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The Pierhouse Hotel & Restaurant
Pierhouse
Port Appin

Appin
Argyll

PA38 4DE
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Situated in the quiet village of Port Appin, Argyll, on the shores of Loch Linnhe and surrounded by the spectacular raw beauty of the magnificent West Coast of Scotland, you can find The Pierhouse. With breathtaking views to the islands of Lismore and Mull, our intimate twelve bedroom hotel, bar and renowned seafood restaurant has won a fast-growing reputation as one of Argyll's most idyllic and romantic destinations. We pride ourselves on the freshness & quality of our seafood and local meats, sourcing most of our food locally. We strive to offer our guests something different - a personal and relaxed family atmosphere, stunning location and deliciously fresh food. The Pierhouse is perfectly placed for all guests to enjoy the beautiful wildlife and is ideal for all outdoor adventure activities that we can organise on your behalf. We are a favourite destination for country sports enthusiasts, in particular deer stalking and fly fishing, which we offer in the magnificent beauty and tranquillity of a small number of private estates. There are fantastic walks in the area with stunning historic sites such as Castle Stalker, making us a much loved escape for artists, novelists, outdoor enthusiasts and nature lovers, or for those simply wanting to relax in one of Scotland's most beautiful locations. We also offer a full range of hotel facilities including a Finnish sauna and excellent holistic treatments including therapeutic, aromatherapy, swedish and sports massage treatments for our guests to enjoy.

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