Pubs with Accommodation in Argyll and The Isles

Where better to stay in Britain than the historic areas of Argyll and the Isles . With history and heritage on every street corner Argyll and the Isles has become an ideal destination for a break away in Britain so why not see what the fuss is all about and stay in a pub with accommodation in Argyll and the Isles. Argyll and the Isles has a wide range of places to visit from the remote and magical Kilchurn Castle to the island Abbey of Iona there are a range of magnificent historic sites to visit on a trip to Argyll and the Isles. If you wanted to get away from the bustling towns there are plenty of tranquil areas for a walk, cycle or picnic taking in the beautiful countryside views in Argyll and the Isles. Balloch Castle Country Park commands impressive views across 200 acres of gardens and nature trails. Alternatively head up to the mountains and visit Benmore Botanic Garden, an enchanting garden steeped in history and surrounded by dramatic scenery.

Are the same uncharacteristic walls of a hotel are putting you off visiting Argyll and the Isles why not stay in a pub? Pubs with accommodation provide a warm, social and comfortable environment to stay in whilst suiting a variety of needs and budgets. Many pubs in Argyll and the Isles still maintain the rare charm and character dating back hundreds of years with beautifully decorated and luxurious bedrooms we are convinced you’ll never want to stay in a hotel again!

Pubs do not just offer a comfortable room but also pubs in Argyll and the Isles serve delicious locally sourced home cooked food to warm the stomachs after a busy day wandering around Argyll and the Isles so why not try some local delicacies washed down with a pint of real ale. With modern facilities such as flat screen TVs, WiFi, comfortable bedding and tea and coffee making facilities you can rest easy knowing you’ll wake up to the smell of a delicious cooked breakfast downstairs waiting for you.

Pubs with accommodation offer a range of entertainment in the evenings, so pull up a chair with a pint of real ale in hand and enjoy a pub quiz, live music or beer and food festival and indulge with the knowledge your room is only a minute away. With this in mind you can relax and enjoy the evening’s entertainment and when you’re ready, just pop upstairs to enjoy your warm cosy bedroom.

What’s stopping you planning your trip to Argyll and the Isles today and stay in a pub with accommodation, find out more about what Argyll and the Isles has to offer visitors by visiting our Things to Do section.

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