Stonefield Castle

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Tarbert, Inveraray & Argyll
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AA 4 stars
"Pros: Food, dinner lunch and breakfast were first class, Staff were very friendly, Locatio..."

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Wine and Dine

A bottle of wine in your room on arrival

£115.00


Romantic Break

A bottle of Champagne on arrival

from £73.00


Walking Break

A packed lunch on one day

£115.00


Dinner on One Night

Breakfast and dinner on the first evening

from £89.00


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Breakfast

from £45.00


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Why stay at Stonefield Castle?

Built in 1837 and beautifully renovated and updated, Stonefield Castle offers a fantastic 4-star stay on Argyll's famous Kintyre peninsula. The hotel has 32 exceptional en-suite bedrooms, many featuring fabulous views of Loch Fyne or the hotel's expansive gardens, and a very distinct, Highland character. 

Explore the 60 acres of woodland grounds and gardens surrounding the hotel, have a go at the nearby Tarbert Golf Club, pay a visit to Loch Lomond and The Trossachs or simply luxuriate in a peaceful, countryside retreat. 

When it's time to dine, guests can take a seat in the hotel's wonderful AA Rosette awarded restaurant and sample a wide variety of Scottish cuisines accompanied by a selection of fine wines. For a nightcap or peaceful afternoon drink, there's also the welcoming bar, which boasts more than 50 malt whiskies for sampling.

Where is Stonefield Castle Hotel?

Loch Fyne, Tarbert PA29 6YJ 

Approach via the A82 Loch Lomond Road, switching to the A83 where the castle can be found two miles north of Tarbert between Lochgilphead and Campbeltown. The nearest train station is Oban, which is 60 miles away.

What’s worth visiting in Tarbert?

  • Tarbert Golf Club - This 9-hole course is located in a scenic spot and is ideal for both casual and more experienced golfers.
  • Tarbert Castle - Overlooking the harbour, Tarbert Castle is a great place to learn more about the history of the Argyll region.
  • The Kintyre Way Walk - Enjoy stunning views of Loch Fyne and its surroundings on this walk from Tarbert to Skipness.
  • Fishing – Relax, unwind and partake in a little seasonal fishing - Tarbert East Pier and Loch Fyne offer great fishing spots.

Where is there to eat & drink at the hotel?

Offering wonderful views over Loch Fyne, the hotel's AA Rosette restaurant serves the finest Scottish cuisine, beautifully complemented by a carefully selected wine list. 

After dining, guests can retire to the cosy hotel bar, which boasts a selection of more than 50 malt whiskies and a beautiful, Baronial setting. 

Breakfast: 07:30 – 10:00

Lunch: Bar menu 12:00 – 20:45, 14:00 – 20:45 (Sunday)

Dinner: 18:30 – 20:45

Features at a glance

  • 32 tastefully decorated en-suite bedrooms
  • AA Rosette awarded restaurant
  • Set in 60 acres of woodland gardens
  • Ideally located for exploring Argyll
  • Panoramic views over Loch Fyne
  • Pets welcome, £10 charge per stay
  • Complimentary WiFi throughout
  • Free car parking available 

What else do I need to know?

  • Check in after 15:00, check out by 11:00.
  • Disabled access rooms available – please contact us to check details and availability
  • To make a booking for Loch or Garden View rooms, please get in touch with our team
  • To contact easy-breaks.com call 08430 55 44 33 or email reservations@easy-breaks.com

easy-breaks.com says

“Always dreamed of spending the night in a grand, Scottish castle? Then Stonefield Castle is the perfect pick! A wonderful example of Scottish Baronial architecture and boasting more than 60 acres of gorgeous woodland and well-tended gardens, the hotel is a truly magical experience and a top choice for romantic breaks in Argyll.”

Customer Reviews

Rated 4 out of 5.
06/11/2015
Pros: Food, dinner lunch and breakfast were first class, Staff were very friendly, Location and Gardens great. Very dog friendly, allowed everywhere apart from dinning room, can eat in long if dont want dogs to be left in room. Cons: very minor issues, waits at bar could be long, only half the rooms are upgraded/refurbed those that aren't are clean and slightly tired, apparently rooms being upgraded Jan 2016! Can hear adjoining rooms talking as if in same room. We loved our stay so much we......
Rated 5 out of 5.
03/12/2012
just returned from a very enjoyable 2 day DB&B stay with our dog in this splendid castle hotel.or was it a dream?? The overall ambiance was perfect. All the staff exuded genuine hospitality and the food was particularly fantastic . We were warmly welcomed and shown round on arrival and the invitation to sit by the open log fire in the baronial hall was enticing - and apart form walks in the grounds (and eating!) we did little else. The decor is tasteful and suits the castle, the bedroom......
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