Connel bed and breakfast providers and for the surrounding area including Benderloch and North Connel for Hotels, Guest Houses, B&B and other accommodation establishments.
Connel with the stunning bridge over the Falls of Lora is just five miles from the port of Oban and is a very popular destination all the year round with excellent seascapes and great beaches at Benderloch just 2 miles away.
Situated at the foot of Ben Lora which provides magnificent views of Lismore, Mull and Morvern, Ardchoille is ideally placed for touring Argyll, and is within easy reach of Glencoe and northwards to Fort William and Loch Ness. It is also very convenient (12 mins. by car) for Oban. Situated at the foot of Ben Lora which provides magnificent views of Lismore, Mull and Morvern.
Locally in the village and within 2 mins walk is a popular café/restaurant and also within walking distance is an award winning licensed restaurant. In Oban, styled the sea food capital of Scotland, there are in addition to the excellent seafood restaurants, many other good quality restaurants.
Olga and Tony welcome you to Strumhor, a four star bed and breakfast in the village of Connel, five miles from Oban on the west coast of Scotland. The house enjoys a beautiful loch-side location with magnificent views of the Falls of Lora and provides comfortable, affordable accommodation with light, contemporary decor.
Begin your stay with afternoon tea and home-baking in our conservatory overlooking the sea (look out from here for a variety of birds, as well as seals and otters, not to mention the amazing sunsets). Relax in front of the wood-burning stove in the lounge. In the morning, enjoy a home-cooked breakfast from a wide choice of dishes.
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A warm welcome awaits you here at Shenavallie Farm Bed and Breakfast. Elaine looks forward to having you stay in our purpose built home designed with our guests in mind. We are on a working farm,the farm itself and orginal farmhouse are just a mile from the B&B where we breed Highland cattle, beef cattle and North Country Cheviot ewes.Guests are free to have a walk down by the shore where the Highland Cattle roam freely and explore the areas around the farm,but it can be wet/mucky so walking boots or wellies are recommended.
We could go into greater detail for there is so much to tell you about the beauty and history of this part of Scotland’s famous West Coast. Why not come and see for yourself – we will be delighted to be your hosts.
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