The Cairndow Stagecoach Inn is a marvellous coaching inn, one of the oldest in Scotland, on the edge of Loch Fyne. The views, seen from here by generations of people dating back to 1870, are of the magnificent loch, multi-hued green hills and undulating grasslands. Among those who have stopped here are John Keats in 1818 and Queen Victoria in 1875. The inn is still proud to offer a friendly welcome and aims to render the best possible service. Its rooms are well appointed, with quietly elegant furnishings. They are all en-suite and centrally heated, in addition to having free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, tea and coffee making facilities and many more little luxuries. Breakfast is also included. Well worth noting is that the family rooms are pet friendly. Enjoy your stay!
Having visited hundreds of restaurants throughout the British Isles, sometimes it’s easy to think that you have probably seen it all. However, there are some that sneak up and take us completely by surprise;
A trip into a bygone era is what you can expect when visiting the Upper Crust restaurant. Its owners Mary & Roger, along with Mary's sister Kate, really have put their heart and soul into this restaurant.