TighnabruaichCopyright Kenneth Hall

Tighnabruaich on the western Kyle of Bute is known for its marine activities, be they sail powered (it has a sailing school) or motorised, but also appeals to the artistic thanks to the lovely surroundings and its gallery focussing on contemporary Scottish art... Read More

Hotels in Tighnabruaich - 3 places to stay

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The Royal an Lochan

The Royal an Lochan

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The Royal an Lochan, offers 11 luxury en suite rooms, most having views over the stunning Kyles of Bute. With a friendly service, free wifi and great food either in ... More | visit website

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Kilfinan Hotel (0.71 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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Colintraive Hotel (3.83 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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Stonefield Castle Hotel (7.07 miles)

Stonefield Castle Hotel

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Spoil yourself and stay in a Castle which is an outstanding example of Scottish baronial Architecture. Built in 1837 and in keeping with its unique situation and character, many of the original ... More

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Victoria Hotel (7.57 miles)

Victoria Hotel

Overlooking the harbour front in the village of Tarbert on the shores of loch fyne, this diminutive hotel offers dedicated, informal accommodation. Known through-out the village for its sunny yellow exterior, the Victoria Hotel can you ... More | visit website

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Glenburn Hotel (8.67 miles)

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 (8.76 miles)

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.

Our comfortable hotel is an elegant ... More | visit website
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St Ebba (8.76 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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Highland Cottage (8.89 miles)

Highland Cottage

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Amidst a glorious landscape of unspoilt wooded glens, fragmented coastline, stunning sea lochs and breathtaking bays, the delightful cottages at Home Farm nestle in a peaceful wooded ... More

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West Loch Hotel (9.88 miles)

West Loch Hotel

The West Loch Hotel dates from circa 1780, retaining many of its original features. This charming former Coaching Inn is now a modern hotel and restaurant offering fresh, distinctive, well-priced food along with comfortable rooms and wonderful views ... More | visit website

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Allt-Na-Craig House (10.88 miles)

Allt-Na-Craig House

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This elegant Victorian mansion has breathtaking views over Loch Fyne, and is superbly situated for touring the stunning Argyll region and beyond.Childhood home of Kenneth Grahame author of 'Wind in ... More

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