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The Kilcamb
Strontian
Argyll

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Kilcamb Lodge is a beautiful Country House Hotel, nestling on the shores of Loch Sunart in 22 acres of private grounds with half a mile of shoreline at the bottom of the garden. Nature and wildlife at its best, fine food and luxurious accommodation can be enjoyed in this peaceful retreat where otters and red deer are regular visitors. Golden Eagles, Sea Eagles, Pine Martens, as well as an infinite variety of sea birds abound and the grounds offer a myriad of wild flowers in the Spring and Summer months.

The hotel Restaurant offers fine dining at 2 AA Rosettes in its romantic candle-lit dining room. Service here is slick but un-pretentious and you’ll find the staff friendly and hospitable.

Owners, Sally & David Ruthven-Fox, offer a warm welcome and have made many improvements during the past few years, adding 2 new suites and upgrading existing rooms resulting in 3 AA red Stars and “Inspectors Choice” for 2009/10. Other awards include entry in the Good Food Guide for the past 15 years, The Good Hotel Guide, Visit Scotland 4 stars, Hotel Review Scotland Gourmet Plate, Eat Scotland Silver award for excellent cuisine

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Ratings/Awards: AA 3 Red Stars
VisitScotland 4 Stars
Number of Rooms: 10
Number Ensuite: 10
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Restaurant

Chef: Gary Phillips
Awards: Good Food Guide
AA 2 Rosettes
Hotel Review Scotland Gourmet Plate
Good Food Guide - Food score of 5
Visit Scotland - Silver Award for culinary excellence

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