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Argyll Accommodation

Finding the most apt accommodation at Argyll the most popular region of western Scotland is easy because of the latest advancements in the internet almost every one of the standard hotels have their own websites through which you can reserve the rooms of  your choice at the convenience of your home. This article lists out a variety of places of stay in the Argyll county area which includes Balloch, Drymen, Luss, Lochgilphead, Inveraray, Taynuilt and others categories according to the type of accommodation they provide.

When it comes to self-catering accommodation the most exciting one is the Clan Cottages, which is about 5 miles from Oban. It is rated with four stars by the Scottish tourist board and is situated on a 5-acre beautiful natural landscape with easy access to pre-historic sites. A few other panoramic accommodation of this kind include The Muir of Auchnabreac, Loch Fyne; Airdeny Chalets, Taynuilt; Barcaldine House Holiday Cottages, Oban; Lomond Luxury Lodges, Loch Lomond & the Trossachs National Park; and many more. The price ranges for the cottages start from £120 to £185 per night.

The following are hotel type accommodations in Argyll. Galley of Lorne Inn, village of Ardfern; Barcaldine House Hotel, Oban; Stonefield Castle Hotel, Tarbert; Taychreggan, Taynuilt; Argyll Hotel, Inveraray; Loch Fyne Hotel & Leisure Club, Inveraray; and many more. A night’s stay at these star class hotels can cost you from £30 to £65.

The firms that offer bread and breakfast stay at Argyll County are rated from 4 to 5 stars by the Scottish Tourist Board. Some of the B&Bs include WHITE ROCK BED AND BREAKFAST, Lochgilphead; LETHAMHILL, Helensburgh; SPRINGSIDE B&B, Tarbert; BARCALDINE CASTLE, Oban; Bealach Country House, Duror of Appin; BRAMBLEWOOD B&B, Drymen; LICHEN BURN B&B, Taynuilt; Tarbet House, Tarbet; The Hawthorns Bed and Breakfast, Drymen; and many more. B&Bs charge about £20 to £70 per person for a night’s stay.

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