The Stables B&B

A Bed and Breakfast in Crinan Canal

Photo - The Stables B&B

The property is a converted stable block, which previously formed part of a 19th century hunting lodge.

This rural location is ideal for touring, wildlife, history and archaeology, cycling and walking, horse riding and fishing, art and photography, or just total relaxation.

Our guests have access to a private lounge with log burning stove and comfortable furnishings - yours to relax in and enjoy. The two spacious bedrooms both have en-suite facilities.

The Stables B&B is open from 1st March until 30th November.

The Stables B&B

Guest Facilities

  • 2 x
  • Parking on site
  • Sitting Room
  • Continental Breakfast
Achnamara
Lochgilphead
Argyll
PA31 8PX
T 01546 850276

Please tell the owners you found them through Private House Stays

The Rooms

  • Photo - Knapdale Room
    Knapdale Room
    Type:
    Capacity: 3 + 2* adults
    Bathroom: Ensuite Shower
    In Room: Safe, Wifi, Kettle, TV. The Knapdale Room is spacious with a double bed and comfortable seating when used as a double room. Up to three low single beds can be utilised when the room is configured as a family room
  • Photo - Seafield Room
    Seafield Room
    Type:
    Capacity: 3 adults
    Bathroom: Ensuite Shower
    In Room: Safe, Wifi, Kettle, TV. The Seafield Room is a bright and airy room equipped with a double and a single bed making it ideal for use as a twin or double room

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Location

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The Private House Stay's Guide

Crinan Canal

Although the Crinan Canal is only nine miles long it is wonderfully picturesque throughout and is recommended for boating and for walking on the good tow-path beside. It is another Victorian masterpiece from the days before trains and roads solved transport problems. It runs between Ardrishaig (just south of Lochgilphead) on Loch Fyne and Crinan, which leads out to the Inner Hebridean Islands and the Atlantic, and was built to avoid shipping having to make the journey round the Mull of Kintyre. It is open from 8.30am to 5.30pm 7 days a week in the summer but closed at weekends in the winter.