Really enjoyed my stay at Three Lochs. The place is spotless with updated rooms and shower facilities. There is a washer and dryer on site and the kitchen is very well stocked. Buses run every half hour to some great locations and within an hour ypu are at Loch Lamond area. Plenty of walking tails ...
Excellent staff & service in a beautiful location. Good food & drink. Would stay again.
We had a great holiday in Cobbler View (Crag Adam). The house is spacious, well equipped and views from the front of the house are to die for! Jocelyne is a great host and provided all the helpful information in advance which was really useful in planning our iteneary. Thanks and we hope to visit ...
We had a great weekend. David was easy to find, really friendly, made us a pot of tea on arrival, with chocolates. I would definitely recommend staying here.
Beautiful spot on the loch. Breakfast was delicious.
An amazing space to just be & chill out. B & B with decking, area with seating , cosy log cabin & spacious garden area overlooking tranquil loch. Seals can be seen bobbing about & red squirrels are a frequent visitor to the garden. The hosts are exceptionally welcoming and the breakfast includes ...
We spent an amazing 4 days at this place. Its nice and quiet with a spectacular view. The owners are very nice people.
Anyone who has ever visited the UK will know of the number of stunning occupied and ruined castles that can be found dotted throughout the land, and in the northern-most country of Scotland visitors will discover many of the most scenic. Find castles lying along the lochs and coastlines, and within the forests, cities, and moorlands of this beautiful landscape. If you’re looking to engage in a little outdoor exploration while you take in some of these remarkable buildings then the region of Argyll and Bute, which is home to marvellous sites like Skipness Castle on the Kintyre Peninsula, Duart Castle on the Isle of Mull, and Kilchurn Castle that sits on the waters of Loch Awe, might be the perfect destination for you.
The 15th century tower-house of Carrick Castle has recently been refitted with a new roof, just one more chapter in the numerous forms of construction that have taken place on this piece of land since a Viking fort was built here centuries ago. The castle was once home to Scotland’s most famous king, Robert the Bruce, and was visited by a number of important historical figures, including Mary Queen of Scots and King James VII.
If you want to start planning your trip to the Argyll and Bute region today, then consider booking your hotel and discovering local attractions by using the Expedia search tool now.
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