Most Westerly Point
Footpath to Sanna Beach
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Restrictions easing in Scotland April 2021
Bookings with an arrival date between 26th April 2021 and 17th May 2021
It is anticipated that the whole of Scotland, including all island communities will move to Level; 3 from Monday 26th April 2021. This will mean:
“non-essential travel between Scotland, England and Wales will be permitted, and tourist accommodation in Scotland can reopen subject to socialising rules”.
This will mean from 26th April 2021, guests can stay in self-catering accommodation from 1 household.
Bookings with an arrival date from 17th May 2021 onwards
More generally, we currently expect the whole of Scotland to move to at least Level 2 on 17th May 2021, to Level 1 in early June, and to Level 0 in late June.
This will mean from the 17th May 2021, a maximum of four adults from two households can stay together from this date (in-line with indoor socialising rules). Any number of children under the age of 12 can accompany four adults, subject to individual property occupancy rules
Ardnamurchan has small communities with a high proportion of older residents; some of whom are anxious about visitors returning to the area. We want to ensure that guests and residents alike feel safe and secure here. We have signed up to the West Highland Penninsulas’ Visitor Charter in relation to the resumption of tourism to the area and ask guests to familiarise themselves [link below] with what we ask of visitors to the area now the lockdown is lifting.
A couples retreat. A romantic location away from it all. We have a lovely selection of cottages for the prefect break.
If you’re looking for a self-catering cottage for a family or large group, check out our curated selection.
Don’t leave your dogs at home, bring them along with you to one of these pet-friendly cottages.
We have carefully picked cottages ideal for family holidays, romantic getaways, large groups and cottages that are dog friendly on the Ardnamurchan peninsula on the West Coast of Scotland.
Forged from the molten rock of an ancient volcano, Ardnamurchan is now a peninsula of wild and unforgettable beauty, its scenery ever-changing with the seasons. With majestic mountains and ancient woodland, fringed by untouched, spectacular beaches, it’s impossible not to be captivated by the spirit of Ardnamurchan.