by Oban & Fort William in the heart of West Coast Scotland
The Appin and Port Appin areas are a much loved escape for artists, novelists, outdoor enthusiasts and nature lovers, or for those simply wanting to relax in one of Scotland’s most beautiful locations. It is situated on the West Coast of Scotland just north of Oban and south of Fort William, the Outdoor Capital of the UK.
Appin sits on the shores of Loch Creran and Loch Linnhe and is home to Castle Stalker, one of the most spectacular castles in Scotland. Across the loch is Ardnamurchan with it’s jaw-dropping scenic mountains. Just 20 minutes drive away is the world famous Glen Coe.
There are local restaurants and cafes should you not feel like cooking. Plus, many activities; skiing, snow boarding, climbing, water sports, walking, golf and so much more.
Cairn Lodge, Glen Creran, Appin is a warm and welcoming self catering accommodation and holiday cottage in one of the most stunning locations on the West Coast of Scotland. Fasnacloich is accessible by an excellent road off the A828 and sits on the shores of a small loch in the mountains of Glen Creran. There are beautiful woodlands nearby and a river which leads out into the main loch, Loch Creran, which adjoins Loch Linnhe and main gateway to the islands of the Inner Hebrides.
It’s a quiet location, perfect for a real get-away, yet only 17 miles from nearby Oban, 20 miles from Fort William the Outdoor Capital of the UK and a 2 and a quarter hours drive from Glasgow. Which you can take via Loch Lomond and Glen Coe for the ultimate in superb Scottish scenery.
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