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St Annes is a Victorian Town House which offers high quality accommodation at a reasonable price. The building was originally constructed in 1880 and has large airy rooms which retain many of the original Victorian features. We are ideally situated close to the Town Centre and many local amenities are close by. The Atlantis Leisure Centre, The Corran Halls,Tennis Courts, McCaigs Tower, the Cathedral and local Cinema are all within easy walking distance. We are also conveniently situated for buses,trains and ferries. Traditional Scottish breakfasts are bookable 8.30 AM TILL 9.30 AM at St Annes Guest House, with Continental options also available. 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.PM TO 7PM. Early check in is available on request for a small additional charge. PLEASE NOTIFY US OF LATE ARRIVAL.07770931967
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.
Glengorm Guest House is named after the famous Glengorm Castle, also known as Castle Sorn, a 19th-century country house on the Isle of Mull. The name means Blue Smoke. Glengorm Guest House offers high quality accommodation at a reasonable price. Each year we enjoy welcoming visitors from around the world who come to experience for themselves the magical, dramatic beauty of Oban and the Argyll coast, the ancient seat of the Kings of Scotland. Glengorm is a Victorian Town House built in 1880 and has large airy rooms which retain many of the original Victorian features. The house is very close to the Town Centre and many local amenities are close by. The Atlantis Leisure Centre, The Corran Halls,Tennis Courts, McCaigs Tower, the Cathedral and local Cinema are all within easy walking distance. We are also conveniently situated for buses,trains and ferries. Parking is available in the street, and the pay and display car park at the end of the road which is free between 6pm and 9am. CHECK IN 4PM TO 7PM. PLEASE NOTIFY US OF LATE ARRIVAL. 07770931967.
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)
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.
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.
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.
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 bookable 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. 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.PM TO 7PM. Early check in is available on request for a small additional charge. PLEASE NOTIFY US OF LATE ARRIVAL.
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.
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.
Few hotels in the Western Highlands have such a long & distinguished history as The Argyll. Designed in 1750 by the famous Scottish builder John Adam, the Argyll Hotel is one of most historic hotels on the west coast of Scotland. It is in a lovely location at the gateway to the Highlands, on the shores of Loch Fyne and Shira, and now offers 36 comfortable, en suite bedrooms, excellent cuisine and traditional Highland hospitality with peaty malt whiskies to savour.Whilst sitting in the conservatory, you’ll witness spectacular views over Loch Fyne. This is an idyllic hideaway and an ideal base from which to explore the beautiful Western Highlands and Islands. Originally built to accommodate officials visiting the Inverarary Castle, the Argyll Hotel offers standards of hospitality that more than live up to its illustrious past. The Hotel Boasts a restaurant as well as a Lounge bar and Public bar that serve bar meals for Lunch and Dinner, Showing Sport on Sky Tv and also benifits from a Pool table and Juke Box. Inveraray enjoys a picturesque setting on the shores of Loch Fyne, where it meets Loch Shira. There is a 9-hold golf course nearby, bird watching sites and wonderful walking and hiking routes. Other available activities include: clay-pigeon shooting, horse-riding, sea- and fly-fishing, land hover-crafting. FREE WIFI and FREE PARKING available *NEW* We are now offering our guest a mid-week EXPRESS BREAKFAST service. A Take away breakfast roll and take away hot beverage, for those who don’t have time for breakfast but are still hungry!
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.
Exuding an air of grandeur and charm, The Glenburn Hotel is an impressive Victorian sandstone building built in 1892. Set in an outstanding position above its own terraced gardens, the Glenburn enjoys a superb panorama across the waters of Rothesay Bay to the Cowal Peninsula. Step inside the hotel and you’ll be greeted by spacious well-proportioned rooms which offer a level of comfort which should immediately put you at ease. With a wealth of outdoor pursuits on the isle, from fishing to bowling and from golf to walking, it’s up to you how you choose to relax at the Glenburn Hotel… socialise in the bar, escape to the quiet lounge, indulge in a game of snooker or just enjoy the evening entertainment. The town’s shops, harbour, medieval castle ruins and sporting facilities are just a pleasant walk away along the palm fringed promenade. The Glenburn Hotel contains some guest parking which is located at the front and side of the building. The hotel’s car park which has limited space, is located at the front/side of the building.
