Dalmally (meaning Pebbled Valley) is a small village located in Argyll and Bute along the Strath of Orchy just two miles from Loch Awe in Scotland. It boasts beautiful cottages and shops in and around the village. During spring season the place is full of crocuses, daffodils and narcissi making the village an oasis of colour after the darker tones of winter. The location is excellent for Oban and mid Argyll

The old church situated along the east side of Dalmally was built in 1800s it holds an octagonal tower which is unique feature of this ancient church. Enjoy the picturesque scenery along the Glen Orchy and Ben Cruachin.

Dalmally railway station has frequent trains connecting Glasgow and Oban The gorgeous and deserted highland village of Barr a Chasteilean which is accessible down a forest path and gives some sense of what a highland village might have been like before it was abandoned in 1948 (see more details here)

Local Sights & Activities for Dalmally

Sightseeing

Local Sights:

  • St Conans Well which might date to the 6th century and the time of St Columba and now beside the A85
  • Dalmally Bridge built in 1791

Dalmally Hotels & Accommodation

 

Dalmally Hotels and Accommodation

see our list of Dalmally Hotels here

One can find few hotels offering comfortable stay with all modern amenities. The highlands here make it perfect place for trekking, walking and exploring the natural beauties and local life.

 

Self Catering Cottages in Dalmally

 

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