Gowanlea Heights, luxury B&B in Campbeltown
Stay in Gowanlea Heights B&B in Campbeltown! This luxurious Campbeltown B&B is within easy reach of the Machrihanish Pro, Machrihanish Dunes, Dunaverty, Carradale and Tarbert golf courses and only a short island hop away to the Gigha course. It’s also within easy reach of the Mitchell’s Glengyle, Springbank, Glen Scotia and Beinn an Tuirc distilleries too!
There’s lot’s to see and do, you might choose to explore Kintyre, tour the Kintyre 66, play endless rounds of golf, hike, bike or try to spot shrikes. Whatever you decide to do, we’ve got your back!
Stay in this gorgeous, Victorian Bed & Breakfast in a quiet part of Campbeltown where you can count on us to make your accommodation comfortable and relaxing for both business or pleasure. Book now!
Our B&B in Campbeltown is in high demand so always try to book well in advance to avoid disappointment!
Gowanlea Heights is a stylish bed & breakfast with a ground-floor suite comprising of a sizable twin room, double, own bathroom and lounge. It’s an ideal base for the Kintyre 66. You’ll be the only guests and have the suite to yourself.
Gowanlea Heights Bed and Breakfast
Gowanlea Heights Bed & Breakfast
This spacious, comfortable and well-equipped bed & breakfast offers terrific comfort and value in a town centre location. Free on-site parking for more than one vehicle, free Type 2 7kW EV charge point, own private bathroom, one double room, one twin room, free Wi-Fi, your own guest lounge & dining room, a delicious choice of breakfasts and friendly staff combine to offer you a top class stay. We’re a proud to be a member of Scotland’s Best B&B’s.
You are the only guests
This smart, comfortable, well equipped, ground-floor suite of rooms, your own private bathroom and your own lounge! It’s exclusively yours!
All rooms feature TV’s with Netflix, our own extensive PLEX media service with 400 streaming movies and shows, Amazon Alexa, tea and coffee making facilities, fridge, freezer, and microwave. This is ideal for families and small groups travelling together.
The building of this 1870 Victorian House was commissioned by the Duke of Argyll and handed to Duncan Ferguson who was Procurator Fiscal for the Duke of Argyll until 1881. Later it became a coaching house for some of the Duke's employees.