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Galley of Lorne Inn

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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, on Scotland's dramatic west coast. Spend your days exploring castles, beaches and gardens. Perhaps take a woodland walk or discover a Hebridean Island or two from nearby Oban Harbour. Make Ardfern your base for exploring mid-Argyll, the Inner Hebrides and the west coast of Scotland. After a full days adventure, relax on our lochside sundeck perhaps with a fine wine, whisky or real ale whilst contemplating whether to have the freshly landed seafood or the wonderful local beef for tonight's dinner. And when the day is done, retire to your bedroom safe in the knowledge that you've had a brilliant day...

Since taking over The Galley of Lorne Inn in December 2006, the owners Andrew and Sarah Stanton have refurbished all six hotel bedrooms to a high standard. Each room within the accommodation has been redesigned and decorated to offer our guests a warm and comfortable surrounding and all rooms feature: Double glazing, LCD TV, freeview satellite receiver, clock radio with ipod docking facility, wireless internet access, tea / coffee making facilities,comprehensive guest information folder together with information supplied by Landmark Press, hairdryer, bible, central heating, back-up electric heater, spare blanket and plenty of storage space.

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Number of Rooms: 6
Number Ensuite: 6
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