Tigh na Mara - bed and breakfast with sea views
Stag near the shore

Advice on the local wildlife and deer is available in-house.
There is a potted history and topical situation report on the Red deer of the peninsula, and verbal advice can be had from your host who worked in a professional capacity amongst these animals for 38 years.

Eagles can occasionally be spotted a mile down the road above the cliffs at Sand Beach.  Pine martens visit occasionally but are not encouraged!

For early risers in the right weather, otters are seen fairly often, as are seals, and occasionally basking sharks. Schools of dolphins and porpoises are often seen during calmer weather, cruising up or down the Sound, and during the evening you can hear grass hopper warblers and snipe.

There is a vast array of local flora and fauna as well as many birds to be spotted.  There are numerous warblers, twite, tits, thrush, skylark and dunnock among others.

For the shipping enthusiasts, various types of submarines and naval craft are often seen during their sea exercises.