Ardrishaig is a small village located on the shores of Loch Fyne in Argyll and is the eastern starting point of the Crinan Canal, known as 'Britain's most beautiful shortcut'.
Found midway between Oban and Campbeltown, Ardrishaig is the eastern starting point of the Crinan Canal, a fine example of 19th century engineering known as ‘Britain’s most beautiful shortcut’.
From Ardrishaig the Crinan Canal runs for 9 miles and as is vital waterway which cuts across the Kintyre Peninsula between Ardrishaig at Loch Fyne to Crinan at the Sound of Jura. This stunning route is used by 2000 boats every year and is an ideal pathway for cycling and walking.
Ardrishaig is a great base for exploring the variety of outdoor activities which can be enjoyed in the surrounding area.
Lochgilphead is the nearest town 3 miles away with eateries, accommodation and local amenties such as a bank and petrol station.
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