The Colintraive Hotel is hidden away on Argyll's Secret Coast within the quiet village of Colintraive. We offer delicious local produce cooked simply and well in our restaurant and bar and have 4 rooms available for guests to stay.
Our cosy Pub with sea views and a wood burning stove, serves fantastic local seafood, fantastic beef from the Island of Bute and Winston Churchill's game. We have locally produced gins, whiskies and real ales from across the isles to keep you refreshed in our sunny beer garden. Fine wines are available to accompany your meal in the elegant restaurant and brilliant locally roasted Argyll coffee to enjoy by our fire on those rare rainy west coast days. Even better with a wee dram in it! The Restaurant, also with sea views, is perfect for special occasions and small weddings. Do read our reviews on TripAdvisor.
Pets are very welcome in the bar - we love all the dogs that visit and will always give them a drink and have a treat available. Colintraive is a delightful coastal village where eagles, red squirrels, seals, deer and basking sharks are regular sights. It is great for country and coastal walks along the Cowal Way. Many Munros are within a short drive. There are thrilling cycle routes, kayaking with seals and the best sailing routes through the Kyles of Bute.
The Colintraive Hotel has four lovely bedrooms, contemporary ensuites, super comfy beds and stunning sea views across to the Island of Bute and countryside. Sailors are welcome to use our sailors' facilities and our five moorings located close to the hotel. We have capacity from 15 - 65 tonnes and please call ahead to ensure availability.
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