Booking activities before your arrival to Kingairloch Estate is highly recommended (at all times of year) to avoid any disappointment.
Please contact all activity providers directly for information on current opening hours and available activities relevant to your intended travel dates as these are subject to change.
We have 7km of circular tracks throughout Kingairloch. They are steep and challenging, but it is worth it to see the scenery and wildlife. Guests and visitors are more than welcome to use these paths at all times throughout the year.Find out more
This most traditional Highland sporting activity has been enjoyed by people of all ages and backgrounds at Kingairloch for over 150 years. Today we manage the wild red deer population through selective culling to conserve and promote a healthy stable population and protect the natural habitat at Kingairloch.Find out more
Aptly named after the Queen of Spirits in Gaelic legend, these pioneers in sustainable production and experimental spirits offer visitors a unique experience!Find out more
A botanical garden and hidden gem on the shores of Loch Aline. Situated on a rocky hillside next to Ardtornish House, explore a network of paths amidst widespread planting of native and exotic species, with over 200 species of rhododendrons alone!Find out more
This unique octagonal historic Walled Garden was built circa 1790 which a large selection of plants for sale in The Garden Plant Centre located within the garden itself. Seasonal opening times may vary.Find out more
A cosy 6 acre garden and grounds selling a variety of perennials and shrubs suitable for the demanding coastal and highland climate in the west coast of Scotland. Seasonal opening times may vary.Find out more
Steven is a landscape photographer who is based on the Peninsula and offers photographic tuition to beginners and intermediates alike. Get in touch with Steven to arrange a bespoke 1-to-1 tuition session.Find out more
Enjoy guided forest bathing activities by certified guide Hugh Asher and his team. Explore this health promoting practice to harness the healing and restorative powers of nature.Find out more
Unique hand-crafted leather from Master Craftsman Slim Ross with leather and carving courses available to both beginners and professionals alike.Find out more
Gallery and Studio by Scottish wildlife and landscape artist Alan B Hayman with a large and varied range of original paintings and limited-edition prints showcasing a lifelong love of Scotland.Find out more
Steven is a landscape photographer who specialises in capturing the landscape, seascape and nightscape images of the Peninsula. His studio showcases his work with a variety of prints and gifts for sale.Find out more
Showcasing an exciting variety of contemporary art with regularly changing exhibitions, painting workshops and demonstrations days available. Seasonal opening times may vary.Find out more
This catch and release aquarium offers a seasonal display of local marine life and an events program covering feeding displays, craft activities and even touchpool sessions this makes for a perfect family day out. Open spring to autumn.Find out more
Expert guides offering seatrekking, coasteering and snorkelling trips in the coastal environments of the Scottish Highlands. All equipment is provided. Closed during the winter months.Find out more
Offering guided kayaking, canoeing, cycling and paddle boarding adventures that educate, inform and inspire. All equipment is provided, and Otter Adventures can come direct to Kingairloch Estate.Find out more
Enjoy a variety of swimming experiences in and around Strontian to include open water coaching, guided swims and taster sessions for beginners or improvers. Wetsuit hire available.Find out more
Private covered and comfortable boat charters exploring rugged coastline while viewing Scottish wildlife from harbour seals to minke whales, porpoise, otters and coastal bird life of every variety! Collection and return from Kingairloch available on request.Find out more
Imagine beginning your day with a grounding yoga class or enjoying a deep tissue massage after a full day of hillwalking. Explore our list of instructors and therapists below to add a unique experience to your holiday.Find out more
World class and award-winning golf is available amid spectacular scenery and all within an easy day trip for guests staying at Kingairloch.
Discover the diverse range of courses available to enjoy.Find out more
Christmas in Kingairloch: We decided to do something different this year and we stayed in Curlew Cottage, on the estate.
It was a beautiful location with wonderful scenery from every window of the cottage.
We saw a fair bit of wildlife, even at that time of year, but really enjoyed the 'garden visitor' on our last morning.
There was the most beautiful, calm stag having his breakfast in the garden. I even ventured outside to get clearer photos and he seemed totally unaware of my existence (although I'm sure he wasn't)!
The cottages were recommended to me by a very good friend and I would have no hesitation at passing this recommendation on.
– Guest of Curlew Cottage, December 2022