After a busy few months spent changing our accommodation offering in the picturesque village of Taynuilt from a Hotel to a Guest House and moving the renowned 2 AA Rosette, Etive Restaurant, from Taynuilt to Oban, we are now ready to welcome guests to the renamed Taynuilt Guest House.
Our new Guest House manager, Christine Roberts, is busy preparing the comfortable traditional rooms for you in the Taynuilt Guest House, whilst John McNulty, Chef Patron & David Lapsley, Sommelier Patron, continue to serve their delicious food and wine in the relocated 2 AA Rosette Etive Restaurant in the busy harbour town of Oban.
Just 15 minutes’ drive from Oban, the Gateway to the Isles and a short but scenic 90 minute drive from Glasgow, the Taynuilt Guest House, situated on the side of the A85 Glasgow to Oban road, is an ideal base for exploring the West Highlands and Islands.
Originally built in the 16th Century as a roadside Coaching Inn, the Taynuilt Guest House offers comfortable, traditional en-suite accommodation and continental breakfast at very reasonable prices.
The village of Taynuilt even takes its name from the guest house, as Taynuilt in Gaelic means ‘house by the burn’. Nestling at the foot of Ben Cruachan, between Loch Etive & Loch Awe, in an area of outstanding natural beauty and steeped in history, Taynuilt offers an excellent base to visit the surrounding area and take part in the many local activities such as fishing, hill walking, golf, wildlife tours and much more.
Don’t leave it too long before you visit us, you will be sure of a warm welcome from Christine and her team at the Taynuilt Guest House.