Licensed Hotel with En-Suite Accommodation, Port Righ, Carradale.
Dunvalanree's Idyllic Location

How to get to Dunvalanree

Travel north over the Erskine Bridge from the M8, take the A82 signposted to Crianlarich (left off the bridge). Travel up the west side of Loch Lomond to Tarbet (not to be confused with Tarbert) where the road becomes the A83  (the A82 turns off to Crianlarich) so stay on the A83. Travel through Arrochar, over the Rest And Be Thankful mountain pass, past Loch Fyne Oysters, through Inveraray, Lochgilphead (take first exit off each of the Lochgilphead roundabouts) and head for Tarbert. The signs should all point to Campbeltown.


Take the A83 towards Campbeltown, after six miles, just after the Kennacraig ferry terminal turn left onto the B8001 (sign posted Carradale), a single track road, after about five miles this turns into the B842. Continue south for about fifteen miles to Carradale. Turn off onto the B879 (marked Carradale) and drive through Carradale West to Carradale East. At the crossroads near the bus stop you will see the sign for Dunvalanree and we are right at the end of that road, about half a mile


One of the delights of driving in Kintyre is the quiet, uncluttered roads, where every corner brings a new vista! Many of these roads are single track and to enable you to enjoy your journey alongside other road users there are some simple guidelines:

  • Always stop on the left in a passing place or adjacent to the passing place to allow on-coming cars to pass

and to allow following cars to overtake.                

  • Do not park in passing places.
  • Watch out for animals on unfenced roads, particularly deer and sheep.
  • Many of these roads have blind bends and summits, so always drive with caution and care.
  • But most of all, enjoy the journey



Dunvalanree Hotel. Port Righ. Carradale. PA28 6SE
Tel: +44 (01583) 431226
Fax: +44 (01583) 431339
Email: alan@dunvalanree.com
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Scottish Tourist Board - 4 Star Award - Restaurant With Rooms
The Which Good Food Guide
AA Rosette
Scottish Tourist Board - Eat Scotland Silver Award
Member of The Seafood Trail
Green Tourism Silver Award
Scottish Tourist Board - Wheelchair Access
One of Scotland's Personal Hotels