Portavadie offers a range of accommodation, restaurants and bars, beauty and wellbeing treatments. The spa and leisure experience offers an exceptional way to enjoy the views over Loch Fyne at any time of year, making Portavadie the destination of choice for all occasions.
Portavardie's story is one of a remarkable transformation. The site which was originally intended to become an oil rig construction facility. Despite extensive work, including the construction of an entire village nearby, it was never used. With a clear vision and a lot of hard work, they turned this blot on the landscape deep in the Scottish Highlands into the secluded oasis that you see today. In 2017 the hotel was awarded Best Marina for the second year running by the Scottish Outdoor Leisure Awards who also awarded us 2017's Best Leisure Resort Hotel. Portavadie was also awarded 2017's Best Accommodation Provider by Highlands & Islands Tourism Awards and also have a Gold Green Tourism Award.
There is something for everyone, from the walker to the sailor, families to couples, those looking to splash out to those on a budget. It is the ideal location whether you are looking for a family holiday, romantic weekend break or relaxing afternoon by the water with friends.
Breakfast served from: 08:00 till: 10.30
Dinner served from: 18:30 till: 21:00
Car Parking: Complimentary private car parking is available for all accommodation
Benmore Botanic Garden
Blairmore and Strone Golf Glub
Kilmartin House Museum
Kelburn Castle & Country Centre
Take the A82 along Loch Lomond to Tarbet, then the A83 towards Inveraray and Campbelltown. At Cairndow, turn left on to the A815, then at Strachur turn right on to the A886, signposted Glendaruel and Colintraive. Just after Glendaruel, turn right on to A8003 for Tighnabruaich then continue on the A8000 towards Portavadie. At Millhouse follow the signs to ferry and Portavadie Marina.
Nearest Airport - Glasgow Airport: 34 Miles