Stunning B and B in the heart of Argyll and Kintyre

We would like to wish you a warm welcome to our home, and contemporary Bed & Breakfast "Bluebell Cottage" which is a modern purpose built establishment situated 5 miles south of West Tarbert, on the B8001.

We are just off of the Main A83 and only 2 minutes drive from Kennacraig Ferry which sails to Islay, Jura and Colonsay.

Also, Claonaig Ferry is only 5 miles away for travel to the Isle of Arran.

We offer a light breakfast consisting of quality fresh fruit and juices; cereals; yogurts; toast, tea and filtered coffee. Locally sourced seasonal produce as available.

All bedrooms are en-suite with showers; king-sized beds, and flat-screen TV's with independent Sky TV viewing. Tea and coffee making facilities are available in each room.

Our aim is to provide you with an excellent service in a homely,hospitable and relaxed atmosphere while you visit this beautiful area of Argyll.

Why choose us?

Please take a moment to read our reviews on Tripadvisor for comments from previous guests. We are very proud of the high reputation we have earned and intend to keep it!

Pictures of our comfortable accommodation can be viewed in the Accommodation Gallery

Our dining room overlooks Redhouse Burn which runs the full length of our garden. Small trout can often be seen in the burn, along with many species of birds using the burn as their water source.

Occasionally, wild deer visit our garden and some pictures of them and pictures of the stunning surroundings can be viewed in the Surroundings Gallery.

The nearby West Loch Hotel offers excellent evening meals.

We are an ideal stop over for the ferry connections in both directions. You can also explore the beautiful Island of Gigha, with it's breathtaking beaches, clear green seas and hosts of wildlife. Achamore Gardens can be found on the island which has a vast array of beautiful trees, plants and flowers worth viewing.

During your stay, why not visit historical Skipness Castle and St. Brendans Chappel. Built in the thirteenth century, it is well preserved and entry is free, giving you a golden opportunity to take some stunning photographs and enjoy the wonderful views of Arran. You can also relax and have a bite to eat at the Seafood Cabin.

If you are visiting Islay you might want to take a look at The Old Excise House with luxury accommodation and stunning views.

If you decide that you would like a memento of your visit, or purchase a gift, the Loch Fyne Gallery has a good stock of pictures by local artists, as well as fine quality gifts available at reasonable prices and is recommended.

 Some pictures of a young deer by the burn next to the house taken by our guests.