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  • Sleeps6
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A delightful detached bungalow resting in Campbeltown, Scotland. Harbour views. Ground-floor living. Off-road parking. Pet-free. Tarbert 37 miles; Lochgilphead 50.2 miles. (Ref. 1071175)

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  • Off-road parking
  • Ground floor bedroom
  • Washing machine

7 nights from £426

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  • Bedrooms2
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A beautiful semi-detached house found in Campbeltown within the Kintyre Peninsula. Victorian house. Stunning views. Coffee machine. Davaar Island 2.6 miles; Southend 10.1 miles. (Ref. 1001071)

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7 nights from £616

  • Sleeps11
  • Bedrooms6
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    4.5

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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)

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  • Baby-friendly

7 nights from £707

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This selection of Campbeltown cottages rests on a sheltered bay at the southern tip of the scenic Kintyre peninsula. Once alive with shipbuilding, fishing and distilling, today the town is a more peaceful base from which to explore Argyll and Bute, whether that's with a romantic retreat or family gathering. Famed for its rich heritage and milder climate, Campbeltown offers family-friendly attractions, historic sites and plenty of outdoor activities including walking, cycling and boat trips to the likes of Ardrossan and remote islands.

Why a Campbeltown Cottage?

Venture out of your Campbeltown accommodation to admire the town's prosperous past - evidenced by its architecture - from churches and memorials to cultural attractions including the peaceful Linda McCartney Memorial Garden. Campbeltown Museum and Heritage Centre showcases a collection of items including prehistoric relics excavated from Kintyre, whilst The Wee Picture House first opened in 1913 and is Scotland's oldest cinema. For self-catering in Campbeltown, you'll find plenty of shops, restaurants and cafés to choose from, as well as traditional pubs with harbour views and charming coffee shops. Once the proclaimed 'whisky capital of the world', with 34 distilleries, today three active distilleries remain for guided tours that reveal the secrets of whisky making. Springbank Distillery was founded in 1828 by the Mitchell family and is still owned by the family today! Find a variety of local things to do and see with our Loch Lomond travel guide and Dumfries and Galloway travel guide.

Places to Visit near Campbeltown

The Mull of Kintyre is a must-see when choosing holiday cottages in Campbeltown. On a clear day, Ailsa Craig and Northern Ireland are visible beyond sweeping sea views, whilst the Mull of Kintyre Lighthouse is a popular site. Discover local legends at St Columba's Chapel, footprints and Holy Well, or travel to the western coast for surfing and relaxing along the sandy beach at Machrihanish. Avid hikers can follow the 100-mile Kintyre Way from here, taking you all the way to Tarbert in the north. Journeying off the peninsula, Ayr is a bustling town with plenty of history to discover at Greenan Castle and Burns Cottage. Find Scottish art at Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum in the vibrant port city of Glasgow, alongside a variety of green parks, shops and eateries. Witness Scotland's breath-taking scenery at Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park to climb, sail and hike through a spectacular landscape.

Types of Holiday

There are a variety of holiday homes to choose from in this fantastic region. Whisk your better half away with these romantic breaks in Scotland or choose from a selection of large cottages in Scotland to celebrate a special occasion with the whole family. Luxury cottages in Scotland add a taste of opulence to your rural escape, whilst these lodges and log cabins in Scotland put you in the heart of the countryside. Your dogs can enjoy a break along with you thanks to a range of dog-friendly cottages in Scotland.