The Colintraive Hotel
Hotel is hidden
away on Argyll’s
Secret Coast in
the lovely quiet
village within a
Beauty on the
Kyles of Bute, on the edge of the Loch Lomond and
the Trossachs National Park. The Colintraive Hotel has
four lovely bedrooms, contemporary new bathrooms,
kingsize beds and some with stunning sea views across
to the Island of Bute. The cosy gastro pub with sea
views and wood-burning stove serves amazing local
seafood, the best of meats from the Island of Bute and
Winston Churchill’s game.
Our elegant restaurant, also
with sea views, is perfect
for special occasions and
small weddings. Pets are very
welcome. Open all year, with
Colintraive, Kyles of Bute, PA22 3AS
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Located on the beautiful Cowal Peninusula, the relaxed
atmosphere here will make you feel a long way from
the city, providing you the opportunity to fi ll your lungs
with fresh salty air, and experience lochs, glens and
mountains. The Heritage Centre in Colintraive is dedicated
to the history of the Lamont clan. For an artistic
experience, look out for The Caol Ruadh sculpture park
in Colintraive. It offers gorgeous coastal and woodland
walks among the magnifi cent rhododendron gardens,
with an ever-changing exhibition of Scottish art. In fact,
the beautiful serene, almost otherworldly quality of light
here inspires many artists, some of whom have studios
that are open to the public.
View down the Kyles to Colintraive by Patricia Watt
Scarinish is the main village on the island of Tiree.
It is located on the south coast of the island, between
Hynish Bay to the southwest and Gott Bay to the
northeast. The harbour was built in 1771.
The village has the only bank on the island (a branch
of the Royal Bank of Scotland), a grocery store (the
Co-op), one hotel, and a Post Offi ce.
The Tiree ferry terminal is located here, with a ferry
service that runs to Oban on the Scottish mainland.
The Scarinish Hotel
We have eight
guest rooms in all.
All our beds are
the linen is crisp
All our residents
have access to the
Upper Deck lounge
with its books and
games, and the
ever-changing views over Scarinish old harbour, the
Treshnish Isles and Mull.
Dinner is served in The Old Harbour Restaurant where
we offer everything from excellent value dishes, including
our special local lobster dish!
The Lean To bar is a friendly, local meeting place,
with the fi re adding to its cosiness. Tennents, Stella
and Guinness are on draught and the whiskies on the
gantry are expanding!
The Old Harbour Restaurant is open to non-residents
for lunch and evening meals.
Scarinish Hotel, Scarinish, Isle of Tiree, Argyll,
Scotland, PA77 6UH
by telephone: +44 (0)1879 220308
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