A vegan bed and breakfast with two self-catering cottages at the end of beautiful Kilmartin Glen.
A warm welcome awaits you at Kings Reach. A VEGAN bed and breakfast with two self-catering cottages, situated in the small settlement of Kilmichael Glassary, on the edge of historic and beautiful Kilmartin Glen. There are lovely uninterrupted views of Dunadd Hill Fort from our rooms and cottages. All our breakfasts are vegan, 100% plant based- that means we don't serve any meat, fish, dairy or eggs. You don't have to be vegan or vegetarian to stay here, EVERYONE IS WELCOME. Take a look at our FOOD page to see our delicious breakfast menu- It's not all lentils and lettuce!
We have two large comfortable ensuite rooms in the house, one kingsize and one twin. Both have their own sitting area and views of Dunadd Hill Fort. If you prefer to do your own thing, why not book one of our semi-detached cottages, situated behind the house. They both have an open plan lounge/kitchen/diner and two bedrooms, sleeping up to 4 people. Ideal for families or larger groups.
We are ideally located in mid-Argyll, 4 miles south of Kilmartin village with its museum, and a short drive from Lochgilphead, Inveraray, the Crinan canal, Knapdale forest and the bustling ferry port of Oban , Gateway to the Hebrides. Glasgow is a scenic two hour drive away, ideal for a weekend break. We are located on the Argyll Coastal route and Cycle route 78 ( The Caledonia way). Mid-Argyll is a beautiful magical part of Scotland, a real hidden gem. There are many historical sites with ancient standing stones and rock carvings. We have lochs and castles, forests, rugged coastline, beautiful beaches, amazing rainbows and sunsets, and wildlife on the doorstep.
Your hosts Sean and Sara fell in love with Scotland on a sunny and romantic holiday in 2014. We vowed to return to live a simpler life, after leaving a piece of our hearts in the Highlands.
We embrace the vegan life, and with a passion for wildlife and the environment we look forward to sharing this beautiful part of Scotland with you.