Bed and Breakfasts in Argyll, Bute & The Islands

Argyll, Bute and The Islands offer much to the visitor of the area. Steeped in history, beautiful scenery and Scottish tradition. Almost all areas of Argyll and Bute show informative and interesting evidence of pre-historic occupation. Plus there are many castles and museums to visit throughout the area. The Islands include Mull, Iona, Islay, Jura, Gigha, Oronsay, Colonsay, Luing and Scarba - all with their own pieces of history attached to them.

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Strathassynt Guest House, Ballachulish, Glencoe, Argyll

PPPN £20 - £32
3 Star3 Star3 Star
No SmokingOff Street ParkingGardenHas WiFi/Internet
Strathassynt Guest House is a family run, Three Star, Scottish Tourist Board registered guest house, situated in the Highland village of Ballachulish. We have a mixture of family, double, triple and twin bedded rooms (single occupancy also available on request). Many of our rooms can also accommodate an extra 'fold up' style single bed if this is more appropriate for your requirements. All of our guest rooms benefit from en-suite shower and toilet facilities and all have individually controlled heating, colour TV with Freesat box and DVD player, hairdryer and hospitality tray for tea and coffee. After a long day you can relax with a drink, snack, book or DVD movie … all of which are available from our Guest Lounge. You can enjoy a full breakfast in our well-appointed breakfast room. Choose from a wide selection of cereals, fruit juices, yoghurts and fruit with toast and tea or coffee before indulging in a cooked breakfast from our menu choice. You can hire bikes, canoes and boats locally, try your hand at climbing outdoors or at the nearby Ice Factor which includes the world's biggest indoor ice wall or experience other pursuits such as canyoning and abseiling. In the winter months(conditions permitting), skiing and snowboarding are available at either the Glencoe or Nevis Range centres. Rates: From £20 to £32 per person per night. Children are welcome. No smoking. Sorry, no pets. Off street parking. Wi-Fi/internet access. 3 Star Visit Scotland.

Glenrigh Guest House, Oban, Argyll

PPPN £45
PR2S £75 - £100
4 Star4 Star4 Star4 Star
No SmokingOff Street ParkingGardenDisabled AccessHas WiFi/InternetBicycle Hire
Glenrigh Guest House offers a stunning waterfront location with 4 star guest house accommodation in the picturesque Scottish town of Oban in Argyll. Our guest house boasts large, exceptionally comfortable, fully equipped rooms with super king and king sized beds, whilst large easy chairs abound. Nearly all of our rooms have sea views and are furnished to a very high standard. Several ground floor rooms are available and are ideal for anybody with walking difficulties. We offer a large garden with seating and extensive private car park - your space is guaranteed within our grounds. Car parking can be extremely difficult to find on Oban's seafront and almost impossible during the high season. We are unique in offering all of our guests guaranteed off street parking in our large, easy access and egress, manoeuvrable car park. We offer generous multi choice breakfast to suit and satisfy all tastes. Served from 8:00 am to 9:30 am. Glenrigh is a first class place to stay. The quality is obvious, with ambience and service beyond reproach. The area around Oban is famed for its beautiful coastline and spectacular rugged mountain scenery. Queen Victoria described it as "one of the finest spots we have ever seen", a sentiment which still rings true today. No trip to the West Coast is complete without visiting the islands. Mull is 40 minutes away by ferry. It is a large island with 200 miles of roadway. It is really Scotland in miniature with white sandy beaches and rugged mountains. Oban is Scotland's main port for the western islands including the Isle of Iona, a national treasure and the birth place of modern Christianity. Also the island of Staffa is world renowned for its geological marvel of Fingal's Cave. Golfing, fishing, walking, boating, sailing, scuba diving, climbing, mountaineering, cycling, wildlife, castles, gardens all on our doorstep. For more information please visit our website. Rates: £45 per room per night based on single occupancy. From £75 - £100 per room per night based on 2 people sharing. From £90 per family room. Children are welcome. Sorry, no pets. Disabled facilities - please enquire for details. Off street parking. Wi-Fi/internet access. 4 Star Visit Scotland.

Tigh Na Cheo Guest House, Kinlochleven, Loch Leven, Argyll

PPPN £42
PR2S £65 - £75
4 Star4 Star4 Star4 Star
No SmokingOff Street ParkingGardenDisabled AccessHas WiFi/Internet
Tigh na Cheo offers beautiful four star accredited accommodation in the lovely village of Kinlochleven, the penultimate stop on the West Highland Way. There is so much to see and do and the magnificent Mamore Mountains are right on our doorstep. The guest house is superbly located at the head of Loch Leven, just a 3 minute walk from Kinlochleven village centre. We are surrounded on all sides by mountains and all the bedrooms have mountain views. Located about 6 miles east of Glencoe, Kinlochleven is a perfect location for outdoor pursuits. We welcome walkers, climbers, bikers or those just seeking to relax amongst the majestic mountains. We offer quality facilities and great Scottish hospitality to all of our guests. All rooms en suite, with baths and showers. Triple room shower only. Breakfast included in room rate. Free fibre broadband Wi-Fi. Guest lounge with open fire. Packed lunches available. Ample private parking. Laundry service. Extensive drying room & store. Baggage drop off point. Strictly NO SMOKING. Tea & coffee making facilities, hairdryers, TV & DVD player in all rooms. Radox bath salts. Pick up & drop off can be arranged from Kings House & Glencoe. For more information please visit our website. Rates: From £42 per person per night. From £65 - £75 per room per night based on 2 people sharing. Children over 10 are welcome. Sorry, no pets. Disabled facilities - please enquire for details. Off street parking. Wi-Fi/internet access. 4 Star Visit Scotland.

