On the Road to Ardnamurchan
On the Road to Ardnamurchan

The journey to your cottage in Ardnamurchan is a unique and beautiful road, weaving through glen, mountain, woodland, and loch, and skirting the shoreline for miles with spectacular views out to sea and over to the isles.

Adventures around Ardnamurchan
Ardnamurchan Adventures

A must-visit is Ardnamurchan Lighthouse, which crowns the most westerly point. On a sunny day take a tour up the lighthouse and enjoy 360 degree uninterrupted views as far as the Outer Hebrides.

Across the Water to Tobermory
Across the water to Tobermory
Only 35 minutes on the ferry from Kilchoan and you’ll sail into the small fishing town of Tobermory, instantly recognisable for its beautiful row of many-coloured houses huddled around the bustling harbour.

Jutting proudly into the Atlantic, the most westerly outcrop on the British Isles, is Ardnamurchan. Once an ancient volcano, forged from molten rock, Ardnamurchan is still distinguished by its vast mountain, crater, and beguiling rock formations. Now however, the remote, peaceful peninsula is abundant with rare wildlife and home to a small, friendly community. An ideal family retreat, you’ll find plenty to see and do.

Discover spectacular mountains, glens, and ancient Atlantic woodland, encompassed by miles of beaches and unexplored coves, home to otters, eagles, pine martens, and the elusive wildcat. Sail out to sea by boat or kayak to explore the small isles and look out for whales, dolphins and sea eagles. For dramatic heights scale Ben Hiant, Ben Resipole, or Ben Nevis. Or traverse the Ardnamurchan volcano crater to get a real sense of Ardnamurchan’s epic history. Watch the sun melt behind the Hebrides, and marvel at our immense dark skies, brimming with stars and frequented by the magical Northern lights.

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