Comraich, nestling in Mid Argyll in the West Highlands, is in an area of outstanding national nature reserves, abundant wildlife and stunning coastal landscapes. 


Stretching from the picturesque fishing village of Tarbert in the south to Loch Craignish in the north, over to Knapdale and Crinan in the west and to Inveraray and Loch Awe in the east.


With Kilmartin Glen in its midst, the Heart of Argyll boasts some of the most beautiful scenery in Europe.  


Discover Dalriada and the beavers in Knapdale, explore Scotland’s very own rainforest, an important site for otters and its Atlantic oak woodland.  


Kilmartin Glen has been lived in for thousands of years, gradually shaping the extraordinary landscape that we see today.  With more than 800 prehistoric and historic sites within six mile of the village ranging from stone circles and rock carvings to early Christian crosses and the fortress of the earliest Scottish Kings.  This astonishing concentration and diversity of ancient sites is celebrated at Kilmartin House Museum.


Within our own Kilmichael Glen there are standing stones and cup and ring carvings in the village of Kilmichael Glassary and ancient woodlands bordering our property.


For additional information about this area, please check out these websites:



The Singingheart (website of Suekali and Rajeswar)

Singing Heart Facebook Group

Singinging Heart Youtube

Rajeswar Youtube

Comraich Facebook page

Women Wild and Free


The Heart of Argyll  

Kilmartin House Museum  

Just 10 minutes away from Comraich, an award winning museum and cultural centre of Dalriada, the ancient Celtic Kingdom. 

Knapdale Beavers   

Knapdale Forest  

Scottish Wildlife Trust










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