Lochgair Hotel, Lochgair, Lochgilphead, Argyll

PPPN £49.75
PR2S £69.50
Allows PetsNo SmokingOff Street ParkingGardenDinner AvailableHas WiFi/Internet
Lochgair Hotel offers gorgeous bed and breakfast accommodation in Lochgair, just seven miles away from Lochgilphead in Argyll. Situated amongst the spectacular scenery of The Highlands of Argyll, we truly are an idyllic holiday destination. Our charming guesthouse has a total of 14 rooms at the B&B. 10 are en suite including a family room and 4 are not suite. The rooms offer the following facilities: Hospitality tray. Hairdryer. Toiletries. Flat screen TV with freesat. DVD player. Alarm clock. Central heating. There is a restaurant at Lochgair Hotel that B&B guests are welcome to use. The restaurant offers home cooked food and local produce wherever possible. The restaurant is open from 6pm - 9pm and offers a varied menu. The local village of Lochgair offers riverside walks that boasts beautiful views over Loch Fyne to the Cowals of Bute. Within in a five minute drive from the hotel there are extensive forestry walks and many cycling routes and bridle paths. For golfers there is a wide choice. Inveraray, Lochgilphead and Tarbert each have a nine hole course. Argyll Adventure, near Inveraray, offers horse riding, laser clay pigeon shooting, bungee trampolines, climbing walls and paintball. For more information please visit our website. Rates: From £49.75 per person per night based on a single. From £69.50 per room per night based on 2 people sharing. Children are welcome. Pets are welcome by arrangement – please enquire for details. Off street parking. Free Wi-Fi/internet access. Dinner available.

Ardnamurchan Estate, Ardnamurchan, Argyll

PR2S £253 - £1005
Allows PetsNo SmokingOff Street ParkingGarden
With a selection of beautiful cottages in rugged and remote settings, your stay on Ardnamurchan promises to be special. Whether it's seclusion you're seeking, or an activity-packed break with nature walks, wilderness drives and whale watching, your trip will certainly be one to remember. Braehouse Cottage: This is the characteristic traditional Highland cottage, nestled into the hillside, overlooking the vista of islands to the north. The cottage has one twin and one double bedroom, ideal for a small family or a romantic retreat for two. Branault House: The original croft house, the sense of tradition here is strong. The two stone byres adjacent to the house are still in use, and in spring time children love seeing newborn lambs play in the surrounding fields. Fascadale Cottage: The cottage is built right on the coast on the ruin of a netsman’s bothy. The view to the mountains of Eigg, Muck, Rum and the Cuillins of Skye is spectacular as are the green and turquoise waters of Fascadale bay. Achateny Cottage: The cottage has one double room, one twin and one room with bunk-beds, two bathrooms. This is a real gem of a cottage with idylic views to the small Isles and a peacful secluded garden. Achateny House: The house has views northwards across the sea to the islands of Skye, Eigg, Rum and Muck. The garden attracts many songbirds, which in turn have attracted a pair of sparrowhawks which regularly create havoc overhead. To the west deer graze the open ground overnight, returning to the hills in the early morning. Fascadale House Just above the horseshoe of Fascadale bay, the windows capture views of turquoise water and rocky shoreline. Sit out on the patio or in the lounge and relax to the sound of waves on the shore, taste salt on the sea air, and enjoy views of islands to the north. There is also a sauna, for the seriously stressed. In less clement conditions you might want to enjoy the drama of a winter storm from the fireside. Swordle Byre: The converted byre is a stylish combination of old and new. The original walls and courtyard remain, however the interior is fresh and modern – the large living area has a traditional log burning stove, and a 42 inch wide-screen television with satellite tv. Swordle Bay House There are two double, two twin and one family bedrooms, all of which are en-suite, there is a jacuzzi and a sauna. This house sits on Swordle Bay and had commanding views to the Islands, secluded beach and rocky shoreline. Glenbay Cottage: Glenbay Cottage stands in a large wooded garden with a separate entrance and ample parking space. The Cottage, adjoining the House, has accommodation for 6 people in 3 comfortable bedrooms: 1 double bedded room and 2 twin bedded rooms. There is a games room, consisting of a snooker table, small gym, table tennis table and a piano.This is shared wiht Glenby House. Glenbay House: Glenbay House has a stunning interior and accommodates 8 people in 4 uniquely styled bedrooms. The 2 double bedded rooms on the upper floor have elevated views of the loch and hills, also on this level is a shower room with electric shower, basin and W.C. On the ground floor are 2 twin bedded rooms, one with a 2'6" wide cabin bed and in the other, full twin beds. The bathroom has a bath with shower facilities, bidet and W.C. Fascadale House: Just above the horseshoe of Fascadale bay, the windows capture views of turquoise water and rocky shoreline. Sit out on the patio or in the lounge and relax to the sound of waves on the shore, taste salt on the sea air, and enjoy views of islands to the north. There is also a sauna, for the seriously stressed. In less clement conditions you might want to enjoy the drama of a winter storm from the fireside. Be sure to pack binoculars - basking sharks, dolphins and whales are regularly sighted offshore. The house has one double and three twin bedrooms, all are en-suite plus there is a separate toilet. There is a cooker, microwave, washing machine and dishwasher as well as fridge-freezer in the kitchen. The lounge has a television and video. Glenborrodale Castle: Opulent comfort in rugged surroundings, Glenborrodale castle stands on the southern shore of the Ardnamurchan peninsula in the West Highlands. Built for the diamond magnate Mr.C.D.Rudd of De Beers Mining Co, it is steeped in history and tradition. Part of Ardnamurchan Estate, the Baronial castle is available for let to parties of guests who enjoy luxury accommodation, exceptional food and drink, and the finest Highland hospitality. The secluded location and secure grounds allows guests to enjoy complete privacy. Rates: From £253 to £1005 per property per night based on 2 people sharing. Children are welcome. No smoking. Pets are allowed by arrangement. Off street parking.

