"Otter Ferry is located on the East Shore of Loch Fyne, just north of Otter Spit. The Oystercatcher is a pub and restaurant right on the beach with an amazing beer garden overlooking the visitor moorings and pontoon. We have a professional chef proprietor and a superb supply of fresh seafood and other locally source produce including real ales. A good pontoon offers easy access by tender or small boat at all states of the tide. There are 15 swinging moorings with free wireless internet access."
Address: The Oystercatcher, Otter Ferry, Tighnabruaich, Argyll, PA21 2DH
Melldalloch Holiday Lodges are hidden away in a quite nature reserve surrounded by the Kyles of Bute.
The Self Catering Lodges are fully furnished, including SKY TV, Kitchen with hob, microwave, coffee-maker, with Cot and Highchair available on request.
The Lodges consist of 2 bedrooms for 4 people, and 3 bedroom for 6 people, being ideal for boat crews, families, cyclists and walkers or anyone for that matter who is after a peaceful relaxing break or forced stopover.
Only 10 minute drive from Portavadie Marina.
Ardlamont House is set in spectacular surroundings with unmatched sea views and a mile and a half of private beach.
We can provide luxurious accommodation for groups of 24 Guests or in smaller annexes for 4 or 6 guests
Superb venue for Yacht crews,Weddings,Retreats,Christmas and New Year revelries, Conferences and a variety of Group Activities.
The Venue can be available either as Self-Catering or Serviced.
Equestrian Centre offering Carriage Driving and Tuition and Hacking , Beach Rides or quiet lanes.
Bunk House Accomodation, bring your own horse / ponies.
Full residential packages or self contained Holiday Cottages
Delicatessen, Newsagent, Off Licence, Provisions, Takeaway Food
The shop prides it's self in fresh fruit & vegetables, Isle of Bute meats as well as offering a great range of general groceries, wines, spirits, tobacco, toiletries, newspapers & much more.
Duncans were recently awarded the Neighbourhood Shop of the year for the whole of Scotland. The award ceremony was held at the Glasgow Hilton and Duncans beat stiff competition to win this prestigious award.
Address: Duncans Village Store, Park House, Kames, Tighnabruaich, Argyll, PA21 2AD
All meals are taken in the original elegant dining room overlooking the Kyles and Isle of Bute. With the ornate cornicing, beautiful ceiling rose and superb Victorian fireplace, which when chilly outside provides a warming log fire complementing the cast iron radiators, a more welcoming restaurant is hard to imagine.
Address: The Wardroom Restaurant, Shore Road, Tighnabruaich, PA212EB
nspired by the true elegance and tradition of the sailing era of the late 19th and early 20th centuries rooms are named after the famous J class racing yachts, many of which have since been restored to their original opulent condition. Some say even better! In the late 1930’s local man, Chester Currie was lucky enough to sail on Endeavour 1 and to be the only Scot in a crew of twenty six sailing on Velsheda. After racing all around the British Isles the final race of the season finished on the Clyde.
In each room you will see superb prints of the appropriate J Class yacht by the renowned artist, Tim Thompson.
The Colintraive Hotel is hidden away on Argyll's Secret Coast in the quiet village of Colintraive. Located within a Designated Area of Outstanding Beauty on the edge of The Loch Lomond National Park, we are less than 2 hours from Glasgow. We are also a great stopping place on the road to Arran, Islay, Jura, Gigha and Kintyre.
The Colintraive Hotel has 4 lovely bedrooms, contemporary new ensuites, super comfy beds and stunning sea views across to the Island of Bute. Sailors are welcome to use our sailors' facilities and our 6 moorings located close to the hotel. We have capacity from 15 - 65 tones.