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We welcome you to the Argyll Arms Hotel, Campbeltown, in the heart of Kintyre, providing comfortable accommodation, good home cooking and friendly service. The Duke of Argyll no longer calls this his home, although it was originally built as his hunting lodge. The public rooms of this converted hotel still possess an aura of Victorian opulence, but the guest rooms are modernized and fairly modest. The rooms come in a variety of sizes, each traditionally furnished and outfitted with a shower or bathroom. Family rooms are also available. All en-suite rooms have a colour TV, direct dial telephones, extra toiletries and a hospitality tray. Each room also has a guest folder that we have prepared ourselves detailing all the different things to do during your visit in Campbeltown. Campbeltown has plenty of interesting places to explore. A trip to DavaarIsland with its world famous cave painting of the Crucifixion should not be missed. View Ireland from its closest point from the Mull of Kintyre Lighthouse. Visit picturesque villages of Carradale, Machrihanish and Southend by car.
Alderlea house is a family run Victorian villa off the heart of the town centre only 5 minute walk from the ferry and bus terminal. It offer en-suite rooms with satellite flat screen t.v’s and welcome trays. It also offer a hearty full breakfast and happy friendly staff.
Set in an idyllic position overlooking the Firth of Clyde and with extensive landscaped grounds, the Glenmorag Hotel offers the warmest of welcomes to scenic Dunoon. It provides the perfect opportunity for a relaxing holiday, an idea base for seeing the spectaular scenery of the Cowal Peninsula, or a chance to sit back and watch the ever changing seascape. The hotel also hosts a number of fantastic entertainment evenings in the impressive ballroom. Dinner is served at 6.30 pm each evening (only one sitting please be aware)
Torlundy guesthouse is a warm welcoming family friendly guesthouse which offers a wide range of rooms from budget rooms with shared shower rooms to en-suite bedrooms. We provides comfort and value with quality service. En-suite is available on request as long as one is free. All rooms have tea/coffee making facilities, digital televisions, free wifi access, complementary bottled water with a big hearty breakfast. Torlundy is a two minute walk from the town centre and a five minute walk from the ferry terminal, train and bus station. We are family friendly and in most cases pet friendly. Ample on street parking and two carparks are available outside the house. Car parks are free 6pm till 9am and free on Sundays. Pay and Display 9am till 6pm Mon till Sat.
Situated within one of Scotland’s largest national parks, the Tarbet has had a rich history as a resting place for travellers for over 400 years. The present building dates back 250 years and was built in the Baronial style. The exterior has recently been redecorated and the hotel presents an impressive first impression even today. There are a total of 69 rooms arranged over two floors, some of which offer spectacular views. The surrounding scenery is second to none, as the hotel looks out over Loch Lomond and Ben Lomond from its location on the banks of the Loch itself. Admire the beautifully decorated restaurant where some tables overlook the loch and take advantage of the spacious entertainment lounge with bar. The Tarbet also has the benefit of a comfortable residents’ lounge with board games and books to help you relax and unwind. The perfect end to a great day’s sightseeing.
Arbour Guest House is an original Victorian Villa, located close to Oban Town Centre, less than 20 minutes walk from Oban Ferry Terminal and Train Station. Free Wi-Fi is available in all rooms. The bright and airy bedrooms are individually decorated, retaining many original Victorian features, and each has a TV and tea/coffee facilities. Some rooms have en suite bathrooms, while others have access to shared facilities. Traditional Scottish breakfasts are served daily 8.30 AM TILL 9.30 AM at St Annes Guest House, Arbour’s sister Guest House just next door, with Continental options also available. Guests are given a discount on meals and a complimentary drink in Paparazzi Cafe Bar and Restaurant and O’Donnell’s Irish Pub, situated close by. EVENING MEALS. £15.00 for 2 COURSES. Bookable for Paparazzi and O’Donnells Arbour Guest House is very close to the Town Centre and many local amenities are close by,. Oban Whisky Distillery,The Atlantis Leisure Centre, The Corran Halls, tennis courts, McCaigs Tower, the Cathedral and local Cinema are all within easy walking distance. The guest house is also conveniently situated for Buses, Trains and Ferries. Glencruitten Golf Course is a few minutes by car. Parking is available in the street, and the pay and display car park at the end of the road which is free overnight between 18:00 and 9.00am. CHECK IN TIMES 4.30PM TO 9PM. Early check in is available on request for a small additional charge.
This homely hotel sits on the hill top overlooking Tobermory, allowing the most breathtaking views towards the Sound of Mull from the terrace and many of the public rooms The Hotel itself is full of character, and in late September 2008 returned back to private ownership. Its now owned and managed on a day to day level by experienced hoteliers who are slowly returning the hotel to its former glory. From single rooms to suites, the Western Isles Hotel has a total of 26 tastefully decorated guest bedrooms, all of which are ensuite. Choose either a room with a spectacular seaview or one of the inland view rooms Complimented by friendly staff, delicious menus using the very best local produce and the largest range of single malt whiskies in Tobermory, your stay is sure to be a memorable one.
Glendale Guest House is situated in the heart of the town center and is a 5 minute walk from the bus and ferry terminal. We also welcome families and pets.All rooms are en-suite and have welcome trays as well as t.v’s.
