Inveraray, Oban, Kintyre, Glencoe, Loch Awe, Loch Lomond, Appin, Islay - all the glories of Argyll are described in this book. From Dumbarton to Campletown and north to Loch Etive there is a great wealth of beauty unmatched in Scotland. It is a quiet and lonely land, a land still unspoiled, a land of history and legend, a land of unsurpassed glory. Tom Atkinson describes it all, writing with deep insight into the land he loves. There could be no better guide to its beauties and history. Once Atkinson has taken you there, these lands can never feel lonely.
Tom Atkinson founded Luath Press in Barr, Ayrshire. Tom has written extensively on his love of the Scottish landscape in our Luath Guides to Scotland series. He continues to write for Luath Press; most recently in Napiers History of Herbal Healing, the story of the successful Edinburgh-based herbalists, and the untold story of the RAF Servicing Commandos in Spectacles, Testicles, Fags and Matches.