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Traditional whitewashed walls and a tranquil location await you at the Ardencaple Hotel, a former 19th century coaching on the banks of Gare Loch in Rhu, Helensburgh.

This charming Greene King pub with rooms offers stunning views over the loch to enjoy from the bar or your bedroom, the perfect antidote to everyday stresses. Cosy and characterful, the bar and restaurant serves up a wide range of drinks, including cask ales, and tasty dishes such as beer battered haddock and steak pie marinated in Belhaven beer, all cocooned in a fantastic atmosphere. When it’s time to turn in, get comfy in your great-value, en-suite bedroom, equipped with free WiFi, a digital TV, telephone, workspace, hairdryer and complimentary tea- and coffee-making facilities.

With plenty to see and do in the surrounding areas, from golfing and walking to visiting castles and Hill House designed by the famous architect Charles Rennie Mackintosh, the Ardencaple Hotel is the ideal base for a restorative getaway.

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Tired travellers are ensured a restful night’s sleep in each of the Ardencaple Hotel’s great-value, en-suite rooms. Complete with free WiFi, a digital TV, telephone, workspace, hairdryer and complimentary tea- and coffee-making facilities - not forgetting a comfy bed with fresh linens - you’ll be able to sleep easy and wake up refreshed whether you’ve booked one of the double, twin or family bedrooms. Feeling hungry in the morning? Tasty full English breakfasts are available to set you up for the day.

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