Knap Guest House

Address: Knap Campbeltown Road, Tarbert, Argyll and Bute, Scotland, PA29 6SX, United Kingdom | 4 star b&b
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This 4 star B&B is located on Knap Campbeltown Road, Tarbert.
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          • Non-smoking rooms
          • Non-smoking hotel


          • All-Suites Property


          • Continental Breakfast

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          Travel Blogs from Tarbert

          Isle of Arran Distillers

          A travel blog entry by sophiepoulton on Oct 08, 2015

          After our walk along North Sannox Burn, we continued on to Lochranza where we stopped in the Distillery for a look around. As soon as we stepped out of the car, we could smell them making the whiskey. The gift shop is full of Arran treats and whiskey in bottles of all shapes and sizes. It's fun to look around there. I think mum and dad were hoping to buy a small ...


          A travel blog entry by sparkeflies on Oct 08, 2015

          7 photos

          ... the king is now the spiritual head of the Church of Scotland. xoxo, England." So yeah. Scotland replied: "Hiya England, thanks for writing - we're doing ok thanks. Appreciate your memo, but, erm... no. Only Jesus Christ can be the spiritual head of a Christian Church. So... we'll keep doing things our way. Lots of love, Scotland. xx" King Charles I then introduced a Book of Common Prayer to Scotland in 1637, declaring opposing it to be treason. Scotland ...

          Outer Hebrides- Isle of Harris

          A travel blog entry by eric.suzy on Sep 17, 2013

          24 photos

          ... the ocean cliffs at the Butt of Lewis. The Butt is the northernmost coast of the Hebrides, and the windiest! Rob, our guide, said it was the only place he wouldn't wear his kilt ;) However, when we got there it was sunny and only a little breezy, just perfect for a stop on the small beach and walk along the rocky ledge to the lighthouse built in 1862. The perfect ending to a wonderful weekend on Lewis and Harris!


          Day 34: St Bees to Tarbert, Scotland

          A travel blog entry by elaine_bell on Jun 16, 2012

          5 photos

          ... Down to the top of Loch Fyne where the road hugged the western shore to Inverary, a very pretty drive. A quick run inland from here to Lochgilphead and then along the shore again until we reached the little port village of Tarbert which is to be our home for the next 2 nights. The Knap Guest House is an 1897 building over the road from the harbour and we were given a warm welcome by our host Alistair. Dinner at the Tarbert Hotel; we were the only guests in the dining room.


          Lovely Lowlandmans Bay

          A travel blog entry by simoncole on Aug 09, 2011

          ... almost enclosed anchorage just North of Craighouse (where we were on July 8th)

          We are now on a 'starting the engine every four hours to keep it warm' regime.

          For those that don't know, EasyStart is spray can of ether that you squirt into the air intake. It's highlighy volatile and gives the engine a bit of a kick. It's very effective but at the same time casues damage to the pistons and piston rings.