Cafe Sunart

Relax with a cup of coffee in Cafe Sunart after a walk in The Strontian Community Woodland or a walk on the Fairies Road to Ariundle Oakwoods. This friendly small cafe in the centre of Strontian serves a wide range of meals and refreshing drinks. A well as a comfortable indoor area, Cafe Sunart has a small terrace outside from where you can watch the wee world of Strontian tick by.

A great spot to grab a cooked breakfast if you are camping nearby and a favourite with locals for lunch and teas.

The Kilcamb Lodge Hotel and Restaurant

With panoramic views across Loch Sunart and with Three AA Rosettes your are assured a memorable dining experience at The Kilcamb Lodge Hotel and Restaurant. The menu is inspired by the wild beauty of Loch Sunart using the very best locally sourced produce. You can chose to dine in the A la carte restaurant or the informal Driftwood Brassiere. Lunch options in the Brasserie are more simple than dinner and include sandwiches, fish and chips and a special two course menu.

Afternoon teas and Sunday lunches are also popular options for locals and visitors alike.

The Bothy Bar and Restaurant at the Strontian Hotel

Strontian is famous as the village which gives its name to the element Strontium which was discovered in the hills above. The Strontian Hotel which dates back to the early 19th Century was the former mine mangers house now houses The Bothy Bar and Restaurant as well as the hotel. You can enjoy a bar snack in the informal and dog friendly Bothy Bar enjoying some wonderful views over Loch Sunart from the picture windows or dine in the more formal restaurant in the evenings. The menu includes a range of local produce and includes vegetarian, vegan and gluten free options.

Sunart Camping

Set in the village of Strontian The Sunart Camping Site is just a short walk away from village facilities including shop, hotel/bar, post office, restaurant and cafe. The Sunart Camping site is an ideal base from which to explore the wonders of Sunart including The Atlantic Oakwoods at Ariundle,The old Strontian mines, Loch Shiel at Polloch and Loch Sunart as well as the wildlife wonders of Ardnamurchan, Moidart and Morvern.

Bluebell Croft

Enjoy a luxury stay at Bluebell croft in Strontian on the shores of Loch Sunart. This unique property offers two self-catering properties, Honeysuckle House with four bedrooms and Rose Cottage with two bedrooms. Each property boasts a 5 star Visit Scotland grading and there a large hot tub for guests to enjoy. The properties can be rented individually or together, the latter idea for accommodating larger groups in style. Guests will also have the opportunity to experience life on a working croft, featuring sheep, chicken and ducks.

Corran Point

Corran Point has been designated as a dark sky discovery site where you have an opportunity to see the milky way. The site is located in Ardgour by the Corran ferry terminal, at the Corran Narrows, on the shores of Loch Linnhe. Park at Corran village and head towards the red brick building by the side of the Corran Lighthouse. The coastal site can be accessed via a metal gate and provides good viewing conditions in all directions.

Please take care to avoid vehicles queuing for the Corran ferry.

Sallachan Beach

Sallachan Beach has been designated as a dark sky discovery site where you have an opportunity to see the milky way. The site is adjacent to the River Gour on the shores of Loch Linnhe and consists of a grassed area with gated access to Sallachan Beach. The site is readily accessible from the A861, and is approximately 2.5 miles form the Corran ferry terminal. Look out for the metal bridge across the River Gour ( NM 981 628). There is also a signpost to Sallachan on the opposite side of the road.

There are good viewing opportunities in all directions.

Strontian Village Green

Strontian is a lovely picturesque village on the shores of Loch Sunart, with a vibrant community centred around a large village green. There are several shops in Strontian including a village store, post office, craft shops and a tourism information centre. There is also a cafe with sit in and take away service as well as public toilets.

Ariundle Oakwoods

Immerse yourself in the Celtic rainforest at Ariundle as you enjoy a picnic with the pixies. Ariundle is a National Nature Reserve renowned for its Atlantic Oak woodlands strewn with mosses, lichens and ferns. There are walks through the woods and along the banks of the River Strontian, as well as a path up to the old lead mines in the hills.