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Taynuilt is a large picturesque village ideally situated on the ancient "road to the isles", close to Oban and the ferries to the Inner Hebrides and beyond
Situated in Argyll and Bute and set at the western entrance to the narrow Pass of Brander, Taynuilt has two main beaches; Airds Bay is a pebble bay with beautiful views to the Duirinnis hill and Bonawe. Kellys pier has both old and new parts to the small pier, with a sweep of pebble beach as well which is used to take dinghies and small craft out onto the loch. Once on the loch you get panoramic views of the loch, Bonawe, Ben Cruachan and on to Connel.
Sparkling lochs, misty mountains, stunning scenery at every turn, the Scottish Highlands is quite simply the most perfect place in which to unwind and enjoy a  holiday and Taynuilt is a great place to start.