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Just what was it about this area on the extreme west coast of Scotland that inspired Sir Paul McCartney to write one of the world’s best selling hit songs “Mull of Kintyre”? Was it the peace and tranquillity, the unspoilt beauty, the superb golf courses, extensive sandy beaches, spectacular wildlife, historic castles, Scotch whisky, unhurried pace of life or the friendliness of the people renowned for the warmest welcome in Scotland? Why not come and find out for yourself …and better still, why not make Dalnaspidal Guest House your base for exploring Scotland’s best kept secret …the Kintyre Peninsula. We look forward to meeting you and welcoming you to Dalnaspidal.
For the golfer, fisherman, birdwatcher, nature lover, amateur archaeologist, whisky connoisseur and wind farm enthusiast – the opportunities are endless. There are facilities for horse riding, sailing, sea angling, loch and river fishing, indoor swimming and unlimited hiking and walking opportunities (including the newly opened 88 mile Kintyre Way walking trail), not to mention numerous castles, burial cairns and dunns, and four superb golf courses in the immediate vicinity including the world renowned Machrihanish Golf Course and not to forget the popular Machrie Golf Course on neighbouring Islay.
Whether you are looking for a romantic getaway, a relaxing holiday, sporting weekend or just a base to explore the surrounding beauty of the Kintyre Peninsula or perhaps even the neighbouring islands of Gigha, Arran, Islay and Jura, Dalnaspidal Guest House is ideally situated with many of these facilities located right here on our doorstep. Located at Tangy (approximately 2 miles off the main Campbeltown road) in a spectacular rural setting with magnificent views down a valley to the Atlantic Ocean and Islay, Dalnaspidal Guest House is only 6 miles (10 minutes by car) from Campbeltown and 15 minutes drive from Machrihanish Golf Course.