Tregortha is a traditional stone-built Victorian villa from the 19th century. Breakfast with a view in our sunny conservatory overlooking the beautiful Kyles of Bute.
Comfortable, friendly accommodation on Argyll's Secret Coast. Ideally situated to explore the surrounding countryside and islands of Bute, Islay and further afield. Do read our reviews on TripAdvisor.
Services: bikes / motor bikes can be safely stored in our garage.
Pets: well behaved dogs and cats are welcomed.
Tighnabruaich is approximately 1 hour 45 minutes drive from Glasgow Airport.
Ten minutes drive / 30 minutes cycle to Portavadie for ferry to Tarbert (Loch Fyne) hence to Kennacraig or Tayinloan for onward travel on ferries to Islay or Gigha.
We are very well placed for cyclists on the " 5 ferries round trip" and for walkers on the "Cowal Way" which is Scotland's most diverse and ever-changing long distance foot path.
Looking forward to welcome you in Tregortha!
Karmen & Gabor
The Cowal Way in Argyll is known as ‘Scotland in 57 miles’. The Cowal Way ranks as one of Scotland's most scenic long distance routes. It begins at Portavadie in the southwest, where the ferry runs from Tarbert in Kintyre, passes trough Tighnabruaich and the way to end at Inveruglas on the shores of Loch Lomond.
The lovely island of Bute is twenty minutes away by road and ferry from Colintraive. The busy town of Rothesay is well worth a visit with plenty of shops (inc. charity shops), cafes and pubs. Mount Stewart is a day trip in itself. A guided tour round the beautiful house, or a wander round the magnificent gardens, or a bit of both, then a meal or coffee in the restaurant before returning. A visit to Scalpsie Bay to watch the seals, or a trip to the cafe at Ettrick Bay to sample the home baking, are both recommended.
For yachties, a visit to the modern marina at Portavadie is worthwhile, a cafe and restaurant provide sustenance and the new Sports Centre, provides state of the art leisure facilities, with two swimming pools thrown in. Also at Portavadie is the ferry terminal to the busy little town of Tarbert on the Mull of Kintyre. A further car journey will take you down to the scenic villages of Skipness and Carradale or the fishing port of Campbelltown.
An hours drive, up round Loch Fyne will take you to the Historic town of Inveraray. The castle is the seat of the Duke of Argyll Chief of Clan Campbell, and is well worth a visit. Also recommended is the old jail at Inveraray, very popular with children. There are various cafes and restaurants in the town to sustain you for the return journey.
The busy town of Dunoon is 40 minutes away be car, the bustling high street is replete with cafes and charity shops in equal measure. Two supermarkets, a castle museum, and a handsome promenade round the West Bay make a day trip worthwhile. There is also access to Benmore Gardens, seven miles outside the town for those with a horticultural bent, boasting an avenue of the tallest trees in Scotland, and a splendid cafe to boot.
A beautiful sandy beach looking over to Arran, unspoilt by traffic ( it requires a 15 min stroll from the nearest road).
|Loch Eck (Ensuite Double)||£70 Per room per night (breakfast inc.)|
|Loch Fyne (Ensuite King or Twin with Sea View)||£75 Per room per night (breakfast inc.)|
|Loch Riddon (Ensuite King or Twin with Sea View)||£75 Per room per night (breakfast inc.)|
|Loch Tarsan (Ensuite Double)||£70 Per room per night (breakfast inc.)|
Note: Prices are a guide only and may change on a daily basis.
Kids up to 2 years old can stay for free, baby cot is available upon request for room Loch Riddon and Loch Fyne.