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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.
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.
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.
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.
Small family run with large rooms overlooking the Kyles of bute.This Highland Village is like being back in time with it`s unspoilt nature and stunning vieuws, excellent for many outdoor activities(sailing windsurf golfcycling hiking tennis loch and seafishing).Or stay indoors in our bar /Restaurant with nice fireplace We Also cater for group bookings for clubs ,motorbike`s fishing sailing hiking etc.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Loch Lomond Country Guest House is situated In Scotland’s first National Park and has an elevated position high above the village of Tarbet and enjoys spectacular southerly views down Loch Lomond and towards the western side of Ben Lomond. Loch Lomond Country Guest House is set in 6.67 acres of private gardens. To the north east side of Loch Lomond Country Guest House we have woodland which is frequented by deer and other wildlife. Of a particular note is the waterfall which feeds various deep pools on the East Burn on its way to Loch Lomond. Loch Lomond Country Guest House was cleverly designed to take full advantage of the sites elevated position and the stunning Loch Views. With this in mind, the lounge and dining areas both have floor to ceiling windows, stretching the entire length of both rooms. The views from here are truly breathtaking! Patio Doors open out onto a south facing, decked sun terrace. Each guest suite is tastefully and individually furnished with their own en-suite bathroom and individual sitting area.
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.
Riverside Sheilings are two unique self-contained luxury one-bedroom lodges in a beautiful Riverside setting in the hamlet of Rashfield on the edge of the Loch Lomond Trossachs National Park. Each Sheiling is designed and equipped especially for couples and is the perfect retreat for love and romance. Each lodge is fully heated, and a wood-burning stove offers a warm, cosy, toastie experience. Cosy and comfortable at night, warm and pleasant with wonderful River views in the morning. Fully equipped kitchen facility for self-catering if required. Luxury Egyptian Cotton bed linen is provided. The River Eachaig, a silver salmon stream winding its way from Loch Eck to the Holy Loch, passes nearby. It is home to all kinds of birds and wildlife. Red and Roe Deer are frequently sighted on the river bank. Otter and Pine Marten have been seen. So too the majestic Heron, Wild Ducks and Geese, Dipper and Wagtail and Greater Spotted Woodpecker. Adjacent is an acre of private woodland where rhododendron, wild garlic and bluebell are common. Sit on the decking and enjoy the mountain view across Strath Eachaig, and at night observe the multitude of stars in the inky-black sky. Nearby, explore the magical Pucks Glen and elevated forest views, or visit the Giant Redwoods in the Benmore Botanical Gardens. The quiet seaside town of Dunoon is just 10 minutes by car with bars, restaurants, swimming pool and cinema. Further afield, visit Inverary Castle, Kilchurn Castle, Mount Stuart or the original Loch Fyne Restaurant. Various country inns offer good food and loch views. Full of charm in a wonderful Riverside setting this luxurious ‘sheiling’ will afford you a truly memorable break away. A car is recommended to fully appreciate this stunning part of Argyll. PLEASE NOTE: the accommodation is not suitable for children or pets, and is STRICTLY NO SMOKING. Room only basis. Breakfast by arrangement. Towels available. NOW WITH FREE WI-FI