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A wonderful, stone-built Scotland cottage, on the owner's beef farm. Golf courses near by, rough shooting and fishing by arrangement with owner. Campbeltown 5 miles. (Ref. 3729)
7 nights from £407Book Now
Lovely semi-detached holiday cottage near Southend on the beautiful Kintyre peninsula. Ideal for couples. Close to beaches, golf and walking. Southend 2 miles, Campbeltown 10 miles. (Ref. 939863)
10% off - Sat 3rd Jun to 29th Jul 2017
7 nights from £268Book Now
A superb example of our coastal Scotland cottages, this welcoming farmhouse is near the beach, with wonderful sea views, on the Kintyre Peninsula. Campbeltown 9 miles. (Ref. 2979)
7 nights from £359Book Now
What if we told you there were palm trees in Scotland? Or, that Campbeltown - a large town near the Mull of Kintyre - was warmer than most parts of the UK? Thanks to the Gulf Stream, which blows warm air from Florida, the above is true.
That means our Campbeltown cottage rentals make a great base for a holiday at any time of year. Think long, barmy walks with your pooch; cycle rides in peaceful countryside; and a surplus supply of historic and family friendly attractions.
Interested? Then read on to find out more about our self-catering Campbeltown holidays, or scroll down to choose your favourite cottage now.
Things to see and do on a Campbeltown cottage break
Aside from its shops, restaurants and cafes, Campbeltown has plenty of other attractions to keep you occupied during your cottage break. The town is famous for its whisky production, and is one of only five areas in Scotland categorised as a malt whisky region. Campbeltown single malts have become synonymous with the town, with three distilleries producing whisky here: Glengyle, Glen Scotia and Springbank.
Other attractions to look out for during your cottage holiday in Campbeltown include the Campbeltown museum and heritage centre, which houses a collection of items including prehistoric items excavated from Kintyre. The Wee Picture House is also a must; this small, art-nouveau cinema was built in 1913 and is thought to be the only surviving, purpose-built cinema in Scotland. You'll find both of these attractions on the town's bustling waterfront.
Rich heritage and a mild climate make Campbeltown a desirable place to stay for those concerned about Scotland's variable weather conditions. To choose your favourite Campbeltown cottage, scroll down and browse our collection today.