Shielbridge Hall

Welcome to Shielbridge Hall in Acharacle

Acharacle is an attractive village built along the south-western shore of the seventeen-mile long Loch Shiel, one of Scotland's most historic and attractive lochs. The village is a centre for the whole area, with a wide range of amenities, and is a popular tourist destination.

The Shielbridge Hall, named after the ancient bridge over the River Shiel nearby, serves Acharacle and the wider communities of Ardnamurchan, Moidart and Sunart, providing a well-equipped venue for entertainment, exhibitions, cultural activities and training sessions.

Standing close to the banks of Loch Shiel, the Hall is also an excellent venue for family events such as weddings and parties. There is ample car-parking on both sides of the Hall, and we can apply for alcoholic licences.

The Hall has full disabled access, a fully-equipped kitchen, modern toilets, a PA system, seating for one hundred and thirty, and is fully-equipped with tables, crockery and cutlery. We have enough matching tables, chairs, crockery and cutlery for 100 people.

If  users of the hall find the gas cylinder is empty, please notify Richard Stead 431616 or John Dove 431615.

**Please note that there is a new entry system to Shielbridge Hall. All old keys can be discarded because that lock has been removed. Entry is now by means of coded key pad details of which can be obtained as necessary from John Dove 01967 431615 / click here to email.
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