Port Bannatyne, Argyll & the Isles, West Scotland
Port Bannatyne Marina is in Kames Bay, 3 miles north of Rothesay. The marina is protected by a breakwater and accessible at all tides – a port of call not to be missed, and an ideal destination for a weekend or overnight stay.
Shore facilities include toilets and showers, lifting and winter storage, and all boat repairs.
The village of Port Bannatyne has a Post Office with essential groceries and coffees ‘to die for’. Pubs and restaurants offer local seafood, Bute beef and lamb, and the Russian Tavern has an award for real ale.
Kames Bay is ideally situated for walking or cycling and has a golf course within walking distance.
There are frequent buses to Rothesay and Ettrick Bay, ideal for a walk and a visit to the beach side restaurant.
Facilities include: Harbour Master, Marina Facility, Anchorage, Mooring Fee Payable, Fresh Water , Shorepower, Fuel by can, Boatyard, Repair Services, Wi-Fi , Provisions Store, Rubbish Disposal, Toilets, Showers, Bar, Restaurant, Post Office.
The tiny village of Port Bannatyne is within a few steps of your mooring were you can find something to eat at The Port Cafe, the Russian Tavern. Stock up on the essentials in the local post office. Enjoy a game of golf in the local golf club. The island's main town of Rothesay is only a short trip away were you will find a range of amenities.