Tarbet (Scottish Gaelic: An Tairbeart) may refer to different places in Scotland:

  • Tarbet, Argyll and Bute, a village on the side of Loch Lomond
  • Tarbet, Loch Nevis, a hamlet in Lochaber, near Mallaig
  • Tarbet, Sutherland, a hamlet on the north-west coast, near the island of Handa
  • Castle Tarbet on the Isle of Fidra, North Berwick
  • Tarbet Isle in Loch Lomond
  • The bays of West Tarbet and East Tarbet near the Mull of Galloway

Other articles related to "tarbet":

Arrochar, Argyll
... as it is at the junction of the A83 and A814 roads and is served by Arrochar and Tarbet railway station ... In addition the A82 road runs through Tarbet two miles to the east ... for Viking raiders who took their boats 2 miles overland to Tarbet to attack the unprotected inland settlements at Loch Lomond before their defeat in 1263 at the battle of Largs ...
Tarbet, Sutherland
... Tarbet (Scottish Gaelic, An Tairbeart) is a hamlet in Sutherland, on the west coast of Scotland ... Like neighbouring Handa, Tarbet hosts a good wildlife population, including the true wild form of the rock pigeon, which lives on the cliffs that surround the hamlet ...
Milntown Castle - Accounts of The Castle
... MacKenzie wrote Sir George MacKenzie of Tarbet when he purchased the castle and estate of Milntown, changed the name to Tarbat, after his own title, he ... In 1728 Viscount Tarbet contracted with masons to "throw down Munro's old work", clear the foundation and build a new house ...
Tarbet Isle
... Tarbet Isle is an island in Loch Lomond, Scotland ... It is off Tarbet on the mainland ...
Ardlui Railway Station - Services
... Preceding station National Rail Following station Arrochar and Tarbet First ScotRail Crianlarich Arrochar and Tarbet First ScotRail Crianlarich Historical railways Arrochar and Tarbet ...