Visitor guide to Kilmelford in Argyll here offer information on accommodation and hotels in Kilmelford. Also include information on visitor attractions and about nearby towns such as Oban and Inner Herbides.
Kilmelford is a village in Argyll and Bute, Scotland.It is ideal for walking, swimming, sailing, fishing, painting, taking photos, bird watching or going further afield and enjoying the spectacular countryside and exciting activities on offer in the Oban and Lorn area.
This settlement nestles on a tiny valley close to the head of Loch na Cille, a small bay at the head of Loch Melfort. The bunch of houses at the heart of the village looks attractive, while few more houses can be seen dotted along the road outside the village.
The main occupation of the village is agriculture and fish farming. But after the village gained popularity the leisure industry also boosted up.The village boasts many shops, restaurants, and hotels for the visitors. The Kilmelford Yacht Haven is the local boat yard which repairs boats and yachts. With an average population this stunning village has tranquil and clam surrounding which attracts many tourist to halt here for a peaceful holiday.
The area is rich in natural resource and beautiful sceneries ideally situated amidst hills, surrounded by island and sun kissed coasts. Just walk along the charming surroundings to explore this place closely. Enjoy the picturesque walk along the countryside and coast or enjoy a boat or yacht trip at Fearnach Bay in the head of Loch Melfort.
There are several things to explore including the Island of the Inner Herbrides, Islay, Scarba, Grvellachs and few more. All these glowing island add the sheen to the place. The magical island of Iona showers great natural beauty attracting visitors to stop here. Other attractions here include the Arduaine Garden a beautiful costal garden just 4 miles from south of Kilmeflord on the A816. It is owned by the National Trust for Scotland, and has a great display of magnolias, azaleas, ferns and few other attracting plants. It is opened all round the year and serves a pleasure trip with all natural glory.
The Kilchoan Estate enjoys an idyllic and peaceful setting, facing south on the north shore of Loch Melfort. Delightfully secluded near the end of a 5-mile single-track road, it commands magnificent views ...