Ashbank Hotel

A Hotel in Carradale, Strathclyde (Kintyre)

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

PA28 6RY

Ashbank Hotel, Carradale

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Accommodation Description:

An intimate family run hotel in heart of the village. All rooms although not large are comfortable with ensuite facilities with Colour TV, WiFi, Tea & Coffee Making Facilities and hairdryers. There is a traditional bar and restaurant serving home cooked meals.

A small hotel but what we lack in size we make up for in our hospitality.

This family run hotel is in an ideal location being just a short walk from the mile long sandy beach and working harbour. We are situated in the heart of the village adjacent to Carradale's 9-hole golf course there are a variety of walks including shore and forest both with spectacular views. The hotel is also within easy access to all ferry ports to the surroundings islands of Islay, Jura, Arran and Gigha.

The Ashbank hotel is the perfect venue for those wanting to get away from it all whether you’re looking for a relaxing time or an activity filled break. Whether site seeing playing a round of golf walking one of the trails and paths around Carradale or enjoying the many activities in the area we hope that you will enjoy your stay at the Ashbank. Please feel free to contact us if your require more information.

The Hotel has wireless internet access and you can join us for a drink or dinner in our cosy dining room. All rooms are comfortable with ensuite facilities Tea and Coffee making facilities Colour TV Hairdryers. Twin and Single rooms enjoy sea and golf course views.

Please note the Ashbank hotel is situated in Carradale not Campbeltown.

3 star rating

From: £30.00

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Room Facilities
Wireless internet connection
Tea and coffee making facilities
Trouser press
Pets allowed
Ironing board
Colour television

Ironing facilities
Internet access (wireless) in public areas
Non-smoking (throughout)

Free parking
On-site parking

Business Facilities
Internet connection (wireless)

Dining Facilities
The Ashbank Hotel has a cosy Restaurant Bar and contemporary Dinning room both of which offer home cooked meals with an extensive al-a-carte menu and daily specials. The hotel is fully licensed and offers a range of wines spirits with a large selection of single malt whiskeys and local beers.

Breakfast (Full cooked)
Breakfast (Continental)

Child Facilities
Children's menu

Pet Policy

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