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Kilchattan Bay is a village on the south of the Isle of Bute - an island in the Firth of Clyde, Scotland. It is about 8 miles by road to the south of the island's main town, Rothesay.

Facing south-east, it has views over the islands of Cumbrae and Little Cumbrae towards the north Ayrshire coast.

Where to stay?

Kilchattan Bay has been known as a place of peace and tranquility for over 100 years. There are a few local businesses that will be able to provide accomodation:

Renovated a few years ago, Kingarth Hotel has become one of the most popular places to eat on the island. Excellent food and service should make your stay quite confortable.
A grand victorian building, St Blane's hotel sits on the sea-front, with good views over the bay.

What to do?

  • Relax!
  • Visit the medieval monastery of St Blanes
  • Climb the hill, Suidhe
  • Walk to the lighthouse/Glencallum bay
  • Walk to the standing stones
  • Visit one of the most 'exclusive' golf courses in Scotland: Bute Golf Course
  • Build a dam on one of the streams on the beach!

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