Contact Us

We are aware that phone reception and connectivity can be an issue at times when you’re on the move in Argyll and indeed, other parts of Scotland.

We’re also just a wee place with a wee team, so our phone isn’t manned when we’re not open. Please make use of our reservation request forms and we'll get back to you within 48 hours to discuss or confirm your reservation.

If you'd like to book a table within the next 48 hours, we recommend calling the restaurant rather than completing the booking request form, and if you'd like to make a general enquiry or need to ask a question, send us an email and we'll get back to you as oon as possible.

Many thanks!

Find Us

Travelling by...

By Road

We are just a two-hour drive from central Glasgow, which hosts our closest international airport.

Follow the A82 through Dumbarton and up the side of Loch Lomond heading towards Arrochar.

Pick up the A83 at Tarbet (whose name is easily confused with our village or Tarbert, thanks to those Vikings!) and follow signs for Campbeltown.

Travel through Inveraray, Furnace, Lochgilphead and Ardrishaig before arriving in Tarbert.

The main public transport link is the 926 bus which runs from Glasgow to Campbeltown.

Nestled on the western shores of Loch Fyne, Tarbert Harbour provides magnificent marina facilities for visiting vessels, making our little village one of the most popular sailing destinations in the Clyde cruising area.

Visit the harbour website here for more information.

If you are staying at Portavadie or elsewhere on Loch Fyne & fancy a faster, more exciting transit to Tarbert, then contact Martin & Janine at Fyne Sea Tours to arrange a tour or taxi service & arrive for your reservation in style!

By Boat

By Ferry

The Kintyre peninsula is blessed with many ferry terminals.

Visitors arrive from Islay to Kennacraig; Arran to Claonaig; and even from Ardrossan (on the mainland) and Northern Ireland to Campbeltown.

The closest, however, connects Tarbert directly with Portavadie on the Cowal peninsula. When you get off the ferry after a short crossing, we are just a pleasant stroll away – walk around the harbour for about 10 minutes and you will be in the centre of the village.

Visit the Caledonian MacBrayne website here for timetables.

By Road

We are just a two-hour drive from central Glasgow, which hosts our closest international airport.

Follow the A82 through Dumbarton and up the side of Loch Lomond heading towards Arrochar.

Pick up the A83 at Tarbet (which can get easily confused with Tarbert, thanks to those Vikings!) and follow signs for Campbeltown.

Travel through Inveraray, Furnace, Lochgilphead, Ardrishaig before arriving in Tarbert.

The main public transport link is the 926 bus which runs from Glasgow to Campbeltown.

By Ferry

The Kintyre peninsula is blessed with many ferry terminals.

Visitors arrive from Islay to Kennacraig; Arran to Claonaig; and even from Ardrossan (on the mainland) and Northern Ireland to Campbeltown.

The closest, however, connects Tarbert directly with Portavadie on the Cowal peninsula. When you get off the ferry after a short crossing, we are just a pleasant stroll away – walk around the harbour for about 10 minutes and you will be in the centre of the village.

Visit the Caledonian MacBrayne website here for timetables.

By Boat

Nestled on the western shores of Loch Fyne, Tarbert Harbour provides magnificent marina facilities for visiting vessels making our little village one of the most popular sailing destinations in the Clyde area.

Visit the harbour website here for more information.

If you are staying elsewhere on Loch Fyne or even on Arran & fancy a faster, more exciting transit to Tarbert, then contact Kenny at Fynal Fling Adventure Tours to arrange a tour or taxi service & arrive for your reservation in style!