Member of

 Kilmartin
 Area Tourist
 Association

 

History

Local places of interest

Museum of Ancient Culture
Kilmartin church and graveyard, with early Christian crosses and grave slabs
Prehistoric stone circles and cairns - older than the pyramids
Cups and rings marked rocks
Dunadd, Iron-Age fort, home of the first Kings of Scotland
Carnasserie Castle, 16th C.
Kilmory woodland Park
Gardens, Rhododendrons, Azaleas and specimen trees at their best
Moine Mhor Nature Reserve
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This famous site of Nether Largie above has been surveyed and analysed by many visitors, and it has been suggested that the stones  here probably functioned together as a lunar observatory. 

Temple Wood is yet another famous site (above left) and (above right) one of the many cairns which can be found throughout Kilmartin Glen.


We are uniquely situated for those wishing to visit and explore the numerous sights of interest in the area.

(All below are available within a short drive from the hotel)

Things to do :
 

 Fishing  (sea and loch)

 Horse-riding, Water sports, Boat trips etc.

 Golf: six golf Courses within easy reach

 
Places to see:
 

 Inveraray Castle
 The dramatic landscape of Glencoe
 Wildlife Centre
 Craobh Haven Watersports
 The Famous "Mull of Kintyre"
 Day trips to many beautiful Islands which lie off the West Coast
 Britain's only "Bridge over the Atlantic"  ...and much, much more

 

[ Enquiries ]

Kilmartin Hotel, Kilmartin, Argyll, PA31 8RQ.


Our aims

Our aims for your break include a comfortable standard of accommodation coupled with an extensive choice of wholesome fayre from our bar meal restaurant menus. Famous whisky bar and real ales on tap.

 

 

 

 


 

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