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Happy 2024! We look forward to welcoming new and returning guests.

From our Visitor Book 2023

'A very homely stop on our NCN78 cycle tour.  Thanks for the hospitality, lift to the pub and great breakfast'.

'Fabulous breakfast, lovely room and comfy bed! very welcoming hospitality, really enjoyed my brief stay.'

'A wonderful place to stay, so much to do we wish we were staying longer.  The food and rooms are lovely, just right, and the local knowledge that Sue & Pete have is exceptional.  Perfect.'

'What a haven to relax! Thank you Sue & Pete for a lovely welcome and beautiful room.  It was great chatting with you'.

2023 review

Inspired by Marcus Stitz's book 'Great British Gravel Rides', a late autumn exploration around Loch Awe, both on and off road!


Father and sons. A family reunion and a perfect location for exploring by bicycle.


24 years ago we camped next to each other at the V-Twin Rally. Kari travelled from Finland, we had ridden our V50 from Scotland. Kari has just spent 3 nights (there was a deal of catching up to do) at our B&B having tracked us down via an old Classic Bike article and the Internet. A very smart Moto Guzzi V11 with over 100,000 miles on the clock.

motorcycling in argyll


Doing the ‘End to End’ the scenic way. Our two Australian guests set off from Cornwall a few weeks ago and today are en-route to Lochaline via Oban, Mull and a couple of ferries (Calmac Ferries).
If it’s worth doing it’s worth cycling through the Heart of Argyll. 

route 78, end-to-end via argyll


So many ways to explore Argyll! The first time any of our guests have arrived on horseback! Look closer, travel slow, see so much more and discover the Heart of Argyll. 

horse riding in argyll

horse trekking in argyll, scotland


The Boys of Summer. From London via Dunoon, heading for Glencoe. Where will your summer Argyll adventure take you? Lots of ideas on the Wild About Argyll site

explore argyll wild about argyll


We welcomed another cyclist following Markus Stitz’s bikepacking trail through Argyll. We also helped out with some brake blocks; it’s a tough route on the brakes!! http://bikepackingscotland.com/argyll/

bikepacking argyll scotland


Sunset at Island Add Bridge on the Moine Mhor National Nature Reserve and running through the Celtic Rain Forest at Dunardry. So many beautiful places, so many ways to enjoy them.


Bluebells at Temple Wood Stone Circle. One mile from Kilmartin, the circle is one of a myriad of archaeological sites in the area.  The newly upgraded Kilmartin Museum is a must-see.


Bruce the Beaver at the Heart of Argyll Wildlife Organisation's 'Argyll Beaver Centre. Information, interpretation and the latest updates on the Knapdale beavers activities. We run a series of guided walks and events throughout the year. www.argyllbeavercentre.co.uk


Looking east from Craobh Haven on the Craignish Peninsula. a fascinating place to explore.


Our traditional walk to the top of Dun Dubh. We were greeted with wall to wall sunshine. A sparkling day in Mid Argyll and a great start to 2023.

dun dubh walk

stunning view of loch awe



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