The Scottish Highland crofting village of Acharacle, is situated in a stunning but little-known part of the Scottish Highlands.
It is in the middle of an area bounded by Loch Moidart and Loch Ailort, Loch Shiel, Loch Sunart, and Ardnamurchan, and the Sound of Arisaig and the Small Isles; also within easy day-trip distance of the Isle of Mull.
Burnside is located in the heart of the village; a luxuriously-appointed bed and breakfast, set in beautiful gardens, on the banks of the lovely and historic Loch Shiel.
Burnside B and B has just one en-suite guest room for our visitors, ensuring your privacy during your stay.
Guests also benefit from their own private lounge, complete with TV.
Ideal for exploring the beautiful Ardnamuchan Peninsula.
Close to a variety of restaurants, cafes, and shops.
Disabled Facilities: There are no disabled facilities.
Pet Facilities: Pets are allowed. Only by prior arrangement
Special Diets Provision: Special diets are catered for. We will attempt to cater for any dietary requirements if notified in advance.
Smoking Facilities: Smoking is not allowed.
From the South (Glasgow, Oban or Stirling):
Take to A82 from Crianlarich, or the A828 from Oban.
At Ballachulish go north on the A82 towards Fort William.
Just beyond Onich, take the Corran Ferry to Ardgour, turning left as you leave the ferry on to the A861.
Follow this road all the way to Acharacle. Pass the village shop (on your left) and Burnside is clearly signposted on the right as the road bends left. From the North (Inverness, Fort William or Skye)
Take the A830 from Fort William or Mallaig and go to Lochailort. Turn (left from Fort William, right from Mallaig) on to the A861 and follow this road to Acharacle.
Pass a turning on the right (McNaughton Crescent) - Burnside is clearly signposted on the left on a right-hand bend. If you get as far as the village shop. you've gone too far.