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 Regent Hotel is prominently located on the esplanade of Oban, opposite the pier a few minutes walk from the bustling town centre. This grand building has sweeping views across the sea, all the way to the distant islands, sure to captivate guests on arrival. The hotels eclectic blend of classic Victorian fittings with restrained Art Deco styling, ensures guests are as aesthetically pleased with the interior as they are with what can be found outside! The 82 hotel rooms are comfortably furnished and cosily decorated. An idyllic setting for a wedding, the hotel’s capacity allows for up to 150 guests and the staff are consummate wedding coordinators. The three individually styled hotel bars serve to create a spacious, warm atmosphere perfect for sampling a dram of warming single-malt whiskey or enjoying some delicious local cuisine prepared by one of our skilled chefs!
In a prime location, right in the centre of the curving esplanade, just a pleasant walk from the shops and harbour, stands Oban’s Great Western; a hotel proud of offering space and comfort, as well as magnificent views of the bay (remember to look out for those memorable sunsets!). Ideal for a relaxing holiday, the activity on the bay can simply be watched from the welcoming lounge and cocktail bar, while it’s also an ideal touring centre. With Glencoe, serene lochs and the Western Isles on the doorstep, there’s a myriad of sightseeing opportunities. And with coast and country walks, angling, sailing, diving, bird-watching and a whole host of other leisure pursuits at hand, you should never be at a loss for something to do. The Hotel has limited parking on-site, these are all chargeable, please ask at Reception upon arrival to check availability. Alternative parking is usually available in the council car park close by (fee payable).
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.
Rowantreebank is a pretty and friendly family run Bed & Breakfast set in the village of Arrochar on the shores of Loch Long. We are only a 40 minute drive from Glasgow and 5 minutes from Loch Lomond, making our 200 year old cottage a perfect base for touring, walking, golf, fishing and many other outdoor pursuits. We are situated in the middle of the village only 100 yards from the shop and Post Office and only 200 yards from 2 restaurants and the pub. We have an excellent arrangement with the Loch Long Hotel – where our guests can have a four course meal – normally costing £16.95, but if pre-booked through us, only costing you £7.95. Rowantreebank prides itself on our substantial Scottish breakfast called ‘The Cobbler’ by many of the guests – you will need to see it to believe it! We also have a good choice of other breakfasts including vegetarian, Scottish smoked salmon and scrambled eggs or continental.
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.
Standing in a commanding position, high on the Galloway Cliffs, The Portpatrick Hotel is magical and the vistas are unspoilt offering some of the most spectacular views in Britain. As well as comfortable bedrooms with everything you would expect in a modern establishment, the Portpatrick Hotel also offers stunningly decorated public areas including a comfortable lounge and adjacent bar as well a spacious and elegant dining room. We are blessed with having some beautiful gardens around the hotel, we also boast our own 9-hole pitch and putt course adjacent is the excellent Dunskey Golf course. Our location set above the quaint and beautiful fishing village of Portpatrick in a peaceful and unspoilt corner of Southern Scotland is very special. “ Pictures can’t do justice to this view” – it’s just beautiful. The village itself is small and friendly with whitewashed cottages, a picturesque coastal setting and lovely for an early evening stroll – just a great way to relax! There’s plenty to see nearby with Logan Botanic Gardens and Culzean Castle being the best known attractions but there are lots more. The Mull of Galloway is another great spot, with views across to England, Ireland and the Isle of Man all from one location. The area is a haven for lovers of sports and the outdoors. You’ll also find a variety of wonderful opportunities for bird watching and fishing.
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.
