The Taynuilt Hotel has 10 rooms in total, each named after a different Scottish loch such as Loch Etive, Loch Awe and Loch Creran. We have single, twin, double and superior double rooms available each with their own individual character.
The Taynuilt Hotel is a Highland property situated at the heart of the picturesque village of Taynuilt in Argyll. The village of Taynuilt even takes its name from the hotel as Taynuilt in Gaelic means ‘house by the burn’. The Taynuilt Hotel for centuries has been a staging post for travelers along this route.
Nestling at the foot of Ben Cruachan, between Loch Etive & Loch Awe, in an area of outstanding natural beauty and steeped in history, Taynuilt offers the inspired choice location for discovering the West Coast of Scotland. It is only a 20 minute drive to Oban and the ferries, perfect for visits to the Inner Hebrides and beyond. The hotel provides an excellent base to visit the surrounding area and take part in the many local activities such as fishing, hill walking, golf, wildlife tours and much more.
The family run Taynuilt Hotel has 10 rooms in total, all named after Scottish Lochs. Which one could you stay in: Loch Ness, Loch Creran, Loch Awe, or maybe Loch Fyne?
The hotel offers modern en-suite rooms and has free parking on site. The rooms feature a flat screen TV, comfortable beds and tea/coffee making facilities along with a nice added extra of free luxury toiletries for each guest.
.The hotel has two eating areas available: the cosy lounge bar and the Snug restaurant. Our chefs use the freshest produce from the West Coast of Scotland and use simple ingredients to enhance their flavours. The menu offers a variety of delicious meals to compliment all tastes. The restaurant is open to residents and non-residents alike.
The hotel’s lounge bar is perfect to enjoy a drink with friends or a tasty cup of our coffee with the chef’s homemade fudge, shortbread and ice creams.
Taynuilt Hotel, with its modern facilities, fine hospitality and superb food, is the perfect choice for visiting Argyll and the West Coast of Scotland.