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5 Great… Argyll Castles

March 14, 2015 by Alison Norfolk

1. Kilchurn Castle One of Scotland’s iconic castles, Kilchurn sits at the northern tip of Loch Awe. Built around 1450 by Sir Colin Campbell, first Lord of Glenorchy, Kilchurn’s architecture started to change in 1690s. In 1681, Sir John Campbell of Glenorchy was made first Earl of Breadalbane and spent much of the 1690s converting Kilchurn Castle into a modern barracks capable ...

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5 Great… Boat Trips

March 8, 2015 by Alison Norfolk

The West Coast of Scotland is the perfect place to see wildlife and the third largest whirlpool in the world, the Corryvreckan. There is no shortage of boat charters that run whale watching cruises lasting from between 2-5 hours. The most popular trips will usually start by cruising around some of the inner islands such as ...

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Argyll – Did You Know?

March 7, 2015 by Alison Norfolk

Mull is one of the best places in Europe to enjoy unique and spectacular views of white tailed sea eagles and other birds of prey Jura is one of Scotland’s last wildernesses and there are over 200 people living on the same island as over 5000 deer Mount Stuart on Bute, with its extensive gardens ...

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Mother’s Day Lunch

March 1, 2015 by Alison Norfolk

Sunday 15th March 2 courses £19.50 per person, 3 courses £25.95 per person Terrine Ham and Foie Gras Terrine, Warm Toasted Sourdough, Plum Chutney, Crisp Salad Leaves Salmon Scottish smoked Salmon and Brown Crab Roulade, Lemon Dressed Salad, Horseradish Cream Soup Potato and Organic Spinach Soup with Croutons *** Beef Roast Sirloin of Scottish Beef, roast ...

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5 Great… Day Trips to Islands

March 1, 2015 by Alison Norfolk

All these Islands are perfect for a day’s exploring, with regular ferries in operation. 1. Kerrera: Once owned by the MacDougall Clan and only a 5 minute crossing from Oban, it is a perfect day trip with a Parrot Sanctuary, Kerrera Tea Garden and Bunkhouse, Gylen Castle and Oban Marina to explore. There are two main paths to follow; ...

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The Long Way Around The British Isles

February 26, 2015 by Alison Norfolk

We are honoured to offer ex-serviceman Richard Long a room tonight as he takes part in his 4 year walk (the length of the First World War) around the coastline of Britain with a seven stone bag on his back The “Long” way around the British Isles. Initially he started his journey to help himself cope ...

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Winter Sealife Adventures Update

February 23, 2015 by Alison Norfolk

We operate throughout the year and perhaps surprisingly there is a lot to see even when it is a bit colder. We had a trip recently and this is how it went. Before we left the pontoon we were looking out for an otter which has been visiting our pontoon on a regular basis. He ...

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Lazy Sundays

February 17, 2015 by Alison Norfolk

Enjoy a wee Sunday night away for a tiny price –£55 per room Bed and Continental Breakfast. Before the hustle and bustle of the summer season sets in, get away for some rest and relaxation. Our 2 AA rosette Asknish Bay Restaurant has not only the fine dining Table D’hôte and A la Carte menus, but ...

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Scholarships Awarded

February 9, 2015 by Alison Norfolk

After our post on 27th November about three of our team submitting applications for Hospitality Industry Trust Scotland Scholarships, we are delighted to announce that Head Chef Michael and Supervisors Alison and James have all been awarded scholarships and will shortly be off on their prospective courses. Michael will be attending a two day Patisserie and Sugar ...

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Hogmanay 2014

January 1, 2015 by Alison Norfolk

As our three day Hogmanay break draws to a close, we are busy thinking about 2015’s seasonal packages! click here to see next Christmas and Hogmanay  details and prices. As always, our Hogmanay package started 30th December with a fine dining meal in Asknish Bay Restaurant and a chance for guests to get to know each other ...

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