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How to get to the Standing Stones in Argyll

How to get to the Standing Stones in Argyll

Standing stones at Kilmartin Glen Located on the west coast of Scotland, Argyll is known for its natural, historical, and archaeological treasures. The most famous of which is arguably the network of standing stones and stone circles standing proud across the region....
Get Your Paddle On

Get Your Paddle On

Sea kayaking is one of the best ways to explore the magnificence of the west coast of Scotland. Rich in wildlife, stunning coastline, sheltered waters, islands, beaches, and more, offering everything you might want from a world class kayaking destination. The Argyll...
Walk Around Argyll

Walk Around Argyll

Argyll is a beautiful area, with lots to explore. Walks can be a great way to discover interesting details about Argyll and to see some of the beautiful views. These are just some brief details about a few of the walks near the Hotel – please take a detailed map...
Gone Fishing

Gone Fishing

Argyll and the Isles is unique. We have been telling you about it over and over again and sharing the wonderful images of this beautiful part of the world but you really have to see it to believe it. With 23 inhabited islands and miles of mainland coast, rivers, sea...
“Bagging” a winter Munro

“Bagging” a winter Munro

If one of your new year resolutions is to get out into the hills more and maintain your mountain fitness, you might want to consider tying in a stay at Loch Melfort with a little trip up to Ben Cruachan, by Loch Awe, to bag yourself a winter Munro. What is a Munro...