Business Directory

Local Business Directory

The aim is to have all the local business information here so we can ALL  support our local economy as much as possible.

please bear with us as we put this directory together, the categories and lists will take some time to sort out, shout if you want any changes, meantime.

Please email your basic details, with so many businesses it is not possible for us to harvest what we think you might want included from websites or local knowledge.

To keep this all free, you have to make it as simple as possible for us please !

So we need name, business, address, postcode, phone, email, website, link to an online image if you have one, or send one if not, and any information about the products and services you provide. These can include things that are not on your normal “professional” card, but could be available to local people only. Keep it simple, remembering to use words for products and services that folks are likely to use when searching, as well as just what people will browse for.

If you want to add special offers for locals, or let people know about new products or services, you can update your entry or simply provide the newsletter with an news piece, any time.

The Ardchattan Observer is a constantly updated service, with, hopefully, news, prose, poetry, photography, events, issues and whats going on, being added all the time. The idea is to give us all somewhere to go to air our views, to share our news, and to simply find out what is happening here. Having your news, and information here, will help the local population find your services, and your local Community Council fight for your needs. As the site is also fully searchable by the likes of google, having your information and news here will only boost your own website presence.

If you would like to have an enhanced entry, with the ability to update your own information regularly, special offers, news, and images etc, please contact the Observer.


Food and drink : producers, retail, wholesale, eating out, pubs

  • LORN Producers Market
  • Isle of Eriska Hotel
  • Ben Lora Cafe
  • Dalrannoch tea room
  • Hawthorn Restaurant
  • Tralee Takeaway
  • Kintaline Farm
  • Shian Fisheries
  • Scottish Seafarms
  • Caledonia Oysters
  • LochNell Arms Hotel
  • Munro’s Supermarket
  • Argyll Pork Producers

Farmers and Agricultural Services

  • Barcaldine Home Farm – McGillvray
  • Dalrannoch – Sims
  • Barcaldine Mill – MacPherson
  • Achinrier – Whittome
  • Rhugarbh – Campbell
  • Ferlochan –
  • Culcharran – Hodge, McLean
  • Balure – Hogg
  • Shenavallie – Buchanan
  • Lochnell – Dundonald
  • Kintaline – Bowis
  • Dalvuie – Bonniwell
  • Achnacree – Campbell
  • Achnaba – Buchanan
  • Ardchattan – Troughton
  • Ardachy – MacDonald
  • Inion – Cameron
  • Blarcreen
  • Forestry Commission
  • Argyll Pork Producers

Arts and Crafts, and Skills

  • Mairi Stones
  • Argyll Pottery
  • Phoenix Fabrics
  • Argyll Stoneworks

Pets : services and equipment

Manufacturing & Engineering etc

  • Backwoodsman
  • Burnside Joinery
  • Beaver Timber
  • Norman Asher
  • Keil Engine Services
  • FLIT – vehicle repair
  • Inveresregan Hydro


Marine services

  • Aquascot Sea Farms
  • Barcaldine Marine
  • Creran Moorings, boat storage
  • Cyrus Fuel Treatments Ltd
  • Fish ‘n Trips
  • Fusion Marine
  • Integrin
  • Marine Resource Centre
  • Owen Sails
  • Scottish Seafarms
  • TSMV Gannet

Business Services


  • Ledaig Motors


  • ALI energy
  • Foster Yeoman
  • D & J Campbell – haulage
  • TSL contactors
  • Ennstone Thistle
  • Kirsop & McLeod – builders
  • Iain A MacDonald – architect
  • Quantum 2000 – enginneering
  • Shauna Cameron – architect

Therapies, health, life coaching, and support

Visitor  Attractions

  • Ardchattan Priory
  • Tralee Segway
  • Sealife Centre

Photography and Publishing

  • Mor Media
  • Creran Publishing
  • Clark Publishing
  • Riverside Publishing
  • Anglesea Software
  • Making It Happen
  • Denis Hardley – photographer
  • John MacTavish – photographer
  • Seevis
  • Blue Fish Designs
  • Richard Childs
  • Lorn Landscape Art
  • Lynn of Lorne
  • Fort Spence Court

2 Responses

  1. Mairi Stones - December 9, 2009

    How about an Art and Crafts category in the business directory and can you include me please:

    Mairi Stones
    Felt Art, Craft and Courses.

  2. editor - December 10, 2009

    Thanks Mairi
    I hadn’t got back to the list again yet.
    I have just done more now, and if you can use the contact page to give me your details we can create a page for you.

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