Enjoy your visit to Campbeltown with a stay at Ashbank Hotel. You can relax with a drink at the bar/lounge, and the restaurant is the perfect spot to grab a bite to eat. There's also a garden, and rooms offer room service and free WiFi.
The Dellwood Hotel is situated first on the left when entering Campbeltown. This mansion house is set in its own grounds, and is a five minute walk from all local amenities. The private residents bar and dining room provide a friendly welcome, and traditional Scottish Fayre. There is also a large private car park. The 10 rooms have en suite facilities including shower, tea/coffee and colour TV. The 3 non en suite rooms have drinks facilities and a shared bathroom. The hotel has been in the same family for 30 years and we look forward to welcoming you to a beautiful area of Scotland.
A great choice for a stay in Campbeltown, Craigard House Hotel offers an airport shuttle (available on request). You can grab a bite to eat at the restaurant or wind down at the end of the day with a drink from the bar/lounge. Rooms at this Victorian hotel offer up nice touches like deep soaking tubs and bathrobes, along with DVD players and room service.
A great choice for a stay in Campbeltown, Carradale Hotel features an airport shuttle. For a bite to eat, guests can check out Cruban Public bar, which serves British cuisine and is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. 2 bars/lounges and a garden are other highlights, and rooms offer room service and free WiFi.
Situated 3 miles from the charming Campbeltown, on the Southern side of the Kintyre peninsula, Kilchrist Castle Cottages offers accommodation with free parking and easy access to rolling hills, stunning coastlines, and the picturesque Scottish landscape. Each cottage at Kilchrist Castle features a fully fitted kitchen, a dining and living area, a bathroom with shower, and a flat-screen TV with DVD player. Shops and restaurants are located in Campbeltown, a 10-minute drive away. Golf players can enjoy the historic Machrihanish Golf Course, established in 1876, which also boasts beautiful views of the sea. The Kintyre peninsula is also a popular destination for surfers, wildlife watchers, beachcombers, and cyclists.
Pros: ideal for golfers, walkers and short stay vistors exellent breakfast nice friendly staff with good local knowledge good parking and very central.
Cons: met all our requirements
We welcome you to the Argyll Arms Hotel, Campbeltown, in the heart of Kintyre, providing comfortable accommodation, good home cooking and friendly service. The Duke of Argyll no longer calls this his home, although it was originally built as his hunting lodge. The public rooms of this converted hotel still possess an aura of Victorian opulence, but the guest rooms are modernized and fairly modest. The rooms come in a variety of sizes, each traditionally furnished and outfitted with a shower or bathroom. Family rooms are also available. All en-suite rooms have a colour TV, direct dial telephones, extra toiletries and a hospitality tray. Each room also has a guest folder that we have prepared ourselves detailing all the different things to do during your visit in Campbeltown. Campbeltown has plenty of interesting places to explore. A trip to DavaarIsland with its world famous cave painting of the Crucifixion should not be missed. View Ireland from its closest point from the Mull of Kintyre Lighthouse. Visit picturesque villages of Carradale, Machrihanish and Southend by car.
When visiting Campbeltown, Dalnaspidal Guest House is a great choice to consider. For a bite to eat, guests can check out Harlequin, which serves light fare. Other highlights at this exclusive guest house include a terrace, and rooms offer DVD players and bathrobes.