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Blessed with some of Scotland's finest scenery, the region of Argyll and Bute covers a vast area including dramatic mountains, long-forgotten castles, prehistoric ruins and a chain of islands that form the Inner Hebrides.
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24.7 miles from centre of Argyll and Bute
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Once a stronghold for English troops during the Jacobite rebellion, this stone built country house hotel has an enviable position on the banks of Lock Sunart. Chef Gary Phillips has the local area of Ardnamurchan as his unsurpassable natural larder. Luxurious and delicious dishes in the smartly traditional dining room with its crisp linens and polished silver might include butternut squash and Tiree brown crab risotto with seared scallop and pancetta crisp or loin of Ardnamurchan venison wit...
30.4 miles from centre of Argyll and Bute
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With roaring fires in the lounges and and views of Loch Linnhe and the Morvern mountains behind in the restaurant you will not forget you are in remote, rural S
34.5 miles from centre of Argyll and Bute
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Explore the stunning Arduaine Garden Breathe in the fresh air and take a scenic stroll through Arduaine Garden, a wonderful garden tucked in the west coast of Scotland that benefits from the warming effect of the Gulf Stream (unleashing some incredible colours).The garden is home to an impressive collection of rhododendron which is truly breathtaking. Take in the colours all year round and admire the stunning azaleas, magnolias, Tibetan poppies, giant Himalayan lilies and Chatham Islan...
35.6 miles from centre of Argyll and Bute
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Former seat of the Macdonalds of Sleat, Armadale Castle, Gardens & Museum is a Visit Scotland 5 Star visitor attraction, with plenty to offer all ages. There are colourful gardens, an atmospheric castle ruin, family activities and an award-winning museum telling the story of Clan Donald and the Highlands & Islands. Located a few minutes from the Armadale ferry, in beautiful south Skye.
39.5 miles from centre of Argyll and Bute
Regarded as one of the top restaurants on The Isle of Skye and The Highlands of Scotland, The Iona Restaurant is an elegant and welcoming restaurant with a unique contemporary style in keeping with the stylishly modern decor throughout Toravaig Hotel itself. In the evenings a soft relaxing candlelit atmosphere is created to enhance the pleasure of the culinary experience. Lunchtime guests can also enjoy the wonderful views over the gardens, Skye itself, the Sound of Sleat and the mainland mou...
41.6 miles from centre of Argyll and Bute
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Described by Allan Brown in the Sunday Times as a “charming, Tolkien-type place”, The Crinan hotel is a family-run business that lies where the Crinan Canal connects Loch Fyne to the Atlantic Ocean. Run by Nick Ryan and his wife for the past 40 years, it has garnered a reputation for its stunning location and fresh seafood. Gourmet food and fine dining is offered in the Westward Restaurant and Lock 16, whilst the Seafood Bar boasts a relaxed bistro-style menu. The hotel's Westward Restaura...
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43 miles from centre of Argyll and Bute
Duisdale House Hotel's restaurant has bold interior design features which complement the grand exterior. There are two stylish eating zones to choose from both with an air of somewhere distinctly special. The award-winning team of chefs serve imaginative food combinations using local produce, this is complimented by an extensive wine list and a selection of Malt Whiskys.
46.5 miles from centre of Argyll and Bute
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Ben Nevis Distillery was established in 1825 and it opened a visitor centre in 1991. The visitor centre also has a café, shop and of course, it provides guided tours.
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48.2 miles from centre of Argyll and Bute
Dog/Pet friendly
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Discover the Stunning Crarae Garden Crarae Gardens stands amongst the exotic trees and shrubs, listening to the tumbling waterfalls of the burn, one could almost imagine one is in the Himalayas, rather than Argyll. The informal hillside layout of mature woody plants radiating out from the burn creates a wonderfully natural effect. The garden was created in 1912 and includes a National Collection of Nothofagus, or southern beech, as well as superb examples of acer, sorbus, eucryphia and...
49.4 miles from centre of Argyll and Bute
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Inveraray Jail is a living museum and top visitor attraction where real people portray life in a 19th century prison. Free audio guides in 6 languages.
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