Meall mo Chridhe, a restaurant with rooms - it's the orange building at bottom right.
From there, a path leads up hill past St Comghan's church - at bottom left. Parts of this structure make it the oldest stone building on western Ardnamurchan, the east and west gables being dated to the 12th century.
The glebe wasn't only used by the minister for grazing. Areas of richer soil show the linear ridges of the rig and furrow workings where he grew his crops.
Walking northwest leads to the track up to the water works, which can then be followed back to the Sanna road, where one passes the first of Hughie's pig herds.