Carradale – Dunvalanree

Enjoy the food and hospitality that has earned Dunvalanree entries in the Good Hotel Guide, Good Food Guide, the Michelin Guide and a lot of Five Star reviews on Tripadvisor

Address

Port Righ
Carradale
PA28 6SE
01583 431226
 [email protected]
 www.dunvalanree.com

Dunvalanree sits above Port Righ Bay, so close to the water that guests fall asleep to the sound of the sea on the beach. Port Righ is where Robert the Bruce landed in the autumn of 1306. In September 1937 a basking shark capsized a boat just off Port Righ and three passengers died making this the only site of a fatal shark attack in British waters.

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Today guests enjoy the food and hospitality that has earned Dunvalanree entries in the Good Hotel Guide, Good Food Guide, the Michelin Guide and a lot of Five Star reviews on Tripadvisor. We are part of The Sea Food Trail and are fully licensed.

 

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Section six – Campbeltown to Dunaverty

Section six – Campbeltown to Dunaverty
16 miles · 7-9 hours
Walking Running Cycling

The penultimate section starts out from Campbeltown and follows the shores of Campbeltown Loch taking you past the sentinel of Davaar Island at the entrance of the Loch.

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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 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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Section seven – Southend to Machrihanish

Section seven – Southend to Machrihanish
16 miles · 7-9 hours
Walking Running Cycling

Passing through wild and genuinely remote country where there is little shelter and no mobile phone signal, this section offers amazing views out to sea and across to the Irish coast.

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