25 min drive from Glasgow Airport, 40 min from Glasgow city centre. Hotel is situated on Luss Bay, within Loch Lomond National Park. Catch the train to Edinburgh, jump onboard the water bus from the pier at our beach, climb the mountains, walk the glens, wake board on the loch, fly in a seaplane or just sit & enjoy the views. We have it all. Luss has been known for being the prettiest village in Scotland. The present Luss Church, built in 1875, has just celebrated 1500 years of Christianity. The church was founded by the Celtic Saint, MacKessog in the year 510AD. Across the road is the Pilgrimage centre explaining the history of Christianity in our area. A short drive away are many golf clubs including Loch Lomond, The Carrick & Helensburgh. Helensburgh is the closest large town with trains east to Glasgow & Edinburgh and west to Oban, Fort William & the islands. The hotel was opened in March 1992, expanded with 20 bedrooms in 1996 & added to with function rooms, swimming pool, heat treatments and 17 bedrooms in 2005. Graham rooms are above the restaurant & bar with most overlooking the loch, Corbett rooms all overlook the loch with private sauna & balcony. The Munro rooms are situated in a separate building a short walk across the car park. They all overlook the loch with balconies and have the swimming pool & heat treatments down the corridor. All rooms have bath & shower, tea & coffee tray, flat screen television & movies on demand. Colquhoun`s restaurant serves modern Scottish food from the local area. We were awarded 2 AA rosettes for our food quality.
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
Set on the edge of Oban’s picturesque Esplanade, Oban Bay Hotel & Spa is the ideal base from which to explore Scotland’s west coast. Convenient for the train and ferry terminals it is ideal for both leisure and business guests. The modern bedrooms and luxurious suites are appointed to a very high standard. There are limited sea view rooms (six in total), which are very popular and are fast sellers. Our spacious sun lounge offers a panoramic view of the bay, the island of Kerrera and the mountains of Mull. The Rannachan Restaurant has both a table d’hôte and à la carte menu featuring fresh, local seafood and our stylish bar serves meals throughout the day. Relax in our mini Sonas Spa and enjoy our steam room, sauna and outdoor hot tub – with views of the bay. Pamper yourself and book a spa treatment (we recommend that you book prior to arrival). View treatments available here The Oban Bay Hotel & Spa has limited parking available and requires to be pre-booked prior to arrival, this is chargeable at £5 per day, alternatively there are free parking facilities within one minute walk of the hotel. There’s much to see and do in the area including: whale watching, trips to Mull & Iona, Oban Sea Life Sanctuary, ancient castles, Oban Distillery, golfing, kayaking to name just a few. December 6th, 12th 13th, 19th and 20th Due to festive party nights in the Rannachan Restaurant we will be offering High Tea in the Sun Lounge from 3 pm – 6 pm as an alternative to our usual restaurant menu.
Glendale is a unique Victorian House built in 1830 with spectacular views over Rothesay Bay We are a 5 minutes walk from the pier and town centre. The residents lounge is situated on the first flour and has panoramic views of the Bay and surrounding hills so why not sit back with a glass of wine and watch the world go by
Overlooking beautiful Loch Fyne in the Historic town of Inveraray. Loch Fyne is the ideal setting to relax and enjoy the surrounding area. Our restaurant and bistro is know for it’s great food and the hotel itself is well know for it’s customer service. The Loch Fyne Hotel has been extended to include a 15m swimming pool with sauna and steam-room as well as spa bath. We also have a spa that offers a wide range of treatments during your stay. Guests also have the choice of standard rooms or superior rooms or for that special occasion we have two suites which come with fresh fruit,bathrobes, slippers and other little extras, not to mention stunning views across the Loch. Breakfast & Dinner is served in the Clansman restaurant where there is the choice of traditional Table d’hote menu or a la carte items.
From the moment you arrive, you will feel the warm and friendly atmosphere created in this long established family hotel. A happy holiday, free from the worries and rush of everyday life. Come and discover why so many return to this secluded area where holidays can still be arranged to suit you. Situated in Dunoon, Argyll, Scotland, on the West Bay Promenade, this family owned and run hotel offers excellent value breaks with a warm welcome, appetizing meals , friendly service and comfortable well appointed accommodation . Entertainment is provided on most evenings. Ideal for your holiday in Scotland. Whisky Tasting, Golf , Walking or Cycling breaks, as well as just a few days relaxing can be provided by this long established family run hotel
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.
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.
