|30 Nov 2012|
After a busy day exploring, there is nothing better than falling into a big comfy bed to prepare for the adventures of the days ahead.
Here in Tarbert there are many B&B’s for you to choose from, however during busy seasons you should book in advance as spaces fill quickly.
Below is a list of B&B’s in and around Tarbert, as always, if I have missed one out or you find an incorrect link, please let me know.
Ardglass B&B In an Elevated position with views over the harbour.
Bàrr na Criche House A quiet, secluded location surrounded by woodland and with views over the loch.
Bluebell Cottage 5 miles from Tarbert, just off the A83 after Kennacraig, ideal position for ferry hopping breaks.
The Cuillins is a pet friendly B&B with parking spaces and room for bicycles, ideal for stopping off while touring.
Dunivaig is a Scottish Baronial style home with stunning views overlooking Loch Fyne.
Dunultach offers Self Catering or B & B
The Kilberry Inn, a restaurant with accommodation makes a wonderful base for exploring Argyll as well as the islands of Islay, Jura and Gigha
Knapp Guest House is right in the heart of the village.
The Moorings is a traditional stone-built fisherman’s cottage in the heart of the fishing village.
The Old Smithy is a former Blacksmiths workshop.
Southcliffe Bed & Breakfast is within walking distance of all local amenities in the village.
Springside is a traditional Scottish cottage overlooking the harbour.
Starfish Rooms is in the centre of the village above the amazing seafood restaurant and gallery.
Struan House is a traditional harbour side dwelling.
|A Beautiful Fishing Village|
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