Isle of Luing, Argyll
Simple and stylish artisan-crafted cabins sitting above the shore of a stunning Scottish bay in Argyll.
Please note that the minimum stay for this property is 2 nights
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Energy Performance Certificate rating A
Very high levels of insulation
Draft-proofed to a very high level
Responsibly sourced firewood
With idyllic views, fresh air and incredible wildlife and countryside nearby, these lovely cabins, situated on the edge of a Scottish bay, are a magical place to get away, relax and find inspiration amongst nature. Journeying to this stunning location takes guests along a spectacular stretch of Scottish countryside, through national parks to the beautiful Isle of Luing and Torsa Bay, where these lovely cabins lie in a row facing the wildlife-rich Atlantic waters.
These simple cabins sit organically against the green and brown hues of the surrounding environment. With double glass doors at the end of the cabin, guests are offered a constant view of the beautiful surroundings. Step inside and discover these open plan accommodations which have all been furnished and decorated to the highest of standards. All the cabins have slightly different configurations, so no two are the same.
Luxurious furniture sits on wooden floors and teal-painted tongue and groove meets a domed pale roof which reflects light and creates space. In the pretty bijoux kitchen area, guests will discover everything they need to create delicious romantic meals. Source local hand-dived scallops, pan fry and enjoy with crisp white wine in the sun. The area is also famous for its delicious local langoustines, Luing beef, Luing lamb, venison, mussels, oysters and more!
Step outside and light-up the fire pit, stare at the pollution-free, starlit sky and breath in the freshest and cleanest Scottish air. And after days exploring this delightful island, kick back with a tea in the the deep, luxurious sofa and gaze out over the bay.
When muddy hikes leave limbs aching and sore, slide into the roll top, free-standing bathtub. Fill with hot water and bubbles, relax and unwind before snuggling into the super-king size bed. Dressed with crisp white linens and thick, cosy duvets, guests are ensured a wonderful night's sleep leaving them revived and ready for another exciting day.
Larger groups can book all of WildLuing for exclusive use, including The Observatory which is a multifunction gathering space. This means that groups of up to 16 guests can all stay together in this marvellous part of Scotland.
The immediate area is teeming with wildlife including otters, eagles, seals, red deer, lapwings, cormorants, basking sharks and dolphins. Take a guided trip to ensure the best chance of spotting some of these incredible creatures.
When days hiking the coast, or simply relaxing at the cabin, leave stomachs rumbling, head to nearby Oban, which has a great food, drink and folk culture scene. The Pierhouse Hotel serves the freshest locally-caught seafood and offers lovely views across the water, while for something more casual, check out Piazza for pizza and good wine. Guests are also encouraged to visit the fabulous T and T pub on the isle of Seil, which serves up delicious food in a wonderful setting.
Each WildSuite starts at £195 a night, and sleep two people. Dogs are welcome for £10 a stay.