Welcome to Drumfearne Guesthouse & Tearoom
Located in the picturesque village of Carradale on the Kintyre peninsula, Drumfearne boasts some of the best views of Arran from Scotland’s only ‘mainland island.’
Visiting Drumfearne, you’ll have easy access to local activities such as forestry walks, fishing, golf, and horse riding, as well as visiting Campbeltown’s famous whiskey distilleries. The stillness and calm in the beauty of the surrounding landscape and a roaring fire in the evening ensure you will leave thoroughly relaxed and revitalised.
Originally owned by a baker’s family, Joanna and Vitold recently renovated Drumfearne, and continue the baking tradition as bakers themselves before coming to Carradale. We offer tea and homemade cakes in our cosy tearoom, baked by Vitold on the premises.
We serve breakfast and can provide packed lunches if requested for exploring the area during the day.
We look forward to welcoming you to this wonderful part of Scotland!
Very welcoming start to our little mini break Zhanna and Vitold provided excellent warm friendly service the room was luxury with excellent facilities. The breakfast was a superb Scottish breakfast served in a beautiful little dining room nothing was too much trouble for them.
Vitold also made us home made scones and muffins which were outstanding. Fantastic stay by two very welcoming hosts we will definately be back!
My partner and I stayed here for one night when we were down for a family party. Joanna and Vitold couldn’t have given us a warmer welcome and we felt at home immediately. We both had a good night’s sleep and an excellent breakfast the following morning. On leaving, we were given some cake to take home as we hadn’t had time to sample Vito’s excellent baking on arrival. We would have no hesitation in staying here again.
We had struggled to find a B&B in the area, and were given Drumfearne’s number by another B&B owner who was full. Zanna and Vitold were very welcoming to us, they had opened for business a week before and we were their first guests. Their children (what we saw of them) were friendly and well behaved. We arrived in the afternoon,and were spoiled by Vitold who had baked a cake. Vitold is a renowned, experienced baker, who used to own a bakery in Dartford Kent, before moving to Carradale. Definitely Kent’s loss. Delicious. Breakfast was wonderful and served in their newly furnished tea room. The couple are very involved and well known in the local community. They are also keen gardeners, and happy to show guests around theirs. This is a gem of a place within a beautiful little town on the Kintyre Peninisula. There are gorgeous walks to the bay and and a longer sandy beach further along. The house sits above the picturesque harbour which is a short walk downhill.
From our arrival, until our departure, we could not have been made to feel more welcome, we had asked for a ground floor room,which was extremely well appointed, my wife has MS so access was important to us. Breakfast’s were great and along with our high tea, all served in the lovely dinning room. I am sure this very friendly bed & breakfast will continue to thrive with Zanna and Vitold at the helm.