Ardnamurchan Peninsula

One of the most unspoilt areas in North West Scotland and the most westerly point of the British Isles. We first visited here in 2011 with Bridget and Poppy, stopping at Kilcamb Lodge Hotel on the outskirts of Strontian, the main village along the peninsula. As a result of that visit we ventured back again in August 2016. 

The scenery along the narrow single track road to the Ardnamurchan lighthouse is quite stunning, with seascapes around nearly every bend and some of the finest beaches in the country all unspoilt and not over commercialised. There are many places to visit; we only scratched the surface during our short stay. The wildlife, be it Otters, Deer, Seals and Red Squirrels are abundant in many places and with a little time and patience you will see them. Our Hotel was superb as usual, the hospitality and ambience was wonderful and the food was quite remarkable. During our recent stay one of our pups was quite poorly and the chef prepared specific meals for her every day. I cannot wait to visit again. We were based on the edge of Loch Sunart and was ideal, especially for our two dogs, with lovely long walks along the side of the loch, needless to say they spent most of the time in the water.

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The Corran Ferry
Loch Sunart
Kilcamb Lodge Grounds
Glenfinnan Monument
Kilcamb Lodge Hotel
Garbh Eilean Wildlife Hide
Tioram Castle
Ariundle Ancient Oak Woodlands
Ardnamurchan Point and Lighthouse
Kilcamb Flora Fauna