A hotel in Campbeltown is set to build a conservatory-style glazed extension to its restaurant.
The news comes after the Craigard House Hotel was awarded £93,500 in funding from Highlands and Islands Enterprise.
The plan to erect the conservatory extension is part of a wider £375,000 investment that will see improvements to the hotels disabled facilities, washroom and kitchen.
Adding the glazed extension will afford diners views of Campbeltown Loch and the surrounding area and will provide an ideal setting in which to enjoy the hotels food.
"A new glazed restaurant extension, approved by Historic Scotland, will offer guests unrivalled views over Campbeltown Loch; while the extensive kitchen refurbishment will provide more scope for the talents of chef Joanne Baird and her team," he said.
"These environmentally-friendly and financially prudent improvements, including a ground source heat pump system, are a vital step to further future expansion in bedrooms and guest facilities."
A conservatory can be a great place to relax with a book or enjoy a meal. Homeowners looking to add space to the home without sacrificing style may look to a glazed extension for answers.