The North Coast of Argyll includes parts of Old Argyll such as Kinlochleven, Glencoe, and Ballachulish all of which are now politically part of the Highland Region but also where most dwellers retain their postal address as Argyll. The northern area is stunning with the backdrop of the Glencoe Munros and views to the west dominated by the Morvern mountains. The coastal area is on the shores of Loch Linnhe and the great arm of Loch Leven. This particular area of coarse is steeped in the romantic and black history of the Scottish Nation such as the Glencoe Massacre and the famous Appin Murder.
navigation of this site is very easy, you can move from town
to town or village by clicking on the list on the left menu.
When there you can then find all the accommodation available
in that immediate vicinity whilst also find information
about the place, things to see and do and also local
businesses. Each local area also has a map to help you
have included Bridge of Orchy and
Dalmally, in the Argyll
Coast Website even although neither are on the coast. They
are in fact both near the shores of Lochs.
Orchy on the river Orchy is very near Loch Tulla and Dalmally is
a mile or two from the large body of water which is Loch Awe.
The main road to the North West of Scotland, the A82, runs from Glasgow to Fort William. This road skirts the Eastern Boundary of Argyll at Loch Lomond and then skirts the Northern Boundary of Argyll at Tyndrum, and then Glencoe. Many ill informed visitors continue North completely oblivious to the fact that there are bypassing some of the most spectacular areas of Scotland that is Argyll
How to get
to the Argyll Coast will depend upon where you are coming from.
If you are coming from Ireland by way of Stranraer or Troon, or
by Prestwick airport then an ideal entry point is by ferry from
Gourock on the South Clyde coast to
Alternatively from Glasgow head for Loch Lomond and
enter via the
Bridge of Orchy.