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Here's a selection of our favourite places in Argyll;
Head for the top of Glen Nevis and take the hike through the gorge to view the Steall Falls via the rope bridge and have lunch at the Ben Nevis Inn for an amazing view of Britain's highest mountain.
A drive through Glen Lonan with lots of Highland cows to see, nice scenery and come out at Taynuilt to collect smoked salmon or trout pate from Inverawe smokehouse for lunch.
Take a boat trip over to Kerrera and visit Gylen Castle via the quaint tearoom on this car free island.
A boat trip over to lovely Luing to enjoy the many seascapes and have a seafood lunch at the Atlantic Cafe. Another island stunner is Easdale Island, and get a sense of stepping back in time.
In summer join the Jacobite steam train (the Hogwart Express) from Fort William to Mallaig for the most scenic train ride in Britain.
A visit to Fort William should include a walk along the Caledonian Canal and trip to Neptune's Staircase with superb views of Ben Nevis.
For the wildlife spotters we recommend a trip to Mull and you won't be disappointed with it's abundant wildlife.
If you take the car across make sure to head for Glengorm Castle north of Tobermory to have lunch.
Visit Tobermory with it's colourful seafront and it's many lovely shops. There is a great walk from the Pier toward the lighthouse with wonderful views over the Sound of Mull and return via the golf course.
Or visit Iona with it's coral beaches and embark for a day trip to Staffa to visit Fingal's Cave and see the puffins.
A walk along the Crinan canal and watch the boats travel through the locks and admire the old puffers in the basin.
Drive to Craignish past Ardfern and enjoy peace & quiet and views over Scaba and Jura.
A visit to Castle Stalker Cafe and enjoy the views over to one of Scotland's loveliest castles.
Head up to Ben Lora for great views over Benderloch and Connel.
Visit the Fairy Bridge and hike up the many trails up the forest from Sutherland's Grove.
There are numerous gardens in the area well known for their amazing azalea and rhododendron collections.
Or just enjoy the view from the house or patio with plenty of wildlife to see and immerse yourself in the natural beauty of the great Scottish countryside.