Discover Argyll and more
Argyll stretches from Ayrshire in the South along the Western seaboard with Greater Glasgow to the East and the Fort William area to the North. Theoretically, Argyll includes the Western Isles, but the Islands are often separated because of their different cultural identity. Much of the area has been developed in the past by Glasgow merchants, who built houses overlooking the entrance to the Clyde. It is wonderfully diverse area of industrial and natural heritage with efficient ferries connecting the various peninsulas and islands and many festivals staged throughout the year.
The Mash Tun
The Mash Tun, Aberlour, in the heart of the whisky trail, is an ideal place to sample some of the best whiskies that Speyside has to offer whilst enjoying a great view of the Spey.
Isobel and Alan Graham, welcome you to their small, and intimate hotel and restaurant where you can enjoy some of the finest food in the Hebrides.
The Castle Inn
..Located in the picturesque village of Dirleton, is the Castle Inn. Our cosy family-run Hotel is the perfect place to stay or simply celebrate a special occasion. ......we hope you enjoy your visit!
The Old Mill Inn Brodie
The Old Mill Inn Brodie is an AA 4 Gold Star Restaurant with Rooms in Brodie, a historic village in the Scottish Highlands. Our country setting, featuring an Award-Winning AA Rosette Restaurant Hearth, is a short distance from historical Brodie Castle and a brief stroll to the celebrated shopping destination Brodie Countryfare.
Things to do in Argyll
Located in Inveraray, Argyll, and Bute, Scotland, Inveraray Jail is a 19th-century prison and courthouse. The building was used as a prison from 1820 to 1889 and is now a living museum.
Located about 2 kilometers north of Kilmartin, in Argyll and Bute, Carnasserie Castle is a ruined tower house from the 16th century, the home of the first Protestant Bishop of the Isles, Master John Carswell. Famous for its Renaissance details, with its five-story tower house and delicate carvings. From the parapets, you can enjoy the stunning view down Kilmartin Glen towards marked rocks, cairns, and standing stones, some of which you can see from the tower.
Reiki with Suzz
Reiki is a non-invasive, gentle yet powerful natural healing energy that brings your body back into balance and leaves you feeling truly relaxed after a Reiki session.
Beside the Sound of Jura in Argyll lies the Arduaine garden, a beautiful 20-acre ground of flowers and shrubbery.
Inveraray Castle is a castle located northeast of the small town of Inveraray, Scotland. It is the stronghold of the head of the southern branch of the Campbell clan, the Duke of Argyll.
Westport Beach in Argyll is one of the most beautiful beaches on Scotland's west coast. Stretching for 10km, Westport Beach is set against the backdrop of the Machrihanish Dunes, a Site of Scientific Interest (SSSI) and the largest area of dunes in Argyll. Popular with surfers and dog walkers, Westport Beach is also a wonderful place to relax and have a picnic. The beach is nestled next to Machrihanish Golf Course, one of the best golf courses in the UK.
Springbank Distillery Tour
Springbank is one of the last active whisky distilleries in the Campbeltown area of the Mull of Kintyre in Scotland. Springbank is part of the few distilleries still owned by one family.
Bidean Nam Bian (Munro)
Bidean Nam Bian, located south of Glen Coe, Highland, Scotland, is the highest point in the ancient county of Argyll. It is a complex mountain with many subsidiary ridges and peaks, one of which, Stob Coire Sgreamhach, is classified as a separate Munro.
Old Lachlan Castle
Old Castle Lachlan stands on the coast of Loch Fyne, it was built in the 15th century by Clan Lachlan as their ancestral seat. Now a ruin, Old Castle Lachlan is a wonderful reminder of Scotland’s history and a perfect place to visit for a picnic or scenic look at the gorgeous Loch Fyne.