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a) The Islands
Isle of Eigg
The Isle of Eigg is one of the most beautiful Hebridean Islands, lying 10 miles off the Scottish west coast, south of the Isle of Skye. The island has a fascinating history, superb wildlife and birdlife and a temperate maritime climate.
Isle of Muck
Isle of Muck is a small island on the west coast of Scotland forming part of the
Small Isles (with Eigg, Rum and Canna). The island has a range of
accommodation options, superb wildlife and beautiful scenery and beaches.
tel: 01687 462362 email: firstname.lastname@example.org website: www.isleofmuck.com
Isle of Rum
Rum has an ancient and interesting history, from evidence of neolithic habitation the earliest in Scotland, through to what has become its glittering (and somewhat distressed) jewel - that of Kinloch Castle built in 1900. Today it is also known for being one of Britain's finest National Nature Reserves, with an important colony of Manx Shearwater and the location for reintroducing the magnificent Sea Eagle. A long-standing Deer research program has brought it international attention.
b) Accomodation Arisaig & Small Isles
Arisaig Hotel dates back to the Jacobite era and was originally built as a Coaching Inn around 1720. The Hotel offers both Bar and Dining Room meals and has a Public and Cocktail Bar.
The Old Library Lodge and Restaurant
The Old Library is a 200-year-old stone built stable that has been converted into a cheerful and welcoming Restaurant with Rooms.
Arisaig House Cottages
Six luxury self-catering cottages and high quality apartments accommodating 2 to 9 persons set in the mature grounds of Arisaig House.
Cnoc na Faire
Cnoc-na-Faire is a 4-star small Hotel at Back of Keppoch, around 1 mile from Arisaig. Dining Room and Bar meals are available. Booking is advisable for the Dining Room.
Eshaness - Eshaness is situated in its own grounds on croft land at the head of Rhu in Arisaig. It commands the finest views of Arisaig Bay and the Islands of Eigg and Rum. It is an ideal location for launching kayaks into Arisaig Bay and exploring the islands off the Rhu peninsula. It is also ideal for walking, cycling, and is in close proximity to stunning beaches, and what is considered one of the most beautiful nine-hole golf courses in the world.
It is located within walking distance of Arisaig Shop, train station (passing the Harry Potter Bridge), bus stop, local hotels and Arisaig Marina where it is possible to take trips on the MV Shearwater to the islands of Eigg, Rum and Muck.
Cottage and quality cedar lodges overlooking the sea and islands.
Invercaimbe Croft Holidays - Arisaig
4 & 3 star Holiday Houses and Camping and Caravansite on a traditional West Highland Croft with Highland Cattle and Highland Ponies. Quiet Beach Front Location.
Sunnyside Croft: Self catering accomodation and a Touring and Camping Site just 2 miles north of Arisaig Marine on the Road to the Isles Coastal route to Morar / Mallaig. Open all year with beach access.
Port Mor House Hotel - Isle of Muck
Port Mor House Hotel lies on the west side of Port Mor Bay, just a stones throw from the Craft Shop, Tearoom and pier. The Hotel specialises in seafood and uses locally sourced produce where possible. Produce such as shellfish, lamb, game and vegetables are all sourced from Muck itself. The Hotel also offers a good selection of fine wines and malt whiskies to suit every taste.
Holiday Cottages - Isle of Muck
Isle of Muck Cottages are ideal for those wanting to relax with family and friends, and enjoy the wonderful scenery, wildlife and white sandy beaches.
There are three holiday cottages on the island, all of which are situated near the white, sandy beaches. Lets are Saturday to Saturday unless by prior arrangement.
Lageorna - Isle of Eigg
Lageorna is a converted crofthouse in Cleadale on the Isle of Eigg
We have a self-catering cottage, en-suite bed and breakfast and a restaurant serving breakfast, lunches and dinner using local produce wherever possible.
c) Accommodation in the Area
Ardrhu Holiday Cottages
Ardrhu House offers spectacular Baronial syle accommodation as well as self catering cottage accommodation nestling on the banks of Loch linnhe. Just 9 miles south of Fort William, Ben Nevis and 5 miles north from Glencoe.
This Scottish Baronial house accommodates up to 14 people. It was built in the grand style of 1892 and retains all the Scottish character of the period,Ardrhu Self-catering Holiday Cottages are set in a spectacular lochside location and consist of fourteen varying properties.
But n Ben Breaks
One mile from Spean Bridge and 12 miles from Fort William, in the small crofting community of Stronaba, this gem of a cottage waits to welcome you. Semi-detached with one double bedroom, But 'n' Ben is the perfect romantic hideaway. Beautifully refurbished to a high standard with a Finnish BBQ Hut in the garden for the sole use of the guests......no need to wait for the sun to come out or the snow to melt before lighting the coals!
Loch Leven Holiday Accommodation, by Fort William
Loch Leven Holiday Accommodation, by Fort William
Loch Leven Holiday Accommodation comprises of 7 chalets, 1 pine lodge and a luxury cottage. We are situated 4 miles from the village of North Ballachulish, 6 miles from Glencoe village, 5 miles from Kinlochleven and 16 miles from Fort William in the stunning West Highlands of Scotland.
Seangan Croft - Chalets & B&B
Seangan is one of the most idyllic and unique locations of the Scottish Highlands with spectacular views across the Great Glen to the north face of Ben Nevis and set right on the banks of the Caledonian Canal.
Seangan is just 5 miles from the bustling, highland town of Fort William which makes this is an excellent base for touring the whole of the West Highlands or partake in the many activities offered locally.
We offer Bed and Breakfast and Self Catering Chalets
The Old Forge - Britain's Remotest Pub
Ian, Jackie and Rhona welcome YOU to the Old Forge, Knoydart, mainland Britain's Remotest Pub as certified by The Guinness Book of Records. Accessible only by boat!Listed as one of only 3 of “Scotland’s bloody good pubs by Peter Irvine “The Best Of Scotland 2007” and with no roads in or out, an 18 mile hike over munros or a 7 mile sea crossing, the pub is the remotest, on mainland Britain.
f) Other Links