Gowanlea Heights B&B
Experience the charm of yesteryear at Gowanlea Heights, a Visit Scotland Four Star Bed and Breakfast in Campbeltown. Conveniently located near popular golf courses such as Machrihanish Pro, Machrihanish Dunes, Dunaverty, Carradale, and Tarbert, and just a short ferry ride to Gigha course. Distillery enthusiasts can also easily visit Mitchell’s Glengyle, Springbank, Glen Scotia and Beinn an Tuirc. Each room features original Victorian details, paired with modern amenities including streaming video services, fast Wi-Fi, a free EV charge point, and an AI assistant.
Gowanlea Heights Bed and Breakfast in Campbeltown
Gowanlea Heights Bed and Breakfast
Gowanlea Heights Bed & Breakfast
Why stay with us?
Experience top-notch hospitality and comfortable accommodation at Gowanlea Bed and Breakfast in Campbeltown.
Our exclusive four-star, spacious suite is perfect for groups of 1-4 people and is located in a quiet, yet convenient part of Campbeltown.
With years of experience in the industry, we pride ourselves on providing excellent service and quality accommodations.
Independently assessed and monitored, we hold a Four Star rating from Visit Scotland and are committed to ensuring a memorable stay in Kintyre.
Only you stay here
Experience luxury and entertainment in our private suite, featuring a lounge and bedrooms equipped with TVs offering Freeview, Netflix, and our own extensive PLEX media service. Enjoy thousands of streaming movies and box sets at no additional cost.
Additional amenities include an Amazon Alexa, tea and coffee making facilities, a fridge, freezer, and microwave. Perfect for solo travelers or groups, our rooms and facilities boast exceptional specifications and value.
Discover the rich history of this 1870 Victorian house, originally gifted by His Grace George Campbell, the 8th Duke of Argyll, to his faithful servant, Duncan Ferguson. As Procurator for the Duke, Mr. Ferguson was a valued member of the household until his passing in 1881. The house remained in the Ferguson family for a while before entering into contemporary private ownership.