Hotel Accommodation in Campbeltown
Guide providing hotel and guest accommodation in Campbeltown. Our directory contains detailed information for cheap hotel rooms, bed and breakfast, luxury and discount accommodation deals.
The Argyll Hotel offers a nice home from home friendly family style atmosphere, having eight comfortably furnished room's, ranging from Single, Twin or Double. Each with en suite facilities, colour television and hospitality tray. The rooms are fully centrally heated and double glazed, with most of them enjoying spectacular views across the Atlantic Seaboard, Islay, Jura and Gigha, not to mention the
The Ashbank is a family owned and run hotel in the picturesque fishing village of Carradale on the east coast of the Kintyre peninsula, with views across the Kilbrannan Sound to Arran and Ailsa Craig. Kintyre, is a secluded peninsula on the west of Scotland is forty miles long and eight miles wide and has eighty miles of superb beaches. Away from the main tourist routes it retains a natural beauty,
Marcus and Morag Adams, resident proprietors, extend a warm welcome to their guests at the Carradale Hotel. Set in its own private garden, with views across to the Isle of Arran, the centrally heated hotel has comfortable rooms all with colour television, tea & coffee making facilities and en-suite bathrooms. Carradale itself is an ideal base for exploring the Kintyre Peninsula and its neighbouring
Dunvalanree, a small non-smoking hotel in Carradale on the Mull of Kintyre, is an ideal centre to explore places like Gigha, Machrihanish and Campbeltown, following in the footsteps of kings and saints and Viking warriors as well as further afield the coasts and islands of Argyll. Dunvalanree is a founding member of the SeaFood Trail as featured on TV. After dinner enjoy a Springbank whisky and fall
The Hunting Lodge Hotel is a family owned and run hotel about 9 miles from Campbeltown on the Kintyre peninsular. The hotel is the former hunting lodge of the Duke of Argyll, it is situated right on the shore with unspoilt views over the Atlantic Ocean to the Islands of Gigha, Islay and Jura. The Hotel is with easy reach of excellent golf courses, stunning scenery, pretty harbourside towns and plentiful
Conveniently situated mid way between Aberdeen and Inverness, on the beautiful Moray Firth Coast line. This popular spot is well known for having a class of its own. The hotel has a vehicle perfect for collecting up to six passengers from either local airports or railway stations. The Seafield Arms Hotel stands proudly in the heart of Cullen. Built by the Earl of Seafield in 1822 and restored in 1972