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Map, brush and cameraOut & About

Photo of Golf bagThis remote part of the West Highlands of Scotland offers the visitor so much to see and do.

You can choose to do nothing at all and sit and chill on our hill  beside our Saltire flag, which overlooks white sandy beaches lapped by the clear Atlantic waters and gaze over the sea to the Islands of Skye and Rum. Our stunning area has been used many times for film locations and Cnoc-na-Faire even starred in an episode of “Monarch of the Glen”.

Should you choose to be more active try the following:

  • Take a boat trip out to the islands of Eigg, Rum and Muck
  • Visit the wilderness of the Knoydart Peninsular with Britain’s remotest pub.
  • Test your skills at Traigh Golf Course, less than a mile away
  • Enjoy a day trip down to Ardnamurchan Lighthouse, the most westerly point on the British mainland. Taking in Castle Tioram and little villages on the way.
  • Stroll the nearby beaches at Keppoch, Invercaimbe, Portnadoran, Traigh and the “Local Hero” beach at Camusdarroch.
  • Cruise over the sea to Skye. We are only a 10 minute drive from the ferry port of Mallaig.
  • Spot the Jacobite Steam Train (aka Hogwarts Express) on its way to and from Mallaig.
  • Other popular activities around the Cnoc are Hill Walking, Coastal Ranger Walks, Sea Kayaking, Fishing, Cycling and Bird Watching.

Isle in the middle of Loch Eilt


Whatever you choose to see and do, we can help to plan your day. Alternatively link onto and see what you can do today.