DalmallyCopyright james denham

Information

County - Argyll | Map
Tel code: 01838 | code search
Postcode: PA33 | code search
Population: 330
Council: Argyll and Bute
Dalmally Jobs
Visitor reports
Birthplace of:
John Smith
Add your shop free

Dalmally Events

September
Dalmally Show
Add an Event

Latest reviews

St. Conan's Kirk
"I just love this church and have visited it on several occasions. Once you step inside the building it seems to envelop you with a tranquil peace. It represents so ..." More

Glenorchy Lodge Hotel
"Good Points: it was clean and friendly Bad Points: it was to quiet for us at that time of the year

Date visited: 2008-02-01 ..." More

Dalmally Reviews (2)

Best rates for a Local Hotel

Latest reviews | Events in Dalmally | 10 Places to Stay

Dalmally is a small village in the Strath of Orchy, Argyll and Bute in Scotland. The settlement is thought to have begun c1450 to serve the historic Kilchurn Castle, built by the first Lord of Glenorchy, Sir Colin Campbell. The castle ruins stand east of the village by Loch Awe. Dalmally is a popular tourist destination surrounded by lochs, rivers, mountains and beautiful scenery, there shops and amenities, hotel and holiday accommodation, places to eat and a railway station operating on the Glasgow to Oban line. There are nine walks leaving from Dalmally post-office to explore historic sites including the old ruined village and Paddys Point, the Duncan Ban Monument, the Old Military Road, the Parish Church and the 18th century Bridges, Kilchurn Castle and Cruachan lower slopes and St Conan’s Kirk and Glen Strae. Dallmally also lies on the long distance ‘Coast to Coast Walk’ from Oban to St. Andrews. The peaks of Beinn Lui stand in the east, Glen Kinglas Mountains are to the north and the seven tops of the Beinn Cruachan group are to the west. The five-star Cruachan Visitor Centre is housed in a man-made cavern inside Beinn Cruachan. Dalmally has its own Golf Course and Loch Awe has fishing for trout, perch and pike. There are steam-boat trips from Lochawe pier to Kilchurn Castle during the summer months.

Attraction

Kilchurn Castle

Church

St. Conan's Kirk

Doctor

The Surgery

Golf Club

Dalmally

Pub and Bar

The Tight Line

School

Dalmally Primary School

Shops

Dalmally Pharmacy
Lochawe Stores & Post Office
Glenview Store
Litewise
Braevallich Nursery

Places to Stay near Dalmally

map website

Glenorchy Lodge Hotel (0.06 miles)

Glenorchy Lodge Hotel

The Glenorchy Lodge Hotel is quickly becoming established as the newest couples retreat in the Highlands of Scotland. Tucked away in the heart of the picturesque village of Dalmally, the hotel is a perfect ... More | visit website

map book

Portsonachan Hotel (7.71 miles)

Portsonachan Hotel

More Information

Steeped in history, this idyllic location is an excellent resort from which to explore the surrounding countryside and its many attractions. The Clan Campbell stronghold of Kilchurn Castle stands at the ... More

map website

Taychreggan Hotel (7.76 miles)

Taychreggan Hotel

Taychreggan ...a romantic country house hotel embodying the true secret of Highland hospitality.
Magnificently positioned on its own bay on pretty Loch Awe, Taychreggan is small, tastefully appointed 300 year old inn where guests can enjoy ... More | visit website

map book

Collaig House B&B (8.53 miles)

Collaig House B&B

More Information

Luxury B&B accommadation set in one Argylls best locations, all rooms have loch veiws of Loch Awe, enjoy peace and tranquility, on the decking or garden terrace whilst enjoying the ... More

map book

Lichen Burn (9.36 miles)

Lichen Burn

Click for special and substantially discounted rates from Laterooms

Lichen Burn is a newly-built house, situated in beautiful Glen Nant on the edge of Taynuilt, 12 miles from Oban, the gateway to the Scottish ... More

map website

Taynuilt Hotel (10.00 miles)

Taynuilt Hotel

Once a historic Coaching Inn, Taynuilt Hotel is now a comfortable Highland Hotel. Situated at the heart of the picturesque village of Taynuilt, within easy reach of the fishing town of Oban, the Outdoor ... More | visit website

map book

Cairndow Stagecoach Inn (10.09 miles)

Cairndow Stagecoach Inn

More Information

Douglas and Catherine Fraser extend a warm welcome in the best traditions of Scottish hospitality, at one of the oldest coaching inns in the Highlands. The inn is delightfully situated just ... More

map book

Tyndrum Lodge (10.77 miles)

Tyndrum Lodge

More Information

This family-run hotel is situated amongst of some of the most stunning scenery in the UK, on the edge of one of the best hill walking areas in the Highlands. Ideally located ... More

map book

Bridge of Orchy Hotel (11.57 miles)

Bridge of Orchy Hotel

More Information

The Bridge of Orchy hotel sits on the A82 which is the main route to the Highlands and Islands of Scotland. The train station which is only minutes walk from the ... More

map website

Blarcreen House (12.02 miles)

Blarcreen House
Blarcreen House is an elegant granite-built Victorian mansion; which stands on the shores of Loch Etive in historical Ardchattan Estate. There has been a dwelling on this site for over four hundred years. The present establishment was built ... More | visit website

Brit Quote:
I think in terms of the day's resolutions, not the years'. - Henry Moore
More Quotes

On this day:
Death of Henry II - 1189, Thomas More is executed - 1535, Battle of Sedgemoor - 1685, First Car Ride in Britain - 1895, Brooklands Racing Circuit Opens - 1907, Lennon and McCartney First Meet - 1957, Piper Alpha Disaster - 1988
More dates from British history

click here to view all the British counties

County Pages