Perfectly positioned on Oban’s Sea fronted Esplanade, Corriemar House is an outstanding Victorian Guest House with panoramic views across the sea. Our 14 spacious guest rooms are individually designed, each offering something different, be it a grand Four Poster to a super king size room with full views across Oban Bay. Parking and WiFi is complimentary at Corriemar. Our cooked and continental breakfasts ensure you have a great start to the day, served in our large bright Dining room which is positioned at the front of the house to take full advantage of the fantastic sea view. You may also like to take complimentary tea and coffee on our Outdoor Terrace with views over to the small island of Kerrera and Oban bay Marina, looking beyond to the larger Isle of Mull. Either way we know you will feel right at home with the great hospitality we offer at Corriemar. We are within walking distance to Oban town centre where you can experience the comings and goings of the fishing boats and cruise liners in Oban bay, take a tour of Oban Whisky Distillery or perhaps enjoy the bars, shops and many award winning restaurants. Transport links are very convenient with coach, train and even the Calmac ferry port within one mile.
The Isle of Mull Hotel & Spa sits on the crescent of Craignure Bay and enjoys stunning views over to Morvern and the rugged west coast. It is located within a few hundred yards of the main ferry terminal, so access is easy either by car or on foot with a shoreline path leading to the hotel. Almost all the bedrooms benefit from the superb outlook and guests can also make use of the extensive leisure facilities and Sonas Spa. There’s an indoor heated pool, kiddies pool, foot spa, gym, sauna, steam room and outdoor hot tub, all of which are complimentary to hotel guests with spa therapies and beauty treatments available by appointment. Within our Sonas Spa we have a Rasul mud room – this is a specialist full body cleansing treatment that will remove dead skin cells and increase circulation. Dinner and breakfast is served in the Sheallach-na-mara Restaurant whilst guests can relax in the Observatory Lounge which looks out on to the gardens and shoreline beyond.
Magnificently situated at the very foot of the “Arrochar Alps”, on the shores of Loch Long, you will find the Arrochar Hotel. A 78 Bedroom, former coaching inn, this spacious hotel commands the most excellent views across the loch and offers guests an excellent base from which to explore its diverse surroundings. FREE WIFI AND FREE PARKING AVAILABLE.
Set on the tranquil banks of Loch Gare, The Ardencaple Hotel is a 19th century former coaching inn, close to the spectacular Loch Lomond and only 25 miles from Glasgow. A gateway to the Western Highlands, it is an ideal location from which to explore the dramatic Dunbartonshire landscape and waterways. Only 10 miles from Dumbarton, The Ardencaple is also within easy reach of Glasgow city centre and Glasgow Airport, a perfect stopover for doing business in the area or planning a last minute trip. The hotel has free parking and a fully equipped meeting and function room for business meetings and away days. The hotel has 25 en-suite bedrooms including family and twin rooms, all equipped with flat-screen digital TVs, unlimited free Wi-Fi for guests, tea and coffee making facilities and a pub restaurant on site with a beer garden overlooking the Loch. A large function room is available. Located on the A814 between Rhu and Helensburgh, the hotel is the perfect location for trips to nearby Loch Lomond and the Sealife Centre, the Trossachs National Park and the Western Highlands.
Now under family ownership, The Queens Hotel has just undergone a complete refurbishment to a 4 star standard. The Hotel now offers superlative quality accommodation including super king size beds in most of the double rooms. All rooms now benefit from chic new en-suites all with showers and most with chromatherapy jacuzzi baths. Guests can enjoy magnificent panoramic views from the comfort of the beautiful public rooms. The Glen Campa Restaurant’s A La Carte menu offers the very best of local produce, complimented by the stunning views. The elegant Lounge Bar’s menu offers a variety of home-made dishes to suit all tastes. Curl up and relax with your favourite book in the beautiful surroundings of the Hotel’s Lounge. The deeply buttoned leather chesterfields create a warm yet dignified feel, reminiscent of the gentleman’s club of Victorian times. Let the stunning views take you to a place of utter peace and tranquility as you while away an hour or two just doing nothing! Please note that there is a daily charge for pets staying in guests rooms. Please contact the hotel directly for the rate.
Overlooking Loch Goil in the Loch Lomond National Park this is a picture postcard setting. One hour north of Glasgow and two hours from Edinburgh. The hotel is part of the Drimsynie Estate which has lodges and holiday caravans surrounding the hotel, as well as an excellent leisure centre. This is not a quiet, hideaway location. Ideal for individuals or families looking for a nice location but a hotel with a leisure centre and entertainment. On offer is a swimming-pool, a sauna, Jacuzzi & Steam Room, indoor bowling, snooker table and so much more! The Estate and golf course hugs the shoreline at the north end of Loch Goil, a fjord type sea loch. You can sit on the hotel patio enjoying a drink or meal and watching the boats on the loch -a truly relaxing location! Should you be looking for something a bit more energetic, there is plenty to do. Choose from a number of marked walking trails starting just minutes from the hotel or in the village which take you onto the hills and tracks, or join in on our new Get Lively activities, which include Archery, WaterWalkers & Quad Biking. The hotel’s two fabulous restaurants serve an eclectic menu – ideal for punctuating your day! The hotel’s two fabulous restaurants serve an eclectic menu – ideal for punctuating your day! The views are somewhat worth the effort. The hotel’s two fabulous restaurants serve an eclectic menu – ideal for punctuating your day! All rooms and public areas were refurbished in June 2008. RE-FURBISHMENT NOW COMPLETE
The Royal an Lochan, offers 11 luxury en suite rooms, most having views over the stunning Kyles of Bute. With a friendly service, free wifi and great food either in The Deck restaurant or in The Shinty Bar there is no other way to relax and unwind. Golf, sailing and boat excursions are available locally along with many other activities and places to visit.
