You can reach Holy Loch by calling VHF80.
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Holy Loch is located in Argyll and Bute.
Argyll and The Isles are rich with culture and heritage and patiently waiting to be discovered. The brave ones will gladly engage in thrilling adventurous sports, and the quiet ones will want to experience the serenity of island life. Clear waters, sandy empty beaches, picturesque villages and towns and wildlife are waiting for you.
The area has an unspoilt beauty, which makes it a delight for both eye and soul. Ferries will make it easy for you to visit all the islands you want, due to the links between them. Or better! Why not commandeer yourself a boat and start a journey of adventure and discovery?
Whether you are searching for a self-catering unit on Islay, a luxurious hotel in Oban, a cozy and comfortable B&B or a caravan park in Argyll, there is something out there perfect for you. Argyll and The Isles has a marvelous selection of hotels that will suit your budget, tastes, itinerary and length of your stay. The hotels provide anything you need, and the personnel is highly trained and friendly. The award winning B&Bs are usually located in picturesque settings, and they are perfect for families. Here are the most popular accommodation units in Argyll and The Isles: The Royal Hotel, Jura Hotel, The Wellpark Hotel, Loch Fine Hotel & Spa, The Colonsay Hotel, Regent Hotel Oban. You may also want to consider Meadowside B&B, Clohass, Killean Farmhouse, Glenburnie House, Maggie’s, Cherrytree Cottage, Heathfield West, Strumhor, Ederline House B&B and Ayres Guest House. Of course, if you want to enjoy freedom and independence at a maximum level, you can arrange for a self-catering accommodation. Oban, Islay and Mull offer wonderful properties and self-catering establishments: Sands Cottage, Lagnaha, Carry Farm Lodges, The Rowans, Corran Cottage, Crannich Holiday Caravans, Brooke Cottage and Taynuilt Cottage.
If you want an unforgettable culinary experience, Argyll & The Isles will not disappoint you. The region abounds in fantastic dishes made with fresh seafood and drinks that include the finest selection of whiskies. As you enjoy the many beautiful places, Argyll has to offer, take little breaks during the day and indulge yourself with a delicious meal, a flavoured coffee and a yummy dessert. You will find them in all the menus of the restaurants you come across. This is how you have a taste of the region. The best places for a memorable culinary experience are Loch Fyne Oyster Bar, Brambles Bistro, Rob Roy Lounge, Shower of Herring, The Tree Shop Cafe, The Waypoint Bar and Grill, Caramiche Chocolaterie. Or maybe a fancy dinner at the Michelin starred restaurant Isle of Eriska?
It’s time for some drink attractions. Yes, you understood correctly. The gentlemen will be more than happy to take a tour of the historic distilleries and find out everything about the process of making Scotland’s national drink and how beers are brewed. Here is where you can start your tour: Isle of Jura Distillery, Laphroaig Distillery, Lagavulin Distillery, Tartan Tours, Bunnahabhain Distillery, Bruichladdich Distillery (still uses the original equipment from 1881). The region of Argyll and The Isles also produces fine craft beers and ales. Avalanche and Holly Daze are made at Fyne Ales, or you can sample drinks at Scottish Micro Brewery, the world’s smallest island brewery on Colonsay Island. Argyll and The Isles will make you fall in love with the idyllic scenery, the thrilling history and the peaceful islands you will never want to escape from.
With a various selection of things to do, this majestic part of Scotland is famous for its monuments, museums and fun outdoor activities. Discover Staffa National Nature Reserve, Moine Mhor, Highland Titles Nature Reserve, Bute Forest, McCaig’s Tower, Mount Stuart, Dunollie Museum, Castle and Grounds. Also visit Ardkinglas House and Gardens, Kilmartin Museum, Glenbarr Abbey, Castle House Museum and Oban War & Peace Museum. You can also try fishing, cycling, sailing, sea kayaking, surfing or relax while playing golf.
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