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Coylet Inn
Loch Eck
Argyll

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Originally called "The Loch Eck Inn" this 17th Century Coaching Inn is situated on the shores of Loch Eck, said by some to be the prettiest in Scotland. Owned and run by Sam & Ro Copson and their team of dedicated, friendly staff, you can be assured of a warm welcome, great food and fantastic hospitality in tranquil and historic surroundings.

Situated in Scotland's National Park, just one hour west of Glasgow, we welcome stressed city dwellers looking to get away from it all, "outdoor types" who, after a spot of walking, fishing, cycling or stalking, value a good meal and maybe a drink by the cosy log fires, couples seeking that romantic hideaway, or simply those looking for some traditional Scottish hospitality and a fabulous full Scottish breakfast!

The Coylet has 3 double rooms and 1 twin, and has been awarded 3 Diamonds by visit Scotland, and 4 AA diamonds. Access to our well appointed, en-suite accommodation, is via a charming original staircase, which be warned is quite steep! 3 of our rooms have spectacular Loch views, the 4th has views to the rear of the hotel up into the Glen.

Whether you decide to dine in the restaurant, enjoy a drink in the bar, stay for a relaxing break, or even get married here! The Coylet Inn team look forward to welcoming you in the near future.

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Ratings/Awards: Visit Scotland 3 Diamonds
AA 4 Diamonds
Number of Rooms: 4
Number Ensuite: 4
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