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Great location, comfortable room! This was a perfect place to land in Scotland!
Excellent place ,views terrific ,staff very friendly ,can't fault the place in any way
Great location on the bay. Staff really nice even charged my phone for me as I left my charger behind, bed huge and comfy will be back
Fabulous location. Outside ground floor rooms very noisy (you can hear everything above and next to you). Staff working very hard but too few to provide a top class service. Food in restaurant superb
Great location, tight parking and the bed was a bit squeaky but suited our needs perfectly. Fantastic breakfast and really friendly staff.
Portavadie is somewhat unusual. Our room was in a separate building. The accommodation was simple and pleasant but basic. The restaurant and spa are a short walk away. The restaurant food was very good and reasonably priced. The breakfast which was included was lovely. The spa and swimming pool are ...
Fantastic location and staff. Beautiful place and excellent breakfast.
Staffing very friendly and helpful. Location is beautiful
The west coast of Scotland is one of the country’s most visited holiday destinations as it brings together the natural beauty, historical sites, and outdoor activities that make Scotland renowned throughout the world. Just a short trip from the bustling city of Glasgow, the region of Argyll and Bute is replete with attractions visitors will enjoy, and there are few places that provide a more serene and relaxing environment than the Kintyre Peninsula.
Visitors to this idyllic finger of land stretching-out between the Isle of Arran and Jura, will enter through the town of Lochgilphead, whose Iron Age hillfort, Dunadd, was once the capital of the Dal Riata kingdom. The surrounding area is also home to a number of spectacular natural wonders from the waters of Loch Sween to the peat flats of Moine Mhor Nature Reserve.
The small town of Lochgilphead on the banks of Loch Gilp is the perfect place to stay during your regional exploration of the Kintyre Peninsula, and the local hotels provide easy access to southern attractions like Campbeltown and Carradale. For a more luxurious stay, where you can take advantage of top-class amenities, consider booking a four star hotel with the help of the Expedia search tool, and really treat yourself on this holiday.
The many sites and activities to enjoy in the Kintyre Peninsula and Argyll and Bute region, might mean your next trip is the first of many more to come.