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Reviewed January 4, 2013

Stayed here one night as part of my 30th birthday break away with my partner. We are foodies which is what drew us here, and we were not disappointed (as often people can be when their expectations are high). The drinks that David served were also delicious and we enjoyed being educated about them and life in the area, lovely food, drinks, service, location, everything really. Right down to the extremely comfortable bed and softest bed linen I've ever come accross. It really made getting older a pleasure as opposed to a chore! Thank you very much indeed, we shall recommend you to all we know and we shall be back! x

  • Stayed: October 2012, traveled as a couple
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Thank Andina_A
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Reviewed November 21, 2012

We stayed overnight at this wonderful inn with rooms recently. Dinner and breakfast were fantastic as was the welcome. In fact dinner was one of our best meals ever, anywhere in the world (scallops with puy lentils and ox tail). The location of the Kilberry Inn on the Knapdale pensinsula is obviously a well kept secret. I cant understand why we havent been before and we will be going back very soon.

  • Stayed: October 2012, traveled as a couple
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Thank HNMEngland
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Reviewed October 30, 2012

We stopped here overnight on a cycling tour of Argyllshire and it was one of the high spots of our trip. The rooms are very cosy, comfortable and well-equipped, if various converted buildings at the rear of the single story building, the restaurant was exceptional with exquisite food and excellent hospitable service, drawing the guests into a convivial evening ending with a discussion and tasting of local whisky, provoked by the distillers staying there that night for a family celebration.
Breakfast was equally good and the atmosphere and comfort of the restaurant was perfect. We'll go back again.

  • Stayed: May 2012, traveled as a couple
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Thank sevenleagueboots
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Reviewed October 22, 2012

What a great find, tucked away along a windy road, but worth the trip. A beautiful setting, and the restaurant decor is warm and inviting, great attention to detail. We were fortunate that it was a lovely sunny day and we could sit outside, but I have dined inside too and it is just as pleasant. The crab cakes were divine and the mussels delicious. It is a little pricey, but worth it for a treat. They run a small B & B, and I would love to stay one day as I am sure the whole experience would be lovely.

  • Stayed: May 2012, traveled as a couple
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Thank Finlay122
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Reviewed October 22, 2012

The Kilberry Inn more than met our expectations. Set amidst beautiful scenery in an area rich in archaeology and history it more than rewards the trip along the winding single lane access road. We drove from Glasgow using two ferries to cross Arran and had a drive of less than an hour to reach South Knapdale.
David is a very good and well informed host. From our welcome to our departure he was friendly and helpful. We stayed for two days and nights for dinner, bed and breakfast. Our accommodation was completely satisfactory and very comfortable. Bedrooms are in separate old but attractively modernised cottages - good large shower and washing facilities, comfortable bed, very clean and well decorated in good condition. Could not be more quiet and peaceful! We enjoyed the fact that we had to walk a very short distance to the bar / dinning room. Fitted the atmosphere appropriate to living in a Scottish clachan and gave great privacy.
We loved the food in the restaurant. As far as we were concerned our breakfast was appropriate and appetising. By choice we eschewed the temptations of nuts, cereal etc. and selected porridge and eggs with soldiers and excellent coffee. The home baked soda bread was particularly notable. (Whilst exploring locally we met Fiona collecting the eggs for the breakfast!). Many guests will come simply for the dinner menu. Interesting imaginative and subtle. As might be expected the fish proved specially delicious. The several log fires and stoves in the refurbished but original traditional stone and wood dining rooms were very atmospheric and welcome in autumn.
A very satisfactory experience. I am sure the my ancestor Archibald McTaggart who lived in these parts around 1861never knew such comforts! We will be back...

  • Stayed: October 2012, traveled as a couple
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