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Road, Oban, Argyll PA34 5NP Map
Tel: 01631 567268; email: email@example.com
Café na lusan
is situated in Oban, in the West Highlands of Scotland, and provides tasty
wholesome food in relaxed, friendly surroundings. They tell us "Using
local, fairly-traded and organic food where possible, we do a mix of soups,
snacks, curries n' chillies, home-baking and evening meals which you can
wash down with a selection of organic wines and beers.
Two computers give www access, we have piles of papers with sofas to soak
them up on and we also feature various board games - but be warned we're
the All-Argyll Scrabble Champs! "
Minard, Argyll, PA32 8YF Map
T: 01546 886378
Based in Minard, a
village on the banks of Loch Fyne, Cruachan is the home to Linda and Ian
Ward and offers not only vegan and vegetarian accommodation but also special
interest weekends including such subjects as cookery, herbs, and alternative
Evening meals can be taken in the dining room overlooking grounds which
are frequently visited by wildlife including deer and many songbirds.
The grounds back up into forest, and many walks can be enjoyed in the
area, some straight from the doorstep of Cruachan itself.The breakfast
menu offers an excellent choice for vegans and vegetarians alike and meals
are Cordon Vert standard.
The area of mid Argyll is an excellent place to explore, with the standing
stones of Kilmartin, the Crinan Canal and islands such as Gigha, Islay
and Jura with reasonable distance.
Cruachan itself is a mixture of the 'old and the new', as a mixture of
a 200 year old bothy and modern bungalow.
Enquiries telephone 01546 886378 or e mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Hotel - Kintyre
Port Righ Bay, Carradale, Campbeltown, Argyll PA28 6SE Map
T: 01583 431 226
located on the bank above the sea shore, was built in 1938 but many art
deco features were included and have been retained. It is now a family
run small hotel, with only five ensuite bedrooms and a dining room that
can also welcome about eight non residents as well as those staying.
Dunvalanree is located on the east side of Kintyre and is a great base
if you are interested in wildlife, birds, history, (Robert the Bruce landed
in the bay below the house in 1306) or archaeology.
The food is all cooked to order and no finished dishes are bought in.
It is this attention to detail that makes Dunvalanree a great place to
stay. Phone for details on 01583 431 226 or visit www.dunvalanree.com
as it is so relaxing to fall asleep to the sound of the sea.
Quiet waterfront Location,
most rooms with wonderful views of Sound of Kerrera and Mull. Vegetarian
owners, special breaks available. Non-smoking. Most Credit/switch accepted
Phone/fax 44 (0) 1631 562301 email: email@example.com
Argyll & the Isles
Vegetarian Information Centre
Linda Ward, tel: 01546 886378
There may be further
information about this region in our Other Vegetarian
Guides to Scotland