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Ardnamurchan Point and Lighthouse

Kilchoan, Scotland
+44 131 473 3100
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Beautiful and scary

We visited the day a storm was due in. It was dry but storm force winds, this didn’t distract from... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
Craig B
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Belper, United Kingdom
via mobile
What a view!

Sunshine during July and it's in Scotland. A day with a mate travelling around the west coast of... read more

Reviewed 4 days ago
bikezx9r
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Argyll and Bute, United Kingdom
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“stunning views” (19 reviews)
“single track” (24 reviews)
“long drive” (14 reviews)
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Kilchoan, Scotland
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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

We visited the day a storm was due in. It was dry but storm force winds, this didn’t distract from the beautiful scenery but added a more natural beauty to it. It was nice to read about the lighthouse, as it was “wintertime” we couldn’t...More

Thank Craig B
Reviewed 4 days ago

Sunshine during July and it's in Scotland. A day with a mate travelling around the west coast of Scotland - he's working and I'm along for the scenery. Early start but more than made up for by the scenery and places we travel to -...More

Thank bikezx9r
Reviewed 1 week ago

A longer drive out than I expected but so worth it the scenery on route was fab. The lighthouse unfortunately was closed for repairs but the views were amazing even though the sea was somewhat rough. Visit to the gift shop/tea rooms. Some lovely gifts...More

Thank elizabethleatham
Reviewed 1 week ago

The lighthouse is presently closed for renovations but the visitor center is still open as is the coffee shop and delicious pastries and cakes. This is a great lookout point from which to view the Sound and Island of Mull on a clear day.

Thank Jonathan M
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Not a journey to be taken lightly - allow plenty of time. We were staying in Fort William and thought we could do the whole of the peninsula in a day - we did, but at the cost of stopping little. We did make it...More

Thank Julie P
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Here for long weekend staying in Kilchoan so had to visit lighthouse which unfortunately was closed for repair work stunning views and we visited the tea room and craft shop very reasonable prices all home baking empire biscuits were fab as was the coffee so...More

Thank Jinty478
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Firstly it is a LONG way to Ardnamurchan Point if you live anywhere but Ardnamurchan. It is also the most westerly point on the British mainland (almost - the little headland a smidge to the south is fractionally further west but the headland is a...More

Thank Dave B
Reviewed 14 September 2017 via mobile

There are better views in the area, so I'd only come here if you're near. The tower is closed at the moment which may not help. Gift shop ok, cafe on site too. The rest of the area is amazing, so include this as part...More

Thank BBV_UK
Reviewed 10 September 2017

This is one of the best whale-watching spots in the UK, believe me. You need a flat-calm day (which is actually quite common), ideally with enough wind to keep the midges off, and from May-September you can get some really reliable sightings of some great...More

Thank Billy B
Reviewed 8 September 2017

The Ardnamurchan Lighthouse was built on the westernmost point of mainland Britain in 1869 by Alan Stephenson, another of that great family of Scottish engineers. Stephenson seem to have designed nearly all of Scotland's lighthouses. The light that has guided ships along this rockbound coast...More

Thank V581ZSdonb
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marco j
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Response from Colin M | Reviewed this property |
Did you try Google? A simple search give you the web site (I can't link it here apparently) and it then tells you the web site to try for booking! (again I'm not allowed to show it!)
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