Originally built as a Church of Scotland Manse, back in 1880, Carradales is a traditional Victorian detached house. Completely refurbished and recently awarded 5 Stars from Visit Scotland and "Taste Our Best" accredited, it is fully licensed and offers luxurious accommodation in stunning surroundings.
What makes a stay at Carradales unique?
With open fires in the lounge, and a cost log burner in the dining room, guests can kick back and relax at Carradales. Professional chef, Steve, creates exceptional meals using the very best locally-sourced ingredients.
This part of the Kintyre Peninsula is very popular with walkers, cyclists, whisky enthusiasts, outdoor lovers, game shooters and golfers. Carradale Golf Course is just 5 minutes away, and Machrihanish Dunes is 30 minutes away.
With excellent hospitality and a gentle style, Carradales offers a relaxing and homely environment, and Maurice and Steve offer the warmest of welcomes.
What are the rooms and facilities on offer at Carradales?
There are 4 en suite bedrooms at Carradales, all named after local castles: Tarbert, Dunaverty, Skipness and Saddell.
Each room has been individually-designed, and feature double or super king-sized beds with Egyptian cotton bed linen, and en-suite bathrooms with underfloor heating. Two of the rooms have double-ended baths and separate showers. There are complimentary toiletries, made by a local producer, along with luxury robes and slippers.
Each room is provided with a range of teas, hot chocolate and filtered water, along with some delicious homemade shortbread. On the first night, there's even a dram of local whiskey, for a nightcap. USB sockets and superfast WiFi are available, and there is a flatscreen TV in each room.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Campbeltown area?
Carradales is located in the lovely fishing village of Carradale, which sits on the eastern side of Kintyre, roughly 14 miles from Campbeltown. The working harbour is full of interest, and there is a village shop, a post office, a restaurant and a bar. From the village, there are views over to the island of Arran.
A local bus goes between Carradale and Campbeltown, five times daily.
Where can guests enjoy food and drink?
Breakfast at Carradales can be a full Scottish affair, or a lighter option, lunches and evening meals are also available, cooked by professional chef, Steve. If guests decide to go out for the evening, there is a pub restaurant just 5 minutes away, as well as two hotels that are within 15 minutes' drive.
Carradales is 20 minutes from Campbeltown Airport, and a taxi transfer can be arranged.
Carradales can also arrange golfing packages and grouse, pheasant, partridge and deer stalking packages.