Relax and unwind in our luxurious hotel… all guest rooms have been fully refurbished to the highest of standards. Equipped with everything you need to make you stay comfortable. They all have private facilities, flat screen TV, direct dial telephone, tea and coffee making facilities, Hairdryers, free Wi-Fi access and individual heaters for your comfort. Why not upgrade to a Premier Room where you will have all of this and more, and a magnificent sea view over the Firth of Clyde.
Got a special occasion in mind, fancy an indulgent romantic break in Dunoon, or just want to treat yourself…? Why not upgrade to one of our luxury 4 poster Clan bedrooms, where you will enjoy breath-taking views, large luxurious 4 poster bed, and all the amenities of our premier rooms. All rooms are named after the Local Ancient Clans. Lift access to all floors, and one room partially equipped for the disabled.
In addition to this we also have a number of single rooms for solo travellers, and family rooms sleeping up to 4 people. The Argyll hotel is a family friendly Dunoon hotel.
We also have rooms which are ideal for business travellers visiting Dunoon. Visit the business travel section of our website to find out more about all the amenities and services for the business traveller at Argyll Hotel Dunoon.
If you are attending a wedding or event at the hotel, there may be special accommodation rates available. Please contact us for details, as these rates will not be publically available on our on line e-booking system.
Guest room amenities and services you’ll enjoy as a guest at Argyll hotel Dunoon:-
Ensuite facilities with power showers
High speed internet access
Remote control flat screen TV with Freeview
Iron and ironing board on request
Family rooms available
Accessible rooms available
Wi-Fi and telephone
Heated towel rail
Laundry service (at a charge)
Our friendly staff are on hand 24 hours a day to help, even if our guests have forgotten something we will do our best to help. We ensure an enjoyable and comfortable stay and an excellent night sleep before you begin your next day of highland travels.