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You know a visit is going to be brilliant by the first impressions. Our first impression was a stressed phone call From me after traffic problems caused us to miss our ferry to Islay. Richard and Janice were really helpful and had room to spare...More
I've been visiting here for a quarter century, and if anything, this great B&B has only improved. I hardly know,where to begin. The hosts have always been delightful, just the right amount of attention,must also,giving you privacy. The food is outstanding. The rooms and amenities...More
Started visiting here with my late husband in the 80s and held mother in laws 70th here. Home from home, stunning views the best hosts and was access to bar next door and of course mot far from the Loch Fyne Oyster Bar amazing.
Stayed for a weekend. The house was lovely in a perfect picturesque setting. Rooms were immaculate and the lounge perfect to chill with a magazine after walking around town and the castle. Richard and Janice could not do enough for us. Made us feel so...More
Once again Creag Dubh was pivotal in our Scottish Tour. It's just the best B&B to stay at on the West Coast.
Geographically Inverary is the perfect place to stop for the Islands and also the Highlands. From here you can drop down to Kennacraig...More
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We are pretty sure that they do not accept pets,but it would be worth phoning the owners because they will probably know of somewhere in or around Inveraray that does as it is quite a small place and folk know each other... More
We are pretty sure that they do not accept pets,but it would be worth phoning the owners because they will probably know of somewhere in or around Inveraray that does as it is quite a small place and folk know each other well.