Rent a holiday home, apartment or cottage in Tarbert from just £55 per night
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Many properties in Tarbert welcome pets, which makes it a suitable holiday destination for pet owners. Pet-friendly properties in Tarbert cost, on average, £111 a night. You can also find various accommodation options if you want to stay near the city centre, as a few of the pet-friendly holiday rentals are less than 2 kilometres away from the centre of the city.
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Accommodation options for your holiday in Tarbert
In Tarbert, more than half of the 46 property types in Tarbert are hotel rooms, which represent 58.46% of the available options. The standard size of hotel rooms in Tarbert is 16 m², with a median price of £120 a night. Furthermore, these properties are perfect if you're going in a group of 2, as that's the average number of people that hotel rooms can host in Tarbert. If you're interested in another accommodation type, you could consider bed & breakfast rentals, which are the second most common type of accommodation in Tarbert. Bed & Breakfast rentals have an average size of 15 m² in Tarbert.
A holiday cottage in the idyllic fishing port of Tarbert
Recharge your batteries at the Scottish fishing village of Tarbert, where myriad recreational options await: mountain biking, fishing, sailing, surfing, and more. A Tarbert accommodation is also the perfect base to explore the surrounding isles of Gigha, Islay, Jura, and Arran.
Where to find the best food in Tarbert?
More than seafood
At Tarbert, you can sample seafood sourced directly from the crystal-clear waters of Loch Fyne. Tuck into a delicious platter comprising oysters, lobster, langoustines, and crab at Starfish Restaurant. Its wine list impresses as well. Traditional Indian cuisine awaits at harbour-facing Tarbert Tandoori.
For panoramic views of Loch Fyne, the Marina Restaurant and Bar delivers in style. Pick from floor-to-ceiling glass interiors or the ambient outdoor terrace. Purists will love the traditional fish & chips at Loch Fyne Fish Bar.
What are the best places to discover the arts and culture of Tarbert?
Cultural Scottish village
Absolutely unmissable are the ancient ruins of Tarbert Castle, rising majestically over a hill. This magnificent historical site offers sweeping views over the harbour. Scotland's history comes alive at Auchindrain Township Open Air Museum, which provides an excellent insight into Scottish Highland farm life.
Family-friendly Islay Natural History Trust showcases the region's rich marine wildlife. A short drive south will get you to the great ruins of Skipness Castle, where you can take in views to the Isle of Arran.
What are the best events and festivals in Tarbert?
Each May, Tarbert hosts Britain's second-largest yachting regatta, the Scottish Series. The highly awaited Seafood Festival is a fun weekend of celebrity chefs, music, and seafood against the atmospheric backdrop of the natural harbour. Come September, and the town's bars and cafés resound with the sounds of the Tarbert Music Festival. Impromptu jam sessions are encouraged, so bring your instrument along.
The Christmas Fair features local arts and crafts and a lively children's parade. The revelry is complete with mulled wine, minced pies, and plenty of good cheer to go around.
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