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Crinan Hotel is located in Crinan, 36 miles from Oban and 31 miles from Inveraray. Guests can enjoy the on-site restaurant. Free private parking is available on site. Crinan Hotel features free WiFi .... An exceptional place - wonderful location, super attentive staff, accommodated our late check-in (and reserved us a place in the restaurant). Views from the room were wonderful - evening meal was high quality and cooked breakfast was the best I've had in years (my other half had Loch Fine Kippers and reported they were exellent).
Set in Lochgilphead in the Argyll and Bute region, THE BOTHY SUITE BY TEMPLE WOOD has a garden. Beauty suite with plenty of space. Two lovely and well appointed bedrooms. Clean and fresh bathroom with large shower. Warm and friendly host. Good coffee and maker, and variety of great teas. Generous continental breakfast.
Set in Kilmartin, 30 mi from Oban, Dunchraigaig House offers a garden and free WiFi. The bed and breakfast offers a flat-screen TV and a private bathroom with a hairdryer, free toiletries and shower. Great location for touring the area / very clean / superb breakfast / Lynn was a lovely host who offered very helpful local knowledge
The cottage sits on the banks of the Crinan Canal with a south-facing garden directly overlooking the canal along which numerous yachts pass by. A cosy cottage, good central heating and an open fire if required. Everything was spotlessly clean, and the kitchen very well equipped. Excellent WiFi.
When the canal is operating it's lively and fascinating to see it all in action. However, the canal was closed for maintenance or two days of our four day stay. If this is of interest it would be worth checking on the Scottish Canals website. There is a coffee shop very close to the canal and the hotel which does a lovely range of snacks. There are boat trips available in the area, not just those promoted by the hotel. The Historic Scotland site at Dunaad is good for a short walk and spectacular views.
Staff, location and the room was excellent although the room needs a fridge freezer (our dog gets raw food) and wifi was non existent in our room, no 1. Although, I know that can sometimes be a plus point! The staff, from the girls who cleaned the rooms right down to the managers were all excellent as were the bar staff and waiters. The food was superb
Crinan Hotel is in a beautiful location on the edge of the Crinan Canal and looks out to sea. The public rooms are lovely but our bedroom was small, the bed wasn't a large double as stated and the ensuite was tired and needed renovating. The breakfast was good but not brilliant considering the hotel was twice the price we paid anywhere else on our 2 week tour of the highlands. We were disappointed.
Crinan has wonderful views over the sea to land on the other side of the bay and from the hotel upper floor also to the isle of Jura. Mountain peaks are visible in the far distance - Mull perhaps? Crinan is a very, very small village, with one hotel and one cafe/restaurant. If you are into sailing boats, there are some in the canal basin. Other than that, walking and bird watching are popular.
Not cheap but very welcoming with eating options from traditional formal white tablecloth restaurant to fish bar. Have been several times and would go again. Bathrooms clean and adequate but need up dating. View from window excellent. In an idyllic location Will definitely return
Crinan, a fair journey from Glasgow, could be in another world. Set by the sea loch which the canal enters through a set of locks, Crinan offers a great opportunity to explore sea, the canal to Ardrishaig, and local countryside. It is well worth travelling this far.
An exceptional place - wonderful location, super attentive staff, accommodated our late check-in (and reserved us a place in the restaurant). Views from the room were wonderful - evening meal was high quality and cooked breakfast was the best I've had in years (my other half had Loch Fine Kippers and reported they were exellent).