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Argyll Hotel

A Small Hotel in Bellochantuy, Strathclyde

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Argyll Hotel Bellochantuy
PA28 6QE

Argyll Hotel, Bellochantuy

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Traditional family run hotel with a great reputation for its food, situated on the beautiful Kintyre Peninsula by a sandy beach with stunning ocean views.Relax in our conservatory restaurant and savour the magnificant seascape across the Atlantic Ocean looking towards the the Isle of Gigha and Islay.Enjoy the best of Scottish ingredients imaginatively prepared. Kintyre Scallops, Sound of Gigha Langoustines, Island and Mull of Kintyre Cheeses, Islay Lamb and Kintyre Venison all feature on our menu.You can also try surfing and windsurfing locally as well as walking Scotlands newest long distance walk. The world renowned Machrihanish golf course is a short drive and a further 5 or 6 courses are also within easy reach.

All in all the Argyll hotel is a terrific place to ecape to for a well deserved break.

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