Park Lodge Hotel is a modern family run hotel in the upper part of Tobermory the property offers modern accommodation for todays travellers the hotel has a large dinning room and a large lounge ideal for putting your feet up after a long day or just meeting friends for a drink . All the staff have a lot of local knowledge from how to get to that undiscovered sandy beach to what time the next ferry leaves , we offer evening meals from 18:30 but can be arranged for earlier if there are some young balamory fans that cant keep up with the pace . We also have our own private car park
On Islay’s famous Whisky Coast, in the fishing village of Port Ellen, overlooking the harbour and marina and just 2 hours by ferry from Kennacraig on the Scottish mainland, The Islay Hotel offers recently refurbished accommodation, a restaurant and well-stocked whisky bar. Guests can enjoy the unspoilt Scottish coastline and beaches, from 2 minutes’ walk away. Each bedroom is individually designed and has a king or super-king bed, and a luxury en suite bathroom. They all have sea views, a flat-screen TV, free Wi-Fi, and tea/coffee making facilities. The restaurant serves fresh, local food. Breakfast is served daily from 7:30, lunch from 12:00 to 14:30 and dinner from 18:00 to 21:00. There is fresh coffee, tea and home baking available throughout the day. Islay Airport is a 10-minute drive for The Islay Hotel. A links golf course is less than 10 minutes’ drive away and guests can visit the distilleries of Laphroaig, Lagavulin, and Ardbeg, situated between 5 and 10 minutes’ drive. There is free parking at the property.
Located at the gateway to Glencoe amidst the stunning scenery of the Scottish Highlands the Bridge of Orchy Hotel offers a relaxing,rural location to escape from it all. The hotel is in an ideal location for exploring and touring the surrounding area including walking (located on the West Highland Way), climbing, skiing, Jacobite Train and many other outdoor activities and sightseeing opportunities. To compliment the serene beauty of the area the hotel offers a personalised service along with delicious Scottish cuisine served in our cosy bar or dining room and a fantastic Full Scottish Breakfast to set you up for the day. Well worth a visit to experience some true Scottish hospitality and perhaps try out one of our new rooms.
The Lochgoilhead Hotel is within the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park. Backed by mountains and overlooking Loch Goil it is in a beautiful location. Easy to get to being only 1 hour from the Erskine Bridge, Glasgow Airport the M8. Lochgoilhead village is accessed from the Rest-and-be-Thankful pass via a 6 mile single track road. Use it as an ideal base for touring the Western Highlands including Inveraray, Oban, Loch Lomond and the Cowal Peninsula. Loch side setting, bar and dining room, patio with loch views, leisure centre 1 mile away, fishing, boat hire, marked walks. Winter Hours: Rooms open April to late October. Meals and bar area open all year Thursday pm to Sunday pm.
The Crinan Hotel is renowned for its fantastic location, the Crinan Seafood Bar and the Westward Restaurant both serving Scottish seafood, the freshest of shellfish and the best of Scotland’s meat and seasonal produce. Located on the Crinan Canal in Argyll this Scottish hotel has an excellent wine list and a well deserved reputation for warm hospitality and good food. The main restaurant at Crinan has won many awards and top reviews for its outstanding cuisine and the newley opened Crinan Seafood Bar is already attracting a lot of attention and reviews. At the north end of the Crinan Canal, connecting Loch Fyne to the Atlantic Ocean, is the tiny picturesque fishing village of Crinan with its population of just under 80 inhabitants. For over 200 years the centre of this little community has been Crinan Hotel. Today Crinan Hotel is an international meeting point for Hebridean sailors, fishermen, yachtsman, holiday makers and above all lovers of seafood and the best of Scottish produce. An added bonus for any visitor to Crinan is the regular exhibitions of paintings shown in the gallery spaces at Crinan Hotel. ranging from local artists to well known Scottish artists.
Abbot’s Brae is a small award winning Country House Hotel set in its own woodland garden with breath-taking views of the sea and hills. Very spacious en-suite bedrooms including four-poster, king-size and twin rooms. The welcome homely atmosphere, peaceful surroundings and appetizing menus will ensure a memorable stay.
