Lagnaha Farm



Lagnaha Farm is now a small 30 acre holding with self-catering cottages. The farm is predominantly grazing grassland with areas of young deciduous woodland. Horses and sheep live here alongside an extensive variety of fauna and flora. In the fruit and vegetable garden, we grow seasonal produce along with different species of trees and various types of willow for weaving.


Lagnaha View

To the East, Duror Forest is a backdrop to Lagnaha with safe access to miles of forest roads, tracks and paths. There is good access from the farm for walks and biking through the forest to Ballachulish Village or to Glen Etive, with safe return trips by foot or bike along the coastal section of the Caledonia Way.

Lagnaha is on the Caledonia Way, Oban to Fort William Sustrans National Cycle track 78 (34 miles). The cycle track takes you north on an easy ride or walk up to Kentallen Hill viewpoint and a little further on to the Hollytree Hotel. Going south in 15 mins by bike you can reach Cuil Bay with its lovely bays and shingle and sand beach.

The beautiful Beinn a'Bheithir mountain ridge has two Munros, Sgorr Dhonuill and Sgorr Dhearg, which sit behind Lagnaha and are accessible on foot from the farm (long walk), or from nearby Ballachulish.

For a shorter walk with magnificent views to Ben Nevis and to Mull, Ardsheal Hill to the west beckons.  The trail starts 50 metres from Lagnaha, just behind the village hall.

Shepherd’s Bothy and Stable Bothy - our self-catering cottages - are well-equipped, warm and comfortable.

We are immediately across the road from the Kentallen and Duror Community hall, where there are play facilities for children, a grass football pitch, plus a garden and barbeque area.