Other Activities & Events Nearby

North of Eriska

Glencoe

  • Ben Nevis Distillery Discover the secrets of Whisky distilling at the Distillery and Visitor Centre.
  • Kinlochleven - The ultimate day out in the Scottish Highlands at the UK's premier  adventure centre.
  • Fort William - Information about Fort William, Ben Nevis and Glen Nevis.
  • Aonach Mor/Ben Nevis- Mountain gondolas transport you up the slopes of Aonach Mor, near Ben Nevis.
  • Loch Ness - Learn about Loch Ness and the legendary Nessie!
  • Glen Coe - The mountain resort open all year round, including climbing, archery and hiking.
  • Ice Factor - Suitable for children, adventure & fun - rain or sunshine.
  • Rockhopper Sea Kayaking - Sea Kayaking adventures based in Fort William. 
  • Jacobite Train - Otherwise known as the "Hogwarts Express".    
  • Kinlochlaich Garden Centre - Historic Walled Garden, built by John Campbell circa 1790.
  • Vertical Descents - Extreme adrenalin activities along the Scottish coast line.
  • Highland Adventures - Guided hill walks and wilderness with loch fishing. 
  • Glencoe National Trust for Scotland - Internationally famous for its amazing landscape.
  • Dunvegan Castle - Dunvegan is the oldest continuously inhabited castle in Scotland and is found on Isle of Skye.
  • Eilean Donan Castle - One of the most iconic images of Scotland.
  • Glencoe Folk Museum - Discover the best of Scottish history!
  • Creagan Inn - Family & dog friendly restaurant and bar on Loch Creran offering great locally sourced food for all.
 


South of Eriska

Inveraray Castle

  • Inveraray Castle - Home of the Duke of Argyll, a great lesson in history.    
  • Inveraray Jail - A living museum and top Scottish visitor attraction.   
  • Crarae Gardens - A spectactular 50-acre woodland in a dramatic setting.   
  • Arduaine Gardens A garden paradise on the coast of the Sound of Jura. 
  • Chartoom II Bistro Home cooked bar meals next to Arduaine Gardens.
  • Oban Distillery - Mat Whisky Distillery Tour, a beautiful coastal destination. 
  • Oban War and Peace Museum - A fascinating collection of artefacts and photographs depicting the rich cultural history of the busy port town and its people.
  • Seafari Adventures - Seafari Adventures are Oban's 5* Visit Scotland marine wildlife tour operator. Based in Easdale, 16 miles south of Oban they have a fleet of powerful RIBs which are purpose designed and built to ensure you maximum viewing opportunities.
  • Kilmartin House Museum Internationally acclaimed archaeological museum devoted to Scotland’s richest prehistoric landscape. 
  • Easdale  Is a small island 16 miles south of Oban.
 


East of Eriska 

  • Bonawe Iron Works - The most complete charcoal-fuelled ironworks in Britain, founded in 1753.
  • Cruachan Power Station - Lying deep within Ben Cruachan, one of the country's most amazing engineering achievements.
  • Glen Orchy - A beautiful valley in which the River Orchy runs between Bridge of Orchy and Dalmally.
  • Inverawe Smokehouse  -  A Scottish family business with free walks, picnic areas and wildlife sanctuary.
  • Loch Visions Photography School - An award-winning one day experience with wildlife and digital photography. 
 


West of Eriska

Tiree

  • Mull - A stunning island with over 300 miles of dramatic scenic coastline
  • Mull Wildlife Tours - Guided intimate tours of the beautiful Isle of Mull exploring it's wildlife and landscape.
  • Duart Castle - The ancestral home of the Clan Maclean on the Isle of Mull
  • Balamory - Tobermory, with its colourful waterfront, was chosen by the BBC as the location of the popular television series, Balamory.
  • Iona - The Iona Community is a dispersed Christian ecumenical community.
  • Staffa Trips - Daily trips to Staffa, Fingal's Cave and Iona.
  • Sealife and Wildlife Tours - Tours can be joined from Mull and Oban and run from Ulva Ferry on Mull to Staffa, The Treshnish Isles and Iona.
  • Kerrera Ferry - Take a short trip over to the island of Kerrera.  
  • Isle of Tiree  - Is a small western island, which has a mild climate with some of the highest levels of sunshine recorded anywhere in the British Isles.