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Argyll and Bute Removals
Britannia Glasgow & Ayrshire is your local Argyll and Bute removals company. We have been providing high-quality removals and storage services in the local area for over 50 years and pride ourselves on always giving customers a first-class service.
Removals in Argyll and Bute
Britannia Glasgow & Ayrshire can assist with your move, whether you’re moving across Argyll and Bute or further afield Across Scotland. We can also help with international moves, as part of the Britannia Movers International network. Our experienced and highly-trained team has the skills and local knowledge to make your move a success, and we make sure to tailor our services to your specific needs.
We can also help with your business move in Argyll and Bute. Our specialist team will ensure your business is relocated quickly and efficiently, and we can have a project manager on hand to manage the entire process.
Storage in Argyll and Bute
If you need storage in Argyll and Bute, Britannia Glasgow & Ayrshire has a secure storage facility in Glasgow. We provide safe container storage for your items, whether you need a few items stored short-term or a large consignment stored for a longer period.
Why move to Argyll and Bute?
Argyll and Bute is a region in east Scotland known for its beautiful and diverse landscape, including golden sandy beaches, forests, and open Scottish countryside. It is one of the largest and most sparsely populated areas in Scotland and includes 23 inhabited islands.
The region has a long history of producing whisky, with over twenty distilleries in the area that produce whiskey and other spirits, such as gin and vodka.
There are many castles across the region, such as Kilchurn Castle on Loch Awe, and Castle Stalker, a keep on Loch Laich. Ben Cruachan is the highest mountain in the region, rising to 1,126 metres and Ballochroy is a megalithic site in Kintyre consisting of three vertical stones.
Where to move in Argyll and Bute?
The most populated island is Bute, with around 6,500 inhabitants. It has been named one of the best places to live in Scotland, with a rich history and plenty of opportunity to enjoy outside activities.
Helensburgh is another popular town in Argyll and Bute. Located on the coast, it also has access to Loch Lomond and Gare Loch, so there’s plenty of activities for water-lovers. It’s known as one of Scotland’s wealthiest towns and property prices will often reflect this.
The Kintyre Peninsula is another popular place although it’s more cut-off than some other towns in Argyll and Bute. This can be perfect for those looking for a quieter way of life. Properties here can be on the cheaper side and residents enjoy sandy beaches and miles of heather.
Transport links in Argyll and Bute
Some towns in Argyll and Bute are well connected and even the islands have regular transport to the mainland. From Bute, there is a 30 minute ferry to the mainland and an hour’s train then to Glasgow, which can make regular commuting very achievable. The West Highland Line provides the train services for most of Argyll and Bute, connecting Glasgow to Oban and much of the northern and eastern parts of the region.
The main roads in Argyll and Bute include the A82, the A83, the A85 and the A828. These connect the areas to places such as Glasgow, Fort William, Campbeltown and Toward.
For more information about Argyll and Bute removals and storage services, speak to our team by email or call 0141 301 1446. Alternatively, you can use the Get a Quote box at the top of this page for an idea of the cost.