Walking in the area is endless and breathtaking.  Ben Cruachan is a munroe hill and the highest in Argyll. It is situated just next door to Glen Strae and makes for a challenging walk, but the views from the top reach over to Mull and the islands which are breathtaking. Find out more about routes on Walk Highlands.

Glen Orchy

An 11 mile stretch of stunning scenery virtually unspoilt by housing of any description. The road runs from Dalmally up to the Bridge of Orchy following the path of the River Orchy on a simple windy road. Waterfalls, nature, wild flowers are all in abundance and it makes a lovely little outing from the lodge.

Glen Coe

Probably the most famous glen in Scotland it has an international reputation for its beauty and dramatic landscape. Find out more on the National Trust for Scotland website, or the Glen Coe website.


There are endless activities to keep even the most energetic people happily occupied. Head out on the water in search of whales, porpoises, seabirds and the world’s third largest whirlpool on a Seafari, explore a feat of engineering at Hollow Mountain at Ben Cruachan, or unwind with a round of golf in some of Scotland’s most stunning scenery at Dalmally Golf Course.


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