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If you’re seeking diversity when on holiday in Scotland, look no further than a holiday house in Argyll. With attractions from wildlife to castles and golf courses to gardens, there is something for everyone, which is why it makes such a perfect location for a holiday house in Scotland. Click to view all our holiday cottages in Scotland.

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One thing’s for sure, the scenery is nothing short of spectacular. With landscapes that comprise both coastline and Highlands, this region is a dream for walkers, photographers and animal lovers and the varying backdrops, from beaches to woodland, never fail to take the breath away. So if you’re after fresh air, a picturesque outlook and a bit of peace and tranquillity, a holiday house in Argyll is unbeatable. And let’s not forget that Argyll is the gateway to the beautiful Hebridean islands, so it is an excellent base for a holiday in Scotland if you want to explore the delights of Mull, Iona or Islay (to name but a few). For many people, a holiday in Scotland is all about the great outdoors, whether you’re wandering gently around parks and gardens or climbing the rugged peaks. If you want to take it easy, visit Inveraray Castle Gardens and Ardkinglas Woodland Garden, and if you want to expend some energy, go windsurfing off the coast, cycle and horse ride in Argyll Forest Park, or scramble up Ben Cruachan. Not to mention the fact that Argyll has an excellent selection of golf courses to suit all abilities. Keen golfers, hikers, cyclists and climbers couldn’t pick a better location for a holiday house in Scotland. Something else this part of the world is renowned for is its food and drink, in particular the delicious seafood and locally brewed whisky. Take a tour of one of the many distilleries or follow the Seafood Trail, where you can eat fresh oysters as you overlook the sea. Magical. Choose a holiday house in Argyll for your next holiday in Scotland.

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