Craignish House, West Scottish Home, Photo, Scotland, Building by CameronWebster, Design Images

Craignish House, Argyll, west Scotland

New Argyll Property, western Scotland design by CameronWebster Architects, UK

3 Nov 2010

Craignish House Argyll, west Scotland

Date built: 2010

Design: CameronWebster Architects

Craignish House New Argyll Property

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New Argyll Property

Location: Craignish (Scottish Gaelic, Creiginis) is a peninsula in Argyll, western Scotland

Images: Keith Hunter

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Craignish (Scottish Gaelic, Creiginis) is a peninsula in Argyll, on the west coast of Scotland. It lies around 25 miles (40 km) south of Oban, and 20 miles (32 km) north of Lochgilphead.

The peninsula is around 5.5 miles (8.9 km) long, and is aligned along a north-east to south-west orientation, in common with much of the landform of coastal Argyll. To the south is Loch Craignish, which contains several small islands.

To the north are the Slate Islands, with the island of Shuna closest. Jura is only 3 miles (4.8 km) west of Craignish Point, the southern tip of Craignish.

Location: Craignish, Argyll coast, western Scotland

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