Welcome to our Bed and Breakfast in Mull of Kintyre, Argyll
Ormsary Farm B&B is the perfect base for your holiday in Kintyre, Argyll- Breathtaking scenery, comfortable accommodation, good home cooking and friendly service. This Visit Scotland 3 star B&B has it all, exellent location and great value!
We also have a self catering cottage which sleeps up to 7people. It consists of a two double rooms, kitchen/diner, Lounge, a single and a twin room.
There is always plenty going on at Ormsary as we are very much a working farm with a herd of Ayrshire Cows milked twice a day. We also grow our own crop Silage harvested in May and August, and Barley harvested in September. When not enjoying the comfortable surroundings at Ormsary there are many other outdoor activities close by to enjoy like trout fishing on local lochs and rivers and excellent golf.
For breathtaking scenery, why not take a walk to the Mull of Kintyre Lighthouse, made famous in Paul McCartney's song, and take along your binoculars, the ornithological enthusiast will not want to miss an opportunity.
For golf enthusiasts why not try our local 18 hole links golf course at Dunaverty or really spoil yourself and have a round or two at Machrihanish Championship Course.
There are also numerous unspoilt sandy beaches scattered around the friendly parish of Southend.
*Pets Welcome By Arrangement
*No Smoking Permitted
Welcome to our Self catering cottage
Allt Mor Self Catering is the perfect base for your holiday in Kintyre- Breathtaking scenery and comfortable accommodation. Set in the grounds of Ormsary Farm, you will find Allt Mor a peaceful place to spend your holiday.
2 double rooms
1 single room
1 twin room
Bright open-plan kitchen and dining area
Hi-fi with CD and Ipod dock
TV and blue-ray player
Bathroom with electric shower
Separate WC and wash hand basin
Electric shaver point
Electric central heating
Ample parking for several cars
Our Argyll Location
'Perfect for walkers, golfers and people seeking tranquility '.
Kintyre's accessible but reasonably remote location is one of its best assets, affording peace, quiet and an leisurely pace of life, and the opportunity to visit areas and attractions without queues and throngs of visitors.
The Kintyre Way walk opened in 2006 and enables walkers of all abilities to walk the length and breadth of Kintyre in relative isolation and safety. The walk which accumulates to approximately 86 miles is divided into manageable sections to give walkers of all abilities time to rest and enjoy good food and hospitable accommodation before and after each stretch.
Why not take the time to explore the areas there and see any historical items of interest such as Saddell Abbey, Tarbert Castle, Skipness Castle and of course the Mull of Kintyre.
There are also many shorter walks across Kintyre with some fantastic stretches of coastline to explore throughout the peninsula.
Golfers are in for a real treat, with great clubs such as The Machrihanish Golf Club and the Championship Links Course it has, a must for any golf fanatic aswell as welcoming clubs throughout Kintyre.
Other courses here include Tarbert, Carradale, Machrihanish, Gigha, Dunaverty and the new Dunes of Machrihanish course.
Kintyre has an abundance of Lochs, at present they aren't all accessible by the public. For some you will need permission from the Forestry commission, for others you will need the permission of the farmer whose land they are on.
The Lochs listed on this website are all fishable by the public with a permit.
Although you won't be fishing for a British record trout, a few of the Lochs can throw up a nice surprise now and again. A couple have been stocked with Brown & Rainbow and these are tenacious fighters. All the Lochs have a good supply of hard fighting wild Scottish brown trout with the exception of Crosshill loch which has an unplanned stock of pike.
Kintyre has an abundance of wildlife, including rare Golden Eagles and a variety of birds of prey, otters, deer, seals and much more.
Alot of the wildlife can be seen right throughout Kintyre, with seal colonies often basking in the summer sun between 50 and 100 yards of the coastline, perfect for photo opportunities.
Machrihanish has a Seabird and Wildlife Observatory, and close by Campbeltown's Owl Sanctuary offers a rewarding day out.
Much More !
This is the tip of the iceberg, there is so much more to see and do, historical architecture such as castles and cemeteries dating back to the 13th century, decorative burial stones, superb sandy beaches and clear waters perfect for swimming, standing stones, quaint villages, great areas for windsurfing and much much more.
Our Argyll Accommodation
Double Room: 2
Single Room: 1
Twin Room: 1
Bathroom with electric shower
Additional toilet & wash hand basin
Electric Central Heating
Electric Shaver Point
Indoor Drying Facility
Outdoor Drying Facility