Maolbhuidhe, Fionnphort, Isle of Mull, Argyll

PPPN £27 - £36
3 Star3 Star3 Star
No SmokingOff Street ParkingGardenHas WiFi/Internet
Maolbhuidhe is a former croft house that offers comfortable guest accommodation located close to Fionnphort on the Isle of Mull in Argyll. We have panoramic views in all directions including Iona, the Treshnish Isles and Ben More. The guest accommodation is all on the ground floor. The spacious bedroom has a king size bed, and a single bed. It can therefore serve as a double, twin or family room. There is plenty of room for a travel cot which we can provide if required. Tea and coffee making facilities are provided and the private shower room is a few steps down the hall. The sitting room is just across the hall from the bedroom and is exclusively for your use. The three seater sofa converts easily into a comfortable double bed for any extra guests. There is a television with DVD player and a small selection of DVDs. We have provided a selection of books and games for both adults and children including a number of books about Mull. We serve your breakfast in our farmhouse style kitchen/dining-room. If you are a vegetarian or have other dietary preferences we are happy to cater for your needs. The tip of the Ross of Mull has its own unique granite scenery with small and often steep rounded hills, narrow inlets and sandy beaches. There are very few trees. It is ideal for energetic but not necessarily strenuous walking. Birds and other wild-life are abundant. About three miles east of Fionnphort the rock changes to Moine Schist, and the scenery is a bit gentler and more wooded. Around Bunessan it changes again to the basalt lava which forms most of the surface of Mull. For more information please visit our website. Rates: From £27 to £36 per person per night. Children are welcome. Sorry, no pets. Off street parking. Wi-Fi/internet access. 3 Star Visit Scotland.

The Colintraive Hotel, Colintraive, Argyll

PPPN £80
PR2S £99
3 Star3 Star3 Star
No SmokingOff Street ParkingDinner AvailableHas WiFi/Internet
The Colintraive Hotel offers award winning guest accommodation, located in the quiet village of Colintraive in Argyll. Our hotel, bar and restaurant is open to both residents and non residents, we have comfortable guest rooms, a relaxing place to enjoy a drink and award winning cuisine. We are perfect for those who want to explore the Kyles of Bute, which is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and Loch Lomond National Park. We are also a great stop off point for those who are travelling to Islay, Jura, Gigha and Kintyre. Our hotel rooms are beautifully appointed and include either country or sea views. They are all tastefully furnished and include a TV, beverage tray and luxury en suite facilities. We have 4 guest rooms available and we can accommodate solo travellers, couples, friends and families. We are proud of the menu we have available and actively source local produce where possible. We use all local shellfish and meats from the Island of Bute, guaranteeing the best of local produce at all times where possible, for our award winning gastro pub and restaurant. Our restaurant and lounge have been fully refurbished in an elegant style with comfy leather chairs and period furniture. Bar meals and a la carte restaurant are available to residents and non-residents 7 days a week for lunch and dinners. Colintraive is a small village on the eastern coast of the Cowal peninsula. It sits at the narrowest point in the Kyles of Bute - barely more than a couple of hundred yards at this point - and is the place from which the small CalMac car ferry departs to Rhubodach on the isle of Bute opposite. For more information please visit our website. Rates: From £80 per person per night based on single occupancy. From £99 per room per night based on 2 people sharing. Pets are welcome. Children are welcome. Wi-Fi internet access. Off street parking. Dinner available. Moorings available for visiting yachts. Open all year. 3 Star Visit Scotland Gold Award. Taste Our Best Quality Assured by Visit Scotland. World Host Recognition for Excellent Customer Service.
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