: Glasgow Airport
: Connel Ferry
: Isle of Eriska Hotel
: Hawthorn Restaurant, ( Michelin Bib Gourmand)
Visit some of the Inner Hebrides as seen on BBC Hebrides, Islands on the Edge, to view the wonderful wildlife. Boat trips leave from Oban or take the small plane from Connel Airport, 10 minutes from Seabank) to Coll, Tiree, Colonsay or Islay.
There are opportunities for most outdoor activities, both on and off the water in the area.
There is a new Sustrans cycle track from Oban to Ballachulish Bridge and from Seabank it is easy to join sections of this walking and cycling route. The forests also have way-marked cycle paths for mountain bikes. Downhill biking course is at Nevis Range, Fort William.
Seabank is an easily accessible base for those wishing to explore the region or a secluded retreat from which to enjoy the ever changing views of mountains and loch.
Sea Kayaking is increasingly popular in this area with many places offering courses from beginner to expert. The sea loch in front of Seabank is ideal for launching kayaks and canoes.
Boat trips to the Inner and Outer Hebrides are available from Oban. Wildlife is in abundance and guests have enjoyed going on the whale watching trips from Mull. Dolphins, minke whales and basking sharks are spotted regularly from the boat tours going to the island of Staffa. BBC 'Hebrides' Islands on the Edge, showcases these islands and all are easily accessible from Seabank.
There are various castles to visit in the area. Barcaldine Castle is our next door neighbour, and Dunstaffnage Castle is closer to Oban. Duart Castle on the island of Mull and Inveraray Castle add to the choice of castles to visit.
Oban has a whisky distillery and visitors centre.
Please visit my web site for more ideas of things to see and do in the region www.oban-selfcatering.co.uk