Wallis Hunter Jewellery
We manufacture masses of jewellery - and our famous designer kilt pins - right here in Carradale. Visit our wee shop THE CARRADALE GOLD FOUNDRY and meet Ginny the wonderful collie. And of course be bowled over by all the amazing goodies inside from our own products through all sorts of other jewellery and presents
Listings and information on activities in Kintyre. Fantastic site with all the information you could ever need about Kintyre and more!
Campbeltown's world famous whisky is made 15 miles down the road from us - and we make their cufflinks. DISTILLERY TOURS every day; phone and book just to be sure
Carradale Golf Club
Everything you need to know about Carradale's outstanding little 9 hole course
The Carradale Hotel
Right in the heart of the village the hotel offers something for everyone, from lunch time bar meals to evenings in the dining room. Lounge bar, and a genuine 'local' (the Cruban) are a good place to visit after a round of golf. Sit out in the sunshine on the decking and gaze across to Arran. a real holiday hotel .
Torrisdale Organic Tannery
Mary's tannery is quite unique as she tans in the 'old-fashioned' way using no chemicals. She may well be working when you visit, and the marvellous sheepskin rugs are a great buy. But lots of other things to browse at in her shop so don't pass by the black and white woolley sheep at the Castle entrance.
An easy and helpful site to show you time-tables and prices. Either come here via Arran or Tarbert, or just take a few trips while you're staying. Lots of offers and bargains if you island hop, or add to your party. It's all there.
Walk Highlands - loads of local walks.
This great new site covers walks all over Scotland, but points you to lots of walks around Kintyre - including the Kintyre Way. Helpful info. on grade, lengths etc. Be adventurous - there are some wonderful and varied walks in the vicinity.
Anne Stewart Knitwear
Anne is based in Machrihanish and does the most wonderful traditional - and variations of traditional - knitting. Everything from the finest baby shawls to hefty kilt socks - she has it.
The Island of Gigha
No visit to Kintyre is complete without a trip to Gigha. Just a short ferry trip away and you are in a different world. Don't take the car; cycle or walk. Glorious gardens, excellent hotel, and a wonderfully away from it all atmosphere.