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Cheap Hotels in Lochgilphead

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Cairnbaan Lochgilphead
2.2 Miles from the centre

This lovely hotel is in Stirling. Travellers will enjoy a peaceful and calm stay on the premises, as it counts with a total of 12rooms. Pets are not allowed at Cairnbaan Hotel . .

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per night from £101
(price for Tue, 04 Aug)

The Grey Gull Hotel

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Glenburn Road,

Make use of convenient amenities such as complimentary wireless Internet access, a television in a common area, and a picnic area.. Free self parking is available onsite..

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per night from £100
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Kirnan House Villa

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Kilmichael, Glassary
4.9 Miles from the centre

Located near Lochgilphead, Kirnan House sits in 500 acres of woodland. Home to three species of deer, pine martens, red squirrels Kirnan Forest is a haven for wildlife. The house has free WiFi access and parking. All rooms have a flat-screen TV with DVD player, free toiletries and hair-dryers. Tea and fresh coffee making facilities are in the room along with a fridge with fresh milk. Every morning guests will be treated to their own unique continental breakfast including home made bread, jams, granola, yogurt and fresh fruit to be taken by guests in the boatshed at their convenience. Guests can also use a BBQ cabin in the garden and a hydro spa cabin. Guests can take day trips to the West Coast islands such as Islay, Jura, Gigha and Mull. The port of Oban - gateway to the ferries bound for the Outer Hebrides - is 37 miles away. Glasgow Airport is 86 miles away.

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per night from £120
(price for Tue, 04 Aug)

Hotels in Lochgilphead

Deep in the Scottish countryside, on the banks of Loch Gilp and the Crinan Canal, sits the quaint small town of Lochgilphead.

Book one of our Lochgilphead hotels and explore a beautiful area which is excellent for walking, cycling, fishing and other outdoor pursuits.

Outdoor activities and leisure

The woodlands and lochs around Lochgilphead provide endless opportunities for cycling and walking. Popular cycle routes include the flat, family friendly Crinan Canal Towpath, numerous Forestry Commission tracks and the Fire Tower Mountain Bike Trail, a purpose-built track with jumps and drop-offs.

There are plenty of places to fish for brown trout, pike and perch, including Loch Glashan, Loch Ederline and Loch Fyne, and you can hire boats at Crinan or Ardrishaig. Fyne Pioneer, at Asknish, runs diving trips, and Craignish Cruises, in Ardfern, runs wildlife watching trips. You'll see the lovely islands of the west coast while looking out for seals, sea eagles, dolphins, whales and more.

The town also has a swimming pool, a nine-hole golf course and a sports centre with a fitness centre, a sports hall, a squash court and an outdoor pitch.


Built in the 15th century by Bishop John Carswell, the excellently preserved Carnasserie Castle has been little altered since. Made up of a five-storey tower house and a hall, the castle sits on a hill overlooking Kilmartin Glen, a valley with more than 350 ancient monuments.

The 13th-century Tarbert Castle, a former royal castle associated with Robert the Bruce, is a scheduled monument, albeit a ruined one, overlooking the harbour and Loch Fyne. A flock of Hebridean black sheep graze on the site.

Parks and gardens

Right on the west coast, a short walk from the beach, Arduaine Garden is warmed by the North Atlantic Drift and is home to rare plants from around the world. You'll see Tibetan blue poppies, giant Himalayan lilies, Chatham Island forget-me-nots and palm trees alongside rhododendrons, azaleas and magnolias. Look out too for kestrels, seals, badgers and porpoises.

Crarae Garden, near the banks of Loch Fyne, has a river gorge and waterfalls and is filled with colourful Chilean flame trees, camellias and buddleias covered in butterflies. There's also a huge array of ferns and a national collection of southern beech. As well as red squirrels and deer, the gardens are frequented by a huge variety of birds, including treecreepers, ravens, woodpeckers and birds of prey.

Eating and drinking

Enjoy locally caught seafood at the Tayvallich Inn, a TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence winner overlooking Tayvallich bay. There's a kids' menu and outside seating in summer. Another popular place for seafood is the Westward Restaurant at the Crinan Hotel, which overlooks Loch Crinan and also has a coffee shop and an art gallery. Head to the Smiddy Bistro, another Certificate of Excellence winner, for home-cooked light lunches, or the Argyll Inn for Scottish pub classics, a kids' menu, live music and quizzes. There's also a café and a bar with a log fire.

Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Lochgilphead

What are the best hotels to stay in Lochgilphead?

One of the best hotels to stay in Lochgilphead is Cairnbaan Hotel ..

What are the most convenient hotel rates in Lochgilphead?

Cairnbaan Hotel . in Lochgilphead offers one night in a double room at the price of £101.

What hotels are in the central Lochgilphead neighborhood?

Cairnbaan Hotel . is located in the central neighborhood of Lochgilphead.

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