sits on the east of the Mull of Kintyre peninsula which is
internationally renowned for its stunning scenery. Tarbert
village is a fishing and small ferry port. Visitors come
here for its scenic beauty as well as a stop off point for
the islands often to be visited for whisky distillery tours.
The most famous of these is of course Islay the port to
leave from is just a few minutes south of Tarbert
Many guests visit either Arran, Islay or Gigha islands which can easily be toured in a day from Tarbert.
Also the iconic paddle
steamer visits Tarbert in the summer (see photo)
Visit the historic Tarbert Castle and the famous Kintyre Way walks that stretch down the Kintyre peninsula. Tarbert hosts a 9 hole golf course. There are seafood restaurants, cafes and galleries to entice.
has for a number of years put on festivals each month is the
summer season as well as the winter festival. These have
proven to be extremely popular and accommodation must be
booked on advance as all rooms in the town become full.
the Scottish Series Sailing fleet based in Tarbert while
racing out on Loch Fyne daily. The Traditional Boat festival with Viking Long Boat in June.
In July we have the Seafood festival.
Bed and Breakfast Tarbert, Loch
Fyne, 3 star Accommodation