Ardtornish House

Ardtornish Estate Co Ltd, Ardtornish, Morvern, Oban PA80 5UZ

Ardtornish House

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Ardtornish House, with it’s high clock tower, was designed by Alexander Ross of Inverness and was completed in 1891. The house has five dramatic, Victorian Apartments, retaining their original grandeur but sympathetically updated to provide all the facilities you will need for a wonderful self-catered holiday.

The sweeping drive leads up to ample parking for guests within the courtyard. When you set foot inside, you’ll be swept back to the days of Downton Abbey and period dramas where the ornate touches whisper of times gone. Look out for the bells on the wall which are still linked to each room in the house.

The view from each apartment looks out over the gardens and down toward Lochaline. Many boast window seats where you can while away time wildlife watching or marvelling at the dramatic sunsets that we have here on the west coast.

Each apartment has at least one working open fire, so you can cosy up with a good book and your favourite tipple. Free WiFi, linen and a log start pack are included for all guests.


To make an enquiry about accommodation, events or weddings, please contact us on or 01967 421 288

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Getting here

Ardtornish Estate Co Ltd, Ardtornish, Morvern, Oban PA80 5UZ

Given its remote locatoin, Ardtornish is most easily reached by car. Ardtornish sits on the Morvern Peninsula on Scotland’s West Coast. Whether travelling from North or South, the best way to reach us is via the Corran Ferry, 8 miles south of Fort William. The ferry takes you on to the Ardnamurchan Peninsula and it is a scenic 30 mile drive to Ardtornish.

If travelling by train, the closest station is Fort William. The train journey from Glasgow to Fort William is one of the great train journeys of the world. Scotrail operates the daytime services from Glasgow Queen Street, and The Caledonian Sleeper service, between London and Fort William is run by SRH Ltd.

The closest airport is Glasgow, but Inverness and Edinburgh are not much further. The airports are served by the main UK airlines including British Airways, EasyJet, Flybe and BMI.

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