RothesayCopyright Anne Burgess

The main town on Bute but still pretty quiet; set in a little bay, with Loch Ascog and Loch Fad behind, a castle at its centre and some fabulous views, Rothesay attracts visitors aplenty for good reason... Read More

Hotels in Rothesay - 3 places to stay

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Glenburn Hotel

Glenburn Hotel
Set in an outstanding position above its own terraced gardens, the Glenburn enjoys a superb panorama across the waters of Rothesay Bay to the Cowal Peninsula. The town's shops, harbour, medieval castle ruins and sporting ... More | visit website
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The Ardyne

The Ardyne
The Ardyne is situated in a prominent position on the seafront, five minutes by car from the main ferry, or a leisurely stroll for those leaving their cars at home.

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St Ebba (0.70 miles)

St Ebba
St.Ebba is a grand grade 2 listed victorian house. It sits over looking Rothesay bay. Enjoy the panoramic views from the lounge or dining room while having breakfast or merely admiring the view. This is ... More | visit website
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Colintraive Hotel (6.31 miles)

Colintraive Hotel

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Spectacular views across the Kyles of Bute to the island. Fully refurbished to high standard. Award winning chef. Superb bar meals infront of log fire of bar with great atmosphere. ... More

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Whin Park Guest House (7.65 miles)

Whin Park Guest House
Whin Park has been established for over 30years and provides high standards of service and excellent accommodation which have consistently seen it awarded 4 Stars by Visitscotland. A tasty Scottish breakfast, cooked to order and ... More | visit website
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Brisbane House Hotel (7.80 miles)

Brisbane House Hotel

The Brisbane House boasts stunning seafront views and has recently completed a total refurbishment. We offer panoramic views from our 150seat Henrys Restaurant has floor to ceiling thermo glass and serves menus with european influences along side traditional ... More | visit website

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Glendarroch (8.21 miles)

Glendarroch

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Glendarroch is a family run 3 star bed & breakfast (B&B) in the sunny seaside town of Largs, Ayrshire, Scotland. The accommodation is located on Irvine Road, only two minutes ... More

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Abbot's Brae (8.24 miles)

Abbot

Nestled high amongst established woodland with sensational views over the Firth of Clyde and surrounded by some of the most breathtaking scenery you will ever see, Abbots Brae has earned for itself an enviable reputation ... More | visit website

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Kilfinan Hotel (8.30 miles)

Kilfinan Hotel
Kilfinan Hotel has been welcoming travellers since the 1760s. The spectacular Highland scenery on the eastern shores of Loch Fyne, Scotland's longest sea loch, and the peaceful, unhurried lifestyle of the area make it a ... More | visit website
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No.62 Bed & Breakfast (8.33 miles)

No.62 Bed & Breakfast
Fresh and Contemporary bed and Breakfast Accommodation in Largs. No.62 B&B has recently been renovated and offers bed and breakfast accommodation in Largs, Ayrshire. We are centrally located with easy access to the Largs Marina, ... More | visit website
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Tighnabruaich Hotel (8.35 miles)

Tighnabruaich Hotel
Small family run with large rooms overlooking the Kyles of bute.This Highland Village is like being back in time with it`s unspoilt nature and stunning vieuws, excellent for many outdoor activities(sailing windsurf golfcycling hiking tennis ... More | visit website
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Glenmorag Hotel (8.35 miles)

Glenmorag Hotel

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Glenmorag Hotel, Dunoon has 75 rooms and is stands in its own grounds in an elevated position overlooking the firth of Clyde. All bedrooms are en suite and have television ... More

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