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.
Loch Fyne Hotel & Spa, is a four star AA awarded hotel and a must stay whenever you are visiting the west coast of Scotland. Situated at the edge of the wee idyllic toon of Inveraray, with uninterrupted views of Loch Fyne and beyond to the Cowal Hills, this hotel is a fantastic base for exploring this scenic area. This popular hotel sees the return of many loyal guests time and time again, all down to the quality of service and the warm welcome from the whole team.
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.
The Brander Lodge Hotel & Bistro is situated on the edge of the River Awe looking up at Ben Cruachan, within the Pass of Brander, an area that is steeped in history and magnificent scenery. Here there are many Scottish walks to excite even the most avid walking fan. With Oban only a 30 min drive away you can even explore the Western Scottish Isles, including Mull, Iona and Jura. We can provide, Drying areas, Sport massages, packed lunches and local guided hikes to the summit of Ben Cruachan.
Oban Bay Hotel is the ideal base from which to explore Scotlandís West Coast, commanding panoramic views of the bay, island of Kerrera and the mountains of the Isle of Mull. The location is very convenient to the nearby train and ferry terminals. Oban lies central enough for a weekend break, longer family holiday or relaxing break with plenty of leisure activities available. This hotel offers guests the opportunity to become immersed into the Scottish Highlands as well as the Western Isles.
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.
Kilmartin Hotel is a 19th Century Coaching Inn, situated in the heartland of Scotland, offering delightful scenery of mountains and nearby coastal views with many anrchaeological sites and evidence of pre-historic occupation. Kilmartin is an ideal base for touring the West Coast and sailing to the Isles..We offer a warm welcome, with friendly staff, a wide range of locally sourced fresh food, and daily specials, fine Cask Ales on tap, and a well-stocked whisky bar.
The Wide Mouthed Frog Restaurant & Bar is located at Dunstaffnage Marina, just two and a half miles north of Oban in Argyll, Scotland.. Overlooking the bay and Dunstaffnage Castle, we offer a relaxed family run restaurant, accommodation and bar, the perfect place to relax, enjoy good food and great company..The Wide Mouthed Frog is one of the best award winning Sea Food restaurants on the West Coast and a jolly meeting place in a beautiful location.
The Hunters Quay Hotel in 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.
The Falls of Lora Hotel is a fine owner-run hotel overlooking Loch Etive set back on the A85. It is approximately 5 miles before Oban, 90 miles north-west of Glasgow or Edinburgh. Connel Ferry train station is only.5 minutes.walk and.Oban Airport is 4 minutes.drive away. From the property, Dunstaffnage Castle and Oban Distillery are a 9-minute journey by car. Fearnoch Forest is a 6-minute drive away and McCaig s Tower is 11 minutes.drive away.30 rooms with private bathrooms make up the Falls of Lora accommodation.
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.
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.
Dunvalanree, built in 1938 with an Art Deco flavour,.was upgraded in 1999 to four star. Most rooms, all individually decorated, enjoy panoramic sea views. Standing in delightful gardens on the edge of Port Righ Bay, Dunvalanree enjoys splendid views over Kilbrannon Sound, to the Isle of Arran, and around Carradale Bay and Forest. Listen to the sea gently lapping on the bay below the hotel.. Dunvalanree is a founding member of the Sea Food Trail, championing the very best our local waters produce.
The Bridge of Orchy has 32 warm and welcoming en-suite guest rooms.a selection of double, twin and single occupancy with a variety of views. The Bar & Restaurant is open daily for breakfast, all day snacks, coffees and drinks, lunch and dinner. This relaxed bar offers a place to unwind and enjoy a dram by the log fire.The hotel offers Wi-Fi within the bar area. The Dining Room is open daily offering imaginative, creative, Scottish cuisine serving breakfast and dinner. Accompanying lounge area to relax and unwind.
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.
