For your special day, whether it be a small wedding and reception or something slightly larger, they have the setting, the history and the magic touch.
Not a castle, not a grand house, Taychreggan is one of those rare finds one makes or hears about very occasionally. Originally a humble inn on the cattle drovers route, Taychreggan has survived for over 300 years to become one of Scotland's top country house hotels.
Still unspoilt, renowned for its trout and pike fishing, at Taychreggan they have the most stunning views of Loch Awe and the mountains beyond. At the far end of the loch just past Inashail Island are the ruins of Kilchurn Castle.
Cuisine of the quality you would expect from a restaurant that has consistently been awarded two rosettes from The AA.
They look forward to meeting you.