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We 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 ...
Stayed at this hotel on the 27/12/2017 very clean and tidy! One complaint was room was very cold but putting it down to the time of year...We were the only two people staying that night.But staff where very attentive to our need! Would definitely recommend this hotel to family and friends for the ...
Scotland is home to a rich variation of topography, from its stretches of dramatic seaside cliffs to its famous Munros, and by staying at a Highland hotel, B&B or guesthouse, you will give yourself access to wonderful trekking and mountaineering routes. On the Kintyre Peninsula, outdoor enthusiasts will find a wealth of great sports activities and games available to them, including everything from historical links golf courses, such as Machrihanish Golf Club, to pony trekking through the local forests and beaches.
In the south of the Kintyre Peninsula sits the port-town of Campbeltown, home to three of Scotland’s premier whisky distilleries along with delicious and fresh local seafood. Visitors to this quaint town will have easy access to local trekking routes, and can also use the peninsula for a jumping-off point to the Hebrides, which are home to some of the world’s best windsurfing spots. Local historical sites in Campbeltown include 13th century ruins such as Saddell Abbey and Skipness Castle.
For the best accommodation to base your Kintyre Peninsula and Hebridean adventure travel from, be sure to book your stay at a local adventure sport hotel, which you can easily find using the Expedia search tool.