Attractions & Entertainment
Inverfyne has a fabulous position above the estuary of the River Fyne with superb views to the head of the Loch. Surrounded by quiet farmland on a 4,000 acre traditional country estate, this extremely spacious holiday home is the ideal setting from which to discover Scotland’s glorious scenery, history and culture.
Sailing the Sound of Jura or the Sound of Luing? This spot at Achanarnich Bay – on the mainland – offers fantastic anchorage: a beautiful secluded spot … out of the tide.
Applecross Walled Garden and the award winning Potting Shed Cafe and Restaurant lie in the heart of the spectacular Applecross Estate in Wester Ross at the western end of Bealach na Ba, Britain’s highest mountain pass. Surrounded by mountains, rivers and forests and with the Inner Sound of Raasay a stone throw away, we are well placed to take advantage of a huge wealth of locally sourced food.
Welcome to Ardchattan Priory Garden. A garden has existed at Ardchattan for over 700 years, since Valliscaulian monks from a little known order in Burgundy, first settled here on the north shore of Loch Etive. Facing south, with spectacular views over Loch Etive, one can look east to Ben Cruachan and west to the hills of Mull, the monks chose their site well.
Ardchonnel House is a very comfortable house sitting in a hill farm estate of some 1500 hectares with magnificent views overlooking Loch Awe, Scotland’s longest freshwater loch. The house is situated above the island of Inchconnel home to Inchconnel Castle, the 12th century seat of Clan Campbell.
Ardgour Estate is steeped in history and has been owned and managed by the Macleans of Ardgour for over six hundred years. The estate is currently managed by Ewen with the support of his wife Annie and their young family. They all greatly look forward to extending a warm welcome to you to share in this very special piece of Scotland.