Argyll Holidays

With over 3,000 miles of coastline, a range of mountains, castles, inhabited islands and world-class whisky distilleries, the region of Argyll offers the discerning visitor a holiday to remember.

There are so many things to do and see in this part of Scotland, immerse yourself in beautiful nature and explore the coast by foot or bike, take a boat out to one of the many islands for a picnic and get involved in one of the many sports activities available; it’s all possible in Argyll!

Family Holidays in Argyll

One of the biggest decisions made when choosing a family holiday is, will there be enough for the children to do?  Luckily our Argyll holiday park, not only has its own RYA affiliated sailing club, offering courses on Sailing, Canoeing, Kayaking and Windsurfing, but it is also at the heart of many more activities. These include cycle trails around the lochs that pepper this region, climb aboard the last sea-going paddle steamer, visit Loch Lomond and the Trossachs national park and for families with teenage children there are spectacular dive sites and excellent surfing.  Not to mention three links golf courses for the golfers in the family.

The Whisky Coast

It wouldn’t be right to talk about holidays in Argyll without mentioning whisky. Whisky has been crafted here for centuries and is home to 14 world-renowned distilleries.  Visiting the distilleries along the  ‘whisky coast’, as Argyll is often affectionately referred to, is a must for any fan, and even if you are not, it is a good way to discover the history and culture of this region.  Our tip – visit Islay, it is home to 9 of the distilleries and has an incredible backdrop of mountains and sea.

Did you know? The hills above Lochgoilhead village were used for a scene in the James Bond film ‘From Russia with Love’, starring Sean Connery.

To find your Argyll holiday at Rosneath Park, pop your details into our booking box above.

Picture credit: Kilchurn Castle in Argyll and Bute, Traci Law | Shutterstock





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