The Lodge by the Loch

Overlooking Loch Creran with stunning views towards the mountains around Glen Creran. Only 14 miles from Oban, 30 miles from Fort William. Wonderful, spacious self catering with three bedrooms.

Dallachulish Lodge by Loch Creran

Opening in Autumn 2018 we have availability from November for up to six guests. As we are just opening we have availability for all the popular dates with short breaks also available, please contact us for more information. Call 07986 214885 or bookings@dallachulish.co.uk

A large kitchen with wood burning stove, adjoining sun room, lounge, dining room and three lovely bedrooms make this the perfect place to stay to explore the West Coast.

With renovations just completing we will have full photographs of the rooms very soon.

The views from all the bedrooms and main rooms are stunning – looking across Loch Creran towards Glen Creran and the surrounding mountains.

Cycling, walking and fishing are right on your doorstep. The A85 is less than a mile away and leads south to Oban – with ferries leaving for the Isles – and north to Fort William, Glencoe and so much more. A short drive or a cycle away is the passenger ferry to the lovely small island of Lismore.

The large kitchen has seating around a wood burning stove at one end, a large dining table in the centre and a well equipped kitchen area with windows that look towards the Loch. A door to one side leads to a bright sun room with comfortable seating to enjoy the views.

The downstairs hallway leads to the lounge that has patio doors out to the front of the house and a decked seating area. The hallway also leads to the dining room and a bathroom.

Upstairs, the Creran View room is the large Master bedroom with King size bed, ensuite and a lovely view. The Creagan room has a double bed and Fasnacloich room has twin beds. These two bedrooms also have superb views to Loch Creran and share a large adjacent bathroom.

 At the entrance is a utility and boot/drying room. Cycle storage is available and there is plenty of private parking.

Loch Creran

Loch Creran, a sea loch and a Marine Special Area of Conservation, was only 12,000 years ago occupied by a glacier. You can see some of the weird and wonderful world of its serpulid reefs and marine life at the Sea Life Centre in Barcaldine. A Loch Creran Guide can be downloaded from Argyll & Bute Council here.

Cycle Route 78 passes below our self catering lodge on the Loch Creran Loop. This route heads South to Oban and North towards Fort William with some work having been completed recently. This is also, of course, designed for walking.
Hill walks and cycle routes are also available at nearby Sutherlands Grove. There are small, quiet roads in the area that help to make a circular tour.


The area around Oban is rich with attraction for tourists, from the dramatic scenery of the coast and mountains to the fascinating histories of local castles and ancient religious sites.
The town is an important ferry port being the ‘Gateway to The Isles’ with ferries serving all of the Small Isles, Inner and Outer Hebrides.
Oban distillery, nestling beneath the steep cliff that overlooks Oban, is one of Scotland’s oldest sources of single malt Scotch whisky and is but a stone’s throw from the sea.
High over Oban is the distinctive McCaig’s Tower Built in 1897 by local banker John Stuart McCaig, the climb to the Tower is well worth the effort when faced with the spectacular views across Oban Bay to the Atlantic Islands.

Where we are.

Dallachulish is in a picturesque setting above the narrowest part of Loch Creran, with views up the Loch and Glen Creran towards the Ballachulish mountains. 

Dallachulish Lodge
PA37 1SQ

Email: bookings@dallachulish.co.uk


The Lodge by the Loch