The Lochgair Hotel is a family run hotel which is situated on the main trunk route to the Kintyre peninsula with all its stunning scenery amidst the highlands of Argyll. This tourist route also leads to Tarbert and the Islay Ferry. Islay is the mainstay of whisky distilleries, so great news for those who appreciate whisky, and our specialist whisky bar contains a variety of Islay whisky for ease of sampling!.We have a total of 14 rooms made up of 14 ensuite including a family room.
.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. Many of the bedrooms have magnificent sea views over Asknish Bay towards Jura, Shuna and Scarba, which will take your breath away.
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.
This Scottish Hotel offers excellent accommodation for those visiting the Argyll area. It s scenic location makes it an excellent place to take a holiday or vacation in scenic Scotland. The accommodation in this hotel is very good with Scottish breakfast available in the dining room. The Kelvin Hotel is situated in a grade B listed building which is one of the oldest buildings in Oban. It enjoys an enviable location adjacent to the ferry terminal and railway station and within a few minutes walk of the centre of town.
A character hotel with a fantastic waterside location, charming & styish rooms and village pub.The perfect place to escape, totally relax and experience some undiscovered and outstanding natural beauty.We have a range of individual en-suite rooms, some with amazing views over the Kyles of Bute.With our excellent reputation for food you can expect superb home-produced bar meals using fresh local produce.
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 Drimsynie Estate which has lodges and holiday caravans, as well as an excellent leisure centre.Ideal for individuals or families looking for a tranquil location but a hotel with Leisure & Entertainment.
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.
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.
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.
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.
With breathtaking views to the islands of Lismore and Mull, our intimate twelve bedroom hotel, bar and renowned seafood restaurant has won a fast-growing reputation as one of Argyll s most idyllic and romantic destinations. We pride ourselves on the freshness & quality of our seafood and local meats, sourcing most of our food locally. We strive to offer our guests something different - a personal and relaxed family atmosphere, stunning location and deliciously fresh food.
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.
The Argyll Hotel is Dunoon s most popular hotel.Situated in the heart of town offering a choice of different restaurants under one roof, along with the Clyde Suite Bar.Have a relaxing and enjoyable stay at The Argyll Hotel.
Stunningly situated by the sea, this stylish hotel offers fantastic accommodation, facilities and dining. All 20 rooms enjoy magnificent sea views and all are fully en suite with luxurious fittings and furnishings, including their own seating areas. For informal dining, the Captains Bar serves great food and drink all day, every day, with an outside decking area on which to sit and enjoy the view of the water and passing yachts.
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.
Welcome to Cairnbaan Hotel, a stylish, relaxed and pleasant place that has been awarded three stars and a rosette with the AA. Cairnbaan is also among only 12 Hotels given the status of Scotland s Heritage Hotels.. We have 12 luxurious and relaxing rooms, all individually designed and well equipped with some additional touches..The Cairnbaan Hotel is situated at Lock 5, approximately halfway along the 9 mile-long Crinan Canal.
The Airds hotel and restaurant is an 18th century converted ferry inn which has over the years been converted into a luxury 4 red star hotel with outstanding views over Loch Linnhe and the Morvern mountains beyond..The award winning restaurant is renowned for consistently achieving 3 Rosettes for the food and the kitchen team is producing some exciting modern British cuisine which is gaining superb feedback from guests.The lounges offer a place to relax amidst sophisticated decor and roaring log fires.
The Royal Hotel stands in the center of town close to the harbour and ferry terminal. It s central position makes it ideal for visiting the West Coast of Scotland as well as the Islands of Mull and Iona. Built in 1895 the 3 Star AA awarded hotel offers traditional Scottish hospitality within quality modern surroundings. A small car park is located to the rear of the hotel and has limited non guaranteed space. Public parking both chargeable & free available nearby.
A beautiful victorian terraced house ideally situated on the quiet craigmore shore only 0.75 miles from the pier at Rothesay and town centre. this lovely house still has many of its original features intact. With bright spacious en suite rooms and panoramic views over Rothesay Bay.
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.
The Crinan Hotel is renowned for its fantastic location on the Crinan Canal in Argyll. Only 36 miles from Oban and 31 miles from Inveraray. Dunoon is 70 miles from Crinan Hotel, while Furnace is 40 miles from the property, and Glasgow Airport is 86 miles away. 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.
