Category: Argyll & Perthshire

Stonefield Castle Hotel, Tarbert, Argyll

| November 12, 2012 | Reply
Stonefield Castle Hotel, Tarbert, Argyll

Not many Scottish hotels enjoy a location as stunning as Stonefield Castle Hotel. Tucked just a couple of miles outside Tarbert on the northern cusp of the Kintyre Peninsula this retreat reclines in thick forest and lush vegetation, with sweeping views out over the shimmering waters of Loch Fyne towards the Cowal Peninsula. The Stunning […]

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Portavadie Marina, Argyll

| August 21, 2012 | Reply
Portavadie Marina, Argyll

So marinas are just for avid yachties. Right? Wrong. Stunning Portavadie Marina in deepest, wildest Argyll is a world class marina, but also offers a remarkable array of accommodation, from posh backpacker dorms through to stylish luxury apartments and on to one of the most romantic escapes for a honeymoon couple imaginable. And that is […]

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Ardeonaig Hotel, Nr Killin

| August 21, 2012 | Reply
Ardeonaig Hotel, Nr Killin

In the 19th century Victorian travellers used to flock to the trains that ran all the way up to the banks of epic Loch Tay and then join the steamers that plied its silvery waters so that they could appreciate the stunning scenery that Highland Perthshire offers in such wild abundance. These days the trains […]

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The Royal Dunkeld, Perthshire

| August 21, 2012 | Reply
The Royal Dunkeld, Perthshire

In the days when Thomas Telford’s bridge replaced the ferry across the River Tay and the rail head pioneered its way north through Scotland’s wildlands Dunkeld was very much at the end of the line from Central Scotland. And a grand terminus it was at that, with a flurry of hostelries and grand hotels built […]

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The Roost, Bridge of Earn

| August 21, 2012 | Reply
The Roost, Bridge of Earn

Most people bashing past on the M90 between Edinburgh and Perth know Bridge of Earn as just a blue road sign. That is a shame as they are missing out on The Roost, a gem of a restaurant that serves up well cooked local produce in a cosy old cottage that could not be further […]

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Isle of Eriska Hotel, Spa and Island

| August 20, 2012 | Reply
Isle of Eriska Hotel, Spa and Island

Many hotels feel exclusive or private, but not many can boast that they enjoy their own private island. Eriska is such an island hideaway and as well as being a grand country house hotel the appeal of Eriska also lies with its spa, superb restaurant, myriad on site activities and island trails Without its exclusive […]

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