Located 20 miles north of Oban in the Appin area of Argyll, this is an ideal base from which to tour the varied coastline of Western Scotland and the surrounding mountain ranges.
Druimneil House is a grand Victorian property built in 1850, overlooking the picturesque waters of the Loch Linnhe and the Sound of Shuna.
The rooms downstairs are spacious and elegant with antique family furniture, pictures and porcelain, creating the intimate, homely atmosphere of a country house.
The beautiful mature gardens are a blaze of colour especially in early summer, with the grounds being open to the public under the Scottish Gardens Scheme between Easter and October.
There are also two self-catering properties to rent within the extensive grounds of the house.
Upstairs are the well appointed double bedrooms, each with their own bathroom.
Facilities in each B&B room include a TV and a radio.
Tea and coffee making facilities are provided, and a hairdryer is available on request.
There are two twin rooms (each with a pair of matching single beds) and a double room with a four-poster bed.
Food and Drink
Meals are served in the dining room, with the emphasis on local produce wherever possible. Generally, everything at the house is home-made.
The traditional country house fare includes vegetables and fruit from the kitchen garden, along with fresh fish and shellfish caught in the local area.
Weddings in Argyll, and Function Facilities
Druimneil House and its picturesque grounds can provide a wonderful and memorable setting for your wedding.
The wedding ceremony and your reception afterwards can be arranged - please ask for details.
Buffet dinners and celebrations or parties of all kinds can be accommodated. Whatever the reason for your function or family gathering, Druimneil House will make the perfect venue.
Port Appin village lies approximately 2 and a half miles from the main road, along a single track road terminating at the ferry point to Lismore.
Druimneil House is on the outskirts of the village.
From Oban, take the A85 and A828 coastal roads north to Tynribbie, then turn west for Port Appin at Gunn's Garage.
There are many and varied activities around Port Appin, including the Sea Life Centre where all kinds of marine life, including sharks, can be viewed at close quarters.
Sailing, wind-surfing, water skiing and boat hire are all available nearby and the house's own boat, 'Tiddely-Wee', is available for fishing or viewing the local seal colony.
Wildlife is abundant in the area and deer, otters and rare birds of prey can often be seen when taking walks, or longer excursions by ferry to the Western Isles. Oban is the main ferry port for trips to Mull and Iona, with its famous cathedral and history.
Bed and Breakfast £55.00 per person per night. Dinner £26.00 per person.
This is a totally non smoking B&B.
Ample off street parking for vehicles.
Well behaved children welcome.
Well behaved pets welcome by prior arrangement.