Airdeny Chalets is a holiday park located in Argyll and Bute. Immersed in the beautiful woodland of Taynuilt, this dog-friendly park is surrounded by wild nature and a beautiful landscape. If you are looking for a holiday destination that allows you to relax in a natural environment, then Airdeny should be at the top of your list. Airdeny offers seven chalets where you can be free and enjoy a splendid time. Whether alone or with friends and family, everyone is welcome at Airdeny!
One of the main attractions of this holiday destination is its surrounding natural beauty, which provides the perfect setting for a memorable holiday, whether in the summer or winter. You also get a large area of land for adventure in the lovely village of Taynuilt. Also, there are plenty of fun activities waiting for you outside the park and in neighbouring towns. There is never a shortage of fun things to do at Airdeny.
For the adventurous guests staying at Airdeny, there are many outdoor activities to explore. You can go hiking on the Ben Cruachan mountain or Loch Etive, regarded as one of the most attractive lochs in Scotland, or you can see where the trails at Loch Awe will take you.
If you enjoy biking, the Great Glen Way, Loch Leven Circuit and the Ben Nevis Loop are fantastic routes to start. These biking routes offer you a unique opportunity to be blown away by some of the most breathtaking scenery in all of Scotland.
Visit some of the sought-after historical sites nearby the park, such as Oban Distillery, Ardchatten Priory Gardens, And the Dunollie Castle, which has a museum where everyone can learn about the history of the castle and the west coast of Scotland through exhibitions.
Whether you are a pro golfer or you enjoy a game of golf once in a while, there are golf courses near Airdeny to keep you occupied. Nearby golf courses include Taynuilt Golf Club, Dalmally Golf Club, or Glencruitten Golf club. At Airdeny, you will get to bring some of your favourite fun activities with you.
Holiday park owners have easy access to neighbouring towns and facilities such as shopping centres, restaurants, and pubs. Getting around is easy, with bus stops only a few minutes from the park leading to neighbouring towns. Also, there is a vehicle rental if you wish to enjoy more freedom to explore the area.
Argyll and Bute