Lochgoilhead is a village located on the Cowal Peninsula in Argyll and Bute in the Scottish Highlands. It is located within Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park and is widely regarded as one of the most beautiful sites in Argyll and Scotland. The area is surrounded by several Corbetts in the Arrochar Alps, including Benn Donich, The Brack, and Cnoc Coinnich.
Lochgoilhead has been inhabited for more than 10,000 years.
There are Neolithic sites in the area, including traces of nearby cups and well-preserved corn kilns. The area is related to the history of the Campbell clan, who drove the Lamonts out of the site in the 14th century. Lochgoilhead was once an essential stop on the route between Glasgow and Inverary, as passengers will arrive by boat and continue to take the coach to St Catherine's, where they will board the second boat Crossing Foch Fyne.
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 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.