Anchor Hotel, Barge & Seabed Restaurant

Telephone 01880 820577

 

 
home
autumn/winter deals
accommodation
the barge
restaurant
weddings and Functions
children
local information
gallery
news
jobs
links
map and directions
book now
contact us
events for 2017
business meetings


Michelin guide 2016

 

 

 

 
Tarbert, Kintyre and the Local Area

The Anchor Hotel is nestled most conveniently in the heart of the village, overlooking East Loch Tarbert which provides a natural harbour for the small but busy fishing fleet and a sheltered safe haven for the many visiting and local yachts. Tarbert is a friendly and relaxing location from which to enjoy the many events and activities available locally and to explore the wonderful scenery and marvellous wildlife including dolphins, birds of prey, deer and basking sharks.

Tarbert Scottish Series, Scotland’s largest keelboat event, is proudly held in Tarbert at the end of May each year. Sponsored in recent years by Brewin Dolphin and mainly organised by Clyde Cruising Club, the harbour fills with all manner of yachts and the streets, restaurants and pubs fill with sailors and visitors. As well as 5 days of racing, there are many shoreside events organised to ensure a great weekend for participants and visitors alike.

Tarbert Music Festival is held every September at various venues throughout the village and offers a great variety of modern and traditional music from a selection of artists and bands. Entry to most venues is free and most of the bands alternate location so you can hear a variety at each spot or follow your favourite to the next one.

 

Scottish Series Tarbert

For the golfer, Tarbert offers a very enjoyable but challenging 9 hole course while Machrihanish, a short drive to the South, has a Championship course. We are happy to arrange rounds for you. Sightseeing pony treks are available from Highland Horse Riding based in Tarbert. Fishing trips and Clay pigeon shoots are also available close by. For the truly energetic walker, Tarbert lies at the start of the newly completed Kintyre Way, 87 miles traversing the peninsula through some of the most spectacular scenery in the country.

There are many sites of historic interest in the area including Tarbert’s own castle of Robert the Bruce and the beautiful and surprisingly well preserved Skipness Castle a few miles to the South. Kilmartin Glen, a little to the North, boasts stunning standing stones and ancient cup and ring marks, dating from prehistoric times.

With a dozen or so distilleries within Kintyre and its neighbouring islands, the malt whisky connoisseur can sample a variety of the many different flavours and textures which are so famed the world over. The local islands of Islay, Arran and Gigha, as well as the Cowal Peninsula, are easily accessed by nearby ferries and each makes for an entertaining day out.

 

Local Activities at the Anchor Hotel Tarbert Loch Fyne

 

Website Design and Hosting by Argyll Technologies