Ardvullin House, Ardgour
Ardvullin House in Ardgour is a new venue for the club. It is an attractive stone built house which dates from 1780, and is now used as a large holiday home and activity centre for disadvantaged children. It was originally built as a ghillie’s cottage but was extended between 1800 and 1860 into a grand highland home which can now sleep up to 18 people.
Ardgour is a beautiful, quiet area reached by a short crossing on the Corran ferry. There are several corbetts in this area including Garbh Beinn, which also hides one of the best mountain crags in Scotland. It is a stunning drive along the ardnamurchan peninsula to the volcanic ring crags, sanna bay and the lighthouse at the most westerly point of the Scottish mainland.
The house enjoys a scenic and tranquil highland setting, surrounded by Loch Linnhe on three sides. It’s set back from the water’s edge protected by woodland and moorland behind, with gardens running down to a wee inland loch. The house has an open outlook to the south west with spectacular views down Loch Linnhe towards Lismore and Mull.
Parking is available for up to 6 cars.
£13 pppn There is an excellent pub in Ardgour.