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Welcome to Ardnamurchan...

Ardnamurchan , Moidart, Morvern, Sunart and Ardgour form the area in and around the most westerly peninsula of the British Mainland. Jutting out into the Atlantic Ocean and with views from every shore of islands, castles, lochs and wilderness we offer you an amazing part of the West Coast of Scotland.

If you have only just discovered us, welcome to the best kept secret in the British Isles, and we can't wait to share it with you. If you are returning to this wonderful Scottish coastline then welcome back.

With sweeping white sands and crystal clear seas, ancient woodlands and mountains, not to mention the wildlife, jaw dropping scenery and Celtic legends, a visit to the most picturesque land in Scotland will be unforgettable. Once visited - it will be forever in your heart!

Morvern  flanks one side of Loch Sunart and the sound of Mull and Moidart to the east of the peninsula has Loch Shiel as one boundary and the sea as its other. Within these regions are  the villages of Acharacle, Salen, Strontian, Ardgour, Lochaline, Kilchoan and Glenuig - each with their own charm and attractions. 


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Places to Stay

Accommodation in the area offers everything from  Campsites, Bed and Breakfasts, Guest houses, Hotels and Self Catering accommodation to suit all tastes and budgets, the rough bounds is the perfect destination for individuals, families or groups. Many have spectacular views or loch side locations and all with the west coast welcome.

Stay close to a small village like Kilchoan, Strontian, Acharacle, Ardgour or Lochaline or choose something more remote such as Sanna, Drimnin, Polloch, or Glenuig.


Things to Do

Things to See & Do

Where to start..... the outdoor types amongst you will be exhilarated with the walks, fishing, kayaking, cycling through amazing unspoilt countryside, climbing a mountain, strolling through a glen or enjoing some wild swimming. Wildlife lovers can enjoy bird watching or taking a wildlife cruise - spot  basking sharks, dolphins, whales and otters, deer, eagles, pine martens and if you are lucky the elusive wild cat.  

Or just simply relax..... why not find a quiet sandy beach with amazing views to the Isles or perhaps visit one of our tearooms and enjoy home made cake, take in some craft shops or even an art gallery and some fine dining.

Whatever you choose to do, we have something for everyone and we promise you will be back for more of it.


Eating Out

Eating Out

Eat out amidst spectacular scenery and sample some really great food, brought to you by passionate and talented people who believe in using fresh and local produce wherever possible. You won't have to search far for Ardnamurchan reared venison, home made jams, honey  and even home grown salad and vegetables. You will find eggs sold by the roadside, so have change ready to leave in the box!


If you want to eat out the selection is out of this world from soup and paninis to fresh caught seafood and local meat, you will be spoilt for choice.