The Sunart Centre offers state-of-the-art conference facilities. It is an ideal venue for those who need meeting facilities with a relaxed atmosphere, with comprehensive equipment, comfortable accommodation set amid inspiring scenery, and with a wide range of extracurricular activities.
180 seat auditorium with retractable raked seating, a high resolution LCD projector for DVD, video or PowerPoint presentation with large cinema screen and surround sound, a PA system, stage lighting and curtains.
- Numerous smaller rooms that can be adapted to meet any requirement
- ICT facilities, including computers and Video Conferencing facilities
- Technical and Arts & Crafts rooms that may be used for practical workshops
- 15 bed hostel
- Fitness Suite, Sports Hall, All-Weather Football Pitch, Cinema and Library
Things To See And Do
The surrounding area offers ample opportunity for mountain walks, fishing, deerstalking and bird watching. Local attractions include boat cruises on historic Loch Shiel, ruined castles steeped in history and the newly restored Sunart Oakwoods. The area is rich in craft and coffee shops, welcoming hotels and renowned traditional music venues. A relaxed hour's drive will take you to Britain's most westerly point, Ardnamurchan Point, or its highest mountain, Ben Nevis.
Where To Stay
The Centre has its own hostel accommodation with 4 twin and 7 single rooms, all en-suite, with a spacious community room with kitchen facilities suitable for breakfasts and light lunches. Evening meals can be arranged on site. There is also a wide range of high quality hotels, guest houses, bed & breakfast and self catering accommodation in the area. Wherever you stay, the quiet roads, warm hospitality and breathtaking scenery will make this venue one to remember.
We are happy to help you find the accommodation that best suits your needs, and are happy to provide details of all local accommodation providers. Alternatively, visit www.ardnamurchan.com .
How To Get Here
From central Scotland take the A82 to Fort William. Four miles after crossing the Ballachullish Bridge, and 8 miles before Fort William, follow the signs for the Corran ferry. A five minute ferry crossing (that runs every half hour) will take you to Ardgour, and fifteen miles of relaxed driving will then get you to Strontian.
From Inverness or Fort William, follow the A82 south to Glasgow for 8 miles before taking the Corran Ferry as above. Check the Corran Ferry website for more details.
See also our Location page for a map showing hot to get here.
To book your event into this very special centre or if you wish more information on what The Sunart Centre has to offer please contact the Centre Development Co-Ordinator.