Springside B&B Tarbert Argyll

We offer B&B accommodation at Springside in Tarbert - a beautiful fishing village on the west coast of Scotland situated on Loch Fyne which is within easy reach of the richly historic areas of Kilmartin and Kintyre.

Springside is also very conveniently located for the ferries to Islay, Jura, Colonsay, Gigha, Arran and the Cowal Peninsula.

This is an ideal place to stay for exploring the mainland and islands on day trips or just for an overnight stop before or after your ferry.

B&B photo Argyll
B&B photo Argyll The house is a 100 year old stone-built fisherman's cottage situated close to the shore, with sea views, at the harbour entrance.

All the boats which enter or leave the harbour sail past the house and can be seen from the front bedrooms.

twin bedroom We offer accommodation in 4 rooms:
  • 1 double ensuite
  • 1 twin ensuite
  • 1 single ensuite
  • 1 single with private bathroom

All rooms have central heating and tea/coffee making facilities.

single bedroom family bedroom family bedroom
guest lounge [ click on room photos to enlarge ]

The attractive guest lounge has a colour TV and is just the place to sit and plan your day's sightseeing.

A hearty Scottish breakfast is served and special attention is paid to the needs of vegetarians.

The house is within 5 minutes walking distance of the village amenities, which include many excellent eating places.
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B&B rates:
£40 per person per night based on 2 sharing a double/twin ensuite room.
£50 for a single room.

Room only rate (no breakfast):
£35 per person based on 2 sharing a double/twin ensuite room.
£45 per person in single room.

Open from 1st April - 30th September 2019.

No smoking - Ample private parking - Pets welcome.

To make a booking - please contact us direct:

Alison and Donald Marshall
Springside B&B
Pier Road, Tarbert, Argyll PA29 6UE, Scotland
Tel: +44 (0)1880 820 413
Email: marshall.springside@virgin.net

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