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County - Argyll | Map
Tel code: 01546 | code search
Postcode: PA30 | code search
Population: 1300
Council: Argyll and Bute
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Grey Gull Inn
"Can't agree with previous review. My husband and I stayed here for the weekend which was most enjoyable. Owner/manager worked tirelessy with rest of staff and like all staff was ..." More

Grey Gull Inn
"We had a wedding in the Area, and quite a few of us chose the Grey Gull Inn. When we first arrived we were greeted by a gentleman (who we ..." More

Grey Gull Inn
"Most enjoyable 2 days spent here. Excellent breakfast buffet, all possible items available & cooked breakfast enough to keep one going all day.Meals available all day. Extensive menu for evening meals ..." More

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Ardrishaig is a village and small port in mid-Argyll on the west-coast of Scotland, situated south of the town Lochgilphead and approximately 30 miles west of Glasgow. During the 19th century Ardrishaig was an active fishing port and noted as an area used for smuggling. The settlement grew from 1801 with the building of the Crinan Canal. Ardrishaig sits at the south-east entrance to the nine mile long Canal linking to the village of Crinan. The waterway was built by John Rennie to cut across the Kintrye Peninsula to ensure steamers and fishing fleets avoided the long trip around the Mull of Kintyre, providing safe access to the north Atlantic and the Hebrides. The village is well-known as the location used for filming the TV series ‘A Mugs Game’ and is a popular tourist resort with hotels, pubs, shops and amenities, antique shop, a beauty salon, a pier and a lighthouse. There are a choice of golf courses in the area including the nine-hole course at Lochgilphead and the Championship course at Machrihanish. Activities include horse-riding and trail-riding, the Mid-Argyll Sports Centre has two tennis court and there is fishing and yachting on Loch Fyne and sailing charters and Sea-fari Adventure available to explore the wildlife and scenery. Festivals include the Cowal Highland Gathering in Dunoon Stadium each August.

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Allt-Na-Craig House (0.31 miles)

Allt-Na-Craig House

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This elegant Victorian mansion has breathtaking views over Loch Fyne, and is superbly situated for touring the stunning Argyll region and beyond.Childhood home of Kenneth Grahame author of 'Wind in ... More

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Allt-Na-Craig House (0.31 miles)

Allt-Na-Craig House
Allt-Na-Craig House offers a superb standard of accommodation in all of its en-suite bedrooms, with views either over Loch Fyne and Loch Gilp, or our well tended gardens. Situated in the old fishing village of ... More | visit website
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The Cairnbaan (3.78 miles)

The Cairnbaan
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 ... More | visit website
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Lochgair Hotel (5.51 miles)

Lochgair Hotel
The Lochgair Hotel is a family run hotel which is situated on the shore of Loch Fyne between Inverarary and Lochgilphead with Furnace, Minard Castle and Port ann close by ,also a short drive to ... More | visit website
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Crinan Hotel (6.97 miles)

Crinan Hotel
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.

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Highland Cottage (9.23 miles)

Highland Cottage

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Amidst a glorious landscape of unspoilt wooded glens, fragmented coastline, stunning sea lochs and breathtaking bays, the delightful cottages at Home Farm nestle in a peaceful wooded ... More

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Stonefield Castle Hotel (9.66 miles)

Stonefield Castle Hotel

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Spoil yourself and stay in a Castle which is an outstanding example of Scottish baronial Architecture. Built in 1837 and in keeping with its unique situation and character, many of the original ... More

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Victoria Hotel (10.20 miles)

Victoria Hotel

Overlooking the harbour front in the village of Tarbert on the shores of loch fyne, this diminutive hotel offers dedicated, informal accommodation. Known through-out the village for its sunny yellow exterior, the Victoria Hotel can you ... More | visit website

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Tighnabruaich Hotel (11.02 miles)

Tighnabruaich Hotel
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 ... More | visit website
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Kilfinan Hotel (11.04 miles)

Kilfinan Hotel
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 ... More | visit website

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