Innish, Atlantic Bridge, Seil Island, Argyll
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From Oban take the A816 Lochgilphead / Campbeltown road for about 8 miles, then turn off to your right onto the B844 where it is clearly signposted to 'Atlantic Bridge', Isle of Seil then follow the road to Easdale and Luing for about five miles down to our door at Innish.


From Glasgow
take the A82 (or cross the Erskine Bridge) towards Dunbarton. Then north along the Bonny Banks of Loch Lomond to Tarbet where you have the choice of turning right to continue up to the top of Loch Lomond and round by Crianlarich and Tyndrum. There you turn left onto the A85 which takes you direct to Oban (journey time 2--3 hours).
Alternatively go straight on at Tarbet, on the A83, round the head of Loch Long, over the Rest and be Thankful (Glen Crow) to Loch Fyne and turning right through the arch at Inveraray, onto the A819 to Dalmally and (Oban) then left after 15 miles onto the A85 to Oban (Journey time about the same as other route. This is my favourite route and very scenic.)
From Edinburgh Take the M8 to Newbridge interchange then the M9 to Stirling where you turn off onto the A84 to Callander and follow it ( becomes A85) to Crianlarich then same as from Glasgow (Journey time about 3 hours)

Journey times are based on what I personally would expect to take from Innish, but you will probably want to stop off and do a bit more sight seeing on the way. All roads are well sign posted and as you probably have noticed, all roads lead to the ' Bridge over the Atlantic' from everywhere else in the country !!??

If using a satnav it is advisable to select main roads and follow the signs towards Oban. Otherwise you could be directed along single track roads which are beautiful, but best kept for exploring the area.

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