Guests often look for some advice on where to stay as well as what there is to do. Here are a couple of suggestions.
One Week In Kintyre
A Seven Day Jaunt into Argyll
Travel to Scotland and arrive in Glasgow, stay 3 nights in a self catering flat (www.come2glasgow.com) and enjoy the cultural and retail experience that Glasgow has to offer. Visit Kelvingrove Museum, Paisley Observatory and Museum, take a walk by the river. Visit Sauchiehall Street, see a show! On day four drive to Kintyre to sample a bit of Argyll. Take a wee detour at Lochgilphead and visit Kilmartin Museum, the cradle of the Scotland. While in Kintyre visit the Bird Observatory, take the Heritage Walk round Campbeltown’s architectural gems, and visit the Heritage Centre to see how we lived then. Take a trip on the Mull of Kintyre Sea-tours, visit the lighthouse at the end of the long and winding road at the Mull of Kintyre, or Dalriada is the fledgling kingdom that became Scotland. The area is full of history, from stone age cysts to statues commemorating local Victorian Entrepreneurs. See also the Seven Days in Kintyre tab for more ideas.
On day eight, after experiencing Scotland at its best head home, savouring the memories.
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Two Weeks In Kintyre
Two weeks on the west Coast
See above, but spend four days in Glasgow, and four days in Kintyre before visiting Liz Taylor at Grants at Craigellachie in Glenshiel for four days, based in Ratagan a central location for a visit to the Western Highlands, you are within easy reach of the Five Sisters of Kintail, the Kyle of Lochalsh and the Isle of Skye beyond (Grants is also a fantastic base for those planning to explore Skye, which is within easy reach either by road over the Skye Bridge (approximately 20 minutes away) or using the Glenelg ferry - go on one and return on the other). With eagles and buzzards flying overhead, and porpoises, otters and seals regularly visiting Loch Duich, Ratagan in Glenshiel provides an idyllic setting for the perfect Scottish Highlands break.
Additionally the village is a superb base for walking, horse riding, fishing, climbing, and many other outdoor pursuits.
Excursions include Eilean Donan Castle and other historic monuments, Lochalsh Woodland Gardens, Attadale Gardens and other tropical gardens and landscapes, see the secrets of the sea in the Seaprobe Atlantis from Kyle of Lochalsh, or stay above water and enjoy one of Calum's Seal Trips.
The Seafood Trail
The Seafood Trails meandering route, through some of the most spectacular coastal scenery Scotland has to offer, enables seafoodies to sample, share and enjoy seafood and shellfish from a wide variety of waterfront establishments.
From the freshest of crab rolls served with a squeeze of lemon and some home-made mayonnaise, to Michelin rated menus that feature a wide range of timestakingly prepared dishes, visitors are assured a warm welcome and an eating experience that values freshness and flair above all else.
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