Nestling 10 miles up the coast from Campbeltown, the Argyll Hotel in Bellochantuy sits on the west of Kintyre. Its traditional black and white 18 th century frontage of the old Coaching Inn hides its secret side. A stunning beachside terrace where you can drink or eat and step straight onto the long sandy beach gently washed by the waves of the Atlantic Ocean. Not many hotels lead straight onto a secluded beach which makes the hotel an ideal and safe location for families and dog owners. What is more, the conservatory restaurant has stunning panoramic views over to the romantic islands of Islay, Jura and Gigha and boasts some of best sunsets you’ll see while you dine on the hotel’s freshly prepared amply sized dinners at affordable prices. Most of the hotel’s eight bedrooms boast a sea and island view to complete your seaside experience
We welcome you to a truly relaxing stay at our wonderful home just a few minutes walk from Oban’s main thoroughfare. With stunning sea views, our guest house accommodation is 4 Star Graded with VisitScotland – our Tourist Board – with an 88% overall score. We are open throughout the year and accept all major Credit Cards. Oban’s restaurants and shops are within 10 minutes walking distance of our bed and breakfast accommodation. Restaurants offer a varied choice of local produce with dishes ranging from seafood to game. If you are the outdoor type there are many facilities close at hand. Why not take a day trip to Mull, Staffa and the Island of Iona; Iona famous for the Abbey, Staffa for the puffins and Mull for its beauty. Hill walking, bird-watching, fishing, canoeing, sailing, and horse riding, Nevis Range Ski Company (Aonach Mhor) and The White Corries (Glencoe Ski Company) are approximately one hour from Oban, where the skiing is the best in Scotland.
Overlooking the Firth of Clyde in the picturesque village of Rhu, close to Helensburgh, Rosslea Hall Hotel really makes the most of its stunning setting. This beautiful corner of Scotland is a great place to relax with family and friends – and its romantic setting makes Rosslea Hall Hotel in Rhu simply perfect for a couples getaway. For the business traveller our accommodation offers a professional level of service with all the amenities you will need whilst away from the office offering free Wifi and parking for all of our guests. Whilst here guests can take advantage of our award winning restaurant offering a variety of dishes made with fine local produce, followed by a night cap in our recently refurbished lounge bar. Only a forty minute drive from Glasgow and 20 minutes from Loch Lomond means that our guests can enjoy a variety of Scotlands main Attractions during their stay!
This comfortable and friendly family run hotel is located on the romantic coast of Argyll near Oban, offering the finest views on the west coast. Set amongst the stunning romantic scenery of the Scottish West Highlands. The hotel pride themselves on offering the very best in service, tranquil accommodation, tasteful decor and a gourmet dining experience. All bedrooms have magnificent sea views over Asknish Bay towards Jura, Shuna and Scarba, which will take your breath away. Discover the warmth and tranquillity of this lovely country house hotel surrounded by the enchanting Arduaine Gardens and immerse yourself in the mesmerising views to find something very special: Peace. Personal service, making guests feel at home, and a warm welcome are the very essence of the hotel. The hotel hopes that in its standard of service they promote all that is good and great about a visit to the charming Loch Melfort Hotel. There are 25 spotlessly clean bedrooms with stunning views across Asknish Bay to the Islands beyond, giving plenty of natural light. Bedrooms range from luxury suites, superior and classic rooms, each incorporating its own individual style and charm, having either private terrace or balcony. They have been elegantly decorated in rich colours and fabrics, furnished with fresh flowers, local landscapes and antiques. Many bedrooms are dog friendly (one of the very few hotels in the area who accommodate dogs) and are accessible for those who require no stairs. Also the hotel welcomes children and babies in their family rooms. The Asknish Bay Restaurant serves fantastic food, which is recognised by being awarded 3 star County house. The hotel is ardent about sourcing the best quality local ingredients, serving amazing seafood such as freshly caught langoustines, lobster and crab. Plus, select cuts of meat from nearby Barbrek Farm in Ardfern. Add to this seasonal vegetables and aromatic herbs, handpicked from Loch Melfort’s kitchen greenhouse and guests have a true gourmet experience. Guests can also relax and enjoy a pre-dinner drink and canapés or retire for a nightcap to the cosy cocktail lounge in front of the blazing fire. Some people come to Loch Melfort Hotel to do nothing more strenuous than gaze at the view, sit by a roaring log fire, potter over to see the cows, read a book or fall asleep. For others, Loch Melfort Hotel is one of the best country house hotels near Oban for making the most of the West Coast of Scotland’s many attractions. Guests can get out and about, walking, sailing, fishing, painting, taking photos, bird watching or going further afield and enjoying the spectacular countryside and exciting activities on offer in the Oban and Lorn area. Perhaps, though, the greatest attraction of the gentle wilderness is simply the chance to relax, to take life slowly in an atmosphere of profound calm. The weather is mild, even in winter, and guests at Loch Melfort hotel are free to wander as they please through the woods and over the hills. The short walk down to the sea takes you to a sandy, pebbly bay, where mooring is offered for boats of up to thirty-five feet. There is plenty to see and do in the surrounding area, Arduaine Garden is placed adjacent to the hotel where guests can wander round and absorb the beautiful surroundings, there is also a stunning cliff-top view point overlooking the Sound of Juro and its islands. There are many historical places of interest such as Kilmartin Village, with more than 350 monuments within a six mile radius, Castle Stalker and Dunstaffnage Castle, which are ruined but can still be visited at leisure. Inveraray Castle is in magnificent condition with many interesting displays such as armour, weapons, tapestries and relics chronicling the castle’s place in Scottish history. The hills surrounding Loch Melfort are full of many scenic walks suitable for all abilities and not to forget the varied selection of courses awaiting golfers in and around the Oban area. Highland courses are known for their ruggedness and challenging holes, set amidst beautiful scenery, and are well-maintained with amenities for visiting golfers.
