Bluebell Croft offers something for almost everyone, with outstanding hospitality. Relax in superbly comfortable and well equipped holiday homes, surrounded by tranquil and beautiful countryside.
The huge sun room, normally used by Honeysuckle, leads out to the perfectly situated hot tub. The patio for both cottages is a marvellous place to relax and has breath-taking mountain views. It is also the perfect spot for romantic star-gazing!
The houses share a spectacular, elevated West Coast location on the Ardnamurchan penninsula, with stunning mountain views across the Strontian glen. The properties lend themselves well as a unique wedding venue for small groups and a secluded and tranquil honeymoon destination.
See our information and links on the Ardnamurchan page for details of what to see and do in the area- you'll be amazed at the variety!
Being an environmentally concsious business we take into account the needs of the environment, local residents, businesses, and visitors.
Well behaved dogs are always welcome.
Bluebell Croft offers something for almost everyone, with outstanding hospitality. Chrissie is a keen cook who can cater for your arrival with a beef casserole (£8.25 per person or 1/2 price under 12)
Relax in superbly comfortable and well equipped holiday homes, surrounded by tranquil and beautiful countryside.
Wheelchair accessible on the downstairs of both properties with downstairs bedroom and en-suite wet-room. Wheelchair accessible patios and seating area with garden birds fed year round. To read our access information and to get more details on what is suitable for you, please see our access statment here.
Explore the wildlife packed and dramatic Ardnamurchan Peninsula with lots of accessible outdoor activities and day-trips to close-by islands such as Mull, Eigg, Rhum and Muck.
Fishing, cycling, walking and hill-climbing.
Enjoy both dining and rustic food close-by.
Superb giant hot-tub with magnificent views- available year round.
There are lots of indoor and outdoor activities for children including DVD's, games, puzzles and toys, close by river for pond-dipping and woodland walks. We are also very happy for children to help us collect eggs, feed the chickens, and ducks as well as pick raspberries and strawberries in season. If you are coming during the lambing season, you could even meet the little lambs.
Energy Efficiency rating - Band B
CO2 Rating - A
Reach us via A82.
Cross the Corran Ferry and turn immediately left. Continue for approx 13 miles and enter Strontian.
Pass through the village and village green, cross small bridge and turn immediately right towards Ariundle Forest Walks.
Continue for 1/2 mile and find Bluebell Croft on the left.
Go up the hill and the properties are round the corner on the left with gravel parking.
By train to Fort William.
By road via A82 and Corran Ferry
By bus from Fort William to Kilchoan
Nearest airport Glasgow- 2 1/2 hours drive.
Edinburgh 3 hours. Inverness 2- 2 1/2 hours
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