Who has not dreamt of the romantic West Coast of Scotland with its mountains and lochs, glens, forests and sheltered bays, where you can relax from the frustrations and troubles of the present day world.

In Argyll there is ..... 3.175 miles of Coastline, 60 Castles, 25 inhabited islands and 14 world class Distilleries.

Shenavallie Farm Bed and Breakfast is your ideal base to explore this beautiful area around Oban. Oban is the largest town on Argyll and the Isles and boasts the Seafood Capital of Scotland.

A warm welcome awaits you at Shenavallie, Elaine looks forward to having you stay in our purpose built home on the edge of our working farm. The farm itself and original farmhouse are just a mile from the B&B where we breed Highland cattle, beef cattle and North Country Cheviot ewes.

Guests are free to have a walk down by the shore where the Highland Cattle roam freely and explore the areas around the farm,but it can be wet/mucky so walking boots or wellies are recommended.

We could go into greater detail for there is so much to tell you about the beauty and history of this part of Scotland’s famous West Coast. Why not come and see for yourself – we will be delighted to be your hosts.

As a small B&B with no reception guests are asked to check in between 1630 and 1900 hours however if this is not suitable please contact me direct to arrange alternative arrangements.


Peaceful location for exploring Oban area

Lying on the outskirts of the village of Benderloch, our B&B is only a twenty minute drive from Oban and all the facilities there. Oban is known as the ‘seafood capital of Scotland‘ and rightly so with a selection of excellent restaurants serving locally caught shellfish and seafood. Oban is also well connected to the outlying islands and from here you can explore the islands of Mull, Iona, Staffa, Lismore, Kerrera and more.

Based at Shenavallie there are many beautiful and interesting places to visit. The Sea Life Centre,only  five miles away, provides a close-up view of local fish and other sea creatures and has proved to be a great place for children (some small species can be touched!) .

Further on, heading northwards past Castle Stalker is Appin, site of the infamous Appin murder which featured in Robert Louis Stevensons’s book “Kidnapped”,continue North yet, only about 30 mins. drive is the Pass of Glencoe, scene of the infamous massacre of 1692. There is an Information Centre here where the story of the Massacre is portrayed, but it also tells of the wildlife that abounds in the glen and surrounding mountains. It is difficult to stand here and not feel in awe of the majestic scenery.

An hour’s drive will take you to Glen Nevis and if you are fit for it, a climb up Ben Nevis – Britain’s highest mountain. An easier mountain climb is at Aonach Mhor but you may find the Gondola a bit easier. Aonach Mhor is one of Scotland’s finest ski areas and the Gondola station by the car park means that you don’t have to be very fit to enjoy the magnificent views whilst having a refreshment or meal in the bar and restaurant at the upper gondola station. Further north, but a longer drive is Loch Ness where you may encounter the legendary monster but are more likely to have the pleasure of the spectacular scenery.

Also within easy reach are Fort William,Mallaig Glencoe and Inveraray. The surrounding area offers a wide range of activities from gentle strolls along the loch sides to such sports as kayaking, mountain biking, orienteering and gliding at our local airport. With breathtaking scenery and varied wildlife just waiting to be spotted this really is perfect for nature lovers. If you have a particular interest, then let us know and we will endeavour to find out more for you.

Perfect for families, couples and friends

Our comfortable bed and breakfast accommodation caters for all, with ensuite double, twin and family rooms.We go that extra mile to make your holiday relaxing, enjoyable and one to remember. Relax at the end of the day in our spacious lounge with all the homely comforts you need.