The Galley of Lorne Inn
Overlooking Loch Craignish, The Galley of Lorne Inn is a 17th-century inn offering warm accommodation and a variety of dining opportunities on the west coast of Scotland. Nearby, visitors can enjoy guided glen walks, fishing, horse riding, sailing and wildlife spotting.
The guestrooms are fitted with LCD TVs, iPod docking stations, complimentary Wi-Fi, hospitality trays and a comprehensive guest information folders.
At the on-site restaurant, guests can enjoy pre or post dinner drinks on comfy sofas, admire David Graham’s paintings, and savour hearty meals prepared using locally sourced seafood, Argyll beef, venison and lamb, Highland game birds, and vegetables.
A former cattle byre, the lounge bar beckons with a wide selection of 50 malt whiskies, gins and other tipples that can be sampled in front of a wood-burning stove in the colder months.
Groupon’s Guide to Argyll and Bute
The region of Argyll and Bute beckons with a wide range of attractions including not only museums and castles but also parks, zoos and aquariums.
Travellers may start their journey with a visit to the Inveraray Jail, a well-maintained building displaying how prisons worked many years ago. Those wanting to embrace their spiritual side may go to the St Conan’s Kirk, a church dating back to the 19th century featuring stained glass, woodwork decorations, statues and arches.