The Ugadale Hotel

At a glance

  • Hotel spa

    Hotel Spa Venue

    This is a place that’s all about indulgence, so while there is no pool, sauna or steam room, there is a decadent array of treatments.

  • Golf

    Golf

    There are two golf courses close to the hotel at the Machrihanish Golf Club.

  • Beach

    Beach

    There are numerous beaches in the surrounding area not least of all Saddell Bay where Paul McCartney filmed the video for Mull of Kintyre.

  • Child friendly

    Family Friendly

    Campbeltown’s Aquilibrium leisure park, Barrglen Equestrian Centre, Machrihanish Seabird and Wildlife Observatory are nearby.

  • Restaurant

    Restaurant

    The hotel has sister venues throughout the Machrihanish Dunes area, which bodes well for guests looking for a multitude of dining options.

  • Scenery

    Scenic Location

    Rugged views of the Scottish coastline and the Atlantic are key to the character at The Ugadale Hotel.

Location

The Ugadale Hotel

Machrihanish, Argyll, Scotland,
PA28 6PT

Spa & Leisure

One doesn’t go to Argyll to spend time in the gym (although there is one if you are so inclined), this is a place for getting your exercise courtesy of the great outdoors with bracing walks to the caves of Davaar Island, along the beaches, to the Mull of Kintyre or the mountains of Bein Ghuilean, and returning to the cosy comforts of luxury accommodation, that The Ugadale Hotel exemplifies.

Adding that extra dimension to the luxury aspect of the venue is the Serenity Spa, where it is all about the treatments and using Decléor products, offers guests a range of the brand’s most popular treatments including facials, top-to-toe massages (important after all that walking), and finishing touches as well.

Hotel & Accommodation

Providing the centrepiece of the village at Machrihanish Dunes, The Ugadale Hotel has a long history of hospitality which it retains via the traditional furnishings across 22 rooms and suites that feature walnut wood and antique brass trimmings as well as quintessentially Scottish accents throughout. The majority of rooms also enjoy those all-pervasive views of the Atlantic and Hebridean islands of Islay and Jura.

As we say, this is a place that’s all about sensory experience and as a result there are dining options to showcase all aspects of Scottish fare, from the pub-style Kintyre Club to The Old Clubhouse overlooking the 1st tee of the Machrihanish golf course. There is also the Harbourview Grille – part of the hotel’s village-wide family, on the Campbeltown Harbour; the nearby Black Sheep Pub and The Golf House – the mainstay of today’s golfing visitors.