Carradales luxury Guest House accommodation Carradale
“Carradales” is a traditionally built Victorian detached house, originally built as a Church of Scotland Manse in 1880. Completely refurbished, “Carradales” offers luxury Guest House accommodation.
Guests can also enjoy the roaring fire from the Victorian Fireplace in the beautiful lounge and log burner in the dining room. A full Scottish, lighter option or vegetarian breakfast and evening meal can be enjoyed in the dining room from the warmth of the wood burner. Breakfast may be served from the comfort of your room on a Sunday.
Meals are created by our professional Chef, Steve and are made from locally sourced ingredients.
Our guest house is perfect for exploring this stunning part of the Kintyre Peninsular popular with walkers, nature lovers, cyclists, golfers, game shooting, water sports enthusiasts and those looking to relax and enjoy the breath-taking and tranquil scenery. The Caledonia Way, National Route 78 of the National Cycle Network, runs from Campbeltown to Inverness via Carradale, and follows Kintyre and the Great Glen. It offers a variety of cycling, from challenging on-road hills to lengthy sections of traffic-free paths through the spectacular scenery.
Carradale Golf Course boasts a 9-hole golf course with stunning panoramas across the Kilbrannan Sound to Arran, Ailsa Craig and on a good day to Ayrshire, our nine hole golf course has something for every ability – and presents enough of a challenge for even the most experienced players and is only 5 minutes away. 30 minutes away is the award winning Machrihanish Dunes Golf Resort.
Quite simply we offer charm and hospitality with character, style and comfort to create a homely environment.
Maurice & Steve welcome you to their home.