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West Loch Hotel
Tarbert
Argyll

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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 over West Loch Tarbert.

Set at the top of the spectacular Kintyre Peninsula West Loch Hotel overlooks the sea loch from which it takes its name a perfect base from which to explore Kintyre itself, the islands of Arran, Islay, Ghia, and Jura and miles of stunning coastline in this beautiful part of Scotland.

The road to Kintyre offers plenty of interest. Crinan, Canal, used by the 19th-century Loch Fyne herring fleet, is now almost exclusively recreational. It marks the boundary of Knapdale, with gentle scenery, mediaeval stone carvings and Castle Sween. Beyond Tarbert, the road down the peninsula to Campbeltown boasts views west to Islay, Gigha and Jura.

Ferry, ferry close!
The West Loch Hotel is easily accessible to ferries for Islay at Kennecraig, Arran at Claonaig and Gigha at Tayinloan. www.calmac.co.uk

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Number of Rooms: 7
Number Ensuite: 7
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