Loch Fyne spa launches new meetings facilities

Portavadie resort has opened its new spa with state-of-the-art meetings facilities on the shore of Loch Fyne on Scotland's west coast.

Portavadie resort has opened its new spa with state-of-the-art meetings facilities
Portavadie resort has opened its new spa with state-of-the-art meetings facilities

The two new meeting rooms, the Barclay and the Bulloch Suites, can cater for board meetings, conferences and events for 20 to 80 delegates. Each of the rooms has floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the coast and is equipped with the latest in sound, lighting and A/V equipment. 

The new spa and leisure experience, which houses the meeting rooms, also includes a 16m indoor pool, outdoor spa pools, two Scandinavian saunas with glass walls overlooking the Loch, a gym, a range of treatments and the largest heated outdoor infinity pool in Scotland, set just above the Loch.

Other meeting facilities at the Portavadie venue include the Marina boardroom for up to 20 delegates and a permanent marquee that can cater for 120 for a dinner or 250 for a reception. 

On-site luxury accommodation is available for teams of up to 124 delegates in a range of apartments, lodges and cottages. Smaller groups of up to 32 can be housed exclusively in the Lodge with its own restaurant and 16 en-suite rooms. The resort also includes a range of restaurants and cafés. Portavadie also has a range of on-site teambuilding activities including mountain biking, walking, sailing, rib rides and kayaking.

The meetings-and-incentive location is part of a £10m development that overlooks Loch Fyne and the surrounding hills. It is located two hours from Glasgow, which has international transport links.

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