Seaview Log Cabins Strontian
A group of excellent log cabins (made from solid whole Scandinavian pines) with a magnificent situation some 20 miles south west of Fort William near the village of Strontian. They are on the route to the Ardnamurchan peninsula which is the most westerly part of Scotland and an escapist's paradise.
Seaview Self Catering Cabins
A Stunning Part of Scotland
To get to Strontian, turn off the Oban to Fort William road just north of Onich and hop across Loch Linnhe on the Ardgour to Corran car ferry (10 minute journey, no booking necessary) then continue for about 13 miles west and you come to the village at the head of Loch Sunart. This pretty and peaceful village has the unexpected distinction of having had the element strontium named after it when it was first discovered there in 1790!
These excellent log cabins are spread around the hillside on the edge of the village, all with plenty of ground around them and with superb views of the water and the mountains from their vantage point over the loch.
The village, with shops, petrol, bistro and a couple of hotels, is within strolling distance and beyond it the road narrows to single track and winds westwards along the side of the loch through a wonderful countryside of old oak woods and breathtaking shoreline.
The comfortable cabins are an ideal base for relaxing amid this glorious scenery, with opportunities to explore Ardnamurchan, Sunart, Morven and Moidart and even take a further easy ferry hop from Lochaline (17 miles) across to the Isle of Mull.