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County - Argyll | Map
Tel code: 01389 | code search
Postcode: G82 | code search
Population: 2000
Council: Argyll and Bute
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"Halfway between Dumbarton and Helensburgh, in the bosom of Argyll and Bute, lies village of Cardoss, the town where one of Scotlandís most iconic monarchs King Robert The Bruce died ..." More

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Cardross is a historic village by the River Clyde in Argyll and Bute, Scotland, situated two miles east of Helensburgh. Cardross is well-known as the village where Robert I died in 1329. Historically interesting features include Cardross Castle standing at the mouth of the River Leven three miles east of the village and the Chapel of Saint Mahew which dates from the 14th century which was restored in 1955. Cardross is surrounded by rivers, lochs, mountains, forests and beautiful scenery, there are hotels, inns, holiday parks, self-catering accommodation and plenty of places to eat in the area. The village has shops and amenities, a village hall and a railway station operating on the Drumgelloch to Helensburgh line. There is a bowling club, tennis courts and the Cardross Golf Course which opened in 1895 with spectacular views over the River Clyde. Attractions include Geilston Gardens; the National Trust gardens are set within the grounds of the 15th century Geilston House with greenhouses containing shrubs, fruit and vegetables. The Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park are nearby with the most southerly Munro, Ben Lomond, standing 973m high on the eastern shore. The Loch is a centre for many water-sports, boat charters, boat cruises, walking, fishing and nature-watching.

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Premier Inn Greenock (3.13 miles)

Premier Inn Greenock
Just off the A8, alongside the waterfront on the site of a former shipyard, this hotel boasts excellent views of the River Clyde. Conveniently located for Cartsdyke train station, enabling easy access to Glasgow. For ... More | visit website
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The County Hotel (3.40 miles)

The County Hotel
The town of Helensburgh is 20 miles west of Glasgow and 15 miles from Glasgow Airport. (40 mins drive). The town and the hotel are an ideal location for visitors to Glasgow, Loch Lomond and ... More | visit website
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The County Lodge Hotel (3.40 miles)

The County Lodge Hotel
The County Lodge Hotel is not far from breathtaking views of the Helensburgh seafront, our hotel is only a 10 minute drive away from Rhu Marina. If you are planning to visit family or friends ... More | visit website
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Sunnyside B & B (3.62 miles)

Sunnyside B & B
Sunnyside cottage was built in 1841 and is one of the oldest buildings in the area. It has a B&B history spreading back over 60 years. It boasts an AA 3 Star Rating.An ideal stopping ... More | visit website
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Tullie Inn (3.82 miles)

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The Tullie Inn is a 12 bedroom inn in the heartland of Scotland facing one of Scotland's most famous lochs - Loch Lomond. The Tullie Inn offers excellent hospitality, together ... More

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Cameron House Hotel on Loch Lomond (3.86 miles)

Cameron House Hotel on Loch Lomond
De Vere Hotel Cameron House on Loch Lomond is a stunning five star Scottish Baronial Mansion on the banks of Loch Lomond a perfectly located within Scotlandís first national park. An ideal base for those ... More | visit website
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Gleddoch House Hotel (3.99 miles)

Gleddoch House Hotel

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Best Western Gleddoch House Hotel takes you away from the bustle of the city, set within 360 acres with Breathtaking Panoramic Views of the Clyde Estuary, yet is uniquely situated ... More

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Palombos of Balloch (3.99 miles)

Palombos of Balloch
Palombos bed and breakfast is also ideally situated to allow access to all the major attractions Loch Lomond has to offer such as Loch Lomond cruises, golfing and concerts to name a few. Our ... More | visit website
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The Rowantree Tavern (4.00 miles)

The Rowantree Tavern
Located adjacent to the picturesque Loch Lomond on the edge of 'The Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park' in Western Scotland, The Rowantree Tavern offers a friendly warm welcome and traditional Scottish fayre. Enjoy ... More | visit website
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Innkeeper's Lodge Loch Lomond (4.03 miles)

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** ALL OUR RATES INCLUDE COMPLIMENTARY CONTINENTAL BUFFET BREAKFAST ** Situated on the edge of Loch Lomond next to the Balloch House Vintage Inn, this lodge is surrounded by some of the country's most stunningly ... More | visit website

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