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Tighnabruaich intro. In 2002, the Scottish village of Tighnabruaich was named the prettiest in the part of Scotland by the name of Argyll, Lomond and Stirlingshire. It may take just 90 minutes to drive here from Glasgow, but this intimate village on the Secret Coast often feels like a world apart from the busy big city. The name of the village translates to 'house on the hill' in English, but this name is just as appropriate for most Tighnabruaich hotels as for the many residential homes which line its hilly streets. Parts of the town overlook the nearby Kyles of Bute and the Firth of Clyde, with docks where visitors may moor their yachts available on these waterways. The village is famous for its sailing and even boasts its own sailing school. Cycling in the area is a popular pastime of locals and visitors alike, with cycle route taking cyclists past numerous area beauty spots. A small art gallery exhibiting Scottish contemporary art is found in the village.