Crinan Hotel, Argyll stay
Crinan by Lochgilphead, Argyll, PA31 8SR
- usually £237.00
- save 54%
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£109 instead of £237 for an overnight stay for two with breakfast and cream tea at award-winning Crinan Hotel, Argyll – save 54%
- Overnight stay for two with breakfast and cream tea on arrival
- The hotel’s award-winning eateries have wowed food critics and the public alike
- Restaurant uses seafood landed just 50m from the hotel
- Family-run hotel which offers spectacular scenery with incredible views over the Crinan Canal
- Rated TripAdvisor’s number 1 hotel in the area
- Valid 7 days
Located at the north end of the Crinan Canal where Loch Fyne meets the Atlantic Ocean, the Crinan Hotel is a gorgeous family-run venue that is famed for its beautiful location and great food. With today’s deal, you and a loved one will be greeted with a delicious cream tea on arrival where freshly baked scones will be served up in the Crinan Café on the edge of the canal basin. After taking in your stunning surroundings, you’ll enjoy a cosy night’s sleep in your comfortable double room, before tucking into a hearty breakfast the following morning.
The Crinan Hotel boasts not one but two award-winning eateries. Their produce couldn’t get much fresher; the finest seafood is landed just 50 metres from the hotel, making it the perfect foodie getaway!
For those wishing to venture outdoors, there’s an abundance of great coastal activities to keep you amused. The Championship Golf Course at Machrihanish is nearby, along with horse and trail riding, clay pigeon shooting and mountain biking.
You can also hit the high seas with motor yacht trips around the isles and adventures in speedboats. With all that outdoor excitement, it’s lucky you’ll have such a luxurious bedroom to retire to afterwards!
Critics love it!
"No views in Scotland can take your breath away like those from The Crinan Hotel…One of Scotland's finest destination restaurants" - Richard Bath, Scotland on Sunday
“Did I mention the views? When I arrived it was drizzling and misty, but the atmosphere and views at sunset were nevertheless out of this world. The gorgeous abstract seascapes by Frances Macdonald in the hotel are another nice touch, and the friendliness of the owners – in particular the humorous anecdotes from Nick Ryan – make this a great place to stay." – lifestyle.scotsman.com