East Kintyre has been a top holiday destination for many generations of visitors.
You’ll find a wide range of fabulous places to stay in the area, including hotels, guest houses, self-catering cottages or houses and camping and caravan parks . . . in fact, there’s something for every taste and budget.
*26 April 2021 is re-opening day for many establishments*
All our places to stay, eat, drink, visit, shop and meet people are collectively working together to create and deliver unique experiences so you can enjoy an amazing visit, which is welcoming, safe and memorable. We want you to enjoy the best of what East Kintyre has to offer, but we would ask you to do so safely, and with the utmost respect to our community. The area has done exceptionally well in shielding itself from Covid-19 and with your help when visiting, by following the guidelines, not only will you have a fabulous holiday, we will welcome you with open arms (at a 2m distance!)! For full up to date guidance please check the Scottish Government Website. All we ask is that you do a little more planning before you visit, and check what is open and when, plus contact businesses direct so you can book ahead before you arrive.
To make a booking please contact the providers directly or for more information click on the website links, where available. Please mention this website when contacting accommodation providers: thank you!
Going the Extra Mile
The communities and businesses in Argyll & the Isles have been immensely proud and energised to go the extra mile to welcome visitors in a safe and responsible way.
Find out more at Going The Extra Mile
We’re Good To Go
Look out for the ‘We’re Good To Go’ industry standard and supporting mark. This means businesses across all sectors of the tourism industry in Scotland can demonstrate that they're adhering to the respective government and public health guidance, and have carried out a COVID-19 risk assessment.
Dolphins in Carradale
Anthony Gormley Statue - Saddell Bay
Local Band Rhuvaal release their music video of song The Harbour.
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