Fishing in the glen is by permit and Lagganmore House has a permit for guests use- conditions apply and guests must supply their own rods/equipment.
Hire of a boat to take out on Loch Scammadale can be arrange by contacting Neil or Hazel at Scammadale Farm directly. Boat hire is £10 per day.
There are three courses close by a 9 hole golf course at Balvicar (6 miles) an 18 hole course at Oban (9 miles) and a 9 hole course in the village of Taynuilt (24.8 miles).
The local area of Argyll has a variety of different restaurants to cater for all tastes. The main cuisine has to be seafood and nowhere better to get this is in Oban the self proclaimed Seafood Capital of Scotland where local fishing boats bring in fresh catches on a daily basis.
Argyll has a number of attractions from Mesolithic standing stones where the Picts and Celts would carry out their ancient rites to medieval castles once home to the clan leaders of Scotland. If your looking for something more modern then why not take a trip to the Scottish Sea-life Sanctuary or visit the local Oban Distillery and sample a dram or two!
Or you could always visit the most famous landmark of all… McCaig’s Tower, a massive stone Colosseum overlooking Oban harbour. Half constructed in the late nineteenth century by architect and local businessman John Stuart McCaig as a lasting monument to his family. Sadly his death in 1902 brought a halt to all building works leaving the magnificent but unfinished Romanesque structure you see today.