The West Loch Hotel dates from circa 1780, retaining many of its original features. This charming former Inn is now a modern hotel and restaurant offering fresh, distinctive, well-priced food along with comfortable rooms, a fine selection of local island Whisky, and wonderful views over West Loch Tarbert. West Loch Hotel is the Hotel nearest the Ferry terminal for ferries to Islay, Arran and Gigha. Set at the top of the spectacular Kintyre Peninsula West Loch Hotel overlooks the sea loch from which it takes its name a perfect base from which to explore Kintyre itself, the islands of Arran, Islay, Gigha and Jura and miles of stunning coastline in this beautiful part of Scotland.
The 4 star Hunters Quay Hotel Dunoon is one of the most highly regarded hotels when it comes to luxury accommodation on the Cowal Peninsula. This beautifully restored Victorian villa sits within a spacious garden of rolling lawns and mature woodland, and enjoys a stunning sea-side location. The 10 various sized bedrooms all have en-suite facilities and are individually finished to the highest standards of luxury. Each bedroom also has an LCD television and WIFI broadband is available throughout the hotel. Dunoon is very easy to reach from Glasgow, Glasgow Airport and Prestwick Airport by car, train or coach. Regular and fast ferry services connect the Cowal Peninsula with the mainland, making Dunoon an ideal holiday base or starting point. Alternatively, drive to Dunoon on spectacular loch side roads, passing through some of the most scenic parts of the Scottish Highlands.
Situated on the banks of Loch Awe, this historical former coaching inn offers free Loch fishing, an excellent restaurant, comfortable rooms and bar stocked with a range of Highland Whiskies. The 27 mile long Loch Awe provides the definitive location for sailing and fishing options – and hotel guests fish for free. Glasgow can be reached in around 90 minutes and the route to Oban, the “gateway to the Isles”, taking a little over an hour by car. Room facilities include flat screen television, DVD player and mp3 docking station, while Superior rooms also benefit from views of Loch Awe. Self-catering suites offer a private, spacious stay with fully featured kitchens and comfortable lounge spaces. The dining room features modern Scottish cuisine prepared from fine West Scotland produce and boasts stunning views of the Loch. The ‘Captain’s Bar’ offers over 30 Highland Whiskies and a range of other popular drinks. Loch Awe is renowned as one of Scotland’s premier wild fishing locations. Sailing and water sports are popular activities nearby, while wildlife lovers will be thrilled by the fauna that can be spotted.
The Fraser Family extend a warm welcome in the best traditions of Scottish hospitality to one of the oldest coaching inns in the Highlands. The Inn is delightfully situated just off the A83 on the upper reaches of Loch Fyne in Argyll. It presents the visitor a haven of sparkling views, high mountains, magnificent woodlands and rivers. We can offer 19 en-suite bedrooms 14 of which offer stunning views across Loch Fyne. Between our Conservatory Restaurant and lounge areas, we offer a full menu every day from noon until 9pm, if the sun is out you can even have a meal in the Lochside Beer Garden. We have a public bar serving a wide range of drinks including Real Ale and plenty of Malts. We are a pet friendly Inn, Please note that we do not allow dogs in the Dining areas during food service or in the Executive Double/Twin rooms, they are allowed everywhere else including the Bar. The location of the Inn makes it the ideal centre for a touring the Western Highlands, from Loch Lomond to Fort William and the Mull of Kintyre. We also have a sauna, reduced golf rates at Inveraray Golf Club and tee-times on Loch Lomond. For the hill walker and climber, Cairndow is within easy reach of some of the finest terrain in Scotland. It is also a popular spot for boating, sea angling and river fishing.
Dellwood is a family run Hotel with lovely rooms a large car park and within easy walking distance to the town. We offer the best cooked breakfast in town. Pets are welcome. Great deals.
Purchased by the Mc Nulty family in December 2012 This recently refurbished 16th century Coaching Inn provides an excellent base to visit the surrounding area and take part in the many local activities such as fishing, hill walking, golf, wild life tours and much more. Taynuilt is ideally situated on the ancient “road to the isles”, close to Oban and the ferries to the Inner Hebrides & beyond. Taynuilt Hotel has for centuries been a staging post for travellers along this route. The village of Taynuilt even takes its name from the hotel as Taynuilt in Gaelic means “house by the burn” Nestling at the foot of Ben Cruachan, between Loch Etive & Loch Awe, in an area of outstanding natural beauty and steeped in history, Taynuilt offers the inspired choice location for discovering the West Coast of Scotland, and Taynuilt Hotel, with modern facilities, fine hospitality & superb food is a perfect choice.