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
Stonefield Castle Hotel is situated in 60 acres of Woodland gardens on the banks of Loch Fyne, only two miles from idyllic Tarbert, one of the most attractive villages in the west of Scotland. The castle, built in 1837, is a superb example of Scottish Baronial architecture. Recently refurbished throughout, the hotel offer the highest levels of modern comforts whilst still retaining its original character, with feature such as the original wood panelling, ornate ceilings and marble fireplaces. Our AA Rosette restaurant enjoys spectacular views over Loch Fyne and offer the very best of Scottish cuisine including the famous Loch Fyne kipper. Light lunches and snacks are offered in the Lounge Bar. Ideally situated to explore the hidden treasure of Argyll including Ferry trips to the islands, Inveraray Jail & Castle, Oban Sea Life Centre, Kilmartin House Museum. Leisure activities in the area include beautiful walks, clay pigeon shooting, sea & fly fishing, horseriding, bird watching and 5 golf course with in 40 miles. Stonefield is perfect for that “get away from it all” break or romantic hideaway.
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.
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 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.
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.
Rowantree Cottage bed and breakfast is situated in the middle of Arrochar surrounded by well kept gardens. The accommodation overlooks Loch long with stunning uninterrupted views across the Loch to the ‘Arrochar Alps’ beyond. There are a variety of pubs and restaurants within easy walking distance.
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.
Duncreggan House is a mid 19th-century manor house, which has been tastefully restored. Set above the village of Blairmore it has panoramic views of Loch Long, the Firth of Clyde and the Arrochar Alps
With a scenic, tranquil location in Dunoon, The Park Hotel offers impressive sea views and stylish rooms. There is free parking and a traditional Scottish restaurant. The elegant rooms feature a TV, tea and coffee facilities and a work space. All rooms have a modern en suite bathroom and some have views of the beautiful Firth of Clyde and Irish Sea. The popular Park Hotel restaurant serves a traditional Scottish menu, featuring local produce and freshly caught seafood. The bar offers a range of beverages and a an extensive array of Malt whisky and liqueurs.
Whisk yourself away to our award winning 17th Century Drovers Inn and one of the highest rated Argyll hotels on Tripadvisor nestled on the lochside in the picturesque village of Ardfern, on Scotland’s dramatic west coast. With a homely traditional public bar, a lounge bar where modern meets traditional, our panoramic restaurant and function suite with one of the best views for dining, not forgetting our six comfortable and tastefully decorated bedrooms, there’s something to meet everyone’s needs. Also not forgetting our beer garden and sundeck in front of the restaurant affording unparallelled views along Loch Craignish and out to Jura and Scarba. Spend your days exploring castles, beaches, woodland and gardens. Relax perhaps with a fine wine, whisky or real ale whilst contemplating whether to have the freshly landed seafood or the wonderful meat or game for tonight’s dinner. And when the day is done, retire to your bedroom safe in the knowledge that you’ve had a brilliant day…
On Business? Celebrating a Birthday? Anniversary? Honeymoon? Escaping for a Romantic Occasion? Treat yourselves to an unforgettable experience at the Oyster Inn. Escape for a few days to the west coast, away from the rush and of everyday working life. World Famous Gluepot with cosy log fire, ales and malts adjacent to the Inn. We offer many different packages available to make your break that little bit special including champagne and flowers in room on arrival, champagne breakfast, anything can be catered for your special break just ask what we can do? The Oyster Inn is a very comfortable relaxing informal hotel at Connel, 5 miles from Oban in an area of outstanding natural beauty with breathtaking scenery. The hotel offers a very high level of accommodation at affordable rates. The Gluepot Bar is perfect for that well earned drink before going through to the Oyster Inn Restaurant which has impressive views over Loch Etive, to Mull, Lismore and Morven. A great escape to get away from the hustle and bustle of life in a friendly warm comfortable setting. If the landscape does not take your breath away, the hospitality will! The Oyster Inn overlooks the falls of Lora where whirlpools and spectacular white water flows at the ebb and flood tides. The hotel also enjoys magnificent views to the mountains of Movern and Mull and is strategically placed for visiting Argyll’s main attractions. It was built originally in the 18th century to serve ferry passengers but the ferry has since been made redundant by the modern road bridge alongside the cantilever railway bridge of 1903 Our Bedrooms are comfortable