacular scenery there is a luxury Spa at the Loch Fyne hotel offering relaxing Spa days with a range of treatments and afterwards why not try some oysters sourced from the loch itself at the world renowned Loch Fyne Restaurant and Oyster bar.

4. Distillery Tours

4. Distillery Tours

You can't stay in what is known as "The Whisky Coast" without visiting one of the many world-class distilleries in the region most of which offer guided tours with a wee dram at the end.

The small isle of Islay has nine, yes, nine distilleries in glorious locations including Bowmore one of the oldest, where you can watch traditional methods of producing national drink.

There are also great distilleries in Oban, Campbeltown and Tobermory that are well worth a visit and of course you can purchase a nice single malt to sip later in the warm bubbles of your hot tub or as a gift.

5. Mount Stuart, Isle of Bute

5. Mount Stuart, Isle of Bute

The beautiful Isle of Bute can be easily reached by ferry from Weymss Bay and once there a must-see is Mount Stuart.

Widely regarded as the UK's most impressive Victorian Gothic stately home. The first house in the world to have a heated indoor swimming pool and the first in the country to be centrally heated with a telephone system.

Highlights include the spectacular Marble Hall with its celestial ceiling and incredible stained glass, a white Marble Chapel and extravagantly decorated rooms.

Set in 300 acres of grounds which include formal gardens, woodland and coast Mount Stuart provides a great family day out.

6. Inveraray Jail

6. Inveraray Jail

Step back in time to the 19th century at one of the best-preserved prisons in the world. Costumed characters bring history to life as you learn about the men, women, children and lunatics who were tried and locked-up within the walls.

View gruesome forms of punishment including thumbscrews and branding irons before visiting the cramped cells where you can hear stories about the prisoners.

Take a seat in the old courtroom and hear extracts from actual trials that took place over a hundred years ago. Boasting a host of events and spooky overnight ghost hunts Inveraray Jail is a fascinating attraction for all the family.

7. Swimming with Sharks

7. Swimming with Sharks

You may be familiar with the whale, seal and dolphin spotting tours that are available in Argyll and Bute, but did you know you can actually swim with sharks?

Based in Oban Basking Shark operates tours from June through to September when these magnificent creatures migrate to the area, which boasts some of the best cold water diving in the world.

This really is a unique experience you will want to tell friends and family all about and something that will certainly make your hot tub break in Argyll and Bute a memorable one.

8. Bag a Munro

8. Bag a Munro

Never heard of it? Well you will if you visit. Bagging a Munro is a popular pastime north of the border and one which will test your legs.

Having over 280 Munros; that is mountains that are over 3,000 feet and whether you are a beginner or seasoned bagger there are lots to choose from in Argyll and Bute including the highest, Ben Cruachan.

So, put on those hiking boots and put your best foot forward. You will certainly appreciate your exclusive hot tub after a day spent walking the hills.

The Last Word

The west coast is a magical place perfect for a romantic break the shimmering sea lochs, enchanting woodland and spectacular sunsets combine to produce a unique charm found nowhere else.

Hill walks, mountain biking, golf and fishing, together with the best cruising waters in the UK make it a prime location for lovers of water-based activities and the great outdoors.

Island hopping is an essential part of any holiday break to this region and contributes to making each stay unique. Enjoy the best whale watching in the country, view puffins, seals and dolphins, and don’t forget a distillery tour.

Experience a warm welcome and a holiday to remember when you book lodges in Argyll and Bute with hot tubs.