Information and Accommodation around Argyll, Scotland

Lochawe bed and breakfast providers and for the surrounding area including Portsonachan and Dalavich for Hotels, Guest Houses, B&B and other accommodation establishments.

Loch Awe is a very long loch. It would take more than an hour and a half to drive round. Keep that in mind when booking accommodation at Loch Awe. Lochawe the village is at the north end.

taycreggan hotel

Taychreggan Hotel
By Taynuilt
PA35 1HQ
01866 833211
email:- taychregganhotel
web :- see website

Originally a humble cattle drover's inn, it has been tastefully updated and the view through the windows over the water is superb. Surrounded by mountains, loch Awe, forests and an abundance of wildlife, Taychreggan makes a perfect venue for the walker, fisherman, cyclist or photographer and don't forget the romantics among you, we are also the perfect romantic destination and hold regular weddings here.

taycreggan hotel

Corribank Bed and Breakfast
01838 200637
email:- corriebank
web :- see website

Corriebank B&B is located in the village of Lochawe overlooking the majestic views of Loch Awe not far from Kilchurn Castle. A perfect location for exploring Argyll, fishing walking etc.

portsonachan hotel

Portsonachan Hotel
Loch Awe
PA33 1BJ
+44 (0) 1866 833224
email:- portsonachan
web :- see website

Portsonachan Hotel is an excellent Scottish holiday destination in Argyllshire, West of Scotland. Located on the banks of the beautiful Loch Awe, Scotland. Fishing holidays, golf vacations, sailing on Loch Awe or walking holidays in the Highlands there is plenty for you to experience here. Scottish Self catering lodges Loch Awe is Scotland's premier wild fishing loch. The 27 mile long fresh water loch is home to a wide assortment of fish. You can catch char, salmon, pike, brown trout and rainbow trout.

loch awe hotel

Loch Awe Hotel
PA33 1AQ
+44 (0) 1838 200161
email form:- lochawehotel
web :- see website

The impressive Loch Awe Hotel lies between the shores of Loch Awe and the towering slopes of Ben Cruachan. Built using granite blocks and featuring turrets and steep roofs, the hotel is an example of the striking Scottish baronial style. Built in 1881, the Loch Awe Hotel is one of the great railway hotels of the late 19th century and retains its very own station on the scenic Highland Line to Oban. The Loch Awe Hotel is situated within the village of Lochawe, which owes its existence to the hotel.

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