The Mull of Kintyre welcomes you to sandy beaches, scrumptious food, glorious golf and wonderful whisky! A lovely old Victorian Mansion, turned friendly and informal bijou hotel. Escape to the coast and take time to relax and chill out in one of our cosy rooms, most with sea view. All rooms with en suite bath and shower, free WiFi and guest PC, Sky TV/DVD, bathrobes and huge fluffy towels.
Sitting on the shores of Loch Fyne, Argyll, Portavadie is the perfect place for a relaxing break. This contemporary oasis offers a range of holiday accommodation all linked by one theme: quality and comfort. The cosy self-catering Cottages and Studio Apartments are dog friendly, while The Lodge offers flexible rooms for families, groups and individuals..Portavadie has two restaurants. For something more informal try The Lodge Kitchen and Bar. For sumptuous waterfront dining head to the Marina Restaurant and Bar.
Joan and Tracey welcome you into their home ,and hope you enjoy your stay in a beautifull part of Scotland.The Dellwood Hotel.is situated first on the left when entering Campbeltown. This Mansion House is set in its own grounds, and is a five minute w
The Lochnell Arms Hotel is a traditional family run hotel set in a spectacular loch side location, offering a warm and friendly welcome all year round. The setting of our.restaurant and lounge are stunning, with both looking out over the famous and often turbulent Falls of Lora..We have a relaxing lounge bar with a large open fire and a.selection of malt whisky. A busy public bar with pool table, darts, gaming machine and TV is also available.
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.
A.warm welcome awaits you at Milton Tower from.Editha. This family run hotel is pleasantly situated and commands a magnificent view of the Firth of Clyde and is within easy walking distance of the town centre and ferry terminus on the traffic-free promenade.. Dunoon itself, caters for everyone, whether for long stays or just for our popular short breaks. For the adventurous guests, it s an ideal for touring the Cowal Peninsula, the Highlands and surrounding areas.
Having recently undergone an extensive refurbishment, Brambles Boutique Rooms, Cafe & Bistro combines traditional charm with modern efficiency. It is centrally located in the picturesque traditional Scottish town of Inveraray on the banks of the beautiful Loch Fyne..Our selection of luxurious contemporary bedrooms have been individually styled combining stunning traditional features with a modern finish. Beautiful & inviting interiors with all the comforts of modern living.
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, situated in Connel, 44 km from Fort William. On the A85 and overlooking Loch Etive, this tranquil hotel is a 10-minute walk from the Connel Ferry railway station, 3 miles from Dunstaffnage Castle and Glasgow Airport is only 89km from the inn. Guests can enjoy the on-site restaurant and bar. Free private parking is available on site.
Kirnan Estate is a Victorian shooting lodge dating back to the 1890 s. Its.500 acres are home to three different kinds of dear, red squirrels, pine martens and birds of prey. On a more domestic front the estate has its own donkeys, pet lambs, cats and friendly dogs, pigs and pygmy goats. Chickens and ducks provide the eggs for breakfast. The ethos of hosts Ross and Diana Appleyard is to offer guests a warm welcome and a friendly, informal stay.
This family run hotel is in an ideal location being just a short walk from the mile long sandy beach and working harbour. We are situated in the heart of the village, adjacent to Carradale s 9-hole golf course, there are a variety of walks including shore and forest both with spectacular views. The hotel is also within easy access to all ferry ports to the surroundings islands of Islay, Jura, Arran and Gigha.
Bachuil Country House is a typical Scottish Country House of the 18th/19th Century and now offers Luxury Guest Accommodation for up to four guests in two comfortable en-suite rooms for a TWO NIGHT MINIMUM STAY..The Isle of Lismore is the most easterly island of the Southern Hebrides and notably fertile. The island is famous for its abundance of wild flowers (some say nearly 300 different types of plant) and bird life with about 130 species of birds (including visiting golden eagles, buzzards, herons and skylarks).