The area is full of possibilities. Here are just some.
Archaeology, History - Argyll has the highest concentration of prehistoric monuments in Scotland with standing stones, burial cairns and cup and ring marks all in evidence. Dunadd Fort is less than a mile from the house. Kilmartin House is an important centre of information from which to start an exploration.
Astronomy - low light pollution provides an excellent opportunity to star-gaze on a clear night from the house. The Milky Way is often visible.
Bird, wildlife and fauna watching - within a range of four miles, the surrounding terrain spans from hill to field to marshland to coast offering a variety of habitats within a concentrated area.
Cycling - the bike is an excellent way to explore Mid-Argyll. The roads are reasonably quiet and there are few steep hills. Local bike hire is available from Crinan Cycles in Ardrishaig - see Mid Argyll Cycle Club link for contact details and for information about mountain bike trails.
Fishing - sea-angling, pier and river fishing are all available locally.
Golf - courses at Lochgilphead, Tarbert, Carradale, Dunaverty and Machrihanish.
Horse-riding - centres at Ardfern, Inverary, Ardrishaig, Tarbet and Appin.
Sailing - Ardfern, Crinan, Tayvallich and Tarbert have sailing and watersport facilities.
Walking - the walking opportunities in Mid-Argyll cover relatively gentle terrain but a variety of landscapes.
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