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This hotel was everything we expected and more from the Scottish highlands. Our room was very spacious and extremely clean. Hotel staff were friendly and very helpful.
We have just spent two nights at The Lodge in one of the Munroe rooms. Very spacious and comfortable with a great view of the Loch. Good parking facilities right outside rooms (which are in a separate building to the main hotel). Room was larger than expected with a seating area and open plan bathroom ...
First let me say our overall stay at the hotel was very good, but the value for the money? When we arrived at check in late afternoon, I was at first shocked when they told me that we could not have the cottage which we had reserved. However they graciously upgraded us to two upstairs rooms with ...
The United Kingdom is replete with beautiful regions that feature an array of stunning landscapes and unique local cultural histories. In Scotland, the west-coast region of Argyll and Bute, with its coastal-cliffs, collection of Hebridean Islands, quaint seaside towns, idyllic countryside, and traditional Scottish hotels, B&Bs, and guesthouses, makes for the perfect destination for anyone looking for a little tranquility and scenic beauty.
Whether you’re hoping to discover some of the country’s great historic sites, like the ruined 15th century Kilchurn Castle in Dalmally, or want to enjoy delicious fresh seafood and a classic tasting whisky at the Oban Distillery in Oban, you will quickly discover that the region of Argyll and Bute is home to enough features and activities to satisfy all.
If you happen to be planning your visit to Argyll and Bute and are looking for the perfect mix of luxury and comfort, then consider booking your stay at a local four star hotel, which you can easily do by using Expedia search tool.
The breathtaking sites, sounds, and tastes of one of Scotland’s most cherished regions are waiting for you to discover them in Argyll and Bute.