10 of the 43 listed lettings in Campbeltown are hotel rooms. They account for nearly half of the property types there (47.62%). Hotel rooms in Campbeltown have a median price £130 a night and an average size of 22 m². Moreover, these rentals are usually excellent for couples and small groups, as that is the average number of people that hotel rooms are able to host in Campbeltown. If you're interested in an alternative property type, you may want to check house rentals, which are the other most typical accommodation option in Campbeltown. House rentals have an average size of 35 m² in Campbeltown.
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Book a dreamlike holiday letting from £36 per night by exploring the 43 options listed in Campbeltown. By comparing these different offers, HomeToGo features the best deals and the most popular properties in Campbeltown.
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Popular holiday rental amenities in Campbeltown
The above selection of filters will help you find the perfect holiday letting in Campbeltown. Campbeltown is the ideal destination to book a rental if you need internet access during your holidays or you want to tune out with some TV time, as the most common features are internet and TVs. Not as many holiday homes in Campbeltown are available if you want a letting with a balcony or a patio or you want to go fishing, as balconies/patios and fishing are not very popular amenities in Campbeltown.
Holiday cottages in Campbeltown close to the famous Mull of Kintyre
Whitewashed cottages dot the waterfront of Campbeltown, your ideal getaway for a holiday in one of Scotland's most captivating landscapes. Once called the world capital of whisky, three distilleries remain to this day.
In and around town
Stroll along the historic waterfront from your accommodation in Campbeltown and you will find a variety of attractive buildings and exhibitions. The museum covers the history of Kintyre from Prehistoric times to the present day. The nearby Picture Palace is believed to be the oldest surviving Scottish cinema. The Art Nouveau architecture is impressive and the cinema still hosts regular screenings.
Festivals for everybody
At the end of May songwriters flock to Campbeltown to participate in the Kintyre Songwriter Festival which aims to promote regional music. Everybody with a keen interest in music is welcome to take part or simply to enjoy the festival. Another annual event is the Mull Of Kintyre Music Festival where more established, international singers and groups play alongside emerging performers.
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