Bed & Breakfast
SelfCatering Rated by The Scottish Tourist Board
Bed & Breakfast Rated by The Scottish Tourist Board
Member of the Association of Scotland's Self Caterers
Peter & Pauline Carruthers
Kilchrenan Holiday Homes
Loch Awe Side
The village has an excellent pub with a cosy, friendly bar plus a popular dining room serving good quality, unpretentious lunches and evening meals as well as a range of snacks. Children are welcome. There are also two high class hotels in the area offering outstanding cuisine in beautiful locations. These are not the only options you can visit or enjoy. There are many other things you can discover. Take a gamble and visit us!
Gillean Brighde is a beautifully appointed ranch-style bungalow offering comfortable, homely accommodation situated on the shores of Loch Awe with stunning southerly views over the loch, its wooded shores and surrounding hills. There are three guest rooms, two doubles and one twin, all with attractive, modern en suite facilities. Residents have a lovely lounge/dining room with open fire, comfortably furnished, enjoying the best of the view and offering Sky television. Televisions are also provided in the bedrooms, as are tea & coffee making facilities and hair dryers.
Tariff: £30.00 per person per night for two occupuying a double or twin room. Single person occupancy; £40.00 per person per night. Full cooked breakfast, fruit, etc, is included. Vegetarians catered for. Pets only strictly by prior arrangement.
For further information about either self-catering or bed & breakfast please telephone:
Phone/FAX +44 (0) 1866 833 286
Places you must visit in Scotland
Millions of tourists come each year to breathe Scotland’s solitude and enjoy the spectacular views of the castles and lochs. You will explore the birthplace of golf, admire the tartan kilts, live crazy nights in Edinburgh, trace the footsteps of legendary queens and kings and try to spot the Loch Ness Monster. Spend your vacation in Scotland and make sure you will not miss the most amazing places in this country!
Discover the best of Scotland
Depending on what you wish to visit and the things you dream to do, you can stay in a five-star accommodation such as Kinloch House – Perthshire in Blairgowrie and Kinloch Lodge on the Isle of Skye or in a cozy Bed and Breakfast accommodation such as Tigh Geal or Gillean Brighde in the village of Kilchrenan. Yet regardless of where you will sleep and no matter how long you plan to stay in Scotland, exploring Edinburgh Castel is definitely a must.
This castle built in the 13th Century is only one of the masterpieces you will discover in Scotland. Sped a few moments on top of the Castlehill and catch your breath, as you will depart towards St Andrews, nearby Dundee, where you have to practice your golf skills at Royal and Ancient Golf Club. From this place you will head to Loch Lomond, this idyllic spot with wonderful scenery and where you can enjoy a boat trip.
Tour along the Western Highland Way, pass through the amazing Argyll, depart from Glasgow and head towards Fort William. You will barely have time for http://www.camplace.com as there are so many spots to explore and charming things to do. Have a break on Isle of Arran, take a few photographs of the delightful landscapes and enjoy the tranquil and peace exuded here. Hike on Goat Fell Mountain, recharge your batteries in Brodick Castle and explore the golf in a ferry ride.
Spend relaxing and restful nights at Gillean Brighde in the village of Kilchrenan, wander around this appealing area and forget about daily stress or work-related problems. Because this village is placed at the foot of the Munro Ben Cruachan and in the proximity of Loch Awe in Argyll and Bute, you will not get bored here. Explore the area by foot, learn how to ride horseback or hop on a bike and get the most out of your adventure in Scotland.
Grab your binoculars and head to Loch Ness, where a mighty yet shy monster awaits for you in the deep waters of the loch. Charm your eyes with the colourful buildings on the largest of Scotland’s inner isles – Skye – then spend your night in Glasgow, where the drinks, parties and live music will keep you awake until the sun will come up again.
Fill your lungs with the pure air in the Northern Highlands, admire the locals dressed up in kilts at special occasions and do not miss the delicious traditional foods served in almost every Scottish restaurant. Spend a week surrounded by the breathtaking scenery of Scotland and make sure you will enjoy every moment in this wonderful country!