Calm water on Loch Sunart and golden evening light on the hills of Morvern from the shore at Rockpool House
Relaxing with a nice glass of bubbly from a room with a view at Rockpool House
A long exposure at sunrise captures the pink streaks of first light in the clouds as they roll in over Ben Resipole
The evening calm before the storm as clouds roll in from the west over Ardnamurchan
The dawn of a new day at Rockpool House as the sun rises from behind Ben Resipole
A glorious morning view across Loch Sunart to Morvern from Rockpool House
A west coast sunset from the beach at Ardtoe, a 15 minute drive from Rockpool House
A pink sunset over Rockpool House
Sunset with a clear sky and a only a few high clouds paints the blue sky above Rockpool House with fantastic pink hue
The beginning of the evening's blue hour over Loch Sunart at Rockpool House
Early morning light breaking above Creach Bheinn and the bay at Resipole Farm Campsite
The beginning of a stunning early Autumn sunset over Loch Sunart at Rockpool House
The peak of a stunning early Autumn sunset over Loch Sunart at Rockpool House
The moon splitting the clouds over Loch Sunart at Rockpool House
The dark skies here at Rockpool House mean that you can marvel at the Milky Way as it soars above Loch Sunart
The light from the dawn of an Autumn morning tints the sky and the water around Castle Tioram with a wonderful pink hue that really brings out the autumn colours in the bracken and the trees.
The moon turns a warm golden colour as it sets beyond the hills at the mouth of Loch Sunart
Ardery on Loch Sunart near Strontian, a great spot for a short walk, wildlife spotting and a picnic by the lochside
Ever changing light means that Loch Sunart has many moods
The shoreline around the bay at Ardery is a great place for a relaxing early morning wander
Walking the 3-mile trail by the River Strontian is a great way to appreciate Ariundle Oakwood, one of Scotland’s National Nature Reserves and a rare surviving fragment of the native oakwoods that once spread along the Atlantic coast
The intensity of the Autumn colours of the Ariundle Oakwood was really brought out by a recent showering of rain and the contrast against the dark of the moss-covered rocks of the Allt na Meinne (Stream of the Mine)
A long exposure captures the contrasting gold of the setting sun and the violet in dark storm clouds above Loch Sunart as they are reflected in the calm waters on an early winter's evening
The light from a spectacular early winter sunrise over the first of the Winter's snow paints the sky and Loch Sunart with shades of red
A cold winter's wind blows through the South Channel of Loch Moidart as the sun sets behind the hills beyond Castle Tioram.
A small day boat lies at its winter resting place on the shore of Loch Shiel, in an otherworldly scene created by a combination of the night sky and the mist rolling across the Loch.
The waters of Loch Linnhe and the hills of Ardnamurchan from the Nether Lochaber side of the Corran Narrows. Welcome to Ardnamurchan.
On a late November evening, the glow of distant Northern Lights in the sky well beyond the hills of Moidart casts shades of green on the waters of Loch Shiel.
On a typical West Coast day of many seasons, the sun breaks through the rain clouds to bathe the hills of Morvern in wonderful shafts of golden light.
The fishing pool on the River Shiel at Blain is often passed on the way for a walk at Castle Tioram. It is a beautiful spot not only during the day, but also at night when you can sit under a clear sky and look at the stars above and their reflection in the water.
The dark skies here in Ardnamurchan are amazing. You can marvel at the Milky Way from many spots, just like here at Castle Tioram.
One of our favourite views must be the one of Moidart as you drive over Egnaig Hill from Glenuig.
RELAX IN THE HEART OF THE WEST HIGHLAND PENINSULAS SUNART, MORVERN, MOIDART, ARDGOUR AND ARDNAMURCHAN WILD, UNSPOILT AND BEAUTIFUL