Taychreggan is located in the West Highlands in a beautiful corner of Argyll. It is magnificently positioned on its own bay and looks down Loch Awe, Scotland's longest inland loch.
Taychreggan is close to Oban, the ferry gateway to the Western Isles of Mull and Iona.
A. From Oban to Taychreggan is approximately 20 miles.
From Oban take the A85 heading towards Taynuilt and Dalmally. At Taynuilt, turn right onto the B845 — signposted Kilchrenan — and follow this road 7 miles until it dead-ends at the loch and hotel.
B. From Glasgow to Taychreggan is approximately 88 miles and will take 2 to 2½ hours depending on road traffic conditions.
From Glasgow, follow the M8 (Greenock) and signs for the Erskine Bridge. When you cross the bridge, turn left, following the sign post for Crianlarich. You travel alongside of Loch Lomond, then when you reach Tarbet you have two options:
1. Go straight on at Tarbet, following the signs for Arrochar and Inveraray. Follow the road to Inveraray where you should turn right (through the archway) onto the A819, signed to Oban. Turn left on A85, signed to Oban. One mile before the village of Taynuilt, turn left onto the B845 signposted to Kilchrenan. Follow this 7 miles down the road where it dead-ends at the loch and Taychreggan.
2. Turn right at Tarbet, heading for the A82 Crianlarich. At Crianlarich you will turn left onto the A85 Oban road. One mile before the village of Taynuilt, turn left onto the B845 signposted to Kilchrenan. Follow this 7 miles down the road where it dead-ends at the loch and Taychreggan.
C. From Edinburgh to Taychreggan is approximately 118 miles and will take you 2½ to 3 hours, depending on road traffic conditions.
From Edinburgh follow the M9 to Stirling. From Stirling, follow the A84 through Callander and Lochearnhead. After Lochearnhead, take the A85 signposted for Crianlarich/Oban. Stay on the A85 to Oban and one mile before the village of Taynuilt, turn left onto the B845 signposted to Kilchrenan. Follow this 7 miles down the road where it dead-ends at the loch and Taychreggan.
Chauffeur service, airport & station transfers: www.tailoredtoursonline.co.uk
Air : Glasgow Airport / Prestwick Airiport
Rail : Scotrail (nearest rail station is Taynuilt)
Ferry: Caledonian MacBrayne (this ferry leaves Oban pier for Mull and Iona)
Bus : www.citylink.co.uk (nearest coach stop is Taynuilt)
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