Appin is on the West Coast of Scotland and is bounded on the west by Loch Linnhe, on the south by Loch Creran, in the east by the village of Benderloch and the area of Lorn, and finally in the north by Loch Leven which leads up to Fort William and the Great Glen.
It’s based in the county of Argyll and Bute which boasts some of the most spectacular scenery in Scotland.
The coast can be rugged but in our opinion, stunningly beautiful at the same time.
Inland there are awe inspiring mountains with the prominent being Beinn a’Bheithir and Creag Ghorm.
The main rivers are the Coe and the Laroch which flow into Loch Linnhe and the Duror and the Salachan that flow into Loch Leven.
Local villages that are closeby are Ballachulish and Duror in the north, Benderloch, Barcaldine and Connell in the south, which are on the route to Oban, about 17 miles away.