Ardfern

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Tonight - Partly Cloudy
Minimum: 5C, Wind Direction: North Westerly
Wind: Good 21mph, Pressure: 1010mb, Sunset: 20:31 BST
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Tuesday - Light Rain
Maximum: 9C, Minimum: 4C
Wind: 19mph North Westerly, Visibility: Good, Pollution: Low, Sunrise: 06:12 BST, Sunset: 20:33 BST
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Wednesday - Light Cloud
Maximum: 10C, Minimum: 5C
Wind: 13mph North Westerly, Visibility: Good, Pollution: Low, Sunrise: 06:10 BST, Sunset: 20:35 BST
DateEventTimeHeight
Mon 15 AprLow Tide04:490.86m
Mon 15 AprHigh Tide10:041.56m
Mon 15 AprLow Tide16:590.84m
Mon 15 AprHigh Tide22:151.66m
Tue 16 AprLow Tide06:061.02m
Tue 16 AprHigh Tide12:481.44m
Tue 16 AprLow Tide18:080.94m
Tue 16 AprHigh Tide00:241.57m
Wed 17 AprLow Tide08:341.03m
Wed 17 AprHigh Tide14:271.51m
Wed 17 AprLow Tide19:310.94m
Thu 18 AprHigh Tide02:541.65m
Thu 18 AprLow Tide09:450.91m
Thu 18 AprHigh Tide15:201.63m
Thu 18 AprLow Tide20:560.84m
Fri 19 AprHigh Tide03:211.77m
Fri 19 AprLow Tide10:240.79m
Fri 19 AprHigh Tide15:501.77m
Fri 19 AprLow Tide21:520.7m
Sat 20 AprHigh Tide03:481.9m
Sat 20 AprLow Tide10:550.67m
Sat 20 AprHigh Tide16:161.91m
Sat 20 AprLow Tide22:330.57m
Sun 21 AprHigh Tide04:202.03m
Sun 21 AprLow Tide11:230.57m
Sun 21 AprHigh Tide16:472.05m
Sun 21 AprLow Tide23:080.46m
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THE TIDAL DATA ABOVE IS FOR LOCH BEAG.
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ARDFERN Nestling at the head of Loch Craignish, one of Scotland’s most beautiful sea lochs, Ardfern is amongst the most popular cruising areas on the west coast. It’s sheltered position, easy accessibility by road and the absence of tidal access problems or lock gates makes it the perfect location for relaxing local sailing or more exciting cruises to the Hebrides or St.Kilda. Ardfern dates back to 1778 and has a history steeped in nautical development. Built around an old pier that was once frequented by steamers and puffers, the village is the ideal place for visitors wanting to get away from it all. There is a good provisions store and a hotel with bar and restaurant. And as you would expect there are plenty of berths for visiting yachts. Onshore there are some superb walking opportunities and wonderful countryside which is home to some fabulous wildlife. Horse riding is also very popular and, as you would expect from a Scottish resort, the golf is superb. For anyone who relishes isolation with a few home comforts Ardfern comes highly recommended.
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Details & Reviews (0)Ardfern Yacht Centre Ltd
Boat Moorings, Boatyard, Marinas, Visitor Moorings, Wifi
Located towards the head of Loch Craignish at the Northern end of the Sound of Jura Ardfern Yacht Centre sits within an idyllic natural harbour. Whether on a pontoon berth or swinging mooring you will find the area sheltered from the worst of the weather no matter what the wind direction.
We have fully-serviced pontoon berths with water, electricity, lighting and free Wi-Fi access for vessels up to 70’ and a maximum draught of 3.5m. Ardfern Yacht Centre has around 80 pontoon berths with visitors pontoon berthing being provided on both sides of the pontoon systems outer walkways.

Address: Ardfern Yacht Centre Ltd, Ardfern by Lochgilphead, Argyll PA31 8QN

Phone: 01852 500247 - Email - Website - Map
Details & Reviews (0)Cuilfail Hotel
Accommodation, Wifi
Cuilfail Hotel
Nestling at the foot of rolling hills, Cuilfail Hotel is a splendid former drovers inn and one of the oldest purpose built hotels on the west coast. The hotel was originally built as a drovers’ inn, however the majority of the hotel was built during the Victorian era and many features of that period have been preserved. The name Cuilfail (pronounced “cool-fail”) in Gaelic appropriately means “Sheltered Corner”.
The main part of the hotel was built in the 1883, the drovers inn is much older and part of it is now our cosy and unique bar. The hotel was built to provide for the fishing in the many hill lochs of the area.

Address: cuilfail hotel, Kilmelford, By Oban PA34 4XA

Phone: 01852 200274 Fax: 01852 200264 - Email - Website - Map
Details & Reviews (0)Cuilfail Hotel
Bars & Inns, Restaurants
Cuilfail Hotel
The Cuilfail Hotel Bar interior is considered of national importance.
As a result of CAMRA's ( CAMPAIGN FOR REAL ALE ) pioneering efforts to identify and help protect our countries historic pub interiors, we have the honour of being awarded a place in the Historic Pub Guide.
The Bar, featuring an open fire, and the original stone walls and floor, stocks a wide range of ales, liqueurs, Scottish Gins and malt whiskies, naturally specialising in those originating from the west coast of Scotland and the Western Isles.

Address: Cuilfail Hotel, Kilmelford, By Oban PA34 4XA

Phone: 01852 200274 Fax: 01852 200264 - Email - Website - Map
Details & Reviews (0)The Galley of Lorne Inn
Accommodation, Wifi
The Galley of Lorne Inn
The Galley of Lorne Inn, an historic hotel near Oban is the perfect location for exploring Argyll and the Western Isles.
Whisk yourself away to our award winning 17th Century Drovers Inn and one of the highest rated Oban & Argyll hotels on Tripadvisor nestled on the lochside in the picturesque village of Ardfern, on Scotland’s dramatic west coast.

Address: Ardfern, by Lochgilphead, Argyll PA31 8QN

Phone: 01852 500284 Fax: 01852 500578 - Email - Website - Map
Details & Reviews (0)The Galley of Lorne Inn
Bars & Inns, Restaurants
Our Restaurant and Function Room with its massive picture window gives all diners unparalleled, breathtaking views across Loch Craignish. It is bright, friendly and unusually spacious, capable of seating 120 guests for events.
With a menu to rival any restaurant in Oban, the Galley of Lorne offers delicious and stylish dining. Enjoy pre or post dinner or dram of whisky drinks on our comfy sofas, alternatively stroll a few steps directly into the Lounge Bar in the company of our spectacular carved oak lions.

Address: Ardfern, by Lochgilphead, Argyll PA31 8QN

Phone: 01852 500284 Fax: 01852 500578 - Email - Website - Map
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