Maps & Directions for Tom Fraoich in Strontian, a self catering log chalet in the West Highlands of Scotland. Also Information about the area.
We are situated near the village of Strontian on the Ardnamurchan
Peninsula. Our Self Catering Log Chalet has two bedrooms and is set in
one acre of garden, with wonderful views to the hills beyond.
Our weekly lets are from Saturday - Saturday.
All Bed Linen, Towels and Electricity are included in the price.
MAPS & DIRECTIONS:
Coming From the North or South:
Leave the A82 , South of Fort William, (signposted Corran Ferry) and take the five-minute ferry trip across the Corran Ferry.
The ferry runs every thirty minutes during the day across to Ardgour. Turn left from the ferry exit, follow the A861 road until you get to Strontian (14 miles) and continue through the village, staying on the A861.
At the road junction at Ardnastang, turn right and we are five hundred metres on the left.
Coming from Skye via Mallaig:
Turn right off the A830 Mallaig to Fort William road on to the A861 at Lochailort and stay on this road through Glenuig, Acharacle and Salen - continue for another ten miles until you come to a road junction at Ardnastang, turn left and we are five hundred metres on the left.
Alternative route from Fort William:
From Fort William you can also get to Ardgour by taking the very beautiful scenic route down the A861 along the western side of Loch Linnhe to Ardgour.
GENERAL INFORMATION ON STRONTIAN & SURROUNDING AREA
Strontian (derives from the Gaelic for "Point of the Fairies"), lies at
the head of Loch Sunart on the Ardnamurchan Peninsula in the beautiful
Strontian has a Post Office, shops and general amenities.
Petrol and diesel are available locally.
We are within 45 minutes drive of Ardnamurchan Point, the most westerly spot in Britain with magnificent views out to the Hebrides.
Visits to Mull and Iona via Lochaline or Skye via Mallaig can easily be completed within a day.
Ben Nevis, Fort William and Glencoe can be reached within 45 minutes via a short crossing on the Corran Ferry.
www.westhighlandcrafts.co.uk - Scottish Knitwear and Crafts based in Strontian Ardnamurchan
Woodland Pottery - based in Strontian
www.west-highland-way.co.uk - Walking the West Highland Way
www.otter-adventures.co.uk - Adventures and Journeys exploring Ardnamurchan