The Victoria Hotel has long been the finest hotel on the Island of Bute. Still family-owned and under personal supervision, the completely refurbished hotel offers guests the very best of traditional Scottish hospitality combined with modern facilities. With twenty well appointed en-suite rooms and a choice of dining in our highly recommended Victoria’s Restaurant or sample the taste of Asia, Mediterranean or traditional Scottish food in Ghillies Bistro, where your stay on the Isle of Bute will be truly memorable. All our rooms are spacious and well appointed en-suite rooms, many with stunning sea views, all with television, tea and coffee making facilities and also WiFi throughout the hotel. With an amazing view over Rothesay Bay, our Balmoral Suite is ideal for weddings and business conferences. Our Wedding consultant team can offer the unique experience of Rothesay Castle as the venue for your wedding, with our own reception facilities only a few minutes away.
Jim & Fiona Wood welcome you to the Marine House Hotel website. Our well furnished and decorated hotel is in the town of Stranraer, in the southwest of Scotland. We can offer our guests six, en-suite, bedrooms, all offering comfortable accommodation. You are assured of a warm welcome at the Marine House Hotel. This year, 2009, is the ‘Homecoming year’ when ex-pat Scots are encouraged to return to their roots. If you are planning to come to Galloway and check out your ancestral roots in this area, then our small hotel could make a good base from which to explore the area. The Marine House Hotel is well situated to explore the beautiful Rhins of Galloway and the surrounding region. Not for nothing is Galloway known as ‘Scotland In Miniature’! We have our own glens, lochs, beautiful coastline, intriguing forest trails, golfing galore, pony trekking, mountain biking, sea angling and more!
Located on the banks of Loch Long with breathtaking views of the Arrochar Alps, the Village Inn offers en suite rooms. The building’s character is complemented by individual room features including a TV, tea/coffee facilities and a private bathroom. Some rooms overlook the loch. Seasonal, locally sourced produce, including seafood, is served in the restaurant. Refreshing drinks and afternoon tea are served in the bar, which has 2 log fires. Guests can also relax in the beer garden, which overlooks Loch Long. Free Wi-Fi is available in public areas. There are many walks and trails stopping off in local villages. Arrochar and Tarbet Rail Station is under 5 minutes’ drive from the Inn.The Village Inn is open all year round. Enjoy a Festive Break, take in the breathtaking scenery whilst sitting beside the log fire enjoying a cosy Christmas atmosphere.
Blinkbonnie Guest House stands within its own landscaped garden. We have our own private car park which is available next to the guest house and is free of charge. The harbour, seafront, shops and restaurants are a 5 minute walk. Ideally located for golfing, fishing, bird watching, walking or just relaxing. There are also a number of beautiful gardens that are open to the public within easy reach of Portpatrick We are Wi-Fi enabled which is free of charge. Our guest house makes the perfect location from which to explore the Rhins of Galloway. We have 5 en-suite comfortable rooms, all are located on the ground floor, each room is equipped with digital tv and hospitality trays that are replenished daily, towels are provided. Set yourself up for the day with our full breakfast in the morning which is included in the cost of your stay. Relax at our seating area on the terrace and take in the stunning views across the Irish Sea.
We at the Kenmuir Arms would like to welcome you to our friendly little hotel. The Kenmuir Arms Hotel is situated in the beautiful village of New Luce in the delightful Dumfries and Galloway region of southern Scotland. Accommodation at the Kenmuir Arms is provided by six comfortable rooms, a four bedded en suite (bath and shower)family room, a double en suite and a twin en suite.The other three rooms, one family, one double and one twin, share a shower and bathroom on the same floor.Staying at The Kenmuir Arms provides an ideal location for visitors to New Luce wishing to partake in many outdoor activities available in the area.These include golfing, fishing (all types of fishing are available at certain times of the year), mountain biking, horseriding and many many more. The Kenmuir Arms Hotel is situated directly on the Southern Upland Way, which makes this an ideal location for walkers to take a well-earned rest, either in the hotel or, if you are camping, we have a small area set aside for up to 5/6 tents. The Kenmuir Arms Hotel is a free house serving a variety of real ales and a great selection of home made food which can be consumed in the bar, the dining room or in our spacious beer garden overlooking the Crosswaters of Luce which runs through the village.
Sarah & Gary welcome you to their home. We are situated in the village of BENDERLOCH, 7 miles NORTH of the West coast town of OBAN. Close to Tralee beach, Ben lora forest walk,Ledaig Caravan site. There is a restaurant,cafe and fish & chip shop all within walking distance from the house. Extensive Menu for Breakfast including Home made yogurts, Fresh fruits, Porridge, Scottish Breakfasts.We have our own free range chickens, so we have lovely fresh eggs. Smoked Haddock, Kippers. Breakfast is served between 07.45 – 0900. Local produce used whenever possible. Sorry, no Babies or Children under the age of 12, no pets. There is lots to do in the area,an ideal base for touring the Highlands & Islands of Scotland. Guest Sitting room (with log burner), Dining room and large garden with picnic tables. All rooms en-suite. Entry to the house from 1600- onwards. PACKED LUNCHES AVAILABLE. Departure time 10-00. We have Two friendly Jack Russels who just love meeting people. We can help you plan your days in this lovely area. Free WI-fi access. SPECIAL OFFERS ON FOR THE MONTH OF JANUARY/FEBRUARY/MARCH .. please phone for details. Thank you for your time, Sarah & Gary Knowles. Sorry no BABIES or CHILDREN under the age of 13 years, and we regret we do not accept any pets. Call us today and book your short break or holiday. CALDONIAN MAC BRAYNE are now travelling to the Island of Mull every two hours, WE ADVISE IF YOU ARE VISITING MULL, and IONA and planning taking the car, that you book in advance. We suggest the 09.50 ferry to CRAIGNURE and maybe the 19.00 coming back to OBAN. This gives you a great out to MUll, and IONA to explore lots of places in the lovely Islands. You have to be at the ferry terminal 40 minutes beforehand. ENJOY!!! They also have special offers on malt whisky in the bar area of the ship, a different malt whisky every month for the price of £4.95 per double measure, which as you know is a real bargain!
