Gowanlea Heights B&B
Bed and Breakfast in Campbeltown
Arran Suite, Gowanlea B&BGowanlea B&B
The private suite in Gowanlea Heights four star B&B sleeps from one to four people. The entire private suite of rooms is for you (and your group) only and is on the ground floor. There are two bedrooms, one with one standard double bed (can arrange an extra bed too) and a twin room with two standard single beds, these are served by one private lounge and a private bathroom, no en suite. Occupancy based pricing. Please choose numbers of adults and children, plus ages, for the correct price.
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Gowanlea Heights is a Visit Scotland Four Star B&B in Campbeltown; ideal as a comfortable base from which to tour the Kintyre 66, explore Kintyre or stay for business.
Come stay with us at our beautiful bed and breakfast featuring original Victorian decor as well as luxurious rooms, delicious breakfasts, and the best hospitality around. We are located in a quiet part of town, close to the centre, so you can explore amazing restaurants and great independent shops and cafes!
Campbeltown is situated at the southern end of the Kintyre Peninsula and is at the heart of the history of Scotland’s Whisky production. Six golf courses are within easy reach and the stunning scenery of the world-famous Mull of Kintyre and beautiful surroundings are just moments away.
Gowanlea Heights offers you one private suite comprising of one large double and one large twin room, your own lounge, and your own bathroom. Offering excellent service and a highly rated breakfast, we also ensure you have most of the entire ground floor of this wonderful Victorian property to yourself.
Guests can relax and unwind at Gowanlea Heights with comfort, décor and facilities of a very high standard. You may want to avail yourselves to the six golf courses nearby including the award winning Machrihanish Dunes and the world-top 100 Machrihanish Golf Club.
If whisky is to your liking, there are three nearby distilleries offering tours and tastings, there’s even an eco-friendly gin distillery too.
Stunning scenery is all around as you explore Kintyre or take the Kintyre 66 and see the ancient, the old and the new that this wonderful peninsula offers.