Strathclyde

Click the map for tourism ideas The region of Strathclyde extends from the Grampian Mountains in the north to lowland farming areas in the south. Numerous seaside resorts are dotted along the region's western coast, where boats leave for the southern islands of the Inner Hebrides.
Creggans Inn

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Strachur, Argyll, Strathclyde PA27 8BX. Tel: 01369 860279
The Creggans Inn, on the east shore of Loch Fyne approximately 18 Nautical miles from Ardrishaig is ideally placed for cruising the West Coast of Scotland be it by boat or by car. The spectacular Highland location is complimented by real ales on tap, a range of home baking, speciality coffees & teas and the friendliest of staff.
Crown Hotel

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High Street, Biggar, Strathclyde ML12 6DL. Tel: 01899 220116
18th Century coaching inn located on the main street through town. Home cooked food and well kept ales are served in a friendly environment in a town boasting a huge number of museums.
Lord Of The Isles

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Craobh Haven, Argyll, Strathclyde PA31 8UA. Tel: 01852 500658
OK we're a bit biased on the Lord of the Isles due to the fact that Fat Badger Kilo originally designed the pub and village of Craobh Haven back in the 1980's however there's no arguing that locations don't get much better than this and with easy access to the world's highest quality seafood, you can guarantee that the food is going to be great. With good quality ales on the menu and parking pontoons for visiting yachts, inns don't get much better than this.
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