Heatherbank Guesthouse is situated in Upper Scotstown some two miles above the village of Strontian. A great location to immerse yourself in the wilds, yet still within reach of the village facilites of Strontian which include a shop, post office, Inn and restaurants. Heatherbank Guesthouse offers 6 comfortable bedrooms with flat screen TV and tea making facilities.
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The centre of village life in Lochaline for over 50 years and a commuity hub and venue. It hosts regular produce fayres and events throughout the year and a great place for visitors to meet and get to know the locals.
Morvern Medical Centre is situated on the approach to the village of Lochaline The practice provides medical care for about 350 residents of Morvern as well as for visitors and temporary workers in the area
If you require medical advice whilst in the area you should contact the NHS24 helpline for non emergencies on 111 in the first instance. They will then advice on the appropriate course of action.
The Lochaline Stores is open all year and sells a wide range of groceries, bread, houshold goods, newspapers and alcohol. There is also a post office counter in the store which is so so useful for buying stamps to put on your postcards to friends and family. The store is open Monday-Saturday 08:30-18:00 and Sundays 11:30-14:00. There is also a small launderette at the side of the shop as well as the fuel pumps in the car parking area.
The public conveniences in Lochaline are situated just by the ferry terminal just opposite The Lochaline Snack Bar. Very convenient if you have just missed the ferry to The isle of Mull and are waiting in the queue for the next one or planning a days walking from Lochaline.
The Sunart Centre in a community hub and venue for Strontian, Sunart and Ardnamurchan. There is a year round programme of events including music, theatre, cinema, local fayres and workshops. The Sunart Centre is also home to Ardnamurchan Library which is open for both locals and visitors to join.
Strontian Public Conveniences are situated behind Cafe Sunart and Strontian Stores at the back of the large carpark in the centre of the village of Strontian. These facilites are available as part of the Highland Council Comfort Scheme and are made available by kind permission of the owning business. The facilites are op
Strontian Stores offers a wide range of groceries, fresh vegetables, frozen produce, beers, wines and spirits as well as stocking a good range of hardware and homeware. It is part of the KeyStore franchise so you will find regular offers to choose from as well as newspapers, cards, gifts and local products too. The hardware section stocks a good variety of electrical, plumbing, gardening and household items and has saved many a trip to Fort William or beyond.
Open Mon-Sat: 08:00-17:30; Sun: 10:00-14:00
Woodland Pottery offers a wide range of slip-cast and hand painted pottery. Amanda has a workshop in the shop so you can see the pottery in various stages of production and see her decorate it on site too.
Woodland Pottery stocks a wide range of both decorative and utilitarian items such as clocks, teapots, cups, vases, bowls, plaques, animal figures and more. You are bound to find a great memento of your Ardnamurchan holiday. As well as pottery the shop also stocks a range of hand knitted wollenware.
Oakwood Tourism and Crafts is a community run outlet in the centre of Strontian supporting local art and craft businesses and supplying tourist information. The shop is run by a friendly team of local volunteers who have indepth knowledge about the local area to allow you to get the most out of your holiday and match you with the appropriate souvenier to take back home.