Bed and Breakfast and Self Catering
Strontian, Ardnamurchan peninsula
Tel: +44 (0) 1967 402201
Bed and breakfast and self catering accommodation by Strontian
at the base of the Ardnamurchan Peninsula, West Highlands of Scotland
and a gateway to Mull, Iona and the Small Isles
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What you get at Heatherbank: A warm welcome, comfortable rooms with views, TV + DVD + Freeview, free wi-fi access and a delicious breakfast.
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B&B OFFERS : None at the moment.
CARAVAN OFFERS : None at the moment.
22/10 : Lots of Fieldfares and Redwings about. 21/10 : Rut about ended. 27/9 Rut begins. 17/9 : Geese flying in. 25/7 : Loads of Scotch Argos butterflies. 18/7 : Lesser Butterfly Orchids. 12/7 : Spotted Heath Orchids. 6/7 : Early Purple Orchids. 22/6 : Chimney Sweep Moths. 19/6 : Red deer with new young. 15/6 : Watched snipe performing in daylight. 5/6 : Golden eagle on Loch Sunart. 30/5 : Meadow pippits chasing off cuckoo. 8/5 : Stonechat. 25/4 : Swallows have arrived . 22/3 : Pair Black Grouse flew over . 19/4 : 1st Cuckoo. 17/4 : Otter from the hide. 15/4 : 1st Wheatear. 11/4 : 1st Siskin. 10/4 : Sea Eagle over Carna and Ben Laga.
Self Catering Caravan:
(For details see 'Self-Catering ' page of this web-site.)
There are ample opportunities for walking, climbing, mountain biking, wildlife watching, diving, island hopping, visiting historical sites, museums, geological sites, numerous coastal views, photography, painting, winter activities and, of course, visits to distilleries! There are numerous events occuring in the region throughout the season.
There is a free jetty at Strontian boat launching. At Salen there are larger launch and short/longer term mooring and berthing facilities at (see link at bottom of "Things To Do" page).
Corbetts: there are 10 within a 10 mile radius, of which 5 can be seen from Heatherbank.
Heatherbank is surrounded by breathtaking scenery and is the perfect location to relax. The wildlife of the Ardnamurchan peninsula and Mull includes Red Deer, Otters, Pine Martens, Wild Cats, Black Grouse and the splendid Golden & Sea Eagles. Enjoy Bird Watching - Walking - Cycling - Climbing - Boat Trips - Touring - Fishing.
The area is renowned for its geology and Heatherbank is within walking distance of the old Strontian Mines.
Heatherbank Guesthouse is a 4 star B&B with six rooms available. We are situated in 6 acres of croft on the edge of open moorland at OS grid reference NM 819639 (Explorer Map 391 or Landranger Map 40). The village of Strontian and Loch Sunart lie below. Strontian is situated in the Sunart region at the base of the Ardnamurchan peninsula, the end of which forms the most westerly point of the British mainland overlooking the small isles and distant Skye.
Heatherbank is ideally placed for exploring Loch Sunart, Loch Shiel, the Ardnamurchan peninsula, Morvern, Ardgour, Moidart, Mull and Iona, the Nevis range and Glen Coe. There is also easy access to Oban, Fort William, Mallaig for the Skye ferry, and nearby Silver Sands and Loch Morar.
Heatherbank also offers a four berth self-catering caravan for holiday lets on a weekly basis - Saturday to Saturday. Some short weeks are available during less busy periods.
All rooms now have private facilities.
Bed and Breakfast from £36 per head per night
Four poster from £40 per head per night B&B. (Prices based on two people sharing).
A single supplement applies and this may vary according to the season
Packed lunch £5.50 (please order at time of booking)
Cheese and biscuit supper tray £5 per head (please order at breakfast time)
Free wi-fi access
Cyclists: Lock-up garage facilities for bikes.
Once your booking is confirmed, please pay the agreed amount by cheque (payable to P. A. Baker) or securely via PayPal using your debit or credit card:
Pippa Sharp. Heatherbank, Strontian, Acharacle, Highland. PH36 4JB. United Kingdom
Tel: +44 (0) 1967 402 201 .................... email: firstname.lastname@example.org