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The Roseneath Guest House was an idyllic stay for my partner and I. There is a lot of charm in the old guest house and Sarah provides a good selection of choices for a delicious breakfast. The fantastic Oban distillery, restaurants and shops are just a short walk a way, making the location perfect ...
We had just the best time , the views from the hotel are breath taking and the hotel facilities are wonderful this was our second visit to the Spa Hotel on Mull and it won't be our last, the staff are lovely, so friendly and warm, they make the who experience heart warming, The food is delicious, ...
This is a country hotel (was a coaching inn) with comfortable rooms. Although the road outside could be busy at times, we were not disturbed by it - sound insulation was good. The bed and mattress were comfortable. Bathroom was a bit squishy with a door that jammed and limited rails for towels. Reception ...
Room was dark as no central light. Beds not very comfortable in need of new mattress. Walls a little thin too could here everything in next room That said the hotel manager was lovely and nothing was too much trouble and the food in the bar in the evening was very good would recommend the steak
Superb location next to the ferry with great views. Recently become a Vegan hotel which we were not aware of when booking. Interesting breakfast but I missed my bacon, eggs and beans. We were their very first guests and wish them good fortune with their new venture.
Scotland is home to a number of stunning regions, from its stately capital of Edinburgh to the upper-reaches of Aberdeenshire, but few places evoke Scotland’s rich cultural history like the region of Argyll and Bute. Anyone booking their stay at a hotel on the western coast of the mainland or in the Inner Hebrides will quickly find that the only thing that can match the storied past of places like Iona Abbey on the Isle of Iona, or Skipness Castle on the Kintyre Peninsula, is the serene and dramatic landscape, which includes snow-capped Munros like Ben Lomond, and white sandy beaches like those on the Isle of Tiree.
Anyone wanting to explore all the stunning beauty of Argyll and Bute will feel comfortable and cosy in a local three star hotel, which they can easily research and book with the easy-to-use Expedia search tool. Whether you’re staying in Tobermory on the Isle of Mull or Oban on the mainland, you’ll easily find accomodation that suits your needs.
Start planning your trip to Argyll and Bute today, and you’ll soon be experiencing all the pristine beauty of Scotland’s west coast.