Campbeltown – Oatfield House

Welcome to Oatfield House on the Mull of Kintyre – comfortable, relaxed, fully en-suite Bed and Breakfast accommodation offering warm, friendly personal attention in an historic Georgian Country House setting.

Address

Oatfield House
Campbeltown
Argyll
PA28 6PH
 [email protected]
 www.oatfield.org

The house itself, although fully modernised and including free WiFi throughout, retains a wealth of unspoilt original features from its Georgian and Victorian past and offers a unique, traditional Scottish, period feel including log fires, wood panelling and a fine open galleried hallway.

Grade 2 listed by Historic Scotland, Oatfield is both our family home and a welcoming bed and breakfast – rated four stars by the Scottish Tourist Board and awarded a special Authors Recommendation by the Rough Guide to Scotland.

Situated in open countryside and enjoying views of Islay and Jura, it is on the very border between fertile farming land and the wilds that lead, uninterrupted, from here to the end of the Mull.

Set in its own small estate less than five minutes drive from Campbeltown harbour and well away from the main road along a private drive, Oatfield House was built in 1780 for the Laird of the Achachoirk and Garvachy Estate. Completed by local sea captain, Colin McEachran (who had the good fortune to capture a French prize ship during the Napoleonic Wars), it was later substantially extended in the 1890’s.

Great routes for you to try   see all

Section two – Claonaig to Clachan

Section two – Claonaig to Clachan
10 miles · 5-7 hours
Walking Running Cycling

This route breaks out of the forest beside the attractive Loch Ciaran. Known for its birdlife and brown trout, making it popular with anglers. There are good views looking south-west to the high farmstead of Minen.

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Section one – Tarbert to Claonaig

Section one – Tarbert to Claonaig
11 miles · 5 - 8 hours
Walking Running Cycling

Starting at Tarbert’s bustling Harbour and Yacht Haven, the Kintyre Way begins its journey down the east coast of Kintyre, with extensive panoramic views over the island of Arran and countryside.

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Section three – Clachan to Tayinloan

Section three – Clachan to Tayinloan
9 miles · 5-7 hours
Walking Running Cycling

This section takes you right along the shores of the Atlantic on Kintyre’s west coast with fantastic views across to Islay, Jura and Gigha. The walking here is predominately coastal with the sea only a few steps away.

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Section four – Tayinloan to Carradale

Section four – Tayinloan to Carradale
16 miles · 6-9 hours
Walking Running Cycling

This part of the Kintyre Way is a very varied and satisfying walk which even takes you through the Deucheran Wind Farm letting you see the turbines working.

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