Cairnbaan is a small village in Argyll and Bute is located on the Crinan Canal on the western coast of Scotland.

This village known for its historic significance and unique cup and ring marks found here which date back to the Iron Age. Cairnbaan lies halfway between the two ends of the canal.

The Canal itself is nine miles long and stretches from Ardrishaig on the Clyde to Crinan.

Cairnbaan Hotels & Accommodation

Another attraction of the place is the architectural beauty of 18th century Cairnbaan Hotel which was built to serve fishermen and puffers trading on the Crinan canal. The tempting cuisines and variety of sea foods are the attraction here. Cairnbaan is a beautiful and stylish place for tourist and visitors with all modern amenities for a royal stay. Its charm has even attracted The Princess Royal with Rear Admiral Lawrence and Bill and Hillary Clinton. The hotel is one of the heritage hotels of Scotland showcasing elegance and comfort in style.

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