Find out everything you need about Argyll View in Langbank, Glasgow and Clyde Valley and whether this holiday rental is right for you.
This luxury detached lodge that sleeps two sits amidst woodland, with a private hot tub and views of the Clyde Estuary and Ben Lomond. The kitchen, overlooking the open plan living area, has all the mod cons.
The championship Gleddoch course is within walking distance for golf lovers, as is the visitor attraction, Finlaystone Country Estate, managed by Clan MacMillan.
Cosmopolitan Glasgow is a 10-minute train journey west and you can take a ferry trip to the peninsula town of Dunoon with its Victorian Pier and visit Puck’s Glen on the shores of the saltwater Holy Loch.
At A Glance
Super king-size bed
About Argyll View
Set in private woodland, this log cabin, with commanding countryside views, sleeps two in a spacious bedroom with a super-king bed, a make-up station, plenty of storage and an en suite walk-in shower.
The open plan living space has a modern inset fireplace and TV, both wall-mounted. It incorporates a dining table for two and a kitchen that comes with a coffee machine and a water-dispensing fridge/freezer.
The decking has a hot tub and place for dining under the skies and you can request a gas BBQ. This outdoor space is made safe with glass decking panels.
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Things To Do in Langbank
This woodland retreat is close to the village of Langbank. Although it has less than 1000 residents, this village is popular with countryside lovers who want to break up their holiday with a bit of hustle and bustle. The train from Langbank takes only 15 minutes to the centre of Glasgow and the station is within easy walking distance of your lodge.
In Glasgow, you can visit the Riverside Museum, the Kelvingrove Art Gallery housed in a former stately home, and stroll through the city’s majestic cathedral. Foodies love Glasgow. The Ivy has set up shop here and local lad made good chef John Quigley’s Red Onion tops discerning restaurant-goers lists.
Closer to home is Langbank’s Coast, a restaurant with stunning views over the River Clyde. It caters for vegans and has gluten-free options too. You might find yourself here after a round of golf at the meticulously designed 18-hole Gleddoch course nearby.
Whether you are a scratch golfer or it’s something you have always wanted to do, the course, spread over 360 acres, with breathtaking views of the Clyde Estuary, is going to fit your needs to a tee. A walk in the woods on the Finlaystone estate, just 1.2 miles from Argyll View, is recommended for a calming day out.
Some of the trees are more than 400 years old in the 140-acre wood, home to a colony of herons and roe deer. The visitor’s centre has a tearoom ready to serve you a refreshing cuppa after your woodland ramble.
Couples love this timber lodge comes with everything you need to have a hassle-free holiday. Sitting out on the decking or in the bubbly, warm hot tub, you would never guess that this woodland location is only 3.4 miles from bustling Glasgow.
The accommodation is all about attention to detail here. Although it is only 3.4 miles from vibrant Glasgow, you are surrounded by wildlife and the sounds of birdsong and if you are lucky, you might spot a woodpecker.
Indoors, in the sumptuous bedroom with its king-size bed, you will find fluffy bathrobes, great to keep dry and toasty after an invigorating shower or after immersing yourself in the hot tub. There is excellent storage space in the bedroom, so you won’t have to live out of your suitcase for the week.
The open plan living makes good use of the long space to seamlessly incorporate the kitchen, dining area, and sitting room. From here, patio doors lead out to the decking. Even if you are eating indoors, you will be treated to countryside views across the Clyde Estuary over to the Argyll Hills and rural scenes such as cows grazing in the rolling meadows nearby.