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Tarbert accommodation can be scarce, especially in the summer months and in during the many festival weekends that occur here throughout the year. Booking in advance ensures that your stay in Tarbert is secure. The links from this website are directly to the accommodation providers themselves and they look forward to your enquiry.
We aim to make your stay with us as comfortable as possible. All of our bedrooms have private en-suite shower rooms, tea and coffee making facilities, hairdryers and wall mounted flat screen tv’s with satellite television. There is also direct access to the garden from the first floor where guests are welcome to sit out in our peaceful and secluded garden. Breakfast is served in our bright and airy dining room where you have a choice of a full Scottish breakfast or lighter options.
All bedrooms are en-suite with showers; king-sized beds, and flat-screen TV’s with independent Sky TV viewing. Tea and coffee making facilities are available in each room. We offer a light breakfast consisting of quality fresh fruit and juices; cereals; yogurts; toast, tea and filtered coffee. Locally sourced seasonal produce as available.
We offer B&B accommodation at Springside in Tarbert - a beautiful fishing village on the west coast of Scotland situated on Loch Fyne which is within easy reach of the richly historic areas of Kilmartin and Kintyre.
Springside is also very conveniently located for the ferries to Islay, Jura, Colonsay, Gigha, Arran and the Cowal Peninsula.
Our Bed and Breakfast in Tarbert is graded 4 Star by Visit Scotland and has three double rooms, two twin rooms and a single room. All the rooms have their own facilities and are beautifully furnished and decorated. Four of the rooms have harbour views. Struan House was originally built in 1846 as a small hotel.Today, it still retains the charm and character you would hope to find in a harbour side dwelling, with great views across the harbour.
Overlooking picturesque Tarbert harbour and within a 10 minute drive to the ferry terminal for Islay (Kennacraig) this magnificently refurbished Victorian town house with our tastefully furnished bedrooms is a must stay for your visit to the historic county of Argyll. Knap Guest House is Visit Scotland 4 star rated. All bedrooms are equipped with satellite television, free wifi and are ensuite with top class fittings and showers.
The Moorings Bed and Breakfast is a traditional stone-built fisherman's cottage situated within the quiet fishing village of Tarbert, Lochfyne, Argyll. The cottage has stunning views out across the harbour entrance and across Lochfyne and an idyllic garden were you can relax. Only a 2 minute walk to all local amenities, the village of Tarbert is host to several restaurants and pubs where fresh local seafood can be experienced.
Conveniently located on the picturesque harbourside in Tarbert, the Anchor Hotel is easily accessible to all, be it by land or sea. Our location, in the heart of Argyll, is an ideal stopping off point for travels further on to the Isles of Islay, Jura and Gigha, or the perfect destination after a day at sea. We are in a great area for walkers embarking on the Kintyre Trail, or equally for Scotch connoisseurs sampling the Whisky Trail.
45Situated between the Portavadie ferry slip & the Columba Hotel, Heathfield West is a Victorian semi-villa typical of Clyde Coast architecture of that era giving the house a feeling of space and calm.
Pier Road is not a through road and so there is very little traffic offering peace and quiet to our visitors.
Dunivaig is a beautiful Scottish Baronial style family home situated in a quiet location with 3 rooms with stunning views overlooking Loch Fyne on the Kintyre peninsula. Cyclists & Walkers welcome. Drying facilities, Wifi available. Close to local ferries of Arran, Cowel peninsula, Gigha, Islay & Jura. Walking distance of the fishing village of Tarbert & seafood restaurants.
The Cuillins is a welcoming and friendly Tarbert Bed & Breakfast overlooking Tarbert Church and Tarbert Bowling Club. We have two double rooms and a twin room, all of which are en-suite and furnished to high standards. Complimentary shower creams are supplied in all bathrooms, with tea and coffee in each bedroom. Our visitors lounge and breakfast room is great for socialising or watching television, or even reading not to mention our fantastic breakfasts in the morning!
We have recently added some lovely contemporary & stylish en-suite bedrooms directly above the restaurant.
The rooms are ideal for dining guests and hillwalkers heading off on the Kintyre Way or for travellers heading for the Islay, Arran, Jura or Gigha Ferry or exploring Kintyre.
Beyond its interior splendor, the castle is set in 60 acres of woodland gardens, lapped by the shores of Loch Fyne. It is based just two miles from the idyllic fishing village of Tarbert, one of the most attractive villages on the Mull of Kintyre peninsula.
The hotel has 32 individually and tastefully decorated en suite bedrooms, with views over the gardens and Loch Fyne.
We are located in an idyllic setting on the shores of Loch Fyne in the heart of Argyll. In our grounds stands the old smokehouse where Loch Fyne Kippers were originally produced. This building has been renovated but the old smokery has been retained. An ideal base for touring the area, we are within easy travelling distance of the ferries to the local Islands. There are many local attractions to see and many areas of historic interest to visit
The West Loch Hotel dates from circa 1780, retaining many of its original features. This charming former Coaching Inn is now a modern hotel and restaurant offering fresh, distinctive, well-priced food along with comfortable rooms and wonderful views over West Loch Tarbert. An unspoilt landscape of glens and bays, the traditional kingdom of the Scots, the cradle of early Gaelic culture and home to some of Scotland's most sought-after and distinctive malt whiskies - Mid-Argyll, Kintyre and Islay are all these and more.