Luxury Holiday Lodges Near Argyll

Experience the rich culture, heritage and arts combined with jaw dropping scenery and island paradises when you visit Argyll. Argyll is the ideal place to escape and explore awe-inspiring landscapes in the west coast of Scotland. With 23 inhabited islands, iconic wildlife including golden eagles, red deer and puffins, Argyll is the ideal place to explore whilst staying at Cameron Lodges luxury lodge resort in Loch Lomond.

Our holiday luxury rentals range from stylish, bespoke one bedroom bungalows to spacious 4 bedroom lodges, each with stylish furniture to match the luxury essence of Cameron Lodges. We offer holiday lodges to suit all group sizes, whether you’re a couple looking for a cosy lodge break or a large family in need of a spacious lodge to host celebrations, we have the perfect rental to suit your every requirement. Also included in each holiday home are state-of-the-art kitchens, sumptuous décor and all the latest mod cons required for a self-catering break.

Loch Lomond is the ideal holiday destination for adventurists, travelling families and groups of friends looking to escape for a long mid-week or weekend break or those simply looking to relax away from the hustle and bustle associated with city life. Soak up the tranquillity of some of Scotland’s finest scenery and enjoy all the local attractions in and around Loch Lomond and Argyll whilst staying at Cameron Lodges luxury resort.

With a beautiful Loch Lomond setting our luxury holiday lodges are the perfect basecamp for exploring Loch Lomond and Argyll. You’ll find some of our itinerary recommendations below.

Things to do in Argyll

The breath-taking scenery, gorgeous islands and local attractions are worth the drive from our luxury self-catering resort in Loch Lomond. Uncover miles of magnificent coastline scenery, explore white sandy beaches and fuel your wanderlust when you venture through Argyll. You’re never short of things to do in Argyll, including some of our favourite local attractions-

  1. Inveraray Castle

Situated on the shores of Loch Fyne, just a short drive away from our luxury self-catering resort in Loch Lomond, is the ideal place to explore and unwind. Inverarary Castle is a beautiful castle that incorporates a Gothic style as well as Palladian and Baroque architectural styles and was even featured in Downtown Abbey’s 2012 Christmas special. Enjoy a day exploring a charming castle, appreciate a glimpse of Scottish royalty before meandering through the wonderful estate grounds which afford stunning scenic viewpoints.

  1. Inveraray Jail

Rewind almost 200 years ago and discover stories from Inveraray’s Jail, of men, women and children who were sentenced to imprisonment at the jail. Wander through one of Scotland’s finest and best-preserved jails and listen to dramatic prisoner tales brought to life in a free audio guide. Following your tour, you can explore the prison grounds, meet some highland cows and search through over 4,000 prisoner records.

  1. Iona Abbey

On the isle of Iona, lies the oldest and most sacred religious places in Western Europe, the Abbey Church founded by St Columba and his Irish followers back in AD 563. To this day the Abbey Church remains an enduring symbol of worship and the Abbey museum is now home to several carved stones. Audio guides and souvenir guidebooks are also available alongside interpretation panels.

  1. Benmore Botanic Garden

For a truly scenic setting, visit Benmore Botanic Garden, set in the mountainside just 7 miles north of Dunoon. At the gateway of Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park lies 120 acres of spectacular scenery, world-renowned plants from the Orient and Himalayas and 300 species of rhododendrons. Visitors can also climb through the gardens to a stunning viewpoint at 450ft where you can see Holy Loch and the tops of mountain landscapes. Striking views await those who adventure through the Botanic Garden.

Treat yourself to a self-catering break at Cameron Lodges, set in the beautiful Scottish countryside where you can enjoy a tranquil backdrop and the comfort and seclusion of your own luxury lodge. Our luxury holiday homes near Argyll are ideal for families, large groups and couples looking to escape their everyday routine and appreciate the simplicity of a staycation in Scotland. Take advantage of the beauty of Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park and book a luxury lodge break at Cameron Lodges self-catering holiday resort.

Whether you choose a beautiful lodge, cottage or bespoke apartment, our rentals are spread across two resorts, Cameron House and Cameron Club & Spa.

Both resorts afford guests stunning views across our resort grounds and complimentary access to our first-class spa facilities at the Cameron Spa. Within the grounds of the Cameron House estate lies our New England themed Boat House restaurant where you can enjoy lochside scenery from the comfort of our outdoor patio or floor to ceiling glass windows. The Boat House caters to all palates, offering guests the finest seafood specialities, classic favourites and stone-baked pizzas. Guests can also enjoy access to our 9-hole Wee Demon Golf Course at Cameron House. The Cameron Club & Spa resort facilities can be accessed via a short shuttle service which operates hourly.

The Cameron Spa, Carrick Golf Course, Clubhouse at Cameron, Cameron Club lodges, cottages and apartments are all situated within the grounds of the Cameron Club & Spa resort. Our Auchentullich development and Mansion House are located in a more secluded section of the resort offering guests’ mesmerising views of Loch Lomond. All Cameron Club holiday rentals are only a stones’ throw away from the Cameron Spa and Clubhouse restaurant. The Clubhouse is the perfect place to unwind and refuel following your outdoor adventure, offering a wide range of pub classics, delicious sandwiches and tender meats from the grill.

Whether it’s a relaxing holiday spa break, couples getaway, family extravaganza or friendly gathering our luxury lodges near Argyll should be the destination for your next lodge break in the countryside.