The Isle of Seil is
reached by the lovely old Clachan Bridge dating from 1792 - one of the few
"bridges across the Atlantic". This is a very peaceful area, yet it is an
easy run to Oban, a popular tourist town offering good leisure facilities
as well as a choice of restaurants and trips to the islands by ferry. This
scenic corner of Scotland attracts walkers, ornithologists, wildlife
enthusiasts, photographers and artists. For family fun, there is a 9 hole
golf course nearby, and a putting green a couple of miles away.