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Scotland’s luxurious spa opens at Portavadie

Stay-cationing just got even more luxurious with the announcement that Luxury west coast retreat, Portavadie has now opened Scotland’s newest and most luxurious spa and leisure experience.

As part of a further £10m development, the spa and leisure complex includes a 16-metre indoor pool, outdoor spa pools, two Scandinavian saunas, Precor equipped gymnasium and the largest heated outdoor infinity pool in Scotland.

Like the outdoor pools, the indoor facilities including the gym and spa areas – and even the saunas – offer stunning floor to ceiling views across Loch Fyne and beyond to the Isle of Arran, bringing nature right into the facility and flooding the building with light.


Both guests and visitors can enjoy the new offering, with complimentary leisure access for shore side residents, and prices for day visitors and water based residents starting from just £12 for adults and £5 for children.

Full spa access is also available, with prices for a day’s spa experience starting from just £91. This includes full admission to the new complex, with its stunning pools, relaxation areas, hydrotherapy pool, cafe bar and treatments.

The spa will use bespoke signature treatments from the product houses of DECLÉOR and ishga and the generously proportioned custom treatment rooms have been fitted out with high end equipment and furnishings, including a superb sound and lighting system which creates and enhances the atmosphere and mood of each room.

The current range of luxurious apartments, self-catering cottages, studio apartments, lodge rooms and the finest Scottish cuisine in loch-side restaurants and bars complements the new addition.   A range of activities is also available including: mountain biking, walking, sailing, rib rides, or simply exploring the surrounding area and soaking up the scenery.



The spa and leisure experience at Portavadie is open to residents throughout the week, with non-resident options SundayFriday from 12pm-5pm. Membership is also available, with prices starting from £35 per month for the general public, and only £30 per month for berth holders.

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