Azure skies sweeping behind a red-roofed croft nestled in bright foliage. Silhouetted islands dappled in the rays of an ochre sunset. Instantly recognisable, the art of John Lowrie Morrison is acclaimed around the world.
We can’t rest and we have nothing to be thankful for: Argyll traders call for solution to A83 closures that cost up to £60,000 a day
BAKERS, bar owners, and delivery drivers are standing united to demand one of Scotland’s most vital roads is reopened for business.
Lodge on Loch Lomond, Luss Book yourself a room with a view at this stunning hideaway. Tucked in at the quant village of Luss and overlooking the beautiful waters of Loch Lomond, The Lodge of Loch Lomond is a great base for exploring the central belt. Visit Scotland’s most romantic church and its fabulous grounds or take a boat out from the hotel’s own jetty.
Isle of Eriska, Argyll If you like to feel like the only person in a restaurant, try the eating establishment on this private 300-acre island out for size. Just north of Oban, the Isle of Eriska is a big house and grounds run by the Buchanan-Smith family since 1973. Recently refurbished, this traditional building has been transformed into a contemporary yet cosy hotel with an award-winning restaurant. It was awarded a Michelin Star in September for the third year running. The kitchen prides itself on using local produce. Menus typically consist of a fish from the surrounding waters, a meat dish from the island and a vegetarian alternative inspired by ingredients found in one of the gardens or larders close at hand. Even the salads, herbs and mushrooms come from the hotel’s grounds, and the jellies and chutneys are made from Eriska’s own berries. The renowned Farmhouse Cheese Trolley is one of Eriska’s hidden treasures. Diners can choose from 40 cheeses, including mulled cheddar, Lancashire bomb, Celtic promise, Fearn Abbey brie, and glazert to name but a few.