and have wonderful pictures of the locale. There are power showers to die for, ensuring that guests enjoy the ultimate in relaxation! Each Room is named after one of the islands, lochs and rare malt whiskies or bays adjacent. The rooms are furnished in classic creams with DVD and CD players, TV’s and radios. If you can resist the charms of the Gluepot Bar then we offer a selection of DVD’s to enjoy, Whilst relaxing after a beautiful meal in the Oyster Inn Restaurant, You can also relax in the residents lounge with view over Loch Etive. A friendly welcome in the 18th Century pub next door to the Oyster Inn with mouth-watering food served all day using only the finest local ingredients to accompany the range of ales and malts at one of the most atmospheric pubs on the west coast. Offering a choice of imaginative and exciting dishes prepared fresh to order. Cosy log fire and regular local live music throughout the year. We have a large range of malt whisky available. A popular stop for walkers, divers, canoeists, fisherman and yachting enthusiasts along with tourists wanting traditional Scottish pub atmosphere on the west coast, a busy bar with great character and enriched in history throughout the centuries. The Restaurant caters for light lunches through to fresh caught daily delivered seafood. Scones and cream, chocolate shortbread or fresh, moist cakes for afternoon tea are served daily to the Oyster Inn or traditional fare where simple food is prepared with quality ingredients, drawing together classic cooking techniques with the ever finest seasonal ingredients at the Oyster Inn. Each has its own style but the hallmark is the freshness and flavour. We pride ourselves on our home made desserts which can be enjoyed on there own or with a glass of whisky from our range of over 60. Our Chefs have a reputation for excellence and variety of the dishes they prepare which benefit from the finest, freshest produce from Scotland’s larder and in particular from the west coast. The Oyster Inn is a stylish rendezvous where stunning design is combined with a warm atmosphere. Paintings by renowned Argyll and international icon artist Jolomo hang in the restaurant. Selection of wines available to suit any palate and match any plate alternatively enjoy a dram or a Scottish ale.
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.
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.
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 Loch Lomond Arms Hotel, set in the picturesque village of Luss, offers 14 individually designed rooms and a cosy pub and restaurant with traditional, locally sourced cuisine. Retaining charming many original features, this traditional inn has been recently refurbished. All rooms feature an iPod dock, feather pillows and duvets and Egyptian cotton bedding. All include a Freeview LCD TV, safe, free Wi-Fi and a hospitality tray, as well as en suite bathroom with luxury Scottish toiletries. Awarded 4 stars by Visit Scotland, The Loch Lomond Arms offers hearty Scottish breakfasts, light lunches, afternoon teas and tasty suppers featuring seasonal food with a modern twist. You can relax in the cosy bar with its log fires, the intimate courtyard or the outdoor terrace in landscaped gardens. Set within the Loch Lomond National Park, Luss is ideal for walking, boating and golfing. Luss Pier is a short stroll away, while Loch Lomond Golf Club is 10 minutes’ drive away. The Loch Lomond Arms Hotel has free limited parking and is 24 miles from Glasgow.
We are a family-run, country hotel situated on the beach at the southern tip of the island, looking over panoramic views of Pladda Island, Ailsa Craig and beyond. Time stands still in this idyllic setting with otters & seals basking on the rocks right at our doorstep. We are licensed for weddings and have a reception lounge, bar and beautiful dining room with floor to ceiling windows with some of the best views on the island. We have a selection of the finest seafood’s and local specialties on our menu all freshly prepared daily by our highly qualified chefs. Enjoy the beautiful grounds of the hotel with outdoor seating, and stone circle and of course the beach which is only a few steps away. All rooms are modern with en-suite and are styled for comfort. We also have three newly refurbished ground floor patio suites for guests with any mobility restrictions and have complete wheelchair access. We are a dog-friendly hotel and offer an on-site shop for all your needs.
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.
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.
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!
Robert and Aileen MacDougall would like to welcome you to Sutherland House, Oban. We are a family run house situated in a beautiful Victorian Terrace, perfectly placed on Oban’s stunning harbour. Sutherland House is the perfect base for anyone visiting Oban, located close to restaurants and only a short walk to Caledonian MacBrayne’s ferry terminal where you can sail to the Islands of Mull, Iona, Coll & Tiree, Colonsay, Lismore and the Outer Hebrides.