Southcliffe B&B is situated in Lady Ileene Road.
As you drive into Tarbert past the Victoria Hotel on the right hand side, at the bottom of the hill please turn right as if heading for Campbeltown. Take the second turning on the right and continue into Lady Ileene Road until you reach Southcliffe. We are the first house on the left.
Please note: if you are using a ‘Sat Nav’ to find us the majority take you to the War Memorial. If you find yourself at the memorial, face the church and head downhill towards the main Campbeltown road and you will find Southcliffe Bed & Breakfast the last on your right.
Directions Travelling From Glasgow
From Glasgow west follow the M8 through the centre of Glasgow and head towards Loch Lomond, taking the Erskine Bridge turn off before you get to Greenock. Cross the bridge and follow the A82 towards Crianlarich. Stay on the A82 and pick up the A83 traveling along the banks of Loch Lomond, signposted Inveraray and Campbeltown, continue along this road through Inveraray, Lochgilphead, Ardrishaig and finally to Tarbert and follow the directions above to locate Southcliffe.
Public Transport Directions
Tarbert is a small fishing village located in a central location in the west of Argyll.
Lying between Inveraray, Campbeltown and Oban - Tarbert is an ideal location not only to explore Argyll and Kintyre but also to be able to connect to other parts of Scotland such as Cowal (Tighnabruaich, Kilfinan and Dunoon), and also Islay, Arran or Gigha by one of the Calmac ferries, all within easy reach.
Tarbert sits in a natural amphitheatre surrounded by heather covered hills opens up before them opposite a new marina at Portavadie expanding options for visiting boats and is overlooked by the ruined castle of Robert The Bruce which in turn overlooks Loch Fyne.
The harbour itself is central to the village and is the hub of the working community, home to a small but productive fishing fleet and a harbour with facilities and berths available for passing and long term stays.
The inner harbour contains a traditional stone wall designed and built by Thomas Telford and has had new walls and seating added in recent times.
Sailing visitors to Tarbert, Loch Fyne, will find a small but picturesque harbour, able to take vessels with a draft of up to 3.5 metres no matter what the state of the tide. One cannot fail to be impressed by the oustanding beauty of the harbour as they enter East Loch Tarbert.
Tarbert is a very pretty village with many interesting attractions, many of these are listed in other sections of this web site, including festivals and other local events. You may wish to time a visit to coincide with one of these events