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Ardanaiseig

Argyll, Scotland

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Hotel Report

Why Stay At Ardanaiseig

A grand 18-room country hotel in a former residential home on a picturesque lake in western Scotland, The Ardanaiseig is the ideal setting for a romantic country weekend.

The Scoop

A landmarked Scottish estate originally built as a private home in 1834, this country hotel on beautiful Loch Awe is a popular romantic getaway for couples from Glasgow and Edinburgh. The hotel's name, which means "ferry point" in Gaelic, is a nod to the importance of the lake, which supplies the fresh wild salmon to the property's award-winning restaurant. Many of the 18 guest rooms—all of which are individually decorated in vibrant shades of pink, red, or blue—enjoy magnificent lake views. Adding to the allure is an in-house whiskey expert who oversees tastings of world-renowned local brands. (The hotel is, after all, just 40 minutes from Oban.) The expansive grounds include a "secret" walled garden, and the property outfits guests for fishing right outside its door.

Insider Tips

On a clear day, take a small boat to Loch Awe's private island, Eilean a Chomraidh, which is also owned by the hotel. Ask the staff to pack you a lunch.

Take advantage of the hotel's dedicated ghillie, or hunting specialist, who will guide you on the hotel grounds.

Awards and Recognitions

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Winner
- Scottish Hotel Awards

Preferred Airport

Arrive at Glasgow Airport (GLA) which is approximately 86 miles from the hotel. Anticipate about 2 hours of travel time.

Kilchrenan by Taynuilt, Argyll, Scotland, United Kingdom

Hotel Features

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Property Amenities
  • Gardens
  • Tennis Courts
  • Library
  • Spa Services
  • Golf nearby
In-Room Amenities
  • Uniquely Furnished
  • Complimentary Internet Access
  • CD Players
  • Designer Toiletries
Dining & Nightlife
  • Restaurant
  • Bar + Lounge
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Hotel Report From the editors of: Travel+Leisure

Why We Love Argyll

The western part of Scotland is majestic—untouched by urbanization and picturesque all year round, with snow-dusted mountain peaks in winter and scenic drives down emerald-green tree-lined roads in summer.

Don't Miss

Inveraray Jail: For history buffs, earmark an afternoon for the macabre (but fascinating) Inveraray Jail, a 19th-century prison 35 miles south of the hotel. Actors in period costumes guide visitors through the inmates' experience, including some of their punishments and an old-fashioned trial.
Church Square, Inveraray. 011-44-1499-302-381
Admission $14.
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Arduaine Garden: This huge coastal garden (a gorgeous hour-long drive from the hotel) is open year-round for walks through its verdant open space, bordered by waterfront views.
Arduaine, Oban.
011-44-844-493-2216
Free.

Where to Eat: At Loch Fyne Oyster Bar, it's all about local freshwater delicacies—mussels, salmon, kippers, and of course oysters, caught within hours of serving from the lake right outside.
Clachan, Cairndow.
011-44-1499-600-482
Dinner for two $102.

Where to Drink: The Lorne Bar in Oban is a classic pub and a favorite of locals, who go for pints of Guinness, local whiskey, and entertainment several nights each week, including live traditional Gallic music on Wednesdays.
Stevenson Street, Oban.
011-44-1631-570-020
Drinks for two $16.
Endless skies and peaceful lochs.

Endless skies and peaceful lochs.

Why Go Now

January 7, 2012
BUPA Great Winter Run
This manageable 5-kilometer run passes some of Edinburgh's most historic buildings. Be a spectator, or join in the fun.
Holyrood Park, Edinburgh.
Entry price $31.

January 19-February 5, 2012
Celtic Connections
This eclectic concert series includes a wide range of performances by artists with a connection to traditional Celtic music, from a tribute to Woody Guthrie to a concert by the local Celtic group Cruinn.
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, 2 Sauchiehall St., Glasgow.
011-44-141-353-8000
From $25 per person.

February 16-26, 2012
Glasgow Film Festival
A comprehensive festival, this popular event takes over the city's cinemas and galleries and often features national and world premieres of Britain's best independent films.
Various Glasgow locations.
011-44-141-332-6535

Ardanaiseig

Argyll, Scotland

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