Spectacular views across the Kyles of Bute to the island. Fully refurbished to high standard. Award winning chef. Superb bar meals infront of log fire of bar with great atmosphere. Also super Al a carte restaurant Ideal location to relax and enjoy the sea and countryside. A very warm welcome awaits you.
PLEASE NOTE: SOUTHCLIFFE GUEST HOUSE IS SITUATED IN TARBERT, LOCH FYNNE, ARGYLL AND NOT TARBERT HARRIS OR TARBET, LOCH LOMOND. We aim to make your stay with us as comfortable as possible. All of our bedrooms have private en-suite shower rooms, tea and coffee making facilities, hairdryers and wall mounted flat screen tv’s with satellite television. Wi-Fi is available for guests to use free. Breakfast is served in our bright and airy dining room where you have a choice, during the Summer season, of a full Scottish breakfast or lighter options such as cereal and toast. During Winter discounted room prices include Continental breakfasts only. Full breakfasts by arrangement and at additional cost.
Loch Creran View is situated between the villages of Benderloch and Barcaldine, we are ideally situated for touring Argyll and are within easy reach of Glencoe, Fort William, Mallaig and Loch Ness to the north. Lochgilphead, Easdale, Kilmartin and Campbeltown to the south. Oban is only 10 miles from the house making it convenient for the ferry terminal which has ferries going to many of the islands. Oban is known as the “Gateway to the isles”. Benderloch has a restaurant, cafe, garage, petrol filling station, general store and fish and chip shop. There is a cafe and pottery which is only a 2 minute walk from the house and the Scottish Sealife Sanctuary is only a 5 minute walk away. Loch Creran View has spectacular views overlooking Loch Creran to the hills of Morvern, we have a guest lounge with a colour television. All the bedrooms are en-suite and have colour televisions, hair dryer and hospitality trays. There is a fridge and freezer for guest use. Loch Creran View is a family run business and Peter and Edith look forward to welcoming you. We are sorry but we have a no pets and no smoking policy. Children are welcome and we have a travel cot available if required. Please note that we only accept cheques and sterling payment for your stay. Packed lunches and evening meals are available if requested the previous evening. We are more than happy to accommodate special dietary requirements where possible. We have a substantial and varied breakfast menu. Loch Creran View is in a rural location making it ideal for a quiet and peaceful break. We have a decking and patio area with garden furniture to let guests sit out and enjoy the scenery. Peter and Edith were both born locally and have knowledge of the local area and attractions and can help you plan your visit to the area. We aim to provide a warm and friendly atmosphere for guest and make their stay a pleasant one.
Kilfinan Hotel has been welcoming travellers since the 1760s. The spectacular Highland scenery on the eastern shores of Loch Fyne, Scotland’s longest sea loch, and the peaceful, unhurried lifestyle of the area make it a perfect year round retreat.The hotel is situated in idyllic countryside and stands next to Kilfinan Church, which was established around 650AD. Views of Loch Fyne can be enjoyed from the hotel and gardens with wonderful sunsets. There are 10 bedrooms, all centrally heated, with en-suite bathroom, colour TV and direct-dial telephone.The bars are cosy with log fires in Winter and offer a fine selection of malts. There are two intimate dining rooms and for larger parties, weddings, birthdays, ceilidhs etc, the Lamont Room is the perfect venue. Food is freshly prepared and cooked to order using the best of local produce.Good walking begins at the hotel door, to Kilfinan Bay or longer hikes on the hills providing wildlife sightings and scenery. Fishing and golf are nearby. Kilfinan is steeped in Scottish history and is the ancestral home of the Lamont and MacEwan clans. Discovering this Highland Hotel is a delightful experience.
Imagine a place where delightful accommodation, mouth-watering cuisine and attentive, personal service are united in a breathtaking backdrop of ancient woodlands and rugged mountains on the unspoilt shores of Loch Awe. Imagine returning from a bracing country walk to a relaxing haven far from the hustle and bustIe of the modern world. Imagine warming yourself beside a crackling open fire with a dram of the finest local malt. Imagine dining on mouth-watering food crafted from the freshest local ingredients. Imagine no more – come and experience all this and more with us at Ardanaiseig, one of Scotland’s most magical and memorable hotels. The Hotel Occupying a rambling 19th Century manor set in 240 acres of gardens and woodland on the shores on Loch Awe and surrounded by some of Scotland’s most unspoilt and dramatic Highland scenery, Ardanaiseig is a luxury 4 star hotel centred around a grand drawing room, bar and restaurant. Accommodation comprises 2 self contained houses, 6 master loch view, 6 master garden view, and 4 standard garden view double rooms. The Scottish Kitchen Befittingly for a seat of Clan Campbell, Ardanaiseig is the home of a quiet culinary revolution. Since 1997 head chef Gary Goldie has been slowly perfecting a new vision for sustainable Scottish cuisine – and with his recent crowing as Scottish chef of the year– the world is starting to take notice.Fiercely local ingredients, as much as 70% from the Hotel’s own grounds, are forged in to a modern menu that sips from the grand traditions of haute cuisine and the cutting edge of molecular gastronomy.
