Kingairloch, Scotland Overview
Glensanda was a Viking settlement at the mouth of Glen Sanda on the Morvern peninsula within south west Lochaber, overlooking the Isle of Lismore and Loch Linnhe in the western Highlands of Scotland.
Glensanda Castle overlooks the mouth of the Glensanda River which tumbles down 400 metres along its 5 mile course from ‘Caol Bheinn’ into Loch Linnhe. The castle was the main base of the Macleans of Kingairloch. since the 15th century, but the population fell from 500 to zero after 1812 when they emigrated to Pictou, Nova Scotia.
The remoteness of the Glensanda settlement is such that there are no road, rail, or marked footway links across the granite mountain, moor, heather and peat bog of the private Glensanda estate. The only practical access is by boat from the shores of Loch Linnhe.
Detailed Map of Kingairloch, Scotland
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The Electric Palace cinema, Harwich, is one of the oldest purpose-built cinemas to survive complete with its silent screen, original projection room and ornamental frontage still intact. It was designed by the architect Harold Ridley Hooper of Ipswich, Suffolk and opened on 29 November 1911.
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Scottish West Coastal Drive No1 - Kingairloch
A virtual trip down the B8043 from Lochuisge to Inversanda to join the A861, with views of Loch Linnhe. Background music is from the Old Blind Dog's album 'Legacy', (1995),one of my all time favourite CD's. 1st set of tunes; The £5 Flute/Donald McLennan's Exercise/what pain I have endured since last year, 2nd set; Malcolm Ferguson/Finbar Saunders, song: The Birkin Tree .
Kingairloch Film (Trailer).mov
"Kingairloch is a 14,000 Acre Highland Estate located on the Morvern Peninsula in an unspoilt area of beauty on the West Coast of Scotland lying on the banks of Loch Linnhe. Kingairloch offers an enviable location where the mountains meet the sea creating some of the most stunning landscapes, whatever the weather may bring.
Track to sea view cottage
Glorious day at Kingairloch
This video was taken in June 2011 looking across Loch Linnhe to the hills of Appin at low tide. Guests who stay in the self catering cottages Camus House and Elastic Cottage at Kingairloch have this fantastic view. At high tide, the loch comes right up to the bank in front of the cottages, about a stone's throw from the front door!
Otter swimming in Loch a'Choire, Kingairloch
In late April 2011 this otter was seen swimming and munching on breakfast in Loch a'Choire. Otters are only part of the rich wildlife seen at Kingairloch, there are many other species that live here.
Uploaded by ernietaggert on 2012-10-25.
Kingairloch route to sea view cottage
Drive via estuary
Estuary low tide route
River crossing- easier track route