En-Suite bedroom with single bed, suitable for one adult. Includes all bedding, wall mounted flat screen digital television, telephone, tea & coffee making facilities, blackout curtains, work desk & chair, hairdryer and free unlimited Wi-Fi.
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Type Pub B&B
From £63 per room per night
With its whitewashed exterior and tranquil location on the banks of the Gare Loch, the Ardencaple Hotel is a former early 19th century coaching inn situated between Rhu and Helensburgh.
All of the modern rooms at Ardencaple Hotel by Good Night Inns feature a flat-screen TV, work desk and tea and coffee making facilities. Each room also has a private bathroom with a hairdryer. Up to two children under the age of 16 sharing a room with adults stay free of charge subject to the availability of a suitable room. Cots are available at no extra charge.
The hotel restaurant serves full English breakfasts and evening meals, with a lighter bar menu available throughout the day.
Just a five minute drive from the spectacular Loch Lomond and only forty-five minutes from Glasgow City Centre, it is an idyllic hotel location from which to explore the dramatic Dunbartonshire landscape and waterways.
The peaceful waterside village of Rhu boasts a picturesque yacht marina and the neighbouring village of Helensburgh is home to the Hill House, a stunning home designed by the famous Scottish architect, Charles Rennie Mackintosh.
Please note prices are subject to change and just a guide price.
Disabled en-suite bedroom with king size bed and double sofa bed, suitable for two adults and two children aged 16 and under. Includes all bedding, wall mounted flat screen digital television, telephone, tea & coffee making facilities, blackout curtains, work desk & chair, hairdryer and free unlimited Wi-Fi.
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