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Welcome to Ardvullin!
Ardvullin is an attractive stone built house which dates from 1780, and is now used as a large holiday home and activity centre for disadvantaged children. It was originally built as a ghillie’s cottage but was extended between 1800 and 1860 into a much grander highland home which can now sleep up to 18 people.
The house enjoys a scenic and tranquil highland setting, surrounded by Loch Linnhe on three sides. It’s set back from the water’s edge protected by woodland and moorland behind, with gardens running down to a delightful inland loch. The house has an open outlook to the south west with spectacular views down Loch Linnhe towards Lismore and Mull.
Fort William is the main town in the area with a good range of shops and a railway station. The area is popular for hill walking and skiing.
Craig Dubh Mountaineering is now based from Ardvullin. This amazing location provides easy access to all of the favourite hills of Glen Coe and Lochaber, as well as providing an excellent base for those wishing to explore the tranquill and remote Ardgour hills. These hills provide a real wilderness challenge, and are a must for any adventure or solitude seeker! Give us a call to arrange a tailor made trip or skills course around this stunning area, and stay at the beautiful Ardvullin House for true ease of access and relaxation!
For full details on the facilities at Ardvullin and range of activities nearby, please click on the link below.
Ardvullin is used by the Children’s Charity HopScotch Monday-Friday from April to November but is available to book for weekends during those months.
Longer holidays can be booked between November and March – Ardvullin is perfect for a large family gathering at Christmas or New Year celebration with friends. Ardvullin sleeps 18 and costs £220 per night or £1,400 for a week. We also have a special rate for community groups of £170 per night. To hire Ardvullin for a week at New Year costs £1,750.
You can book directly on 0131 336 5554 or via the VisitScotland website