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How to Get Here
By Road and Ferry
From the South, at Glasgow take the A82 to Crianlarich then Tyndrum and the A85 to Oban (Oban to Glasgow 92 miles, allow 2-3 hours).
From Edinburgh or Perth, aim for Stirling and take the A84 to Lochearnhead, then A85 via Crainlarich and Tyndrum to Oban.
From the North, at Fort William take the A82 to the Connel Bridge across Loch Etive, then A828 to Oban. This is a very nice route along the western seaboard. Alternatively, (coming from the North) take the beautiful route over the Corran Ferry onto the Ardnamurchan Peninsula and then left onto the A884 to Lochaline where a smaller CalMac ferry takes only 15 minutes to cross the Sound of Mull to Fishnish.
The island of Mull is accessed by ferry from Oban. Ferries run regularly throughout the summer with a more restricted timetable during the winter months and it is imperative to book in advance if you are planning to bring a car to the island. The ferry operator is Caledonian MacBrayne and they can be contacted on either 01631 566688 or 08705 650000.
The ferry journey takes approxmately 45 from Oban and it is advisable to be there at least 30 minutes prior to your scheduled sailing.
Once on the Island
Take the A849 to Salen, then turn left onto the B8035 at the Church. Follow this road for 3 miles then you will reach a junction with a telephone box and bus shelter, bear left at this junction.
Continue for half a mile where you will pass Drive Cottage, the second of two semi-detached cottages on the right hand side. Continuing along the road you will reach a small humpback bridge, the Riverside Cottages’ driveway is the first left after the bridge, Bridge Cottage is the first stone detached cottage after the bridge on the left and the Knock House driveway is the first right after the bridge.
For Dhiseig please continue on this road along the south side of Loch na Keal for another 4 miles where you will come to the well signposted driveway on the left. Dhiseig Cottage is found up this winding driveway.
There are many direct flight connections from London or other European cities to Edinburgh and Glasgow. From either city, both ScotRail (0345-484950) and Scottish Citylink (0990-505050) operate train and bus services respectively to Oban three times daily.
For those wishing to arrive at the estate by helicopter, charters can be arranged through PDG Helicopters on 01667 464 409.
There is a nine and a half hour train service from London to Oban. To arrive at Oban you can only travel from Glasgow Queen Street Station. The West Highland line is very picturesque and is a memorable way to enter the Highlands, which is probably one of the most scenic train journeys in the country.