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3 Star Hotels in Campbeltown, Scotland

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Ashbank Hotel

Ashbank Hotel

Carradale, Campbeltown
3.0 out of 5.0
3.7 out of 5 (6 reviews)
Lovely hostsWe stayed two nights and it was fine, the hosts couldn't have been more welcoming, helpful and kind. It's only their second season and I think they are gradually upgrading and redecoraying. The room was clean, newly painted and new beds arrived as we did. I think it's only fair to say that the ensuite ...
  13 Apr 2017

£62

£62
Craigard House Hotel

Craigard House Hotel

Low Askomil, Campbeltown
3.0 out of 5.0
4.3 out of 5 (23 reviews)
Good hotelGreat views from hotel. Plenty of parking. Very good breakfast with lots of choice.
  19 May 2017

£77

£77
Carradale Hotel

Carradale Hotel

Argyll, Campbeltown
3.0 out of 5.0
4.0 out of 5 (10 reviews)
Super friendly. Made you feel right at homeWe arrived late The owner/ chef whipped up special dinner for us three stragglers which was quite delicious. Great location on bluff overlooking golf course and Kintyre loch- ocean view!! Tucked away in a quaint Scottish community. Super. Go visit.
  12 Jun 2017

£67

£67
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Pocket Guide: 3 stars Hotels in Campbeltown

On the Kintyre peninsula’s southern tip, visitors to Scotland will find the welcoming area of Campbeltown. Known as the Whisky Capital of the World and boasting attractions that tell its fascinating medieval history, it’s a great place to have an authentic Scottish experience.

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Family Activities in Campbeltown

Davaar Island and Crucifixion Cave is a site that can be accessed via a causeway during low tides. Stroll around the historical island’s beaches then admire the cave painting of the Crucifixion that was secretly done by a local artist in the late 1800s. There is also a lighthouse at the northernmost point of the isle.

Then explore Machrihanish Bay, a three mile beach that is full of activity. It attracts surfers, windsurfers and swimmers. Animal lovers might prefer to spot seals lazing around on the rocks or wild goats trotting around rocky crags in the Gauldrons area. The Machrihanish Seabird and Wildlife Observatory is also nearby for some serious birdwatching in a beautiful setting. Look out for over 200 species including Grey Phalarope, Balearic Shearwater and Sabine's Gull.