See and Do
Argyll offers something for everyone, no matter where your interests lie, and we look forward to sharing this wonderful place with you. Wonderful Wildlife There is an abundance of wildlife in Argyll. From the back door at Seabank, enjoy walking through the woods or along the shores of Loch Creran to get close to nature and view all kinds of flora and fauna. Many wildlife trips operate locally for a chance to spot a wide range of marine and bird life.
The Great Outdoors There are numerous outdoor activities all within easy reach of Seabank Self-Catering. Argyll provides a stunning backdrop for walking, cycling and watersports to name a few. However, it is also the ideal place for relaxing in the garden and grounds. Food and Drink The food and drink in Argyll is full of wonderful local produce and Oban is the Seafood Capital of Scotland. Whether you choose to eat in or dine out, all tastes are catered for and whisky lovers can enjoy sampling the Oban Malt amongst other drams produced in Argyll.
Steeped in History The area is rich in history and no visit would be complete without spending some time soaking up Argyll's fascinating heritage in one of the many castles, museums or historic sites. From a visit to the local pottery, attending highland games or listening to a traditional music session, the vibrant arts and culture scene can be appreciated throughout the region.
Exploring the Area Seabank makes a great base to explore the rugged beauty of Argyll and the Isles. Day trips to the islands, a scenic drive through Glencoe or a visit to the picturesque town of Inveraray are just some of the many outings to go on during your stay. There is so much to do in the Oban area, please visit exploreargyll for full details. Many guests return to Seabank year after year because there is a limit on how much can be done in just one holiday here!