Hotels in Tighnabruaich, United Kingdom

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    Hotel Kilfinan Hotel Tighnabruaich

    Kilfinan Hotel Hotel is situated in Argyll, a few steps away from the Kilfinan Hotel Church. The 300 years old, 3-star hotel offers relaxed accommodations featuring free Wi-Fi and free private parking. All the traditionally furnished rooms offer rural views. Each room features a phone and coffee/tea making facilities. Some of the rooms are overlooking Loch Fyne and the Kintyre Peninsula. The en-suite bathrooms offer free toiletries. Kilfinan Hotel Hotel serves free breakfast to its guests daily. Guests can indulge in enjoyable activities such as cycling, golf, fishing, shooting, bird watching and deer stalking nearby. The guests can savour delectable meals prepared with fresh and best local ingredients at the on-site restaurant. Premium drinks/cocktails can be enjoyed at the on-site bar and lounge featuring a lively ambience. The Kyles of Bute is 16 km and the Loch Fyne is 20 km from the hotel. The village of Tighnabruaich is within close proximity. Glasgow is just two hour and Edinburgh is three hour drive away. more

  • Hotel Kames Hotel Tighnabruaich

    With breathtaking views over the Kyles of Bute, classic decor and a festive pub, the Kames Hotel provides serene accommodations within a charming historic building. Rooms vary in size and amenity at the Kames Hotel, offering flat screen televisions, tea/coffee making facilities, and outstanding sea or garden views. Hotel features comprise pet-friendly accommodations, beach access, public Wi-Fi, a wedding venue with planning assistance and optional catering, and fifteen moorings for visiting boats. Dine on-site for full menu fare at the restaurant and pub, featuring the full Scottish breakfast, handmade burgers, real ales, an extensive wine list and children's portions. Don't miss nearby favourites like Rothesay Castle, St. Micheals Chapel Ruins, The Cobbler Nature Park, Ardencraig Gardens, Kingarth Standing Stones, Shell Beach and Tarbert Castle, all within thirty-five miles of the hotel. (Note: ferry rides are likely necessary to reach most attractions) more

    Hotel Tregortha Bed & Breakfast Tighnabruaich

    Tregortha is a traditional stone-built Victorian villa from the 19th century. Breakfast with a view in our sunny conservatory overlooking the beautiful Kyles of Bute. Comfortable, friendly accommodation on Argyll's Secret Coast. There is a choice of eating places / pubs all within easy walking distance of Tregortha. Bikes / motor bikes can be safely stored in our garage. Well behaved dogs are welcomed. Ideally situated to explore the surrounding countryside and islands of Bute, Islay and further afield: LOCH LOMOND & COWAL WAY The Cowal Way in Argyll is known as ‘Scotland in 57 miles’. The Cowal Way ranks as one of Scotland's most scenic long distance routes. It begins at Portavadie in the southwest, where the ferry runs from Tarbert in Kintyre, passes trough Tighnabruaich and the way to end at Inveruglas on the shores of Loch Lomond. BUTE The lovely island of Bute is twenty minutes away by road and ferry from Colintraive. The busy town of Rothesay is well worth a visit with plenty of shops (inc. charity shops), cafes and pubs. Mount Stewart is a day trip in itself. A guided tour round the beautiful house, or a wander round the magnificent gardens, or a bit of both, then a meal or coffee in the restaurant before returning. A visit to Scalpsie Bay to watch the seals, or a trip to the cafe at Ettrick Bay to sample the home baking, are both recommended. PORTAVADIE For yachties, a visit to the modern marina at Portavadie is worthwhile, a cafe and restaurant provide sustenance and the new Sports Centre, provides state of the art leisure facilities, with two swimming pools thrown in. Also at Portavadie is the ferry terminal to the busy little town of Tarbert on the Mull of Kintyre. A further car journey will take you down to the scenic villages of Skipness and Carradale or the fishing port of Campbelltown. INVERARAY An hour drive, up round Loch Fyne will take you to the Historic town of Inveraray. The castle is the seat of the Duke of Argyll Chief of Clan Campbell, and is well worth a visit. Also recommended is the old jail at Inveraray, very popular with children. There are various cafes and restaurants in the town to sustain you for the return journey. DUNOON The busy town of Dunoon is 40 minutes away be car, the bustling high street is replete with cafes and charity shops in equal measure. Two supermarkets, a castle museum, and a handsome promenade round the West Bay make a day trip worthwhile. There is also access to Benmore Gardens, three miles outside the town for those with a horticultural bent, boasting an avenue of the tallest trees in Scotland, and a splendid cafe to boot. KILBRIDE BAY A beautiful sandy beach looking over to Arran, unspoilt by traffic (it requires a 15 min stroll from the nearest road). ​ more

    Hotel The Royal an Lochan Tighnabruaich

    The Royal an Lochan is a sea facing hotel in the scenic village of Tighnabruaich, UK. The hotel is a mile from Kyles of Bute Golf Course. The 11 rooms at the hotel exhibit a blend of modern and old-fashioned decor. They provide either sea or garden views. All units are equipped with flat screen TVs, telephones and ironing facilities. Bathrooms are en suite. Complimentary tray includes bottled drinking water and homemade shortbread. The hotel has a guest lounge with local artefacts displayed. A fireplace, comfortable leather sofas and board games are also featured. Meeting room with banquet and fax facilities are available. Parking onsite and Wi-Fi access in public places is complimentary. The Royal an Lochan hotel serves breakfast and traditional meals besides seafood in its classy restaurant. Cocktails and pub food are served at the bar. The hotel is around four miles from Portavadie Marina where plenty of shopping and dining options are present. more