The Galley of Lorne Inn is a 17th Century Drover's Inn and country retreat situated in the picturesque village of Ardfern which nestles among the hills beside Loch Craignish. This beautiful corner of Argyll has long been a favourite for yachtsmen, artists and those who appreciate beauty, wildness plus the good things in life.
Our centrally located hotel on the West Coast of Scotland is ideally situated for touring. After your bed and breakfast Oban (the gateway to the isles) is only half an hour away and other attractions like the historically unique Kilmartin Glen only minutes away.
The 'famous' Creggans Inn on the shores of Loch Fyne offers fantastic sea views, friendly relaxed atmosphere and excellent food. We enjoy a 3 star GOLD rating from Visit Scotland and have 14 quality bedrooms. We serve local beers and fine wines in our cosy bar. Walkers and cyclists are well provided for with drying cabinet and dry storage. We are well placed for the excellent Cowal Way and for the Arrochar Alps. Why are we famous - James Bond once owned the hotel.
In the friendly village of Lochawe, at the foot of the mighty Ben Cruachan, we offer stylish comfort in our 5 well-appointed ensuite rooms. Youíll find a warm Highland welcome in our bar restaurant which serves the best locally sourced food & drinks; a perfect base to discover Loch Awe and the surrounding area, from hill walking, Munro bagging, climbing, fishing, boating or just sitting back and enjoying the view.
Amenities include; WiFi & TV, wheelchair access, family friendly, dog friendly, tea/ coffee, free parking & close to Lochawe train station.
Designed by John Adam and opened in 1755, The Inveraray Inn is the oldest and most historic hotel in Inveraray as well as being one of the most iconic hotels on the west coast of Scotland. It occupies an unrivalled location on Inveraray's Front Street, overlooking Loch Fyne. This famous hotel, which has also been known in the past as The Great Inn, The Argyll Arms Hotel and The Argyll Hotel, Inveraray, now offers 36 comfortable, en suite bedrooms, excellent local produce and traditional Highland hospitality.
Just a short distance from the train and ferry terminals, itís easy to explore Scotlandís west coast from Oban Bay Hotel. Whether taking in the views from nearby Ben Lora or heading farther afield, Oban Bay Hotel is the perfect place to retire after a day in the hills. Set on the edge of Obanís picturesque esplanade, the hotelís spacious sun lounge offers a panoramic view of the bay, the island of Kerrera and the mountains of Mull. Front-facing rooms also benefit from seaside views.