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Roshven, Lochailort, Glenuig PH38 4NB

The house is situated on the West coast in Roshven which lies on the north coast of the Ardnamurchan peninsula overlooking Lochailort, the Sound of Arisaig and the islands of Eigg and Rum. It provides an ideal base from which to explore the numerous local activities and those found further afield or to just sit comfortably, relax and soak in the views.

The house is approximately 35 miles west from Fort William on the "Road to the Isles" which offers a blend of majestic scenery, rich history and iconic engineering in the form of the Glenfinnan viaduct made famous by the tales of Harry Potter.


Follow the A82 North to Loch Lomond then on to Crianlarich.


Follow the A82 South heading for Invermoriston and Fort Augustus then on to Spean Bridge. From Spean Bridge continue South on the A82 until you reach the Lochybridge roundabout with the Ben Nevis distillery on your left, take the second exit on the A830 signposted to Mallaig.


(Lochybridge Roundabout)

You are now at the starting point for the 'Road to the Isles', the A830. From the roundabout follow the A830 towards Mallaig for 24 miles which will bring you to the Lochailort Inn, turn left on to the A861 and follow signs for Glenuig the house is 5.7 miles from the junction at the Lochailort Inn and is on the left hand side of the road, turn and drive 80 metres up the hill and take the left hand fork.


Take the M9 towards Stirling and Perth. Continue on the M9 past the turn off to Stirling heading for Perth and turn off at Junction 10 taking the A84 to Doune, Callander, Strathyre then Lochearnhead where the road continues as the A85 over Glen Ogle to Lix Toll and Crianlarich.


Follow the A82 North through Tyndrum, Bridge of Orchy, Glencoe, Ballachulish and Fort William. Continue to drive through Fort William on the A82 until you reach the Lochybridge roundabout with the Ben Nevis distillery on your right. Take the first exit at the roundabout signposted to Banavie, Corpach and Glenfinnan.