Southend – Brecklate B&B

Brecklate B&B on the Mull of Kintyre is extremely well situated for golfers wishing to use the Machrihanish, Machrihanish Dunes and Dunaverty golf courses in south Kintyre.

Address

Brecklate
Southend
Campbeltown
Argyll and Bute
PA28 6PJ
01586 830462
 [email protected]
 www.brecklate-bed-and-breakfast.co.uk

We are located 3 miles north of Southend, just off the B842, and are more than happy to provide a pick up/drop off service. We offer very comfortable double bedrooms with ensuites, guest sitting room with open fire, south facing sunroom/chiminea, drying room facilities. Packed lunches and evening meals can be arranged with advance notice.

Your breakfast will be prepared using fresh local produce and we are very happy to prepare delicious home cooked evening meals with advance notice. Superb home baking, hospitality and attention to detail will ensure you enjoy a relaxing stay with us. Brecklate has been awarded a Silver Level Greenleader Award by Tripadvisor.

Brecklate (which means “speckled hillside” in gaelic) is a traditional Kintyre farmhouse built in 1866 although it is no longer part of a working farm. There has been a farmhouse on this site since at least 1692 when Peter Ralston was the tenant (his descendants continued farming on the site until 1983).

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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 five – Carradale to Campbeltown

Section five – Carradale to Campbeltown
22 miles · 7-10 hours
Walking Running Cycling

This section is a good days walking and takes you southwards through hugely varied countryside. From the superb rocky coastline at Waterfoot through pastureland and forest tracks right down past Saddell and then onto Lussa Loch, Campbeltown and Machrihanish. This section provides walkers with a snapshot of everything that Kintyre has to offer.

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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 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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