The Grey Gull Inn - on the scenic shores of Loch Gilp The Grey Gull Inn  ::  Ardrishaig  ::  Argyll  :: 

 

 

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Grey Gull Lounge

The Grey Gull is renowned for it's good food and professionalism using mainly local produce wherever possible.



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Accommodation at The Grey Gull - Ardrishaig by Lochgilphead Mid-Argyll

No more than 2 minutes walk from Lock 4 on the famous Crinan Canal we are also in an ideal location for seafarers seeking a well earned rest in comfortable accommodation. A relaxed, friendly welcome awaits you at our recently modernised and refurbished hotel. Enjoy the marvellous scenery which includes the beautiful Loch Gilp and Loch Fyne.

We can offer 24 en-suite bedrooms, a relaxing lounge, patio garden, conference room, complimentary internet access, welcoming staff and stunning views!

Disabled Access: The Grey Gull has excellent disabled access both into the Hotel and throughout the ground floor public areas. We also have some ground floor bedrooms and dedicated car parking bays for the disabled.

 

Shoreline at the Grey Gull Inn

Ardrishaig is a perfect location for your exploration of Mid Argyll, with its many historical sites, walks and beautiful countryside. We are positioned mid-way between Oban and Campbeltown with easy access to some of the finest hill-walking, fishing, mountain-biking and golfing areas in Scotland. The Grey Gull Inn is also conveniently placed for catching the early morning ferry to Islay or Arran.
Loch Fyne shoreline  

 

Crinan Canal Ardrishaig

Oft described as “Britain’s most beautiful shortcut”, the Crinan Canal's starting point is here in Ardrishaig. After the sea lock, the yacht basin and several more locks the canal runs parallel to the shores of Loch Gilp. Passing the west side of Lochgilphead it then meanders across the peninsula towards Crinan and the Sound of Jura. The canal is a fine example of 19th century engineering and is still much used by both yachts and fishing boats wishing to avoid a passage around the Mull of Kintyre.
See the Crinan Canal