Bed and Breakfast Accommodation in Kintyre

Local Information in Kintyre

What to do in the local area

Crossaig is on the quiet, winding, B842, almost four miles south of the Arran Ferry at Claonaig, from where a further five mile drive will bring you to the A83 and the Islay Ferry. To the North of Claonaig is the picturesque village of Skipness with beach, Seafood Cabin, the ruined Skipness Castle and Skipness Chapel. There are excellent walks here through the Estate and along the Shore and, of course, the ten mile stretch of the Kintyre Way leading to Tarbert. This Walk also heads south, towards Crossaig, turning off west at the Oak Woods Car Park.

Crossaig is 10 miles north of Carradale with its scenic golf course, harbour, beach and gold foundry and beyond that, at Torrisdale, there is an organic tannery where they produce fine sheepskin articles. Saddell Abbey is well known and the beach there was the location for the famous Mull of Kintyre video.There are riding stables at Peninver and Carradale.
Campbeltown has many attractions, the Owl Centre, the Heritage Centre, Grant Logan Goldsmith and the world famous Springbank Distillery.

Machrihanish Championship Golf Course is here and the latest addition the the peninsula' s tally of courses, Machrihanish Dunes.

On the West side of Kintyre there are glorious views to the islands, fabulous beaches including Westport, beloved of surfers, and the ferry to the tranquil island of Gigha. The quaint and historic fishing village of Tarbert is at the north end of the peninsula.

Accommodation in Kintyre

Crossaig Lodge

by Skipness
PA29 6YQ