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Corran Ferry
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let nature inspire you...

Ard Daraich is ideally situated to explore this part of the West Highlands. Situated at the beginning of the Ardnamurchan Peninsula, once you cross the Corran ferry you enter a quieter world where nature is the source of inspiration. You can drive to the most westerly point of the British Isles, climb a Stevenson Lighthouse and walk on a white beach at Sanna Bay looking out to the Small Isles and The Isle of Skye or catch the ferry to Tobermory on the Isle of Mull, have a tour of the distillery, eat the freshest seafood or buy the famous Mull Cheddar. You can go to Arisaig and Mallaig on the 'Road to the Isles' and visit the islands of Eigg, Rhum, Muck or Canna by boat. If you want to leave the car behind and climb a Corbett, there are several in Glen Gour, behind the house. Also close to Glen Scaddle and Conaglen there are walks of various levels within the parish or Ardgour. Fort William is the Outdoor Capital of the UK, outdoor pursuits include skiing, snowboarding, climbing, white water rafting and mountain biking.

For those keen on fishing, both fly and sea angling, there are many choices and we can organise river or loch fishing if given enough notice.

There is a beach to sit on and endless quite places to go to read or draw. We have a variety of birds nesting in the garden and our current favourite is a woodpecker and chick that regularly feed at the bird table. With a nature reserve within easy reach, we can arrange a guided walk where not only could you see the 'big five', but also learn about the smaller species that marks our natural world as so unique that it has special European protection. here and book today