A warm welcome awaits you at Shenavallie Farm, Duncan, Elaine look forward to having you stay in our newly designed home built with our guests in mind. We are on a working farm where we breed Highland cattle, beef cattle and North Country Cheviot ewes. Shenavallie is the perfect base for anyone who enjoys the peace and tranquillity of the Scottish countryside. Oban is only 11 miles and the surrounding area offers a wide range of activities from gentle strolls along the Loch sides to such sports as kayaking, mountain biking and gliding at our local airport. If you have a particular interest, then let us know and we will endeavour to find out more for you.
A stunningly located guest house within an exclusive loch side setting. Your hosts Alistair and Jenifer extend a warm welcome to their magnificent country house built in Victorian style and situated in its own 2 acres of pretty informal wooded gardens, overlooking Loch Fyne to Inveraray and its famous castle. The guesthouse has been providing quality accommodation for over 30 years with many of its guests returning year after year. We strive to exceed our guest’s expectations by being simply “A nice place to stay” Our well appointed elegant bedrooms are all individually designed with the comfort of the guests being of the utmost importance. The beds are dressed with crisp white Egyptian cotton bed linen and the en suite facilities are complimented with luxury white towels and Scottish toiletries. Each room features freeview, HD LCD TV’s, DVD/CD players, hairdryer, hospitality tray and complimentary WiFi. There is a choice of 4 poster, King, Family, Double and Twin bedrooms. All rooms have a panoramic view of Loch Fyne or the tranquillity of the woodland garden. The impressive lounge is always a talking point amongst the guests and is indeed the perfect place for meeting and chatting to other guests or if you prefer you can curl up in the large comfy sofas with a good book in front of the log fire and enjoy the views across the Loch. There is a huge array of books and maps on the local area and a laptop provided to do some research and planning of the next day’s routes. The dining room also benefits from views across Loch Fyne. Our gardens have some special visitors which can be seen from both the public rooms and bedrooms. Look out for our red squirrels and roe deer in the garden, and at the front of the house seals, porpoises and sea otters have been spotted. There is a large array of woodland and sea birds to watch and identify. The natural peace and tranquillity makes Thistle House perfectly located for relaxing after a long day exploring the Cowal Peninsula, Inveraray, Ardkinglas, Benmore Botanical Gardens which are all on the doorstep, and a little further afield there is Crinan Canal, Oban, Mull and the Islands, Tarbert, Glen Coe, Fort William and the Loch Lomond National Park with its lavish land offering a range of leisure opportunities, such as scenic drives, local crafts, rambling, sailing, fishing, hill walking, boat trips, historical sites, pony trekking and of course Scotland’s most famous sport of golf. There is ample car parking in the grounds of the house and lockable storage for bicycles etc. We have drying facilities for walkers and cyclists. Why not make your stay in Scotland a little bit extra special and treat yourself or your loved one to one of our special packages:- Romantic, Wedding or Make Thistle House yours.
Fascadail offers superb Bed and Breakfast accommodation within the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park. Visitors to Loch Lomond choose Arrochar for its stunning views and central location. The thriving village of Arrochar nestles on the shores of Loch Long with the majestic Arrochar Alps in the background yet only 40 minutes from Glasgow. Fascadail House was built in the mid 19th century around 170 years ago. It is set in its own grounds, enjoying superb loch and mountain views, including the craggy Ben Arthur (The Cobbler). To try and help maintain this wonderful environment we are part of the Green Tourism Business scheme. Whenever possible we purchase from local producers and try to plan our car usage. The garden is wildlife friendly and we grow our own vegetables, fruit and flowers. Steeped in history with many walks and hill climbs close by: Glen Douglas, Ben Arthur and miles of forest trails through the scenic Arrochar Alps, with Inveraray, Loch Lomond and Loch Fyne just a short drive away. Fascadail is a perfect base for touring, cycling, walking, climbing, golf and sight seeing including visits to National Trust gardens.
This charming, ancient island inn is now an award-winning boutique hotel. Nestled in the charming village of Lamlash, the hotel boasts one of the most beautiful locations on the Isle of Arran, looking across Lamlash Bay toward the Holy Isle which rises 1,000 feet out of the sea. The Glenisle Hotel is recommended by the Michelin Guide 2014 and at the Scottish Hotel Awards the Glenisle was the National Winner of the Small Country Hotel of the Year Award 2014. Our own walled garden and terrace also faces the sea, and is an ideal spot to relax with a drink and enjoy the view. You can dine outside or in the charming eating area, which also has sea and mountain views.