B and Bs in Lochgilphead

Allt-Na-Craig House
Tarbert Road


PA30 8EP

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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 Ardrishaig, Argyll, we are well positioned for nearby activities, such as plentiful walks, horse riding, clay pigeon shooting, fishing, cycle hire the list is endless. Places of interest including Crinan Canal, Kilmartin House Museum with it's wonderful coffee shop and standing stones. For business travellers we are a stones throw away from the Argyll and Bute Council offices, minutes from the ferry terminals to Islay, Gigha and Arran. Oban is an hour up the road and is the gateway to the Western Isles. Allt-Na-Craig, the former childhod home of Kenneth Grahame, author of the famous novel Wind in the WIllows, is a superior five room accomodation consisting of superior double, standard double, twin, single and family room, we also have a cottage to the rear of the house to help accomodate larger parties. The licenced dining room serves home cooked food made from local ingredients on our lovely Red Aga. The drawing room with open fire and plentiful supply of reading material is an ideal place to unwind, often seen from the window are a family of red squirrels as they feed from the peanut feeder, dolphins, otters and seals in the loch, and deer wondering round the garden. Allt-Na-Craig is very much a home from home, children welcome and well behaved dogs by prior arrangement. Allt-Na-Craig House includes: Fabulous Aga home cooking Stunning Views Easy off road parking Excellent licensed restaurant Wireless Broadband Hotspot - ideal for guests to stay in touch

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