ArdfernCopyright Anne Burgess

Ardfern definitely qualifies as out-of-the-way, a pretty village down the narrow road along the north shore of Loch Craignish, possibly easier to reach for the yachties using the marinia here... Read More

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Went to Ardfern every summer as a child until I ...More

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Hotels in Ardfern - 2 places to stay

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Galley of Lorne Inn

Galley of Lorne Inn

The perfect location for short breaks exploring Argyll and the Islands of Scotland's West Coast
Whisk yourself away to our award winning 17th Century Drovers Inn nestled on the lochside in the picturesque village of Ardfern, ... More | visit website

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Loch Melfort Hotel & Restaurant (3.88 miles)

Loch Melfort Hotel & Restaurant

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The finest location on the West Coast awaits visitors to this award-winning hotel. Personally run by the owners, with friendly and attentive staff, this is the perfect place for a ... More | visit website

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Cuilfail Hotel (5.57 miles)

Cuilfail Hotel

A traditional, family run Argyll Inn built in the Victorian era, located near to the shores of Loch Melfort. The Cuilfail Hotel has a long tradition of offering highland hospitality to visitors who wish to ... More | visit website

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Crinan Hotel (6.12 miles)

Crinan Hotel
The Crinan Hotel is renowned for its fantastic location, the Crinan Seafood Bar and the Westward Restaurant both serving Scottish seafood, the freshest of shellfish and the best of Scotland's meat and seasonal produce.

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The Cairnbaan (8.42 miles)

The Cairnbaan
Welcome to Cairnbaan Hotel, a stylish, relaxed and pleasant place that has been awarded three stars and a rosette with the AA. Cairnbaan is also among only 12 Hotels given the status of Scotland's Heritage ... More | visit website
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Lochgair Hotel (11.21 miles)

Lochgair Hotel
The Lochgair Hotel is a family run hotel which is situated on the shore of Loch Fyne between Inverarary and Lochgilphead with Furnace, Minard Castle and Port ann close by ,also a short drive to ... More | visit website
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Allt-Na-Craig House (12.42 miles)

Allt-Na-Craig House
Allt-Na-Craig House offers a superb standard of accommodation in all of its en-suite bedrooms, with views either over Loch Fyne and Loch Gilp, or our well tended gardens. Situated in the old fishing village of ... More | visit website
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Allt-Na-Craig House (12.42 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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Knipoch Hotel (12.83 miles)

Knipoch Hotel
Knipoch is a luxury Country House Hotel situated 6 miles South of Oban overlooking Loch Feochan, ideally situated for touring Argyllshire and the Islands. Castles, Gardens and Historic Monuments abound in the area, and ... More | visit website
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Cologin Country Chalets & Lodges (13.09 miles)

Cologin Country Chalets & Lodges
Our family run self catering chalets, lodges, cottages and private houses are tucked away in Lerags Glen just 2.5 miles south of the bustling seaside town of Oban – ‘Gateway to the Isles’. Nestled between ... More | visit website
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Braeside Guesthouse (14.06 miles)

Braeside offers superb views of the hills of Mullach Ban and Craeg Mhor. Situated three miles from the delightful port of Oban the "Gateway to the Isles" Jon and Cherry Freeman offer a warm welcome ... More | visit website

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