Birds, in particular, abound at Lerigoligan. From every window you can enjoy watching visiting garden birds and see passing sea and shore birds. Eider ducks, oyster catchers, and raptors, including sea eagles, are amongst those spotted!
The West Coast of Scotland provides beautiful scenery at every turn. From the door of Lerigoligan, you can take walks all over the Craignish Peninsula. From Ardfern Village you can cycle or walk a quiet, flat 3.5 miles to Craignish Point. There are maps and route plans available to borrow at the house.
Argyll is famous for its rhododendron gardens. One of the best examples is the National Trust for Scotland-run Arduaine Gardens, located 4 miles north of Ardfern. Situated on a steep promontory with wonderful sea-views, the Gardens are a pleasure to visit at any time of year. However, they are at their best April-June.
Boat trips leave locally and, if luck is with you, dolphins and whales can be spotted!